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Participate in the work and events of Malama Mahaulepu. Join the steering committee.

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* Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee Meeting

Time: 3:30 pm

1st & 3rd Thursdays 3:30pm-5:30pm Koloa Neighborhood Center

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* Maha'ulepu Beach Cleanup Maha'ulepu Beach Cleanup

Time: 8:30 am

Meet at CJM stables at 8:30 am and hike in. Bring water, shoes, hat. We will be done at 11:45 pm. We will be collecting marine debris and pilling it up at main beach.

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* Ocean Debris Sorting Ocean Debris Sorting

Time: 3:30 pm

Meet at Surfrider Plastic Pollution Processing Center, 4532 Lehua St. in Kapa'a 3:30 - 6pm Weighing and sorting debris

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* Executive Committee Meeting Executive Committee Meeting

Time: 5:30 pm

All are welcome!! 5:30 pm at Mariachi's in Kapa'a

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* Net Patrol Net Patrol

Time: 3:45 pm

Net Patrol 3:45 - 6 pm Moloa'a Bay

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* Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee Meeting

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1st & 3rd Thursdays 3:30pm-5:30pm Koloa Neighborhood Center

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* Net Patrol Net Patrol

Time: 3:45 pm

Net Patrol at Kitchens beach area - meet at Marine Camp (by motorcross side). 3:45 - 6pm Nets are located on beach behind Wailua Golf Course

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 Steering Committee

The greatest asset of Malama Mahaulepu is our growing group of dedicated volunteers who share a common love for Mahaulepu. Help is always needed for the menu of long-term projects, immediate activities and events. All talents and interests are welcomed. Participation brings the rewards of continual learning about Mahaulepu and of knowing that you contribute to plans and actions for preservation of this place.

Everyone is welcome to join the volunteer steering committee, which meets every other week on Wednesdays in Koloa at 4 PM. For specific dates, watch the Garden Island newspaper’s Community Calendar or contact Malama Mahaulepu.

Malama Mahaulepu also welcomes help at stewardship events such as clean-ups, Reef Check and at community events such as Koloa Plantation Days.

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