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Youth sports group thanks Rep. Flores for new gate at Koblerville gym

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THE CNMI Rollers Basketball Association thanked Rep. Joseph Flores for fixing the fence and installing a new gate at the Koblerville gymnasium.

The basketball court at the gym is operated and maintained by  the Rollers, a sports organization that trains young basketball enthusiasts on island. The gate and fence of the facility were damaged by Super Typhoon Yutu.

Rep. Joseph Flores, third right, poses with Rollers Basketball Association president Juan Dela Cruz, second right, and vice president Norris Kwon, near the newly installed gate at the Koblerville gymnasium. Also in photo are  Flores’ office staffer Emily Aldan, campaign chair Martin Dela Cruz, Rollers Ervin Villarin, Keoni Dela Cruz and Eric Atalig. Photo by Emmanuel T. Erediano

Rollers president Juan Dela Cruz said they reached out to Flores for assistance in rehabilitating the gym.

“The rehabilitation project began a while back,” Dela Cruz said. “Rep. Joe Flores…assured us that once he was done with the rehabilitation of the San Antonio basketball court, he would help us fix the Koblerville basketball court.”

Dela Cruz added, “We thank him so much for his assistance in helping us get this done. The gate is brand new and the fences are up.”

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