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Pentecostal Missionary Church serves over 75 people in medical outreach

BECAUSE of the rainy weather on Sunday, the medical mission hosted by the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch) was held at the church in San Jose instead of the Minachom Atdao pavilion which was the original venue.

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Pentecostal Missionary Church (4th Watch) members and volunteers pose after the medical outreach held in celebration of the church’s 20th anniversary on Saipan.  Contributed photo

Pastor Claire Javillonar said they served over 75 individuals and provided 97 bags of giveaways.

“We rendered 157 services for free blood sugar checks, blood pressure checks, body massages, facial cleansings, and haircuts,” she said.

In addition, free counseling was provided by Raquel Yunting, Mark Tesero and Del Jumamil.

Javillonar said they will host another medical mission on Nov. 24 in celebration of Thanksgiving.

She thanked the sponsors and volunteers of Sunday’s medical mission: Triple J. Wholesale, Pacifica Insurance, Saipan Ice, Friendly Market, Twins Market, Marpac, Kautz Glass, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Maranatha Christian Store, PMCC (4th Watch) Rota Extension, Shiela Ballesteros, Chareese Ballesteros, Nikko Ilarde, Alvin Ilarde, Michelle Jane Ilarde, Terry Dingson, Julio Yap, Luz Domingo, Luis de Leon, Lin Muleta of the Marianas Eye Institute, Abbygale Muleta, Rhea Cuzon of Magic Touch Salon, Fernan Dingson, Francisco Javillonar, Marissa Magpoc, Malou Manglona, Arlyn Bautista, Erica Reyes, Edith Luamaug, Lowel Lumauag, Nancy Florentino, Nick Cafon Jr. , Lorna Alcala, Mags Yunting, Raennie Calunsag, Ronald de Leon, Rolly Bermiso, Rico Borromeo and Marlon Binuya.