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Pond Mucking at Lili╩╗uokalani Gardens

There is always something to be done at Lili╩╗uokalani Gardens to keep the park beautiful and enjoyable for all. The sweat and dirt is worth it as you make connections with other UH Hilo students, community members, alumni and staff to see the immediate effects of your efforts.

We╩╗d love to have you join us on Saturday, February 9 from 8:00am - 12:00pm for this amazing and engaging community service project. Volunteers will meet at the pavilion near the Shoroan Tea House before the event begins.

Free lunch, gloves, buckets and mucking tools will be provided. We recommend wearing sneakers, bringing a reusable water bottle, wearing clothes that can get dirty, sunscreen and a hat.

This is an activity presented by the Friends of Lili╩╗uokalani Gardens, the Hawai╩╗i County Park and Recreation Department, UH Hilo Campus Center, Campus and Community Service (a CC Fee Board Program), and the Sociology club.

For Disability accommodation, contact Maile Boggeln at (808) 932-7796, TTY 932-7002 or by email at uhhccs@hawaii.edu by December 24, 2018.

Special Restrictions: If you will be bringing children, you must be present at the entire event to supervise them. Individuals under 18 years of age must contact our office first if they are interested.

For more information, contact: uhhccs@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7796

Tags: CCS Campus Center UHHSA SAC VVP URH Ke Kalahea BOSP Kanilehua Hohonu BOMB Event Service Community

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