Club News

April 16th – Hawaii Kai Lions Trained on Sidewalk Repairs

On April 16, 2022, seven Hawaii Kai Lions met at Hahaione Elementary School to repair the sidewalk cracks on Pepeekeo Street surrounding the school.  Scott Goto, from the City’s Division of Road Maintenance’s Malama O Ka Aina (MOKA) community volunteer program, as well as Lions’ Safe Sidewalk Coordinator Jerry Nagatani, were also present.  Scott demonstrated… Read more April 16th – Hawaii Kai Lions Trained on Sidewalk Repairs

March 29th – Kamiloiki Elementary School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

On March 29, 2022, eight Lions participated in the traffic awareness sign waving event coordinated by HPD Officer John Mau at Kamiloiki Elementary School from 7:15 a.m. to 8:15 a.m.  There were also two additional HPD officers, six Kamiloiki School students, and three City & County Department of Transportation Services employees joining in this activity.… Read more March 29th – Kamiloiki Elementary School Traffic Awareness Sign Waving Project

February 3rd – Sorting of HI-5 at Koko Head Elementary School

HI-5 bottles and cans were sorted at Koko Head Elementary School by five Hawaii Kai Lions along with parents, Principal Jeffrey Shitaoka, and third graders on February 3, 2022.  It was the most fun when the students came to help as they brought a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Throughout the year, people donate bottles… Read more February 3rd – Sorting of HI-5 at Koko Head Elementary School

January 16th – Eyeglass Cleaning Project

The Lions and the Leo Clubs in Hawaii participate in the world’s largest collection of used eyeglasses to help those in need improve their vision. Throughout the year, several Hawaii Kai Lion members picked up used eyeglasses from various businesses that collected them from their customers who dropped off used prescription and nonprescription glasses, sunglasses and hearing aids. Clean used… Read more January 16th – Eyeglass Cleaning Project