In case youmissed it…

➥ The fitness area in the garage got a facelift! The Center expanded with its reconfigution on the mauka side of the parking structure.

➥ Pop into the Logo Shop to see the new look and find new items such as seasonal t-shirts, special- ty event apparel, OCC tumblers, luggage tags, OCC’s The First 100 Years book and so much more. Shop Manager Lana Osgood and her team will greet you with a smile and provide exceptional service. ➥ In the last couple of weeks, the beach has been replenished with just over 20 tons of sand, with even more than that added to the volleyball courts. “Members of the Buildings & Grounds Committee, as well as members of the Volleyball Committee, deserve huge kudos for steering the sand replenishment project to completion. Both areas look great and will be enjoyed by athletes and beachgoers for years to come!” assured GM Tyler Roukema.

Kim Smith, Whitney McCallum and Leah Freeman donning their vintage dresses they bought from Kaimuki Lei Stand, their looks complete with pikake lei and orchid and pikake hair clips.

➥ December kicked off the first practice of the 2022 volleyball season. Paddling season started April 1, with teams training along the Ala Wai Canal. Many paddlers are preparing for the beloved Macfarlane Regat- ta, which is back after a two-year hiatus. Here’s what else you can look forward to in the next few months:

Saturday, May 21: Club Jam Saturday, May 28: OCCDS Invitational Swim

Saturday, June 4: 10th Scratchfest Paddleboard Relay Saturday, June 18: Surf Jam (pending surf conditions) Monday, July 4: Walter J. Macfarlane Regatta

Visit to see more photos from the 100th Club L ū ‘au!

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