CMAA Community Service Event – Sherwood Forest Beach Cleanup – December 16th

On Saturday, December 16th CMAA will sponsor a Community Service event doing a beach cleanup at Sherwood Forest Beach (Waimanalo Bay State Recreation Park). If you are interested in participating, please RSVP by December 13th. This is a great opportunity to perform some service to our community, families and friends are welcome to join the fun!

Date: Saturday, December 16, 2017

Time: 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Location:  Waimanalo Bay State Recreation Park

41-1062 Kalanianaole Hwy

Waimanalo, HI 96795

Hope to see you there!

 

Our cleanup has been coordinated with the City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation, Adopt A Park which is providing trash bags, clean up tools, and refuse disposal.

 

We will be cleaning the beach, shoreline, and park area. By bringing attention to this phenomenon we hope to encourage people to be more responsible with their disposal behaviors and even more importantly their consumer behaviors.

 

This is going to be a really FUN dirty job and we look forward to executing this event with you. Bring family and friends, the more the merrier. Check in 8:00AM at Sherwood Beach parking lot, see location on map.

 

Work may include being in the water.  Dress accordingly.

 

Things to bring:

  • Work Clothes
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Change of Clothes
  • Family and Friends that want to help clean up
  • Beach Chairs
  • A Beach Towel

 

A BBQ will occur from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM, Lunch will be provided (Hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks and chips)

 

 

RSVP: By Wednesday, December 13th

 

For questions please email:

Frank Parker at:  frank.parker@ch2m.com

Brian Gomolski at:  brian.gomolski@ch2m.com

Child & Family Service – Community Service Event

Update: Mahalo for the overwhelming response to our upcoming community service event! We have filled all of our volunteer slots for this event!

On Sept 16, we will be able to assist Child and Family services and our community through refurbishing living spaces for two families to immediately move into!

Support for our community through events such as this one are one of foundations of CMAA Hawaii- we are fortunate to have so many people willing to help.

If you did not get a chance to sign up for this event- please stay tuned, we are continuing to plan future events and could always use the help.

If you have signed up, Welcome, Thank you and please watch for details on the event via a smaller (group only ) distribution list.  

 

On Saturday September 16th CMAA will sponsor a community service event doing cleaning and painting at Child & Family Service’s (CFS) transitional housing site in Honolulu, in the Nuuanu/Kuakini/School Street neighborhood.

We have the opportunity to perform a community service event that could make a real difference in the lives of a few families.

There is a small apartment building in town that is being used to house families who are victims of domestic violence. They have 2 apartments that currently need rehabilitation (cleaning and painting). One also needs a new sink and toilet. Once these are done new families can immediately move in. The apartments are each 2 bedrooms and 2 bath.

I strongly support this event, with a little work, we can make a big difference to a couple of families who need the help. Continue reading

Kahana Bay Beach Park Cleanup – CMAA/AACE Community Service Event Followup

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Volunteers from CMAA, AACE and friends

On December 3rd CMAA/AACE sponsored a joint community service beach cleanup event at Kahana Bay Beach Park. The event was a huge success with a very good turnout including volunteers from CMAA, AACE and friends. It was a good opportunity to meet with old friends and become acquainted with new ones. Items collected included plastic, cans, bottles, plastic crate, starter motor, broken rocking chair and many misc. items. The event was followed with a BBQ and casual socializing. A good time was had by all. Cleanup areas included beach and park areas, shoreline, and parking lot. Over two hundred pounds of trash was collected for disposal.

Mahalo to all that participated and helped to plan and facilitate the event.