Picture your Triple Crown design here..
Cash and prizes totaling $1,000 will be awarded, and entries will be displayed at the 2nd annual Hale'iwa Arts Festival July 17 and 18 to be held in Haleiwa.
The winning entry will be considered for use as the official Triple Crown of Surfing poster design.
The deadline for entries is June 26. For a prospectus, or more information, write:Hale'iwa Arts Festival, P.O. Box 1141, Haleiwa, HI 96712, or call the festival office at 638-0027.
The Hale'iwa Arts Festival nonprofit organization developed the poster design contest to promote art and cultural awareness, and public participation for the betterment of the community.
The Community Work Day Program is looking for volunteers to help prevent our Aloha state from reaching this unsightly condition.
"Hapai Ia Ka Hana Malama Aina," The Great American Cleanup, began this month and continues through May 31. The event is a nationwide call to help beautify the land. Volunteer leaders have been cleaning up litter and educating the public about ways to prevent litter.
On April 24, residents of several states will be filling bags with litter, scrubbing walls, etc.
Locally, the day will be known as the "Keep Hawaii Beautiful Cleanup."
Volunteers will be planting trees, cleaning underwater reefs or walking along highways gathering rubbish.
Many communities will also have their own groups doing various projects that they see fit for their area.
To volunteer or find out who is the leader for your area, call toll free at 1-(888)-592-2522.
If there is a specific place that needs to be cleaned (a park, historical site, etc.), notify someone at the above number.