RPJ Paints Aiea High School

On Saturday, February 6, 2016 RPJ gathered to paint Aiea High School in support of their Adopt a School Day Project in 2015.

Painting Aiea High School’s buildings is one of the many ways RPJ gives back to the community.  It has been one of our more touching projects because Principal Kim is always right there with us painting and sweating the day through.  We donated paint supplies and paint for the project.  We would like to give a shout out and big Mahalo to Corey Haitsuka and his company for their continued generosity of paint.  Over the past sessions, RPJ was able to paint a few buildings, railings, doors and even got a little paint on ourselves.  RPJ is a great organization to be a part of.  In the upcoming years we hope to expand our involvement further with other schools and seeing how we can help.

RPJ would like to thank all of our volunteers that day, Cory Haitsuka for the paint donation and our project chair, Nicole Rodwell.

Contact us and find out how you can make a difference in your community because RPJ can help.

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About RPJ Hawaii

The Rising Phoenix Junior Chamber of Commerce (RPJ) is a leadership development organization for individuals ages 21-40. Members develop leadership skills through the planning and management of various projects and events in three key areas: community development, business development, and individual development. RPJ is one of nine chapters of the Hawaii Junior Chamber, and it is affiliated with the United States Junior Chamber and Junior Chamber International (JCI).
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