ECOS, PCHS partner to beautify Ho’okiekie Street in Pearl City

Apr 27, 2017 | PC Sports

Non-profit organization ECOS, partnered with Pearl City High School to beautify the PCHS campus and community on Tuesday April 25. Pearl City High School students from the following class councils 2018, 2019, 2020, Leo Club, Tennis Team and AVID, volunteered their time to clean-up the sidewalk and paint a 500 ft. wall on Ho'okiekie Street fronting the PCHS campus.

Shelden Saiki, ECOS President

"On Tuesday April 25th, a group of nearly 60 students gathered at the perimeter of Pearl City High School’s campus to complete a service project that truly benefited their community.  These students, many of them freshman and sophomores, came out eager to make a difference by cleaning up and beautifying Ho’okiekie Street, the road that fronts their campus.  This project, organized by ECOS (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization) and supported by the school, enabled these civic minded students to repaint a 500ft wall, pick up litter, and clear the side walk from plant over-growth due to years of neglect.  Due to the tremendous manpower and work ethic, they were able to complete the work in less than an hour and a half."

Kyle Miyashiro, PCHS Student Services Coordinator

"Thank you to ECOS president Sheldon Saiki for partnering with Pearl City High School to beautify our campus and community.  Volunteering their time today were students from the following groups.  Class Councils from 2018, 2019, 2020, Leo Club, Tennis Team and AVID.  Its great to see students giving up their time and energy to support the community and school!"

Mahalo to everyone who participated at Thursday's service project that truly made a difference in our neighborhood while beautifying and perpetuating pride to our Pearl City community.

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Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Mahalo to Kyle Miyashiro, PCHS Student Services Coordinator (L) and Shelden Saiki, ECOS

President (R) for playing an integral role in coordinating and helping out during Tuesday's

PCHS service project held on Ho'okiekie Street in Pearl City near the PCHS campus.

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]






Photo by Shelden Saiki



Photo by Shelden Saiki