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Family members, friends to join Max Aguon’s cleanup drive  

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COMMUNITY volunteer Max Aguon’s family members and friends will join him in cleaning up beach sites this Saturday.

He said his five children and five grandchildren will help him plant trees and pick up trash.

They will plant banana and coconut trees at Laolao Beach and collect trash from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio to Micro Beach in Garapan.

"I am very thankful that my family is joining me," Aguon said, adding that he would encourage other families to participate in the regular cleanup drive held over the weekend.

Aguon said his daughter Jingky has also donated a leaf blower for his community service.

 

Community volunteers Max Aguon and Gerry Agulto collect trash at public beaches over the weekend. Contributed photo

"That equipment is essential in cleaning the pavilions," he added.

During his cleanup on Aug. 29, Aguon collected 740 pounds of trash from Pakpak Beach to Micro Beach and the Chalan Kanoa  cemetery.

There's a lot of trash at the cemetery, particularly on the inner road, he noted.

"People should dispose of their trash properly,” he said.

On Sunday, another community volunteer, Gerry Agulto, helped him collect eight bags of trash at Laolao Beach.

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