Arcadia residents like to stay busy, and this time, it’s for the Rotary Club of Honolulu. A group of Rotarians will travel to Nepal as part of their mission to serve one international project per year. While in Nepal, Rotarians will work on building a fence and landscaping, and others will work directly with the children themselves.
That’s where Arcadia’s volunteers come into play. Resident volunteers created paper lei parts for the children to assemble with the goal of spreading aloha over 7,000 miles away. Resident Sheila Black guided the volunteers in punching out flowers and assembling the lei kits. Over 100 poverty-stricken and homeless children in Nepal will get to experience the joy of lei-making thanks to the hard work of the resident volunteers and their partners at the Rotary Club of Honolulu.
We are proud of our residents who are doing their part to support their local community and the community at large. To watch the segment, click here.