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Month of March proclaimed Multiple Sclerosis Month

From Tiffany Collins

The month of March has been proclaimed as "Multiple Sclerosis Month," in Columbia, Kentucky, as the result of a proclamation issued by Mayor Hoots. The proclamation notes in part that it wants to raise awareness of the disease and its symptoms, bring advocacy to those affected by the disease, and to educate the public.

The Proclamation reads:

Multiple Sclerosis Month
City of Columbia
March, 2024
  • Whereas, we want to recognize Multiple Sclerosis Month in Columbia, Kentucky;
  • Whereas, we want to raise awareness of the disease and its symptoms;
  • Whereas, we want to bring advocacy to those affected by the disease;
  • Whereas, we want to educate the public;
  • Therefore, in the City of Columbia, Kentucky, March, 2024, has been proclaimed as Multiple Sclerosis Month.
Pamela Hoots, Mayor

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Month of March proclaimed Multiple Sclerosis Month

2024-03-13 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Tiffany Collins.
Mayor Hoots is shown with Jennifer Sebastian at the signing of a proclamation naming March as Multiple Sclerosis Month in Columbia, Kentucky.

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