Organization
Location
Activity Description
A'ali'i Group
NH-7, NH-8
Display of medicinal plants (locally grown) especially Hawaiian and "hanai" plants used in La'au Lapa'au. Demonstrations of use of la'au (tileaf for fever, olena juicing (grinding, etc.) plus opportunity for children to prepare these. Give away free medicinal plant 1 to each family while supplies last (thanks to Hawaiian Electric partnership).
Adult Friends For Youth
15-8
Game booth for the children
Aloha Council, Boy Scouts of America
14
The Aloha Council, Boy Scouts will be partnering up with the Girl Scouts of Hawaii. We will be inviting our local scouts and units to put on interactive boots. In addition, we will have some community organizations which we partner with present. It will be fun filled day.
Aloha Life Advocates
TZ1-7
Distribution of printed materials pertaining to child development, abstinence and prolific data; display of fetal models during pregnancy
Aloha Mustang & Shelby club of Hawaii
TZ228
Interactive booth for road and highway safety
Aloha Table Tennis Association
TZ2, TZ3
Table tennis/ping pong. Clinic, play ping pong, fun games and prizes. Promote ping pong and physical fitness
Aloun Farm Inc.
15-1, 15-2, 15-3
Aloun Farms will be sharing information about the importance of honey bee pollination and allowing kids to color pages and upon completion they receive a munchkin pumpkin coloring book. We also hope to have an observatory hive.
American Savings Bank
TZ4-12
We will have a financial literacy activity for children to complete and earn a prize. We will also have a spin wheel with prizes for the younger children.
AMR Ambulance
TZ39
We will have multiple ambulances staged for children to visit. This will be an interactive event for families to go inside ambulance and ask medics various questions. We will be handing out 911 coloring books, poison control hot line stickers, EMS pencils, various stickers and 911 tattoos. We will also serve as a medical/aid station covering the event. Should there be an emergency, the capitol/events staff can call us on the handheld radio (can we please pick-up a handheld radio) and we will respond on the medical call.
Arhery for ALL
TZ14
Safe Archery target shooting activity: Event goers will shoot at targets with our low draw-weight bows and non-lethal, foam tipped arrows. Successful shots will be awarded with a small prize. DodgeBow Archery Games: Event goers will play our interactive archery game inside our DodgeBow arena. Game play will be limited to players over 8 years old accompanied by a signed waiver (by guardian where applicable). All our activities use equipment, rules, training and supervision by certified and trained archery instructors to ensure every participant and spectator is kept safe and responsible.
Army National Guard Recruiting
TZ35
Military HUMVEE to take photo opportunities and to have a station to do push-ups for prizes
Asian American Jaycees
21-20
Representation of JCI and Adopt a School Day. Activity representing the Lost Chapter., the Asian Junior Chapter of Concierge - Origami
BAYADA Home Care
15-4, 15-5
Pokemon Go has become a global phenomenon and the most widely used mobile app since its launch in July, with users of all ages seeking to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures known as Pokemon.  Our booth will be transformed to become a battle arena in which Pokemon trainers young and old try to capture a Pokemon of their choice. To capture a Pokemon, participants will be given three chances to throw their Pokeballs through a circle as the target area in the center of the Pokemon to win a prize. There will be two Pokemon to capture, One designed for younger children with a larger target area, and one for older children/teens with a smaller target area. We wish all of our contests the best of luck!!!
Best Buddies
31-12
Children will work w/Best Buddies volunteers to make a friendship bracelet, a friendship message, and take home one for a friend
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
31-21
Face painting
BizGym/Lemonade Alley
TZ4-9, TZ4-10, TZ4-11, TZ4-20, TZ4-21
Live workshops with lemonade teams and mentors preparing K-12 students for a hands-on kid’s business challenge thru lecture and hands-on activities
Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi
31-3
Our booth will be teaching and talking about kid’s class yoga. Our specially designed mind body exercises will deepen a child's mind body connection, improve focus, concentration, self-confidence, and cooperation with others.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Hawaii
