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Make-A-Difference Day, Hawaii
On Sunday October 20, the Sukyo Mahikari Hawaii Center participated in the 2013 Make-A-Difference Day activities of Hawaii by cleaning part of the Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu, Hawaii. Twenty-two members gathered at 8 o’clock in the morning and picked up trash at the large, municipal beach park located next to Waikiki beach and within walking distance of the Honolulu Center.
Members focused on cleaning one major area of the park called Magic Island, frequented by many picnickers, beachgoers, and early morning walkers, all enjoying being in the outdoors. The morning was slightly overcast with no rain and relatively still cool for the day. After offering a prayer and spiritual realm purification (the practice of radiating light energy to purify the environment and spiritual realm), with trash bags, rakes, and rubbish pickers in hand, members set out to fulfill their task. Several park users said, “Thank you for your service”. Some smiled and gave nods of gratitude. After one hour and collecting several bags of picnic trash (and cigarette butts and bottle caps), the activity was concluded.
In 2010, Sukyo Mahikari Hawaii volunteered for litter cleanup at the Ala Moana Beach Park as part of the City and County of Honolulu’s Adopt-A-Park Program to help keep the city beautiful and clean. Members of the Hawaii center have been going to this park at least twice a year to pick up trash.

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