Hawaii’s official Twitter account celebrated its birthday on December 31 with the hashtag “Happy 50th.”
“It’s not easy to celebrate a birthday that was born the same day as another, but we did it.
We were able to make it a celebration that we would want to be a part of,” said Kealia Williams, a communications consultant in Honolulu who was born on January 3, 1970.
“Happy birthday Hawaii.
We’ll live forever.”
The Hawaiian Birthday Party started in 2006 when a group of Honoluluans took to social media to request a party in honor of the state’s new Hawaiian citizen.
Hawaii has a population of approximately 9.3 million people, and the state has been celebrating its birthday since the mid-1970s.
The official Twitter hashtag, #HappyHawaii, has since grown to more than 100,000 tweets and more than 15,000 likes.
The celebration started in 2009 and now takes place on a Friday in Honolulu and a Sunday in Honolulu, with a big parade on Monday.
Williams was one of the first to celebrate Hawaii’s birth.
“I’m not sure why I was excited about it,” Williams said.
Williams is now a full-time communications consultant. “
I had this thought that maybe I could be a little bit of a celebrity and maybe someone would come along and help me, and that would be cool, and I thought that was cool.”
Williams is now a full-time communications consultant.
While Hawaii’s celebrations are not limited to its own citizens, the island has a long history with Hawaii’s state.
The first Hawaiian, Kailua, was born in 1837 and was the first Native Hawaiian born to become a citizen.
A group of Hawaiian men, known as the Kamehameha, founded the state of Hawaii in 1852.
In addition to its cultural traditions, Hawaii also celebrates New Year by creating a special “Happy Birthday” card that features the state in all of its glory.