Winter 2011 - Cover Story
As ‘Iolani students, they learned the great value in helping others and contributing to worthwhile causes. Now as alumni, members of ICAN strive to build on ‘Iolani’s philosophy of fostering academic excellence and personal growth by providing avenues and opportunities for learning, social development, and active citizenship through service with the wider community. Past ICAN projects include cleaning Kawainui Marsh in windward O‘ahu, Waimea Valley on O‘ahu’s North Shore, and Lualualei on the Waianae Coast. For more information, or to get involved with ICAN, contact Brent Kakesako ’03 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Walden Au '03 (email@example.com).
Then, the spirit of community service rippled throughout the world’s different time zones.
For this issue of the ‘Iolani School Bulletin, coordinators from each region sent in photos and thoughts on how “One Day, One Team” not only made a difference, but strengthened the ‘Iolani bond through camaraderie, fellowship and a sense of purpose. ‘Iolani no ka oi. ‘Iolani gives back.