WINDWARD COMMUNITY NEWS

Graffiti Paint-Out & Community Clean-Up
Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 8:00 am-11:30 am
Meet at Kaneohe District Park’s Skate Park. Help care for our community!
Rain or shine! Bring paint rollers & paint covers. Wear clothes that can get dirty. Refreshments to follow. For more information, to sign up, or to report any graffiti locations, call PACT KCFC at 235-7747 or email: kcfc@pacthawaii.org.

Make-A-Difference Day @ Castle High School

Saturday, October 28th from 9am-12 noon
We’ll be sprucing up the campus and could use student, parent, community, and staff volunteers with various painting, planting, and/or cleaning projects! Please consider helping out that day…but if you can’t make it, how about donating some refreshments for the volunteers who do attend?

To volunteer for projects:
___Painting       ___Planting/Trimming    ___Power-Washing
Or if you will donate:
___Paper Goods    ___Chips   ___Fresh Fruits  ___Ti-Leafs
___Veggie Tray   ____Stephanotis Plant  ___Salads
___Mulch   ___Desserts  ___Other
To Donate or volunteer: Please call Kathy Martin (PCNC) 305-0762 or email:martink@knights.k12.hi.us

A Great Holiday Event is Here!

17th Windward Holiday Craft & Gift Fair to benefit Project Graduation 2018
Sunday, December 3, 2017 – 9:30 a.m.- 2 p.m. – Castle Cafeteria & Grounds
Joins us for our 17th Annual ‘Windward Holiday Craft & Gift Fair’ and our 10th Annual ‘Taste of Castle’. It benefits the seniors attending project Graduation on graduation night. Enjoy your day shopping for holiday gifts, lunch and snacks while meeting up with family and friends, and supporting Castle High School students. Stop om at a “Taste of Castle” and for $1 per serving.
For Craft Fair and Booth Information contact Teri Lynn Sato @ 808-554-9620 or email: WindwardHolidayCraftFair@gmail.com. Leave your name and contact number.
Volunteer Help needed on Saturday, December 2nd between 1-5pm & Sunday, Dec 3rd-shifts (6am-10am), (10am-1pm), and (1pm-4pm).
Taste of Castle Donation Contact MaSchenk 808-551-6609.    


Courtesy of:
Jarrett Keohokalole
House Majority Policy Leader
Representative, District 48

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