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Rotary Club to adopt another beach pavilion

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ROTARY Club of Saipan president Marcia Ayuyu said they will adopt another beach pavilion, this time in the Sugar Dock area.

“I want to thank all the board members for agreeing to do this,” she said, adding that the club has successfully adopted a beach pavilion in San Jose.

Ayuyu said they decided to adopt another pavilion due to the clamor of community members.

“They are asking me to take care of the pavilion [at Sugar Dock] because no one is taking care of it,” she said. “The pavilion is at a nice location, but it’s just not clean.”

She said many residents, including children, use the pavilion.

Rotary Club of Saipan president Marcia Ayuyu takes a selfie with the field personnel of the Saipan mayor’s office while on lunch break at the San Jose beach pavilion.

This is the pavilion at Sugar Dock that Rotary Club of Saipan is planning to adopt. Contributed photos

 “During graduation day, families celebrate there and they have food on the table and it breaks my heart to see that table and the surroundings are not clean,” she said.

Ayuyu said her term as club president will expire this month, but she and the other Rotarians will continue to maintain the pavilions they have adopted.

“I know our incoming president, Sonya [Dancoe], will make sure to carry on the responsibility,” Ayuyu said.

“We are here for the community and we are proud Rotarians in what we do,” she added.

On Thursday, Ayuyu said she was in San Jose and talked with the field personnel of the Saipan mayor’s office who were having their lunch break at the pavilion adopted by the Rotary Club.

“It makes me happy and proud that our club is able to give something that benefits the community,” she said.

 

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