To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and…
Kudos to Jean Ota, the Damien Memorial High School student government and Damien Leos for the terrific work of collecting food items, toothpaste and towels, and dog toys for three worthy non-profit organizations on Oahu. They did the hard work of collecting and packing of donation items and
the Lions Club of Honolulu gladly delivered these items on their behalf.
The Oahu White Cane Walk took place on Friday, October 16th starting at the State Capitol Rotunda and ended at Iolani Palace. The walk is held annually to make the public aware of the white cane and its significance for a blind person. The blind and visually impaired participants strolled Read more
The Lions Club of Honolulu and clubs from District 50, Region 4, Zone 1 (Aloha Pono, Chinatown, Kalakaua, Kamehameha & Moanalua) and together with Pali, Waikiki 2000 & Mana Loa-Nimitz had a wonderful evening hosting the 40th World Lions Service Day Dinner at the Empress Restaurant. Read more