How can you identify a Kūpuna? Look for a person of years who has never been without a sense of purpose in life. Someone who rises each morning with a feeling of worth and looking forward to the challenges of the day.
Our Elks Kūpuna certainly fit this description. The Kūpuna are currently working out details for our participation in the Kuhio Day parade. We have rented a trolley to help spread the Elks message, Elks care, Elks share. We are looking for
people who would like to help decorate the trolley at about 7 a.m. Saturday morning, March 21, 2015.
As part of our fundraising campaign, we will be selling the attractive Kūpuna T-shirt. All who wish to ride on the trolley will need to buy a T-shirt. Proceeds from the shirt sale will help support our Elks charities and activities. The trolley can accommodate approximately 60 people. If you would like to join in these activities, or for further information, please email Elks616@yahoo.com
As part of the our commitment to preserve and perpetuate all our island cultures, the Kupuna are continuing to work on our mission to document and record early memories of all the seniors in our Elks family.
In furtherance of this we have invited well-known author Wayne Moniz from Maui to share with us his insight and knowledge regarding authoring and publishing at our February meeting. If you have a memory you would like to share, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy New Year!