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Maui County Seeks Nonprofits for Kokua Fair Booths

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Kalana o Maui (Maui County Building) building. File photo by Wendy Osher.

Kalana o Maui (Maui County Building) building. File photo by Wendy Osher.

By Maui Now Staff

The Maui County Kokua Fair will be held on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in historic Wailuku Town, in front of the Kalana O Maui building, Maui County’s seat of government.

The free event will highlight “what makes Maui the best community in the world” by creating awareness about the various nonprofit groups offering services and resources in Maui County.

In addition to dozens of nonprofit booths, the event will include food trucks, local top entertainment, door prizes, a historical walking tour of Wailuku Town and a geocaching event that uses GPS navigation to find hidden treasures.

Sponsored by the County of Maui and coordinated by community leaders who The Maui News has recognized as “People Who Made A Difference,” the event’s mission is to foster a platform that makes services offered by community groups more accessible to residents and visitors alike.

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At the event, community groups can educate the public about their services, increase volunteer support, pursue donor participation and offer employment options to fair-goers.

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Booth space is limited. To reserve a 10-by-10-foot booth space (available to the first 50 registrants) or for more information, call Managing Director Keith Regan’s office at 270-7855.

The Kalana O Maui building is located at 200 S. High St.

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