Volunteer Robert Oswald and Freshly Painted Storage Unit
Hats off and "good eye!" to Club Vice President Captain Kai Hoover for combing through the fine print of the Governor's stay at home order and finding that "farming, fishing and hunting" are exempt activities under the order (so far). Things are evolving on a daily basis, and we are trying to stay on top of things and will let you know if anything changes.
The current "stay at home order" didn't stop Club projects from going forward, prior to the order being established. Matson donated a container to The Club so that all the stuff currently stored inside the Club House could be put outside, in the container. This would free up all the space inside for furniture and other “normal” items. Robert and Teresa Oswald have really gone to town on the outside of the container, cleaning off the MATSON letters and painting primer on every surface. A keiki mural art contest is being discussed,which could give local kids a chance to see who might become the next Wyland. Mahalo Robert and Teresa!
Keith Chapman of Chapman Construction and his crew have been on site, replacing doors and windows this week, along with the termite ridden trim and panels. Keith worked with HPM and arranged for most of the materials to be donated. Mahalo Chappy and HPM!