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Rotary airport sign vandalized

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THE  Rotarians’ airport sign has been vandalized and its lights stolen.

“It’s really sad that people out there would destroy something that our members and our club really worked hard to put together,” Rotary Club of Saipan president Sonya Dancoe said.

Club past president Marcia Ayuyu, who implemented the project during her term in June, said, “We’re trying our best to make things nice for our island, but here’s what they do.”

Ayuyu asked members of the community to help take care of the other signs and pavilions that the club has repaired and renovated.

 

The lights on the ground near the Rotary airport sign were stolen recently. The sign itself was vandalized. Contributed photo

Dancoe said the airport sign project was funded by the proceeds of various Rotary Club fundraising events.

“Everyone’s struggling financially — times are tough and fundraising events are now more challenging,” she added.

Like Ayuyu, Dancoe is asking  community members to help preserve and maintain facilities that benefit everybody.

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