Join us for Campus Beautification (Beatification) Day
Saturday, July 31, 2021 • 8:30 am – 11:00 am
What does beatification mean?
transitive verb. 1 : to make supremely happy. 2 Christianity : to declare to have attained the blessedness of heaven and authorize the title "Blessed" and limited public religious honor.
Example: After the work is done…the campus will be supremely happy and all those who participate will be considered Blessed!
3 Primary Zones of Focus:
Zone 1) Punahou Parking Lot – Rake/Sweep Leaves and Monkey Pods, Pick Up and Dispose of Trash (Supervisor: Jon Fujita)
Zone 2) Sanctuary & Atherton Chapel – Vacuum Carpet Areas, Sanitize / Wipe Down Pews, Fog Venue (Supervisor: Cory Taylor)
Zone 3) Preschool Exterior – General Weeding, Raking Leaves, Removing Dead Areca Palm Fronds and Other Branches / Debris (Supervisor: Robinson Fredrick)
Bring work gloves, wear comfortable clothes, if you have favorite tools (broom, rake, etc.) please feel free to bring them as we have a limited number of tools available (we lots of trash bags).