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Molokai Earth Day Celebration

TNC Molokai News Release

The 2017 Molokai Earth Day Celebration, the 25th annual event, focuses on climate change. The 2017 theme is, “Huliau Ka Honua I Ka Ma`ino Kanaka, Mankind is the cause of climate change that leads to destruction,” clearly states that we (mankind) are the cause of climate change. The event will be held on Friday, April 21 at the Mitchell Pauole Center from 5 to 9 p.m.

All the event exhibitors will provide information, awareness and examples of how we (mankind) can slow down and decrease the effects of climate change. We will even have a panel of Scientists who will be able to answer question about climate change, which is happening as we speak. Like past Molokai Earth Days, there will be great stage entertainers, `ono food, Earth Day tee shirts and many learning experiences for your entire family.

The annual event is co-sponsored by the County of Maui, The East Molokai Watershed Partnership and The Nature Conservancy (TNC)’s Molokai Program. The annual event is planned and organized by an Earth Day Committee made up of partners and volunteers from various organizations, agencies and schools in our community, and is funded through donations from our generous Molokai businesses. Stage prizes are also donated from community organizations, conservation agencies and local vendors. Please come to our 25th Anniversary Molokai Earth Day, a great family event. E Komo Mai!

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