Updated: Jun 30, 2021
A BIG MAHALO to all of you who had a part in our successful 12th Annual Kewalo Basin Park Clean up/Fundraiser. On this perfect Saturday, we had a terrific turnout again with 200+ people working hard to “give back” to our beloved park. We collected about 400 bags of trash. It was a sight to see all the people working together “E Hana Kākou” dancing to the song of “Working on the Chain Gang” to Human Chain the bags to the roll off bin.
Uncle George Downing was smiling from heaven seeing the “Power of the People” in action. At the closing as we held our hands in a circle, a small flock of white pigeons flew into the middle and as we raised our clutched hands above our heads, the white birds took off in unison.
George was with us… Chicken skin moment
Mahalo for making our fundraising efforts a success by purchasing our T-shirts, entering our drawings, and all the private donations. We now can sustain ourselves for another year.
Special thanks to our friends:
Blue Planet Surf, Armstrong Produce, Scott Slippers, J Boards HI, Darren Tatsuno Allstate Agency, Menehune Water, Curtis Tanaka Sounds & Ukulele, John Evelyth Kewalo Harbor Master, KUPU, Mark Brown artist, Darin Isobe Graphics, Hawaiian Swell, Sonny Ahuna, Dick Algire, Downing HI, Local Motion, Town & Country Surf, Hawaiian Island Creations, Hawaiian South Shore, GQ Surf News Network, Darryl Kawano, Lisa Zane, NAPA, Brian Shimokawa, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Aloha Pacific Credti Union, Kekoa Collectibles, Howard Hughes Corp, Highway Inn, Castiglione- Caseria Foundation, Wes Lau, Koa Board Sports, Hurley, HCDA, Carol Fukunaga, 808 Plate Lunch, Mark Marumoto Photograghy, Pastor Daniel Chinen, Kewalo Basin Park Band, Melon James artist. Lost & Found: Eye glasses bifocals
5′ cable probe with red and white leads
Mahalo, Friends of Kewalos PROTECT, PRESERVE, MALAMA