All welcome! Please join us this Sunday October 29, 2017
Niumalu Park Pavilion
BAYADA Home Care will collaborate with Mālama Hulēʻia’s Aloha ʻāina initiatives in removing invasive species such as the guinea and ʻopae grass and plant native plants at the Pūʻali wetland restoration project site.
Mark Baiada, founder of BAYADA Home Care, recently celebrated his birthday and transitioned out of leadership. This symbolizes a new beginning for the BAYADA organization into a new era. They were encouraged to plant a tree to commemorate and symbolize this change. To give this transition a rooted meaning, they will commemorate the transition through the Mālama Hulēʻia project and by planting Native Hawaiian trees to restore Hulēʻia’s waterways and natural habitat.
Just as BAYADA loves to serve with compassion, excellence, and reliability, they also strive to provide help to those in need so they can live with dignity in the comfort of their homes.
Studies show that life longevity and health correlates to the quality of the environment wherein a person is healing. What better way to symbolize their work through a project that does the same for all who live in the Hulēʻia area, right in the heart of Līhuʻe.
President and Founder of Kupua`e, Past Executive Director of Leadership Kaua`i, and current Council Member At-Large of the County of Kaua`i – Mason Chock will lead us into a brief introduction to the history of the Mālama Hulēʻia project and then demonstrate the cultural meaning of the work with which we will participate.
`A ohe lokomaika`i i nele i ke pana`i
No kind deed has ever lacked its reward – ʻōlelo noʻeau