Saipan Alliance Lions Club provides front-line staff with healthy food

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THE Saipan Alliance Lions Club on Sunday distributed 98 care packages to the front-liner staff of the Commonwealth Health Center and the Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services.

Club president Danny Robles said the care packages distributed on Sunday contained healthy snacks including orange, apple, banana, rice crackers, energy bars, cookies, and water. 

Members of the Saipan Alliance Lions Club distribute healthful care packages to the front-line staff at the Susupe fire station.

Robles said the club members wanted to cheer up the front-line staff who are risking their safety to prevent the spread of Covid-19 on island.

He thanked club vice-president Bhiya Canadalla for initiating the distribution effort.

Zone chairman Al Cabael said they are thankful to be given the opportunity to help and assist the front-line staff even in a small way.

Care packages were distributed by members of the Saipan Alliances Lions Club to the front-line staff at the Commonwealth Health Center. Contributed photos

“I hope that this pandemic crisis will be over soon,” he added.

Among those who helped in the distribution of care packages were Cabael, club president-elect Anna Cabael, club secretary Donna Fronda, club members Len Angello and Dhorie Broncano, and Region 2 chairwoman Annamae Adaza.

The Saipan Alliance Lions Club is also grateful to the donors, including C&R Corporation and Kauila Enterprises as well as club members.

To learn more about the Lions Clubs, call Danny Robles at 287-5374 or Donna Fronda at 285-5180 or visit







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