In The Past

Hau Bush Clean-Up Organized by summer students of Ewa Makai Elementary and in partnership                                         with Ewa Beach Lions Club and 808 Cleanup

May 19, 2018 - Hometown Hero Parade

Tu                 Tui Tagovailoa

May 18, 2018 - Bento Making for James Campbell High School                                 Project Grad  Participants                                      

Krispy Kreme Fundraiser

Graffiti Clean-Up at Renton Rd Bridge - Sept. 23, 2017

Ilima Intermediate Parking Lot Clean-Up  -040917

Oneula Beach Park Clean-Up

       August 11, 2018

Partnering with 808 Clean-Up

       James Campbell High School Leo Club

         JCHS LEOS - 2016

JCHS LEOS - 2015

                          Children's Christmas Party 2015

Oneula Beach Park Clean-up

(Hau Bush)

The Ewa Beach Lions Club has adopted Oneula Beach Park affectionately known as "Hau Bush" to local residents. The lions have regularly scheduled beach beautification and renovation events since 2009

Community Clean-Up


   Pickleweed Clean-up at bird sanctuary

   Barbers Point



   2014 Easter Bash at the Park



      Annual Chicken Sale Fundraiser - 2014







Every year Lion Sam Fisk organizes our Vision Screening Program. As the Ewa Beach Lions Club's Vision Screening Chairman, Lion Sam's responsibility is to manage the overall vision screening program for schools (public; private; preschools and elementary schools) located on the Ewa Plain. He trains volunteers in other Lions Clubs to provide this service in their areas. He is also the Lions Club Zone 50 Vision Screening Coordinator and he works cooperatively with the Kapolei City Lions Club and Project Vision Hawaii, (a non-profit foundation serving the vision needs of the elderly and youth).  He has trained various community Lions Clubs on how to organize a vision screening in their areas using a Plusoptix S12 portable autorefractor.  He also conducts vision screening training to the Learning Disability Association staff. During the 2015 - 2016 academic year 687 children received eye screening with 73 being referred for follow-up eye care. The number of schools serviced was 10. During the 2017 - 2018 academic year 1205 children were screened - 156 were referred for follow-up eye care.   In the 1st quarter of 2013 - 2014 year, 321 children have been screenedm, 30 were identified and recommended for follow up with their eye doctors.


Contact Us:
P.O. Box 2044
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
President: Lion Kurt Fevella
Mahalo to our supporters!
  • State of Hawaii 
Office of Community Service
  • Ewa Beach Lions Club Foundation
  • Ewa Beach McDonalds
  • Generators Hawaii
  • Paradise Lua
  • Grace Pacific Corp
  • State Farm - Ewa Beach

Community Partners

  •  JCHS Alumni Foundation

  • Ewa Beach Boys & Girls Club

  • Ilima Intermediate School

  • Pohakea Elementary School