Sakura 4-H Clubs ~The Clover Report

The Clover Corner

Aloha Girls: Grades 1-2
Leader: Farron Cabral

Lōkahi Girls: Grades 3-4
Leaders: Sammy Takamura & Farron Cabral

Malama Dolphins: Grade 5
Leaders: Emi Orikasa & Jill Maki`i

What is 4-H? 4-H is a nationally recognized program aimed at providing life skills and community engagement amongst our youth that also promotes leadership skills and provides opportunities for lifelong learning and friendships. Through hands-on learning, our members gain confidence in public speaking and build positive relationships. 4-H stands for: Head, Heart, Hands, and Health and are the cornerstones of the program.

4-H motto: “To Make the Best Better.”

4-H Club pledge: “I pledge ... My Head to clearer thinking, My Heart to greater loyalty, My Hands to larger service and My Health to better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world.

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Aloha Girls: In late January, Aloha Girl's 4-H group got to use the "Hands" piece of 4-H. The girls made or helped to make their very own haku leis. The girls had to use their fine motor skills and concentration to braid together the beautiful flowers and foliage. Huge mahalo to Krystle Beauchamp and the Beauchamp 'ohana for hosting our 4-H get together!

Lōkahi Girls: In February the Lōkahi Girls made and delivered over 90 Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches to a Cup of Cold Water. The girls enjoyed working as a team and added a little message. They also met with Marilynn Hirashima who talked to the girls about the origins of their service and why and what they do for the community. The girls look forward to this newfound relationship and how they can continue to help. Thank you to Marilynn and Cup of Cold Water for your time and opportunity for the girls to spread some goodness.

Malama Dolphins: The Malama Dolphins have 6 members who are 5th graders from Pōmaika’i Elementary, Kahului Elementary, and St. Anthony School. Their project theme this year is outdoor adventures, which includes camping, learning about the environment, and participating in various outdoor activities. They kicked off the new year with a fun camping adventure at Waihee Refuge, immersing themselves in the area's history and native plants. They bonded over preparing dinner, enjoyed swimming in the river, and shared ghost stories late into the night. They look forward to their next camping adventure

As the Community Temple, we are here to serve both temple members and non-members alike. We are today, a 21st century organization