“iGetCane” – Oahu White Cane Walk
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 through downtown Honolulu on a sunny and beautiful Friday afternoon. Their family members, Ho’opono staff, Lions Club of Honolulu members and other local Lions club members supported this special event by joining the walk. Our own LCH member, Gavan Abe, organized and coordinated this special event. It ended at Iolani Palace grounds with plenty of food and fellowship, and best yet, a performance by the Royal Hawaiian Band!!