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McDonald’s Guam treats young NMI baseball players to breakfast

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McDONALD’S Saipan owner/operator Marcia Ayuyu said they invited members of the CNMI U15 National Team to have breakfast at their branch in Tamuning, Guam on Wednesday.

Members and coaches of the CNMI U15 national team pose for a photo at McDonald’s Tamuning on Guam where they were treated to breakfast by the management on Wednesday.  Contributed photo

Ayuyu, who is also president of Saipan Rotary Club, said they are thankful for the CNMI team and its coaches for working hard in the Oceania Qualifier on Guam for the 2020 U15 Baseball World Cup.

The winner of the tournament will advance to the 2020 U15 Baseball World Cup in Tijuana, Mexico.

“I wish them luck as they continue to do their best. Sports is a great way to stay healthy and strong,” Ayuyu said.

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