15-7
Shrimpin' ain't easy! Visit Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and try your hand at a shrimp toss game. See if you can get three shrimp into the bucket and win a prize. Pick up a complimentary reading calendar or coloring sheet.
Bulls Soccer Clubs
28
We set up and staff 2 inflatable futsal soccer fields. Bulls Soccer Club coaches and academy age players engage and play soccer with the children participating in the activity. We set up 2 inflatable futsal fields to separate the younger players from older. We also set up a table with tents to answer questions about the activity. Our players/coaches arrive throughout the day as they are coming from their games at the Waipio Soccer Complex.
Chaminade University of Honolulu
15-9
Health education information for children (promoting healthy eating, physical activity, and safety) - educational flyer, survey, games, and activities. 2. Chaminade University School of Nursing info (program and admission info) - program flyers, giveaway items
City & County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation
15-11, 15-12
Make and take arts and crafts. Children will be able to make one or two projects and take home with them.
Community Case Management Corp
21-3, 21-4
Dental educational game on the importance of oral hygiene
Compassion International
31-22
Have a display with pictures, possible video on computer of Compassion's work in 26 countries around the world. Primarily promoting a walk on March 4 2017. Will also have a coloring station with crayons for children.
DCCA - Office of the Securities Commissioner
TZ4-1
Will promote the LifeSmarts and Investor Education Program. We will have FREE materials, booklets and giveaways for the students as well as adults plus an interactive game to test their consumer skills
Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
TZ4-2
The DCCA will have free information on consumer fraud and conduct a quiz to help consumers determine if they are consumer wise.
DigiToons Hawaii
32-1
Caricature Art - Drawing of people's characters and free drawing guidance for keiki (supplies available)
Executive Kiwanis Club of Honolulu
15-17
Craft Activity
Executive Office on Early Learning
33-2
Let’s Play: Constructive Toys - manipulatives that encourage problem solving, reasoning, and creativity. Let’s Read Together - good books for young children (and grown-ups too!). A sample of quality literature for young children that offer interactive talk opportunities for adults and children
Family First Solar
31-5, 31-6
Educate the public about our cool learning campaign where they will receive information, watch/hear video testimonies, and participate in fun activities regarding solar power and helping every school in Hawaii to receive a solar powered AC unit so students can focus and excel in their classrooms
Family Hui Hawaii
32-2
Children will decorate and create a luggage tag
Family Programs Hawaii
31-8
Interactive learning activities and games (i.e. Answering questions, tic-tac-toe). Agency display board with information on what our agency does and ways that the community can get involved (volunteering, donating, sponsorships)
Financial Reality Foundation
TZ4-3, TZ4-4, TZ4-5, TZ4-6, TZ4-7, TZ4-8, TZ4-13, TZ4-14, TZ4-15, TZ4-16, TZ4-17, TZ4-18
Students will visit various booths getting a feel for what it is like to budget in real-life. They will be provided with a budget worksheet and at each booth students will purchase items like a car, a house, groceries, personal needs and even entertainment.
Fire Up Your Feet
15-23
Kids and adults can drop by the booth anytime throughout the day to engage in a variety of fun physical activities, including yoga, dance and aerobics. Each activity will take less than 5 minutes, requires no props or previous experience, and is appropriate for most ages (5-95). Parents of children in grades K-8 will also have the opportunity to log physical activity on the Fire Up Your Feet Activity Tracker. This October, schools across Hawaii can earn cash awards for tracking any and all types of physical activity, any time of day, and participation is free, simple and easy!
Friends of the Missing Child Center-Hawaii
31-14
Volunteers will be putting together Keiki ID Kits
GEICO
21-10
Enter to win a $200 VISA Gift Card and get some free GEICO swag at the booth. We will also have a product/services brochure for folks to take if they want and plan to have our inflatable Gecko next to the booth for kids to take pictures next to
HAIS- Hawaii Association of Independent Schools
33-8
