Club News

August 3rd – Hahaione Elementary School Front Office Renovation Project

On August 2nd Hahaione Elementary School students, parents, teachers, and staff returned to their familiar school, only to be greeted by a brand-new, ultra-functional front office that was professionally done thanks to the partnership of the Hahaione PTSA, the Hawaii Kai Lions Club, Quality Carpentry and Painting, LLC, and In Line Flooring, Inc. It was… Read more August 3rd – Hahaione Elementary School Front Office Renovation Project

June 11th – Hawaii Kai Lions Patch Sidewalk Cracks on Pepeekeo Street

On June 11, 2022, nine Hawaii Kai Lions and one CIS met at Hahaione Elementary School to repair the sidewalk cracks on Pepeekeo Street surrounding the school.  This project was a reschedule from April 16, 2022, which was cancelled due to rain.  Scott Goto, from the City’s Division of Road Maintenance’s Malama O Ka Aina… Read more June 11th – Hawaii Kai Lions Patch Sidewalk Cracks on Pepeekeo Street

May 24th – Sorting HI-5 bottles and cans at Koko Head Elementary School

Glass bottles.  Plastic bottles.  Aluminum cans.  Non-recyclables and trash.  That’s what students, parents, and Hawaii Kai Lions Cynthia Chun, Yolisa Ishibashi, Walter Kuroiwa, Appan Subramanian, and Frances Lum and guest Lori Isaki sorted through on May 24, 2022 at Koko Head Elementary School.  The school has two large cages for the collection of HI-5 recyclables,… Read more May 24th – Sorting HI-5 bottles and cans at Koko Head Elementary School

May 13th – Keiki Karnival at Koko Head Elementary School

Koko Head Elementary School held its Keiki Karnival on Friday, May 13, 2022.  Despite all the superstitions about Friday the 13th, it was, in fact, a lucky day for about 350 students and their siblings.  Keiki Karnival had games to play, toys to buy at very reasonable prices, food and snacks to partake, tattoos, balloon… Read more May 13th – Keiki Karnival at Koko Head Elementary School

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

April 9th – Easter Eggstravaganza

After a 2 year interruption due to COVID-19, the annual Easter Eggstravaganza was held at Koko Head District Park complex on Saturday, April 9.  Lions Jeanne Alices, Reiko Caires, Cynthia Chun, Alvin Hayashibara, Frances Lum Ken Nishibun, and Ellsworth Fujii assisted with registration.  This year, the parents had to register their children and it was… Read more April 9th – Easter Eggstravaganza

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