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Community volunteer adds Koblerville pavilion to his cleanup list

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COMMUNITY volunteer Max Aguon has included a pavilion at Tottotville in Koblerville to his list of areas and facilities that he cleans up and maintains each week.

He also picks up trash from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio all the way to Micro Beach in Garapan.

On Saturday, he collected 920 pounds of trash, mostly picnic leftovers, including empty water bottles, beer cans, and paper plates.

 

 

Community volunteer Max Aguon has included this pavilion in Koblerville on his list of areas and facilities to clean up and maintain each week. Contributed photo

At the Chalan Kanoa  cemetery on Sunday, he picked up 820 pounds of trash.

At Micro Beach, members of the Emon Lodge 179 under the leadership of Worshipful Master Joel I. Subang joined him in a cleanup drive.

Aguon thanked U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, Sen. Sixto Igisomar and Juan “Shine” Tenorio for providing water and refreshments during his cleanup rounds.

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