Community Briefs – July 6, 2012


Amot yan Kutturan Chamorro, Chamorro Dictionary Project on Marianas Agupa

Tomorrow, July 7, Marianas Agupa will feature Manuel Borja from Amot yan Kutturan Chamorro Project to talk about ANA grant project status on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota.

Also there will be a discussion on the status of the Chamorro language revision project which is partly funded by the National Science Foundation.

The show starts at 9am and finishes at 11am on Magic 100.3 FM. Listeners on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota and those listening via streaming are encouraged to call in and ask questions during the show.  Direct to studio at 234-5929 or use the Marianas Agupa Facebook account via instant messaging.

The Chamorro Radio Talk Show Program is hosted by Glenn H. Manglona. Featured reports are as follows: World report and program review by former mayor Joseph S. Inos, a report from Rota with correspondent and commentator Thomas D. Mendiola, a special segment called Hafa Mohon with Juanita Mendiola, and a report from Tinian by correspondent and radio commentator with former senator David M. Cing. Simultaneous internet via will be available. (PR)

Free Army Reserve Enrichment Camp

The Army Reserve’s Child, Youth and School Services will host a free Youth Enrichment Camp on July 23-27 2012 at Marianas Trekking for children ages 4-12. For more information contact Travis Mckinney 808.438.1600 Ext. 3374 or email, or Chris Nelson at 323-8735. (PR)

Green Meadow enrollment ongoing

Enrolment for school year 2012-2013 is ongoing at Green Meadow School for pre-school, kindergarten and elementary (1st – 6th grade). New students accepted. Three convenient locations: Main campus – Chalan Kiya; CM6 Joeten Housing, Dandan; and Middle Road (next to PMC), Gualo Rai.

Green Meadow School (GMS, 2012 Academic Bee Challenge champions) is a Christian educational and childcare institution using ABEKA curriculum. School Year 2012-2012 starts on Aug. 13, 2012.

For more information, call 235-2185, 234-0898 or visit Email: (PR)

Air Force to conduct training at FDM today

SANTA RITA, Guam-The U.S. Air Force will conduct training on the island of Farallon de Medinilla today, July 6, from 8am to 12:59am.

The general public-especially fishermen, commercial pilots, and marine tour operators-are advised to stay clear from the area during the times and dates indicated.

The general location of the training on the island of Farallon de Medinilla training area will be on a 10 nautical mile radius on all quadrants. Farallon de Medinilla plays a special and unique role in national defense because its location provides access frequency that supports established training requirements. In addition, the air and sea space in the Farallon provides sufficient room for the many different attack profiles necessary to replicate training opportunities in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

For more information, contact the Joint Region Marianas Public Affairs Office. (PR)

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