Hawaii Life & Volunteers Team Up to Help Keep Puako Beach Clean
Hawaii Life is teaming up with “Keep Hawaii Beautiful 501c3,” “Get the Drift & Bag It,” and the “International Coastal Clean Up” for a Puako beach and ocean clean up on Saturday, September 21, 2013 starting at 7:30am.
Puako Beach Clean Up Event Information
The goal of the Puako beach clean ups will be for volunteers to either dive, snorkel, kayak, or walk to survey for “rubbish.” (Rubbish is a commonly used local term for trash, while ‘opala’ is the Hawaiian word for trash.) A clean up will also be held the following Saturday, September 28. Clean up supplies will be provided, plus free air tanks and watercraft equipment provided with advance sign up.
Cynthia Ho (pictured on left) is the Site Coordinator for “Keep Puako Beautiful” and “Get The Drift & Bag It” and rallies together the numerous Puako residents and supporters for clean ups throughout the year
Puako lovers realize there are very few oceanfront settings quite like it. They cherish its pristine and private setting, and are dedicated to keeping the land, reef, and beaches beautiful and healthy.
Puako Beach Clean Up Dates in September
Save the following dates for the Puako beach clean ups and join in our effort to help keep Puako beautiful:
- September 21, 2013 (Saturday) at 7:30am
- September 28, 2013 (Saturday)
How to Sign Up & Volunteer
Please contact me to sign up or hear about the next event. Mahalo, again, for letting me share my Hawaii life with you!
See you at the beach,