Hands-on craft activity for children ages 3-12. We will also have giveaways at the booth.
Hamada Financial Group, LLC
31-13
Free Keiki ID
Hawaii Aerospace Office
Chamber Level
Aerospace in Hawaii 8x10 ft. "popup" display highlighting programs supported through our State Office of Aerospace Development
Hawaii Behavioral Hawaii
33-11
We will be providing an arts and crafts activity for youth.
Crafts will include bookmarker making and bead bracelet making
Hawaii Council on Economic Education (HCEE)
TZ1-6
Economic financial literacy games for teens
Hawaii Energy
GZ-3
Educational: Energy conservation and efficiency programs; spin the wheel game, soloar water heater demo unit, interactive activity to spon/crank the wheel to generate electricity
Hawaii Heart Foundation
31-7
CPR Training
Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative
GZ3-1
To educate by promoting and assist in the reforestation of Hawaii forest with endemic Hawaiian species of trees and plants that originally grew in such locations, sharing the knowledge of watershed protection and expansion of critical habitat for native species; to accomplish the mission in a way that enhances the understanding of the integral relationship between the Hawaiian culture, tradition, and history with the resource management of the endemic Hawaiian forest
Hawaii Princess for a Day
15-10
We will be coloring and tattoo glitter
Hawaii Self-Advocacy Advisory Council (SAAC)
31-11
SAAC's booth theme is Be A Friend, Stop Bullying. Participants will play a friendship game, make a friendship lollipop and sign a poster board that states "Be A Friend, Stop Bullying".
Hawai'i Speech-Language-Hearing Association
33-4
Out theme will be Dr. Seuss and we will be targeting phonological awareness and literacy. We'll have a red fish, blue fish fishing game to target rhyming and picture identification and also a photo booth
Hawaii State Library System
21-7, 21-8
Hawaii State Public Library System Staff will be providing various crafts for young children and a literacy related guessing game.  Information about the many services offered by the library system, will also be available.
Hawaii Youth Services Directory
21-1
Children will decorate heart-shaped fans to take home.
Hawaiian Community Asset
TZ4-19
Hawaiian Community Assets is a non-profit and HUD approved financial education and housing counseling agency. We will be providing hands-on activities and games that will engage the children in learning about financial literacy. HCA would also like to participate in the financial reality game with all other organizations within the financial zone
Hawaiian Humane Society
15-19
The Hawaiian Humane Society will host an educational activity at the booth as well as provide educational materials regarding our programs, services and opportunities for youth to get involved. This will be led by our education intern.
Hawaii Pacific University
31-23, 31-24
There will be four booths where children will play games t help them learn about healthy eating and exercise. Children will have opportunities to measure salt, sugar, and fat while they guess how much of each are in common eating foods and snacks. Children will also learn about portion size through a design your own meal interactive game. While children are waiting to participate in the nutrition activities they will be encouraged to see how long they can hula hoop. There will be prizes for children participating in the various activities.
Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking
TZ24A-5
We will screen our short films and organize activities related to the field of animation, such as flip-books and stop motion.
Healthy Hawaii Youth
20
Healthy Hawaii Youth is a partnership of various agencies with the goal of Strengthening families and Preventing Underage Drinking and Restricting Access of Marijuana to Teens, along with how to keep youth safe on the internet. Activities will include the following for children, teens, and parents: hands-on experiences, face painting, promotion of the protective factors, family safety, interviewing on camera, "@25" exhibit with binge drinking goggles, a McGruff bean bag toss. Booths will be led and run by teens.
HI529 - Hawaii's College Savings Plan
TZ15-1
We will pass out information on the college savings plan, as well as give away small novelties
HIDOE Community Engagement Office
31-4
Department of Education Community Engagement booth will provide information and activities representing numerous programs and resources. Fishing Pool game activity and prizes
Hina Mauka
TZ1-2
Prize wheel and impaired goggles activity
HMSA

