Community Briefs – May 12, 2021

Posted on May 12 2021


Meet your CNMI legislators 
The public is invited to attend town hall meetings this week, on Thursday, May 13, at the William S. Reyes Elementary School cafeteria (Chalan Kanoa, Precinct 2) at 6pm, and Friday, May 14, at the Carolinian Utt (Garapan, Precinct 3), at 6pm.

The town halls are part of a series of quarterly meetings throughout the Commonwealth hosted by members of the CNMI House and Senate, and will include reports on legislative activities, expenditures, and community projects, followed by a question-and-answer portion and public comments. For more information about the Precinct 2 town hall, contact the Office of Rep. Tina Sablan (D-Saipan) at 664-8829 or For more information about the Precinct 3 town hall, contact the Office of Rep. Denita Yangetmai at 664-8965 or or the Office of Rep. Vicente Camacho at 664-8903 or (PR)

SINMI meeting on Thursday
The monthly meeting of the Soroptimist of the Northern Mariana Islands is this Thursday, May 13, at noon at the new Island Cafe on Middle Road in their private back room. You can park at the back side of the restaurant. We will be ordering from the menu.

Please join us. We are looking to grow our club and will be discussing our big “Fun-Raiser,” the Margaritaville, which will take place on May 14, from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. Tickets are $25 with bottomless margaritas, finger food, and raffle prizes. All funds raised go toward SINMI’s Live Your Dream Award in October.

Soroptimist  International is a global volunteer organization that provides women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment. They celebrate their 100th birthday this year. (PR)

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