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Sunday, July 14: 9am-3pm⠀
Thursday, July 18: 9am-3pm⠀
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Join the Waimea Valley staff and volunteer with forest restoration efforts. The work will typically involve replanting native species and weed/ invasive species control around the planting sites. ⠀
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Kalahe'e Ridge is a moderate hike, about 45 minutes to the site. If you plan to volunteer, you must be able to commit to the entire time specified as there isn't enough staff to hike down early. ⠀
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Looking for up to 20 people for each date (ages 12 and up welcome).⠀
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To register or more info, contact: ⠀
volunteers@waimeavalley.net. Every year Project Reach strives to celebrate and support Hawaii's youth with a Back to School Bash. Their goal is to help improve the lives of our youth and bring awareness to anti-bullying, substance abuse, and teen suicide. ⠀
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This year’s Back to School Bash will feature a FREE Fortnite Tournament as well as food and merchandise vendors, shave ice, bouncers, FREE haircuts and most importantly, organizations discussing these key topics and offering programs of support. ⠀
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For more info, contact: Mary Perez (808)-454-7804 or at ⠀
mprojectreach@gmail.com.⠀
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To register for the Fortnite Tournament:⠀ https://pcgzhi.com/Back2SchoolBash.​ ​ SAT, July 13: 9am-7pm
SUN, July 14: 9am-5pm
Hawaii Farm Bureau (HFB) presents the Hawaii State Farm Fair! Hawaii’s premier agricultural event, now in its 57th year, promotes awareness of Hawaii’s agricultural and ranching industries.⠀
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The event, “Growing for your Future” is FREE for children and students with a valid student ID. The cost is $5.00 for the general public.⠀
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Keiki will enjoy live animals, festive entertainment acts, demonstrations, fun-filled on-stage contests, kiddie rides, bouncers and mouth-watering food.⠀
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For more info: https://buff.ly/2XErFZg.