33-9,

33-10

Healthy Keiki activities and prizes
Honolulu Chinatown Lions Club
TZ43
Working with Project Vision, will provide free vision screening and information during event
Honolulu Community Action Program
33-1
Clothes pin Magnet
Honolulu Family Magazine
21-17, 21-18

Honolulu Star Advertiser
NH1-4
Wheel and Games for keiki to win candy/prizes. iPads for kids to see Star-Advertiser Apps and Newspaper
Ho'ola Na Pua
TZ1-4
Ho'ola Na Pua is renewal of trafficked girls through Health, Education, Advocacy and Reintegration. Our Starfish Mentor Program is one of our Health programs. We plan to have volunteers representing both. One activity will be an identity pledge where teens pledge to protect their identity when in public and when using social media and the interne
Hui Ho'omalu
31-10
Prize wheel spin giveaways
i9 Sports Association
22
Interactive sports toss games; Plinko Board with Prizes; flyer information and member sign-up.
International Hospitality Center
Roaming
Roaming students would be representing the International Hospitality Center, many in traditional dress from their countries, all with a sash indicating the country they represent, and many carrying globes to indicate to people with whom they speak Where their country is located, to speak a little about their country and cultures to those who stop to speak and would then be given a one page description of International Hospitality Center and some of the Fall projects coming up in which the public might want to participate. (Activity for Keiki to learn from)
I9 Sports
22
Throwing station for flag football, a hitting station for T-ball, and a soccer skill game.
Kaiser Permanente
16
Interactive booth activities featuring fitness and healthy nutrition and lifestyles.
Kalani High School Team Magma Robotics
Capital Auditorium
Oobleck non-newtonian fluid activities. Model Clay Boat: Participants will have a small amount of modeling clay to create a boat that will hold the most pennies possible. Can test in a tub of water
Kama‘aina Kids
40, TZ33, TZ37
Keiki can look forward to Arts & Crafts, Climbing Wall, and Rope-A-Phobia, while parents can sign-up for our eBlasts, check out our family outdoor activities and keiki parties! Check us out at Tent #40, between Punchbowl Street and Hawaii State Library Mauka side!
Kawaiahao Church School
33-5, 33-6
Plant take home vegetable seedlings and participate in art activities.
Keola O Ke Kai Canoe Club
TZ36
We will have a table with display and informational pamphlets on Outrigger Paddling Paddles and a Oc-1man Canoe to showcase. If possible we would like to bring a racing canoe (for activity) or a Koa canoe (display only)
Kokua Bikes USA LLC
TZ30
Children aged 2 and up can try a KOKUA LIKEaBIKE balance bike, learning and loving to ride, propelling themselves with their own two feet!
Kumon North America
21-5, 21-6
Roll'em (guest will roll large dice in a jar and pick a prize according to the number they fell on; Kumon Number Board (guests will put numbers on a number board in order 1-50 and will get a prize
Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
15-18
Will provide crafts for children and legal information for parents and adults
Leeward Kenpo Karate Association
21-24
Martial arts booth: Participants punch/kick pads to get activity stamps CYD booklet/cards
Little Kahuna and da Menehune
Cultural
There will be characters walking around. Also, at the booth there will be different books that will be read to children. Also will be given 1 souvenir when they visit the tent - either key chain or pencil set
Living Art Marine Center
15-24
Learn about tropical fish and other ocean creatures in a hands-on and interactive way. Our booth features live tropical fish salt water aquariums, tide pool animals to look at and touch, and Gyotoku fish printing on paper
L.O.L.A. Foundation (Living Our Lives Agape)
31-1
Distribution of education material for parents to discuss with youth and families’ alternatives to getting in a car with someone who is under the influence of drugs/alcohol. Kids will have opportunity to sign a pledge to make healthy life choices and "Live Life Agape" before they jump into bouncy house and venture though the obstacle course!
Lowriders Pride Car Club Hawaii
TZ45
Display 10 lowrider cars; passing out a drug/alcohol free information to parents/kids
Marimed Foundation
TZ15-1

McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii
26, 26A
McDonald's Restaurants of Hawaii Happy Meal Tent will include keiki activities, apple slices, Go-Gurt and free giveaways.
Meadow Gold Dairies/AYSO
23
Meadow Gold Dairies and AYSO Hawaii have partnered to bring you the Big Foot Challenge. Test your kicking speed in the AYSO Hawaii's Big Foot kicking cage to see how fast you can kick a soccer ball! And if you can match or exceed the speed of your first kick you'll get a prize! Everyone who participates will receive a FREE TruMoo Chocolate milk.
Mental Health American of Hawaii
15-6
Decorate your Unicorn: Glitter/Markers/Coloring bubbles and other self-care and mindfulness stations. Playdough, jump rope, we will also provide info on trainings and surrounding mental health/safe spaces and local resources for crisis
MOA Hawaii

