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Photos: Monroeville Senior Center Hawaiian Halloween Party

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Tuika Polynesian Island Magic and the Samoon Fire Dancers added spark and excitment to the event.
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Tuika Polynesian Productions and the Samoon Fire Dancers added spark and excitement to the event. Shiva Roka wows the audience with his fire dance.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Turka Faumuina Jr. thrills the audience with his dance using fire spears.
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Cindy Faumuina teaches guests a simple hula dance, explaining the importance of the hand movements.
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Joanne Kern (dressed as a Happy Witch) enjoys a hot Hawaiian Ham sandwich from the buffet.

Monroeville Senior Center went Hawaiian for its annual Halloween Party this year. Island decor, spooky costumes and island cuisine transformed the MSC into a creepy Hawaiian luau on Wednesday, October 30.

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