Lions tackle special project

East Hawaii Lions joined with the North American Japanese Garden Association regional and Friends of Lili`uokalani Gardens to create a new stone viewing area 2017-2018. Lions Clubs return to the area for regular maintenance and improvement projects.

In July, Winston Towata and Clyde Yoshida tended the white stone stream at the Lions Legacy Project

Cleaning and weeding of the area will take place under the leadership of Crescent City Lions on Saturday, October 10.

Later in July 2020, Lions replaced the roof on a small shelter in the Lions Legacy Project area

Volunteer efforts during a public health crisis require protocols to be followed. Masks must be worn. Physical distance should be observed. Pre-registration is necessary as the size of any one group is limited to 10 people.

Bring your own tools and water bottle. Hand sanitizer will be provided.

For registration, contact

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2 thoughts on “Lions tackle special project

  1. Paula Wasson

    I would like to participate in the Oct 10th project.

    • Dear Paula,
      Thank you for your offer of help. Please wear a mask and be prepared to observe physical distancing. Please bring your own garden tools and a water bottle.
      I will join you on Saturday morning. We all meet at the southern corner of the garden where the big shade trees are diagonally across the street from Suisan Fish Market. Trash bags and a bento lunch will be provided.
      I look forward to seeing you again.
      K.T. Cannon-Eger

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