Parker students 'Make a Difference'
In celebration of national “Make a Difference Day,” Parker School students spent Oct. 25 out of the classroom, working in the community.
Approximately 170 middle- and upper-schoolers divided into groups to help the following local organizations with maintenance, repair, cleanup and beautification: Kahilu Theatre, Kohala Watershed, Mama’s House, Parker Ranch Headquarters, Pua Mau Botanical Garden, Tutu’s House, Waimea Nature Park and Waimea Trails and Greenways.
One group, led by Headmaster Carl Sturges, helped clean up the Waikoloa Stream banks and streambed close to campus, and another stayed at the school to help clean and decorate the main front hall.
For more information, please visit www.parkerschoolhawaii.org.
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