Be A Jerk

Jerks in Action: Calendar April & May 2012

Jerks in Maui are not staying silent about easy alcohol accessibility in the community. A community-wide change needs to happen now, especially in light of what happened in Maui with a deadly car crash involving drunk driver who was supposed to be the responsible adult. Below are the community events that will help bring the Be a Jerk message to the adults in Maui in the months of April and May 2012. Please contact for more information. Join us. Be a Jerk. Save lives.

Community Empowerment Murals (April 1 - May 31)
Focusing on Be a Jerk theme, empowerment murals will be created at Pomaikai Elementary, Lahaina Intermediate, Molokai High and Middle School and Lanai Elementary. Also participating are the Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Community Work Day Programs.

Proclamation (April 2) in Wailuku
Mayor Alan Arakawa officially proclaims April as Alcohol Awareness Month for the County of Maui.

AKAKU Mayor Talk Show (April 3) in Kahului
Mayor Alan Arakawa will do a Public Service Announcement on Be A Jerk, reminding adults not to give alcohol to anyone under 21.

Worksite Wellness Fair (April 5 at 10am – 2pm) at the Kalana O Maui County Building in Wailuku
A community fair where the Be a Jerk message will be shared; hosted by the Department of Housing and Human Concerns.

Sticker Shock (April 11 and 18)
Maui Economic Opportunity youth will place stickers on beer pack to warn adult customers NOT to give alcohol to anyone under 21.

Keiki Fest (April 14) in Wailuku
Presenting an informational booth on Be a Jerk campaign; hosted by the Department of Housing and Human Concerns.

Molokai Earth Day (April 20) in Kaunakakai, Molokai
A community event where information on Be A Jerk campaign will be shared; Hui Aloha 58, Hui Hookupono.

Island-wide store checks (April 1-30) in Molokai
An on-going compliance checks to ensure less visibility of alcohol for youth; Hui Aloha 58, Hui Hookupono

Be a Jerk week (April 16-21) in Maui
Presented by Ke Hale A Ke Ola

Be A Jerk Banner project (April 21) in Maui
Presented by Maui Economic Opportunity.

Be A Jerk Sign Waving and Car Wash (April 28) in Maui
Presented by Maui Economic Opportunity.

I Love Me Alcohol and Drug Free (April) in Kihei
Pledge signing and sign waving by Kihei Youth Center.

National Institute of Health, Media Smart Youth curriculum (March 1 – May 11)
Presented by Hui Malama Learning Center.

First Friday (May 4 at 6 – 9pm) in Wailuku Town
Be A Jerk Campaign activities, hosted by Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.

Teen Expo (May 25) in Maui
Hosted by the Boys and Girls Club.