Hawaii Fi-Do Visits 1st Grade

Marie and Charlene visited the first grade classroom today to share about the work of Hawaii Fi-Do.  Hawaii Fi-Do is dedicated to the mission of training assistance dogs that provide physical, psychological and therapeutic support for people who face the daily challenges of life with a disability other than blindness.  Marie introduces the class to her dog, Odi, who is a labradoodle.  Charlene shared Puff, a mini labradoodle, with the class and shared how each service dog is unique using their individual skills to help each person.  Thank you to Marie and Charlene!

Their presentation is part of the Hololani (One Mission) ministry here at Trinity.  Hololani seeks to connect church resources with the school, in this case connected people’s careers or ministry with educational presentations on campus.  So far Dan Seim shared about the culture of the Yupik people on St. Lawrence Island, Bill Harrison, a lawyer shared about the Bill of Rights and soon Lynden Nishi will share about the battle of Gettysburg.


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