USS Missouri Workday with Waipahu Key Club


Our monthly workday on the USS Missouri was with the Waipahu and Pearl City Key Clubs. We cut, drilled, sanded, stamped (Vicky in photo), oiled, and refinished many teak bookmarks. We reworked many bookmarks that were rejected by our quality control crew. These were bookmarks that were finished by other groups.
We helped to put up the welcome banner for RIMPAC. The Rim of the Pacific Exercise, is the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise. RIMPAC is held biennially during June and July of even-numbered years from Honolulu, Hawaii. This year, China was excluded and the Army and Air Forces were added to the exercises.

Pulling a Fire Dragon – 23rd Annual Honolulu Festival

The 23rd Honolulu Festival March 10-12.

This annual event was supported by Kiwanis Division 22 and Key Club Divisions Hikina and Komohana. Waipahu and Aiea Key Clubbers with Judy, Carol and Pikachu.





On Sunday, Kalani, Punahou, Roosevelt, and St Louis Key Clubs and Circle K UH Manoa helped with the Air Dragon.

Pearl City Key Clubbers carried placards identifying the participating groups in the huge parade.

Ship shape – Feature article with Pearl Harbor in Kiwanis Magazine

Did you see the article from Kiwanis Magazine? It features the Kiwanis Club of Pearl Harbor and its service project at the U.S.S Missouri!