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May 8: Thousands of ‘Mormon Helping Hands’ to clean Hawaii parks, beaches
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May 5, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Volunteers Plan Massive State Clean-Up

OAHU – Over 4,000 volunteers will fan out on May 8th across Oahu as part of a herculean effort to renew and beautify 47 city and state parks throughout the island as part of the ‘Mormon Helping Hands’ program.  In all, 6,500 volunteers throughout the state plan to clean-up a total of 81 parks in this one-day effort.

Those familiar with the program most often associate it with emergency response operations such as Hurricane Katrina and most recently the earthquake in Haiti, but disaster relief is only half of the story.

“While Church members are consistently involved in some manner of community service in our daily lives, this is an opportunity for all of our congregations in Hawaii to stand shoulder-to-shoulder to concentrate our efforts in one area – our parks,” said Hawaii Area Seventy Scott Whiting.”  “Church members both old and young will perform a variety of work depending on the needs of the park.  For some parks, it will involve beach cleanup, landscape maintenance, raking, and trash cleanup, while on Maui, volunteers will be painting playground equipment, building rock walls and doing various repairs.”

Of the 6,500 volunteers, organizers anticipate 1,500 volunteers from Maui, Lanai and Molokai, roughly 1,000 from the Island of Hawaii, and 150 from Kauai.

“Mayor Hannemann has put a high priority on improving our City parks. We always welcome and encourage volunteers to help us beautify and maintain them. Public-private partnerships are key components of Mayor Hannemann’s administration,” said Les Chang, Director of Honolulu’s Department of Parks and Recreation.  “During these economically challenging times, we especially appreciate volunteers stepping up to the plate and lending a hand in making our parks a welcoming place for everyone.”

‘Mormon Helping Hands’ was officially organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1998, when the Church asked South American Church leaders to establish an annual day of service.  Since then, hundreds of thousands of volunteers from around the world collectively donate millions of hours of service to their communities. 

In just a decade, ‘Mormon Helping Hands’ has spread to every corner of the world. Large-scale service projects have been completed from South America to North America, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa, where, in 2007, 100,000 volunteers worked together in a continent-wide “Mormon Helping Hands” project to clean up their communities.

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ATTACHMENT 

“MORMON HELPING HANDS”

STATE-WIDE CITY/STATE PARKS VOLUNTEER CLEAN-UP 9 AM – 12 NOON, 8 MAY 2010

THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 

PLEASE NOTE:  a “Stake” is a regional grouping of individual congregations for Church administrative and ecclesiastical purposes. 

STATE-WIDE (15 STAKES) – TOTAL VOLUNTEERS ANTICIPATED – 6,519; TOTAL SITES - 81 

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OAHU STAKES (11 STAKES) – TOTAL VOLUNTEERS ANTICIPATED – 4,170; TOTAL SITES - 47

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MAKAKILO HAWAII STAKE

Kahe Beach Park, Piliokahe Beach Park, and Nanakuli Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Nelson Kauhi (702-806-7962)
Cove Beach Park, Zablan Beach Park, and Depots Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Brian Manoa (620-4087)

Depots Beach Park to Ulehawa Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Robert Brown (696-7774)

Maili Point to Nani Kai Beach Park (aka Ulehawa Beach Park) – General trash cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kent Palmer (624-8256)

Maili Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Grant Wartena (751-0158)

- Lualualei/Pokai Bay Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kennedy Afoa (292-8756)
Kea'au Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Herbert Hewlen (696-6138)

Kalaeloa Campgrounds – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kevin Jones (888-4466)

Makikilo Hawaii Stake - Total Sites – 8; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 525

 

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WAIPAHU HAWAII STAKE

Waipio Soccer Complex – Special weeding of soccer fields and general trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated 

Designated Spokesperson – Shane Kaopua (368-7752)

Blaisdell Park (including the jogging path)

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kyle Ho (371-5087)
Oneula Beach Park – General trash cleanup starting from the road leading into the beach park

