Community Effort to Clean Up One`ula Beach

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If you want to make the world a better place, you could start with a local beach. A week from Saturday, the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation is organizing a clean up at One`ula Beach.

Last year, community members removed more than 100 tons of rubbish from the Honouliuli shoreline. Kepa Maly heads the nonprofit group behind the work. While most of the day is devoted to clearing debris, Kepa hopes volunteers take away larger lessons.

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If you are interested in participating in the clean up, meet at the West side of One`ula Beach Park at 8 a.m. Following the clean up, volunteers will be rewarded with pizza and shave-ice. For more information, please call 563-0787.  To pre-register for the service project email kepa@hoakaleifoundation.org

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(Molly Solomon / HPR News)