Monday, Sept. 25, 2023 |
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WAILUA — Saturday morning more than 100 people are expected to gather at Lydgate Beach Park for the Make A Difference community work day.
For the 13th year, people are invited to help improve the park.
“These (community work days) are about building community spirit and resiliency,” said Kurt Indvik, an organizer.
The workday begins at 7:30 a.m. at the main pavilion. People will be assigned to projects around the park, like painting, beach cleanup, and repairs to Kamalani Playground.
Work will continue through about 11:30 a.m., when volunteers will finish up their tasks and meet for lunch.
Volunteers are urged to wear closed-toe shoes, bring water bottles and gloves, and wear clothes appropriate for outside work.
Many groups have already pledged support.
“We make sure that people have fun and enjoy the camaraderie of what they’re doing,” Indvik said. “It’s about coming together to do something positive for the community, and if we can get park improvement done as well, that’s great.”
For more information and to register to volunteer call (808) 639-1018; or visit www.KauaiPath.org/kamalani
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