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Community volunteer will include Laulau Beach in cleanup routine

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COMMUNITY volunteer Max Aguon said besides Sugar Dock Beach in Chalan Kanoa, he will also maintain Laulau Beach.

On Saturday, he started cleaning up the Laulau Beach area and its two pavilions.

With another volunteer, Akiky Alexander, Aguon said they were able to collect four bags of trash.

“I had not visited Laulau Beach  for a long time, but now I want to maintain it regularly,” Aguon said.

Community volunteers Max Aguon, second right, and Akiky Alexander, second left, with Velma Palacios, left, and Marcia Calvo, right, during the cleanup drive at Laulau Beach. Contributed photo

At Laulau Beach, Velma Palacios and Marcia N. Calvo expressed appreciation for Aguon and Alexander’s cleanup campaign.

“They were very happy to learn that we will regularly clean the area,” Aguon added.

On Saturday and Sunday, he said they also picked up trash from Pakpak Beach in San Antonio to Micro Beach in Garapan, collecting a total of 2,700 lbs. of trash.

He thanked Sen. Sixto Igisomar and Juan “Shine” Tenorio for providing refreshments and encouraging Aguon and Alexander to continue their community service.

 

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