15-13, 15-4,

15-15

The children complete making a simple container for a flower arrangement. They then make their flowers to take home to beautify their home
Moanalua High School Softball
Cultural
Will be providing ukulele lessons to keiki
Moiliili Community Center
31-18
Wacky Hair
Moms in Hawaii
27
Moms in Hawaii will have a spin-the-wheel activity for children
Monsanto Hawaii
7
We will be distributing vegetable seedlings to attendees (peppers, tomato, cucumber), and entomology display - beneficial insects, butterflies, etc. Attendees may be able to handle caterpillars (depends on availability).  Display on various types of cover crops and those that attract beneficial insects, a vegetable display, and possibly an area for a photo op. We will need an area that we can erect a 20x40 tent the day before as well as close access for vehicle(s) to drop off items (seedlings 3000+, bales of hay, display items (tables, chairs, etc.)
Office Of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA's activity is a learning activity for children of all ages. We will urge parents to register to vote, while we have fun with our voting activity, in which children can vote for their favorite Hawaiian activity such as paddling, hula, or playing konane.
National Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Hawaii Chapter
33-12
Fun, interactive, and educational activities to promote good oral and dental health for children and families. Activity rewards available
New York Life Insurance

Keiki ID booth. This is a FREE service for the community. Our Keiki ID program is designed to help children of our community learn to be safe in the home, at play, or wherever they happen to be. As I mention this is a FREE service. The children are fingerprinted and photographed and 2 ID cards are created in a few minutes. In case of emergency the parents have an easy to find kit: the child’s photo, fingerprints, and other pertinent information needed by the police.
Oahu Kiwanis, Key Club and Circle K
9

Parent and Children Together
32-3
Education and Fun interactive activities to include lei making, bookmark making, coloring and more! Passing out PACT promotional materials as well.
Parents, Inc
31-19
Child safety questions on prize wheel for both keiki and adults. Child safety coloring, crossword and fill-in-the-blank activity. Super safe kid pledge and certificate
Parents for Public Schools of Hawaii
21-15
Children will be asked and draw what they love most about their school (or family) and what they would change to improve it. Parents will be asked to comment on what they love about their children's school and the concerns that they have. Children will place a pin on the map to show where their school is located
Partners in Development Foundation - Ka Paalana
32-6
2 large sensory tables featuring goop. We will also be doing a Make and Take activity with the goop, allowing the keiki to make their own goop (using school glue and stay-flo) to take home. Will also have information about various services we provide through our program, Ka Pa'alana including preschool, home visits, outreach and parent education to the Wai'anae and Kaka'ako communities.
Planned Parenthood
TZ1-5
We will be promoting the Teen Council opportunity which is a peer led sexual health program. Teens become peer educators and teach others in the community responsible sec ed. We will have a spin wheel with sexual health questions and prizes such as stickers, wrist bands, and candies. We will also provide pamphlet with sexual health information and free condoms.
Play-Well TEKnologies
21-11, 21-12
As a LEGO Engineering program for students K-8th, we teach S.T.E.M. through the use of LEGO while also focusing on principles in Architecture, Art, Design and Physics.  Our booth will be highly interactive, we will have a motorized LEGO battle monorail, were kids will get to customize their machine to "joust" their opponent off the rail.  We will also have tower building/free build area as well as some awesome pre-built projects which we build in our classes that the kids can interact and play with.  We will also have a free LEGO raffle give away. 
Prevent Child Abuse
33-7
Wheel of Fortune Game. Can we request an "end table" - this activity often times creates a line. It could crowd if we are in the center
Prevented Suicide Hawaii Taskforce
TZ1-3
Interactive activities to bring awareness to youth and adults/parents/families regarding suicide prevention, including warning signs and community resources (including mental health resources). Examples of activities planned include a trivia game, videos, and creation of a personalized resource card.
Project Shine 4 Youth/Models 808
TZ24A, TZ24A-2
Arts and Crafts/Creative Face Paints. Vegan making make-up/non chemical/cancer free cosmetics fashion photography
Project Vision Hawaii/Lions Club/Ohana Health
TZ43
Keiki vision screening (with parent/guardian approval); Retinal screening
Rainbow Family 808

Interactive spinning wheel for dietary and health facts @ appropriate ages
Read To Me International
15-16
Book-related craft (to be determined)
Research Corporation for the benefit of UH John A Burns School of Medicine

Inform and educate on neurotrauma injuries-brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury-and the Hawaii Neurotrauma Registry using knowledge games, memory retention exercises and trivia cards
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii RMHC
25
RMHC will have keiki activities, a wishing well, and information on the organization.
Salle Honolulu Fencing Club
TZ15-6
Here is your chance to fence Olympic style against your friend. No weight or age categories; dad or mom can fence their child of any age. Our replica swords are the same size as real Olympic swords, but lighter & safer. Please line up with your fencing partner and wait for your turn
Seagull Schools
33-3
Make and take visors and fans
Sex Abuse Treatment Center

