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The upcoming monthly meeting of Hui o Makiki, scheduled for this Saturday, August 6, has been cancelled. Please plan to join concerned neighbors for the next Hui o Makiki meeting on Saturday, October 1 at 9 am in the Arts & Crafts Building at Makiki District Park. What is Hui o Makiki? Read below for more information.
Hui o Makiki is a group of Makiki neighbors working to create a healthy, beautiful, and nurturing community in Makiki. Hui o Makiki was formed in 2006 and is a registered nonprofit organization in the state of Hawaii.
We meet on the first Saturday of each month at Makiki District Park (Arts & Crafts building) from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. and we welcome new participants and members!
Issues we have been addressing include graffiti eradication, neighborhood beautification, support for revitalization of the Makiki Community Library, and ideas for fostering a stronger sense of community in Makiki.
Please join us in helping to keep Makiki clean, safe, and beautiful!
Info: huiomakiki (at) yahoo.com or leave a message at 531-2503.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS! Please join Friends of Makiki Community Library, Hui o Makiki, and Representative Della Au Belatti for the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service this Monday, January 17th at Makiki District Park and Makiki Community Library. Volunteers of all ages are needed to work on a variety of clean up and paint out projects to help refresh, renew, and strengthen our neighborhood. Join us as we honor Dr. King’s memory with this day of volunteer service dedicated to our Makiki community.
Volunteers are asked to wear closed toe shoes & comfortable clothing that can get dirty. Clean up and paint out supplies will be provided, along with refreshments and snacks for our volunteers.
Want to get involved? Comment here with additional contact information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 586-9425. Â A signed waiver is necessary to participate (Click here forÂ MLK_Waiver). Â Volunteers under 18 must have a parent sign for them.
How much do you know about our Makiki?
Would you like to learn more?
Have you ever visited the Makiki Cemetery?
Ever wondered who’s buried there?
On Saturday, April 24th you’ll have a rare opportunity to learn and hear some interesting stories about Makiki Cemetery from someone who knows.
Hui o Makiki is sponsoring a tour of Makiki Cemetery guided by historian Nanette Napoleon.Â Nanette has graciously agreed to conduct this tour for Hui o Makiki members and friends for a special rate of $10 per person (cash only please). Tour starts at 9:00 a.m. Meet at the Pensacola/Wilder corner of the cemetery. No reservation necessary.
Tell your friends & neighbors. Hope you can join us!
Photo from Vomviersen via Flickr
When: February 3rd
What: Eat Pizza for the Makiki Library
Why: 25% of all purchases go towards the Makiki Library operating costs.
When you call in your order, just say “This is a Pizza Night order”. Then, fill out a coupon (PDF link) for the Pizza Hut representative. That’s it. Pizza Huts statewide participate, so tell all your family and friends on the outer islands.