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Scott Bradshaw (230-0038)
West Loch Shoreline  - General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Dennis Drake (226-2706)
Waipahu Cultural Gardens - General trash cleanup in the cultural garden and bulky trash removal in the road in back of the low rise apartments

-  200 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Jonathan Durrett (277-9500)

Waipahu Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 5; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 500

 

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HONOLULU HAWAII WEST STAKE

Ala Moana Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  200 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Fred Tanaka (839-1879)

Keehi Lagoon Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Raymond Fujii (839-4021)

College Walk Mall – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Richard Navas (595-6055)

Aala Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Gordon Furtado (526-1200)

Honolulu Hawaii West Stake – Total Sites – 4; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 400

 

 

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HONOLULU HAWAII STAKE

Kapiolani Regional Park – General trash cleanup and possible raking of leaves around the hedges at the Shell, park grounds, etc.

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Larry Park (286-7312) or Harold Chock (234-4911)

- Old Stadium Park – General trash cleanup and raking of leaves.

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Mark Aslop (343-3634) or Marlo Lopez (946-9922)

- Sandy Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  150 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Iameli Kaio (384-8335)

- Waikiki Police Sub-Station to San Souci Beach Park – General trash cleanup and possible raking of leaves

            -  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Larry Park (286-7312)

Maunalua Bay Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kendall Moser (228-7274)

Honolulu Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 5; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 425

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KANEOHE HAWAII STAKE

 

Makapu'u Beach Park – General trash cleanup from the parking lot to Baby Makapu'u including the camping area.

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Lopaka Hoopii (262-4229) or Terrence Miyahana (239-4912)

Waimanalo Beach Park to Kaiona Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Brent Naluai (239-4509) or Alan Teruya (235-6233)

Waimanalo Bay Beach Park (aka Sherwood Forest) – General trash cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – James Kaonohi (259-7153)

Kailua Beach Park to Kalama Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Ed Char (263-6029) or Dale Glenn (224-5942)

Oneawa Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Mike Holland (261-6395) or Falanesesi Kulihaapai (no number provided)

Waiahole Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Godfrey Kaonohi (239-8684)

-  Ho’omaluhia State Park – General trash cleanup

            - 100 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson – Bert Oshiro (247-1737) or Steve Laulu (236-1243)

Kaneohe Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 7; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 525

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LAIE HAWAII STAKE

Kualoa Regional Park – General trash cleanup

-  200 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Sisi Fuluvaka (429-2440)

Swanzy Beach Park – General trash cleanup       

-  135 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Tapiaka Vea (479-4424)

Hauula District & Hauula Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  150 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Michael Murdock (744-1331)

Laie Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 3; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 485

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BYU HAWAII 3RD STAKE

Kokololio Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  150 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Lenard Huff (779-7455)

Laie Bay Beach Park (aka Pounders Beach Park) – General trash cleanup

-  60 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Don Nielson (805-294-2180)

BYU Hawaii 3rd Stake – Total Sites – 2; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 210

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BYU HAWAII 2ND STAKE

-  Malaekahana State Beach Park – General trash cleanup and replacing roof on park gazebo.

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Billy Casey (230-4789)

BYU Hawaii 2nd Stake – Total Sites – 1; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 100

 

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BYU HAWAII 1ST STAKE

 

Kahuku Hospital – Landscaping & General Trash Cleanup

- 75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Alan Akina (479-4138)

Kahuku District Park – General Trash Cleanup

-  75 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Alan Akina (479-4138)

Kahuku Elementary School - Provide labor for fundraiser car wash and help with prepping a specified area for a new playground.

            - 75 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson – Alan Akina (479-4138)

Hauula Elementary School - Provide labor for fundraiser car wash and help with cleaning out a drainage pipe outside of the school.