Educational, interactive activities aimed at providing information to prevent sexual violence and encourage healthy, respectful relationships. We will be making pin wheels and have age appropriate Q&A, prizes will be given out.
Sims Recycling Solutions
2
Free unlimited computer e-waste recycling open to business, non-profit and community. No TV's, alkaline batteries, tools, or household appliances.
Spike and Serve Club
TZ25
Volleyball on Grass
State Farm
21-19
We would have educational information for families (Life Insurance, Long Term Care, Auto Homeowners and Renters). We will have a Spin Wheel for everyone to be able to win small State Farm prizes and also have a sign-up box to win bigger prizes. Depending on availability we may have helium balloons to give our to kids as well
Storm Water Quality, City & County of Honolulu
TZ24A-4
Selected activity will be focused on educating youth about water pollution prevention and will promote volunteerism for Make a Difference Month this October
Susan G. Komen Hawaii
TZ15-2
Spinning wheel with breast health education questions with prizes for correct answers; giveaways
Susan Page Modeling

TZ15-3,

31-32

Sharing about acting and modeling, social graces, and meeting/taking photos with our pageant queens
Tails of Aloha
TZ46
Animal assisted therapy. We teach children how to approach dogs, pet a dog, care for a dog and read with a dog
Teach for America - Hawaii
21-22
We plan to share the work our teachers do in schools on O'ahu and Hawai'i Island. We'd like to giveaway removable Teach for America tattoos. And, we wish to encourage kids (and parents!) to share stories about their favorite teacher(s). Folks will be able to write short notes that we will post in our booth, share on twitter and other social media as we post about the event. In return, we'll give a piece of candy for kiddos/parents to enjoy!
The Children's Alliance of Hawaii
TZ15-7
Coloring bookworm bracelets and bookmarks
The Guinea Show (Katalyst Kreations, LLC)
31-15
The Guinea Show is an innovative and cute educational video series that inspires young children 2 - 7 to eat fruits and vegetables.

Children can watch short videos, color, and engage with other paper activities about fruits and veggies.
The Plaza Assisted Living
21-2
"It’s Just Aging” is a charming children’s picture book that encourages intergenerational relationships and teaches youth about the benefits and challenges of growing up. Stop by The Plaza Assisted Living’s booth to pick up an “I Love My Kupuna” button, download a free e-book of “It’s Just Aging,” and participate in sensory activities to promote aging sensitivity.
The Queen's Medical Center
39
Car seat and seal belt-fit checks for keiki from newborn-age 12. Plus, 50 free helmets for keiki who have their seats checked (supplies are limited! Come early for the best selection).
United Nations Association - Hawaii
TZ15-4, TZ15-5
Sustainability projects - implement the united nation (UN) recently adopted SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) thru interactive projects.
United States Pageant
21-16
Kids will be painting homemade magnets they can bring home
United State Tennis Association
TZ26
Mini tennis court teaching basic tennis skills-fun games-bumpup: rally. Ages 4 and up. JTT players work with children to play tennis in interactive booth.
University of Hawaii of Astronomy
34
Informational display on UH Institute for Astronomy research, education, telescope, etc. Viewing of sun through specially filtered telescopes.
Usborne Books and More!
31-20
To educate by promoting and assist in the reforestation of Hawaii forest with endemic Hawaiian species of trees and plants that originally grew in such locations, sharing the knowledge of watershed protection and expansion of critical habitat for native species; to accomplish the mission in a way that enhances the understanding of the integral relationship between the Hawaiian culture, tradition, and history with the resource management of the endemic Hawaiian forest. We will have story time, make book markers and character books as well.
Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii
TZ1-1
Provide legal information regarding free legal services offered by Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii, a 501©(3) organization, conduct Intake services. The booth will also have interactive "Justice Trivia" game with prizes for kids and adults.
YMCA Camp Erdman

21-13,

21-14

Battle Sticks. Each child holds a stick in front a vertically and moves to the left or right depending on the instructions called. They let go of the stick and attempt to grab the other person's stick before it falls
YMCA of Honolulu
31-16, 31-17
Reading to children, kite making - to promote outdoor time/play active, nutrition game/crafts to promote healthy food choice
Youth Challenge
TZ24-B
Children will decorate heart shaped fans to take home.


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