Community Briefs- November 21, 2018


Free clothing drive this Saturday
Typhoon survivors in need of clothes are invited to stop by the Joeten Daidai Social Hall in Chalan Kanoa this Saturday, Nov. 24, from 3pm to 6pm. This free clothing drive is hosted by Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation, with support from the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa. For more information, call Vei at 285-5334 or Tina at 285-3935. 

Free bento from Korean Association
The Korean Association on Saipan will be giving away free bento to the community at the following locations beginning 11:30am. Up to 200-300 bento will be prepared every day. The items will be given away on a first-come, first- serve basis.

• Nov. 21: Mt. Carmel Church
• Nov. 22: Big Bell Construction, across Hanam, Koblerville
• Nov. 23: Dandan HiMart

Next week will be at the same locations. For more information, contact Mr. Kim at 287-3839. (PR)

Drinking water distribution
The CNMI government and the U.S. Department of Defense will be facilitating the distribution of drinkable water at the reverse osmosis station at Pakpak Beach in San Antonio. It is open daily Monday to Sunday, from 7:30am to 6pm. Residents must bring their own clean water containers There is a limit of five 5-gallon water bottles per household. (PR)

Water refilling stations
The U.S. Department of Defense will be providing drinkable water at the water buffalo filling station at the Koblerville Fire Station and Mt. Carmel Cathedral field. The water buffalos are completely self-serve. Residents must bring their own clean water containers. The stations are open daily, from 8am to 6pm. There is a limit of 25 gallons per household. (PR)

Thanksgiving hours
of transfer station, Marpi landfill
In observance of Thanksgiving Day, the Lower Base Transfer Station and the Marpi landfill will be closed all day on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018. Normal operations will resume on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018. (PR)

Bank of Guam Thanksgiving hours
Bank of Guam announces the following holiday hours for Thanksgiving:

• Nov. 21, Wednesday: Closed at 3pm
• Nov. 22, Thursday: Closed
• Nov. 23, Friday: Closed
• Nov. 24, Saturday: Saturday branches open regular hours.

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