Lions Clubs pitch in to beautify Moanalua Road in Aiea

Mar 9, 2013 | PC Community

 

Community volunteers representing both the Pearl City Lions and Mana Loa-Nimtz Lions Clubs spent Saturday morning pulling weeds and painting over graffiti along  Moanalua Road in Aiea from Toys R Us to Alvah A. Scott Elementary School.

"We've been doing a lot of beautification in Aiea," said Mana Loa-Nimitz Lion Club President Warren Hiromoto. "It's great to have everybody come out and help so early in the morning. Thanks to Dexter Aoki for arranging our work day. We are very happy to be working along with the Pearl City Lions Club."

Saturday's work day is part of Lions Clubs International's efforts to protect the environment. Hawaii District 50 Lions Clubs have designated the month of March as a district wide clean up effort throughout the state.

                                                              Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Dexter Aoki from the Pearl City Lions Club paints over graffiti on a power pole located down the road from Toys R Us on the mauka side of Moanalua Road. Aoki coordinated the joint efforts of the Pearl City Lions and Mana Loa-Nimtz Lions Clubs as they participated in their annual beautification community work day in the area.

                                                              Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Lions Club volunteers work their way up Moanalua Road towards Alvah A. Scott Elementary School.

                                                              Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Alice Kudo from the Pearl City Lions Club picks up rubbish along the Moanalua Road beautification route on Saturday, March 9, 2013.

                                                              Photo by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com

Mahalo to the community volunteers from the Pearl City Lions and Mana Loa-Nimtz Lions Clubs helping in sprucing up Moanalua Road in Aiea.