Spearheaded by members of the Kilauea and Princeville Ka Leo O Kaua’i groups, members of several Northshore organizations have joined forces and planned another community workday at ‘Anini Beach Park this Saturday, Nov. 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A potluck luncheon will follow.
Anyone who would like to participate in the workday is asked to bring his or her own tools, a dish to contribute to the potluck, and an enthusiastic attitude, organizers said.
Included on the list of work-day projects are the following:
- Painting new picnic tables;
- Painting the pavilion near the boat ramp;
- Repainting existing picnic tables;
- Repainting trash storage bins;
- Planting ti plants;
- A general clean-up of the park.
Paint and supplies will be provided by officials with the County of Kaua’i.
This is the second in a series of workdays scheduled for ‘Anini Beach Park that have been organized by members of the Kilauea and Princeville Ka Leo O Kaua’i groups.
According to Catherine Stovall, community response specialist with the County of Kaua’i, the first ‘Anini Beach Park workday that took place last month was very successful.
“Over 30 community members and county support staff turned out for our first workday, and a lot was accomplished,” said Stovall.
“There’s still more to do, so we’d like to invite people to join us. It’s a fun project.”
For more information about the workday or Ka Leo O Kaua’i, please contact Stovall at 241-6398.