VM Ware to help build for Boys and Girls Club

LIHUE — The Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, Lihue Clubhouse, will hold a special event April 27 with the help of the technology company VM Ware.

The San Francisco-based organization has donated construction costs to the Lihue Clubhouse to expand a portable, county-owned building next to the clubhouse, which will be completed before the event.

The organization will bring over 800 people to the site in order to have them help with a variety of projects such as working on the Lihue Ball Park, Mayor’s Garden and Healing Horses.

Arrivals will be from 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. from 2:15 to 3 p.m.

VM Ware has supported two projects on Kauai.


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