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A Look at Our Projects

NU'UANU SCHOOL FLU CLINIC
On October 15, 2010, Nu`uanu School conducted a flu clinic on campus.  274 students received inoculations, including 175 flu shots and 99 nasal sprays. Eight Kamehameha Lions Club (KLC) volunteers shepherded the students to their shots and flu mist areas, Then, the Lions escorted the students to a holding area for 15 minutes to observe if they had adverse reactions to the inoculations. See story and photos.

Nuuanu School Flu ClinicNu'uanu School Flu Clinic
STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER
Proud Lions from the Kamehameha Club volunteered for the 2nd annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event on October 2, 2010.  There were 4,500 participants congregating at Richardson Field AND about 1/3 of them registered that day!  It was a mass of people doing their stretches under the direction of CURVES. See story and photos.
Picture from the 2010 Breast Cancer Walk
VISION SCREENING
The Lions Clubs of Region IV, Zone 1 (Aloha Pono, Chinatown, Honolulu, Kalakaua, Kamehameha, and Moanalua) partner with Lens Crafters to conduct vision screening of elementary school children on Oahu. On August 19, 2010, although 100 students were scheduled, we screened over 250 children at Linapuni School. See story and photos.
Photo from the Lilipuna vision screening
RELAY FOR LIFE
Kamehameha Lions have cooked breakfasts for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life "relayers" for the past several years.  On July 18, we served breakfasts to over 330 "relayers" at Magic Island.  See story and photos.
Photo of the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life
SAND ISLAND BEAUTIFICATION
Sand Island Business Association, in conjunction with DLNR, initiated this large repair and beautification project and on August 7th Kamehameha Lions and Aloha Pono Lions painted the primer on about 104 of the reconstructed picnic tables. Photos here.
Photo from the Sand Island beautification project
   
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