WAILUA – National “Make a Difference Day” is approaching and the Friends of Kamalani and Lydgate Park are once again setting aside a special fall day to not only help keep Lydgate Park beautiful and free of waste, but to also gather the cream-of-the-crop volunteers to get the job done.
Activities on Saturday, Oct. 25 will include cleaning up the beach by Morgans Pond, removing plant debris from the Heiaus – Hauola Heiau, picking up trash and litter and surveying park trees to determine inventory.
Annaleah Atkinson, who is in charge of the Hauola Heiau, will be offering sacred readings and prayers to allow the ‘aina at Lydgate to flourish and remain clean and healthy for generations to come.
One of the Friends of Kamalani and Lydgate Park’s advocates, Tommy Noyes, will again talk story about the goals of the organizations.
“The Kamalani Playground and the Kamalani Kai Bridge are park enhancements that deserve conscientious maintenance and care so that future generations will enjoy these unique attractions,” Hoyes said.
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