Club News

December 5th – Koko Marina Center Candy Cane Lane

Once again, due to COVID restrictions, Santa was unable to participate in our annual Hawaii Kai Holiday Parade.  However, our parade partner, Koko Marina Center, came to the rescue and promoted a fun-filled Candy Cane Lane Drive Thru. Santa’s elves were recruited from the Hawaii Kai Lions Club and Kai Point Baptist Church.  Vehicles with… Read more December 5th – Koko Marina Center Candy Cane Lane

November 22nd – Hawaii Kai Lions Survey Sidewalks for Safety Hazards

From October 24 to November 16, 2021, 13 Lions and 2 CIS surveyed the Hawaii Kai communities of Kuliouou, Hahaione Valley, Kai Nui, Anchorage, Mariner’s Ridge, Portlock, Koko Head Terrace, Mariner’s Cove, and Kalama Valley for unsafe sidewalk conditions.  Close to 675 hazardous sites were recorded after 47 hours of walking the sidewalks and estimated… Read more November 22nd – Hawaii Kai Lions Survey Sidewalks for Safety Hazards

November 20TH – Kamiloiki Elementary School Picnic Tables-Benches Project

Students at Kamiloiki Elementary School will now enjoy the use of eight bright new, sturdily built picnic tables-benches in their courtyard.  This joint collaboration between the Hawaii Kai Lions and Kamiloiki School included the funding of $2,000 from the school and the expertise and manpower of our Lions in designing, building, and painting the tables. … Read more November 20TH – Kamiloiki Elementary School Picnic Tables-Benches Project

October 7th – Koko Head Elementary School – traffic awareness sign waving event

The Honolulu Police Department works hard to keep our community safe and has brought awareness to traffic safety around schools.  Earlier this fall, HPD and the Hawaii Kai Lions held signs meant to encourage safe driving around Hahaione and Kamiloiki Elementary Schools.  On October 7, 2021, Lions Ellsworth Fujii, Marty Jorgensen, Bill Kern, Eric Kimura,… Read more October 7th – Koko Head Elementary School – traffic awareness sign waving event

September 30th – Recycling with the Friends of Koko Head

The two HI-5 recycle cages at Koko Head Elementary School were filled nearly to the top and required sorting in order to turn the bottles and cans into cash.  Joining Koko Head Elementary School parents, faculty and staff, and students on the morning of September 30, 2021, were Hawaii Kai Lions Ellsworth Fujii, Appan Subramanian,… Read more September 30th – Recycling with the Friends of Koko Head

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