WHEN: Saturday, April 18, 2015

TIME: 8:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

WHERE: Meet at the Alan Davis Wall (1/4 mile past Kealahou stop light)

(Lunch to follow at Maunalua Bay at “Talk Story” event)

Representative Gene Ward (R-Hawaii Kai – Kalama Valley)  announced his 7th Annual Ka Iwi Beach Cleanup in honor of Earth Day 2015 will take place Saturday, April 18, 2015.

Representative Ward’s office will be partnering with Boy Scout Troop 101, “808 Clean Ups,” Kaiser High School, and former Peace Corps Volunteers, as well as many friends and constituents from District 17.

Ki coast “The Ka Iwi coast is the last pristine property on Oahu but beach parties are leaving behind broken beer bottles, rusty nails (from burning ballets), and all kind of trash on the beach that the community has so generously been helping cleanup over the years,” Ward said.

Immediately following the Ka Iwi Cleanup all volunteers are invited to lunch with Rep. Ward and Senator Slom at their “Talk Story” event being held at Maunalua Bay.

“Gloves and bags will be provided. All that is needed are helping hands and we’re looking forward to a fun time with all these great organizations” Ward concluded.

Anyone wishing to volunteer should call Tyler Humphries at 586-6420 or just show up.

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