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The Outdoor Circle educates our community about issues that help preserve and protect the beauty of Hawai‘i. These efforts include working with children as well as adults, and often involve using radio, television and newspapers to help reach broader audiences.
For decades the popular figure, Mr. Mynah, has educated Hawaii’s youngest children about keeping Hawai‘i clean. This giant bird focuses on recycling and reducing litter. The Outdoor Circle also works to educate the public, both young and older, about problems with inappropriate signs, preserving trees and maintaining them using generally accepted standards of tree care.
Many of our branches also engage in education efforts within their community. The Kona branch, for example, works with Konaweana Intermediate School on efforts to beautify their campus. The Waimea branch (Island of Hawai‘i) has built and maintains a nature park that functions as a real world laboratory for teaching keiki and others about Native Hawaiian plants and the Lani Kailua branch created a video starring Frank DeLima which employs Mr. Mynah and speaks to Hawaii’s beauty.