The New Kiwanis Year Kicks Off with Focus on Children – Kiwanis 4 Kids

Kiwanis 4 Kids made its second donation to a
Title 1 elementary school. Our Waipahu Key Club
chose the Waipahu Elementary School to be the
recipient of donated items. They asked what was
most needed for their students. Schools supplies
and rubber slippers are always needed at this
particular school. The Key Club asked for
donations from their school community as well as
from Pearl Harbor Kiwanians.

Key Club President Carla (front right), VP of
Service Jasmine (front left), and Kiwanis Advisor
Carol (back row, 2nd from left) delivered the
donations to a very appreciative staff. School
Principal Aaron Tominaga (next to Carol) was
joined by office staff and counselors.

The New Kiwanis Year Kicks Off with Focus on Children – Children & Youth Day

The 25th Annual Children & Youth Day held the first Sunday in October, kicked off the new Kiwanis administrative year. All of our Oahu KFamily come out to support this free event. The Kaneohe Club had their tent ready to check in our KFamily volunteers for the day. The volunteers were then taken to their assigned posts throughout the event. Pearl Harbor partnered with the YMCA of Honolulu to provide a kite making activity for our keiki. It is always a popular hit with both children and adults.

Past president Pauline (2nd from right) from the Honolulu Kiwanis Club was in charge of the Volunteer Hospitality tent and kept all volunteers well hydrated and fed.