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Community Bulletin

‘We remember them’

(Press Release) — The steering committee of the Compassionate Friends of Saipan has decided to close their organization.

OVR advisory

(Press Release) — The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, in partnership with the State Rehabilitation Council, invites the public to share comments regarding the updates/modifications to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Office Vocational Rehabilitation Services Portion of the 2016-2020 Unified State Plan.

General industry safety training

(Saipan Chamber of Commerce) — With the drastic increase of new development on our island, our businesses are experiencing an even more demanding consumer base. It is important to ensure safety at all times. Being safety oriented can help improve your employees’ morale, productivity, as well as keep your customers and visitors protected from harm.

Dolphin Club Saipan to hold free adult swim classes

(Press Release) — The Dolphin Club Saipan is holding free swimming classes for adults at the Guma Sakman (old 4-H Building at the Civic Center in Susupe.

VA benefits counselor visiting Saipan

(Press Release) — The U.S. Department of Veterans Benefits Administration will be visiting Saipan. A VA benefits counselor will be at the Saipan VA Outreach Clinic on Feb. 27, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The benefits counselor will be available to answer questions about benefits, and assist with the claim process.

Pacific Resiliency Fellows seeking emerging leaders in NMI and the Pacific region

(Press Release) — The Bureau of Environmental Quality and the Department of Lands and Natural Resources are encouraging interested members of the community to apply to the Pacific Resiliency Fellows through Kupu, Hawaii’s leading conservation and education organization.

Ethics presentation/filing of financial disclosure statements

(OPA) — The Office of the Public Auditor announces it will be conducting ethics presentations.

Capacity-building fishery scholarships

(Press Release) — U.S. Pacific Territories Capacity-Building Scholarships pay for college expenses to complete a fishery-science-related undergraduate or graduate degree at universities in Guam and Hawaii. Applicants must have completed or be in the process of completing their sophomore year in college and be U.S. citizens or nationals with strong ties to American Samoa, Guam or the CNMI.