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Saipan Centennial Lions Club adopts pavilion at Sugar Dock Beach

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THE Saipan Centennial Lions Club has adopted one of the pavilions at the Sugar Dock Beach to maintain and clean up regularly.

On Sunday, club president Araceli L. Lizama said they repainted the pavilion, repaired the barbecue grill, cleaned the surroundings and planted coconut trees in the area.

“We will continue our work next Sunday,” Lizama said, adding that the club is also planning to install bins for cigarette butts.

During their cleanup, she said, they picked up hundreds of cigarette butts.

 

Saipan Centennial Lions Club members pose after repainting one of the pavilions at Sugar Dock Beach on Sunday.

 

Saipan Centennial Lions Club members plant coconut trees at Sugar Dock Beach.

 

A Saipan Centennial Lions Club member removes overgrown vegetation near a pavilion at Sugar Dock Beach.

She thanked these  club officers and members who participated in the activity: Ruth Reyes, Hector Sevilla, Maria Javier, Michael Darrell Guirey, Juanito Sarmiento, Mario Buela, Alfredo Agsaulio, Ricardo Ortiz, Juvy Ortiz, Rosemarie Robediso, Carmen Japitana, Rosalinda Guevarra, Estrella Lontoc, and Jasminda Guiao.

“Our club members also contributed money for this project,” Lizama said, as she thanked all the donors for their generosity.

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