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CK Manhoben Center hosts basic ukulele class

(Press Release) — A ukulele class was held at the Manhoben Center in Chalan Kanoa from Jan. 28 to Feb. 15, 2019.

The Commonwealth Council for Arts and Culture provided the ukuleles and sponsored the first week of the class.

Front  row: Tyler Monkeya, Tyrese Monkeya, Charity Selepeo, Jeff Pelaez, Beatrice Gross, Pheonix Gross and the instructor, Patrick Romolor. Second row:  Indigenous Affairs Director Roman Tudela, instructor Gus Litulumar, Kassy Selepeo. Jacris Selepeo, Samson Ilo, Miracel Calimag, Gabriel Pelaez, Pheonix Gross, and Kaikai Slepeo. A total of 17 students registered for the class; five were not in the photo.  Contributed photoFront row: Tyler Monkeya, Tyrese Monkeya, Charity Selepeo, Jeff Pelaez, Beatrice Gross, Pheonix Gross and the instructor, Patrick Romolor. Second row: Indigenous Affairs Director Roman Tudela, instructor Gus Litulumar, Kassy Selepeo. Jacris Selepeo, Samson Ilo, Miracel Calimag, Gabriel Pelaez, Pheonix Gross, and Kaikai Slepeo. A total of 17 students registered for the class; five were not in the photo. Contributed photo

The council would like to thank the Office Indigenous Affairs for sponsoring the second week of the class; the office of House Floor Leader John Paul Sablan for sponsoring the third week; and to the Office of the Youth Affairs for sponsoring the venue for the ukulele Class.

Thank you to the awesome staff of the CK Manhoben Center for providing a relaxing environment for the students.  And congratulations to the students for completing three weeks of basic ukulele lessons!