            - 75 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson - Ken Wagner (728-8290)

BYU Hawaii 1st Stake – Total Sites – 4; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 350

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LAIE HAWAII NORTH STAKE

Waiale'e Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  30 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Lance Pagador (293-2369)

Sunset Support Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  60 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Lisa Fehoko (457-9081)

Waimea Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  60 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Darroll Kaheuna (216-2715)

Laie Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 3; Total Volunteers Anticipated - 150

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MILILANI HAWAII STAKE

 

-  Central Oahu Regional Park – General trash cleanup - May also include trimming of hibiscus bushes, painting trim on parking area and benches, and raking/sweeping of leaves in the parking area

-  200 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Robert Woods (753-3857)

Haleiwa Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – John Zeek (479-1524)

Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Leonardo Jamias (621-2141)

Kaiaka Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Kali Fifita (754-5446)

Mokuleia Beach Park – General trash cleanup

-  50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Dale Rowley (637-7740)

Mililani Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 5; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 500

 

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BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII STAKES (2 STAKES) – TOTAL VOLUNTEERS ANTICPATED – 715; TOTAL SITES – 17

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HILO HAWAII STAKE

-  Andrews Gym – Hilo – Painting the gym fence on the mauka side of the parking lot along with other side projects

      -  30 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – Curtis Matsui (808-959-4651)

-  Mohului Park – Hilo – Painting fences around the ball park along with area maintenance and other side projects

-  30 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Eldon Nako (808-935-6915)

-  Carvalho Park – Hilo – General trash pick up and re-striping of the parking lot with other side projects

-  30 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Irvin Dexter (808-333-6633)

-  Kolekole Beach Park – Hamakua – Remove drift wood and debris from the ocean area, general trash cleanup, and other side projects.

            -   30 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson – Edwin Paaluhi (808-964-5347)

-  Pohoiki Park (aka Isaac Hale Park) – Puna - Cleaning and re-striping the parking lot along with area maintenance and other side projects

      -   30 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – Brent Watson (801-971-4318)

-  Cooper Center – Volcano - cleaning and re-striping the parking lot and installing tire bumpers along with area maintenance and other side projects.

            -   30 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson – George Kekauoha (808-315-9491)

-  Whittington Beach Park – Na’alehu (Ka’u) - Spreading wood chips around trees, cleaning up broken glass along the beach area and park along with area maintenance and other side projects.

-   30 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – James Oyama (808-640-1944)

-  Panaewa Park – Hilo - Scrubbing mold and mildew from the playground equipment within the park along with area maintenance and other side projects.   

            -   30 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson – Hans Mortensen (808-961-5657)

- Shipman Park – Puna (Kea’au) - Painting pavilion pillars, cleaning and re-striping parking lot along with area maintenance and other side projects.

            -   30 volunteers are anticipated

            Designated Spokesperson - John Aniu ((808-966-7713)

Hilo Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 9; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 270

 

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KONA HAWAII STAKE

 

Hooko Park and Puuni ParkWaikaloa – General trash cleanup

-   80 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Heather Francis (808-640-9224)

Waimea Complex Children’s Playground – Waimea – General trash cleanup

-   40 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Lawrence Levenson (808-885-8449)

Honokaa Complex – Honokaa – General trash cleanup

-   50 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Bruce Wilkes (808-775-0167)

Kamehameha Park – Kohala – General trash cleanup

-   80 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – James Perry (808-936-3448)

Hookena Beach Park – Keei – General trash cleanup

-   40 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Greg Hendrickson (808-217-7773)

Higashihara Park – Kealekakua – General trash cleanup

-   50 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Clifton Walters (808-557-9997)

Magic Sands Park, Laaloa Park and Pahoehoe Park – Kona – General trash cleanup

-   45 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Arleen Callejo (808-960-2343)

Old Airport Runway – Kona – General trash cleanup from the airport runway to the ocean and up to the main pavilion

-   60 anticipated volunteers

Designated Spokesperson – Anthony Palepoi (808-217-9796)

Kona Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 8; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 445

 

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MAUI, LANAI & MOLOKAI STAKES (1 STAKE) – TOTAL VOLUNTEERS ANTICPATED – 1,484; TOTAL SITES - 12

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KAHULUI HAWAII STAKE

 

-  Children of the Land and Kihei Elementary School - clearing a large gulch of trees and brush allowing the organization to plant native Hawaiian plants at Children of the Land and painting playground equipment, basketball backboard poles, replacing wooden sand box boarders with plastic borders at Kihei Elementary School

-   115 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Richard Jordon (808-879-6250)

-  Lanai High School/Lanai Elementary School – General trash cleanup of the parking lot and painting the lines for parking.  Also, painting the edges of all the walkways throughout the school campus.  There may be other work if the above work is not enough. School principal will be on hand.

