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Join the Kimeona in restoring the rockwork of this historic space. This workday is focused on the weaving of rocks into walls and is limited to 10 participants.
Community Service Hours Signed: YES
How to join: Please send an RSVP by any of the following methods: 808 Cleanups App, Email at email@example.com.
When your RSVP is confirmed, please make sure to sign the waiver here: 808cleanups.org/waiver
Where to meet: Look for the brown Toyota Tacoma with the 808 Cleanups signage on the sides parked on Ocean View Drive. We’ll meet at the truck for the briefing and supplies distribution. If you come after 4 PM, please meet us at the top of the hill in the park, look for orange 808 Cleanups shirts.
Exact GPS coordinates: 21.27739942167258, -157.798853245084
Parking: Street parking is available on Ocean View Drive. Please be mindful and respectful of neighbors’ driveways. If Ocean View Drive is full, available street parking on Kaimuki Ave and other nearby streets within a few blocks.
The work day will be inclusive of cultural protocols and is focused on the Hawaiian Cultural Practice of Uhau Humu Pōhaku, rock weaving and masonry. Rock will be gathered from nearby hillsides and carried up to the work site. There will be an introduction to this practice for those that are interested.
What to bring: Sturdy shoes or boots, sun protection and water.
Site Leader POC: Kimeona Kane, 808-398-8989, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Be sure to RSVP, sign a waiver (if applicable) and check with the mentioned organizer to confirm details in advance.
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