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September 20th – mini voice amplifiers to Koko Head Elementary School

Can you hear me now? That has been the challenge for the Koko Head Elementary School teachers and students because of masks.  Voices are muffled and vocal chords have been strained.  To help alleviate the problem, the Hawaii Kai Lions donated ten portable mini voice amplifiers with a microphone headset.  Teachers will be able to… Read more September 20th – mini voice amplifiers to Koko Head Elementary School

September 1st – Kamilo’iki School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

On September 1, 2021, nine Lions met with HPD Officer John Mau at Kamilo’iki Elementary School at 7:15 a.m. to participate in traffic awareness sign waving before the start of the school day.  They were joined by HPD Officer Kaimi Kellett, Principal Jason Yoshimoto, and five student council members.  Some messages on the signs included… Read more September 1st – Kamilo’iki School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

August 25th – Yoga Mats for Koko Head Elementary School

When Koko Head Elementary School learned that the Hawaii Kai Lions Club had some funds that could be used to purchase needed supplies and equipment, Principal Jeffrey Shitaoka asked for thirty yoga mats.  Yoga is a practice that can help improve both the mind and body, and it is integrated into Koko Head Elementary School’s… Read more August 25th – Yoga Mats for Koko Head Elementary School

August 12th – Haha’ione School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

The Community Policing Team of District 7 East Honolulu led by Corporal John Mau, once again asked the Hawaii Kai Lions for assistance in promoting safe and responsible driving around our schools. We are proud to say that this sign waving project has been a successful joint effort at our Hawaii Kai schools for many… Read more August 12th – Haha’ione School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

August 1st – Kaiser High School Office Front Counter Remodeling Project

Another successful joint project with Kaiser High School PTSA produces another amazing result!  With $1,700 in hand from the PTSA, contractor Lion Eric Kvick and his minions once again worked their magic in completely remodeling the Kaiser administration front office counter.  Dated from the 60’s, looking drab and worn, the 25-foot counter will now welcome… Read more August 1st – Kaiser High School Office Front Counter Remodeling Project

July 18 – Hale Ike Ola o Maunalua (Pohaku Workday) Project

Submitted by Thomas Ono Brave and strong Hawaii Kai Lions volunteered to collect and relocate 1,000 pohaku (stone) from Kamilo Valley to the new Keawawa Wetland Hale (home). More than 1,000 pohaku were hand-picked with aloha in a matter of a couple hours,  loaded into buckets and trucked to the Hale. Kumu Francis Sineci with… Read more July 18 – Hale Ike Ola o Maunalua (Pohaku Workday) Project