Naniloa Loop Beautification Service Project Celebrates “Laie Days” | Community Spirit
An enthusiastic crowd of helpers worked today (July 28, 2012) to beautify the northern end of Naniloa Loop streetscape as part of a community service project organized by Hawaii Reserves, Inc.
More than 35 residents participated in the project to plant flowers and shrubs, and paint curbs along this entryway of the community.
Volunteers of all ages and abilities brought their gloves, shovels, picks and paint rollers.
The event was sponsored by land and street manager, Hawaii Reserves, Inc., and BYU-Hawaii, which donated the plants for the beautification project. These entities are part of Envison Laie, working with the Laie Community Association on issues facing the region.
“It is wonderful to see members of our community work side by side on another community partnership project,“ said Pane Meatoga, Laie Community Assocation president. “Just like the Envision Laie bike path in Malaekahana, it’s heart-warming to see the dedication the community has for preserving and beautifying our home.”
Every July the Laie community hosts “Laie Days,” a month-long community celebration. The service project was one of several events commemorating “Laie Days” and the town’s history. For more information about Laie Days activities, please visit the Laie Community Association website at www.laiecommunityassociation.org.
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