(Ua Pau…) Wednesday April 10 is the first, of two work days, that you can participate in our class Community Project at Ka’ewai Stream in Kalihi.
(April 10 Ua Pau already… Our second work day will be in May. See Apr 10 pictures here… )
Note: To help Alan Kumalae plan… could you text or email him how many are coming in your group? email@example.com
On this first day, we will meet the elementary school kids working on this project, tour the stream and their gardens, and for those who wish, do some work (light duties included).
Imua69 Coordinator: Alan Kumalae (808-228-3023)
Date: Wednesday April 10, 2019
Start Time: 1:45 p.m.
End Time: 3:00 p.m. or whenever you gotta go!
– Footwear – shoes or slippers
– Casual Clothes – might get dirty
– Sun protection – sunscreen, hat or visor
Tools, snacks and refreshments provided!
Place: Kaʻewae Elementary School, 1929 Kamehameha IV Rd.
Park on campus in front of school or side of the cafeteria.
Meet at the tents along the stream.
You can also make a donation so we can buy native Plants (to be planted on our 2nd visit in May) that are indigenous and appropriate for this environment:
c/o Nancy Souza, 811 Ahuwale St; Honolulu, Hawaii 96821
checks payable to: KS Class of 1969
Alan’s Kaʻewai Stream Team Story:
Initially I worked in the Kaʻewai Stream by weed whacking the California grass so it would not spread into my yard. About a few years ago I was approached by one of the teachers, Faith Aiu, to help her and her students in restoring the stream into a Hawaiian garden. Faith is the granddaughter of Kumu Hula, Maiki Aiu, and the niece of our Imua69 classmate, Colleen Aiu.
Being involved in this project has made me aware of the relationship between native plants and our Hawaiian culture. It has also been a heartwarming experience for me to see the next generation learn our culture and malama ka ‘aina.