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Posted on: March 1, 2022

Ukraine Solidarity Day proclamation reading and ceremony set for tomorrow at Kalana O Maui Building

The people of Maui County are invited to show their support for the people of Ukraine at 8 a.m. Wednesday, March 2, near the flag pole at the Kalana O Maui Building in Wailuku.

Mayor Michael Victorino will host a brief ceremony to proclaim Wednesday, March 2, as Ukraine Solidarity Day in Maui County.  Members of Maui County’s Ukrainian community will receive the proclamation after the reading.

“Many Maui Nui residents want to express their solidarity with the people of Ukraine,” explained Mayor Victorino. “Maui County residents join the rest of the world by demonstrating our support too. I invite those who can’t join in person, to join us in spirit with your prayers of aloha for the brave Ukrainian people.”

Following the proclamation reading, the Ukrainian flag will be raised and will fly in front of the County Building for the remainder of the day. In the evening, the building will be lit in blue and yellow -- the colors of the Ukrainian flag. The Kalana O Maui Building is located at 200 S. High Street in Wailuku.

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