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10 JUNE 7, 2023
   Join Lions For Picnic At Park
 Hawai‘i Lions are celebrat- ing a successful year roar- ing back to full service post COVID-19 pandemic with a picnic in the park event from 9a.m.to2p.m.June17atAla Moana Regional Park. East Oʻahu residents are invited for a fun day of games for keiki, good food and live entertain- ment. There is no admission fee.
• Bring used eyeglass- es and hearing aids. Lions collect, clean and recycle to developing countries where eye care is often unafford- able and inaccessible.
• Attend free classes on CPR. Children, elderly and even people who are visu- ally impaired can save a life.
Guests will learn about the five areas of service Lions do, which include vi- sion, hunger, environment, diabetes and childhood can- cer. Some activities attend- ees can participate in are:
• Join in a walk around the park for diabetes health and awareness.
“Our mission is to serve, and it has been since our par- ent organization Lions In- ternational began in 1917,” states Lions International District 50 Hawai‘i district governor Gary Nip. “While the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we live and work, it has not changed who we are. Lions and Leos found ways to serve safely in our communities.”
• Have your child’s vi- sion checked. Lions pro- vide these free vision and hearing screenings to local elementary schools across the state.
• Learn how to be a donor to the Lions Eye Bank of Ha- wai‘i and Makana Founda- tion. Since 1961, Lions have provided high-quality oph- thalmic tissue for sight resto- ration throughout the islands.
For more information, visit
(From left) artist Jamie Tomas; Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design’s artist-in-residence Robert Farid Karimi; and artist Jay Lusana stand with the Lowrider paint-themed entry way that Tomas and Lusana were commissioned to paint in collaboration with Shangri La. ANTHONY CONSILLIO PHOTO
• Bring canned goods for the Hawai‘i Foodbank.
Currently, there are 55 Li- ons Clubs, including in East Oʻahu, with more than 1,500 men and women members on all islands.
• Join for a beach cleanup at Ala Moana Park.
• Donate electronic games and prizes for Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children’s childhood can- cer patients.
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