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Renovation of Sugar Dock pavilion begins

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THE pavilion repair and renovation program of the Rotary Club of Saipan will enhance the beauty of Sugar Dock Beach, community volunteer Max Aguon said.

“It will continue to motivate us to serve our community,” he added as he thanked the leadership of club president Marcia Ayuyu and past president Greg Borja for initiating the project.

On Saturday, the club started repainting one of the dilapidated pavilions at Sugar Dock Beach, Aguon said.

Community volunteer Max Aguon poses with friends at Sugar Dock as they celebrate Father’s Day after his cleanup operation in the area.

  

Community volunteer Max Aguon and a friend pose at the Sugar Dock pavilion with Rotary Club of Saipan president Marcia Ayuyu. The club is renovating the pavilion.

 

 Max Aguon is about to drive a truck with a trailer full of trash and transport it to the transfer station in Lower Base. Contributed photos

For his part, Aguon said he and Gill Gabor joined other volunteers from Mount Carmel School, Rotaract and Interact in cleanup activities from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio to Micro Beach in Garapan from Friday to Sunday, which was also Father’s Day.

Aguon expressed his appreciation to DPA Car Mart for providing him a truck that he uses for his volunteer work.

“The truck is a great help in my regular cleanup drives,” he added.

 

 

 

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