Friday starts the final four in the American Forests' "Big Tree Madness". Hawaii's own giant Coco palm is a contender for this year's championship. But we only have 24-hours to make it happen. On Friday morning, click on this link to go the American Forests' website and vote for Hawaii's Coco Palm. Share this info with all your friends. Follow the Coco's progress on Facebook by "friending" us here.
The Circle’s newest branch -- Manoa Outdoor Circle -- is supporting Malama Manoa’s regular tree giveaway at the Manoa District Park on Sunday, April 6th, 8 AM - Noon. The featured tree this year is the Hong Kong Orchid.
Let’s welcome the Manoa branch to the Circle right by helping them out with 10 volunteers at their first event. The giveaway runs from 8 am - 12-noon at the Manoa Valley Park Pavilion; volunteers are needed from 7 am - 2 pm. Show our newest branch the love by coming out to support them! Contact the Circle office at 593-0300 to let us know you can be there. Mahalo!!
Girlfriends, shopping, food, fashions & suspense... that was March 1st at Waikoloa Village Outdoor Circle’s annual Luncheon/ Fashion Show/ Auction & Waikoloa Sew ‘n’ Sews Quilt Opportunity.
We enjoyed good company, a fashion show of Tommy Bahama attire modeled by our members, and a great silent auction.
The highlight of every luncheon is the Quilt Opportunity. The Sew ‘n’ Sews create a truly unique & beautiful full- size quilt for some lucky soul to win. Every year I imagine redecorating my bedroom to match the quilt but alas, I have yet to win. Next Year.
All of WVOC’s fundraising is dedicated to making Waikoloa Village “clean, green and beautiful”. We plant trees, we clean-up, we care for our environment. Please join us.
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