-   50 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Nora Kawasaki (808-565-6021) 

-  Lahaina Aquatic Center - Cutting down and disposing of trees, cutting tall grass, clearing yard area of weeds, etc.

-   165 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Una Taukeiaho (808-442-2444)    

-  Princess Nahienaena Elementary School – Weed eating tall grass on the grounds, power washing walls of the buildings and sidewalks, rubbish removal throughout the property.

-   160 volunteers anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Sione Olevau (808-357-6138)

Wailuku Elementary School - Attaching bulletin boards to each class room door. Remove, refinish, and reattach cubby holes/shelves for foot wear for each classroom. This will involve sanding and painting as well.

-   80 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Dwayne Wada (808-244-3874)

Keopuolani  Park – General trash cleanup, weeding, and brush removal

-   200 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Daryl Johnson (808-269-6502)

Horizon School – General trash cleanup, removal of old playground covering and replacing with wood chips, cleaning the parking lot and painting new lines, and some painting of some of the buildings.

-   114 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Tevita Takitaki (808-870-1166)

Six Beaches along Molokai Highway – General trash cleanup including removal of bulky trash (engines, appliances, pig carcasses, toilet paper, diapers, pallets, lawn mowers, etc.)

-   200 volunteers are anticipated (strategically place approximately 35 members at each beach.

Designated Spokesperson - Rod Felt (808-553-3503) or Godfrey Akaka (808-658-1936)  

-  Baldwin High School - Weeding and clearing brush from the hill where the ‘B’ is located, cleaning and landscaping other areas of the campus, and cleaning of bathrooms.

-   160 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Thomas Miyamoto (808-870-8905)

Pukalani Elementary School – Clearing a drainage ditch of weeds, grass, and shrubbery; putting in a sidewalk; building tables; repainting a mural and painting walls; cleaning of roofs, which may include power washing; and general trash cleanup of  yard areas.

-   100 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Boyd Mossman (808-572-9192)

Pulehu Chapel – This is the Church’s historical site on the slopes of Haleakala above Pukalani.  There the Tongan members will be building a rock wall to border the property and the parking lot.

-   120 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Sione Anitema (808-298-4150)

Hana Bay & Waikaloa – General trash cleanup around the beach and parking lot area. To the left of the bay, there is a cemetery where overgrown brush will be cleared and rubbish removed.

-   20 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson - Timmy Satot (808-248-8585)

Kahului Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 12; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 1,484

 

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KAUAI STAKES (1 STAKE) – TOTAL VOLUNTEERS ANTICIPATED – 150; TOTAL SITES - 5

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KAUAI HAWAII STAKE

-  Anini Beach Park – General cleaning of bathrooms/beach park/may paint benches.

      -   20 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – Dave Lueders (808-651-3018)

-  Mahelona Hospital – General cleaning of grounds and other service projects

-   60 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Richard Sheldon (808-651-3604) or Art Williams (808-651-9991)

Izenberg Park – General trash cleanup and washing down bathrooms

      -   15 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – Frank Kakazu (808-245-4242)

-  Hanapepe Park – General trash cleanup

      -   15 volunteers are anticipated

      Designated Spokesperson – Mervin Young (808-634-7774)

Hanapepe Tennis Courts – Painting of comfort station

-   40 volunteers are anticipated

Designated Spokesperson – Merv Kimura (808-635-7050)

Kauai Hawaii Stake – Total Sites – 5; Total Volunteers Anticipated – 150

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