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Food Distribution for Pā‘ia and Ha‘ikū residents on Thursday, April 23

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Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced that a food distribution will take place on Thursday, April 23, to provide bags of food to individuals in need that are impacted by COVID-19 in Pāʻia and Haʻikū.

Distribution will start at 10 a.m. and take place at the Old Maui High School campus.

Over 300 bags of produce and food will be available for Pāʻia and Haʻikū residents. Bags will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis.

Drivers must enter the Old Maui High School campus by accessing Holomua Road off of Hāna Highway and will exit onto Baldwin Avenue.

“We are working tirelessly to make sure food reaches those who have been impacted by COVID-19,” Mayor Michael Victorino said. “Please be courteous and allow those who have lost jobs and income to receive these donations, so they can feed their families during this difficult time.”

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County officials extended a special thangs to: VIP Foodservice, Island Movers, Maui County Farm Bureau, Mahi Pono, Friends of Old Maui High School, Maui Soda & Ice Works, Valley Isle Fellowship Pastor Stephen Kaneshiro, the Hawaiʻi National Guard and Maui Police Department.

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To date more than 2,000 bags of food and produce have been distributed to residents at distribution events across Maui County.

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