Guam ROTC students help load Ayuda relief items for shipping


A group of Air Force ROTC cadet students from John F. Kennedy High School helps Sen. James V. Espaldon and former senator Frank Blas Jr. (Contributed Photo)

A group of Air Force ROTC cadet students from John F. Kennedy High School are helping unload and pack up relief goods for the Ayuda Foundation’s CNMI typhoon relief drive.

Among the donations that the JFK ROTC students helped unload from pickup trucks and into the containers were bottled water, buckets filled with necessities, food, butane fuel, tarps, paper towels, and toilet paper as well as hundreds of buckets donated by Jamaican Grill.

The JFK ROTC cadets who helped out were Joseph Fuppula, Michael Yao, Jonathan Dancel, Samuel Siaumau, and Brett Macasaquit. Their instructor is SMSGT Victor Rosario.

Earlier, students from John F. Kennedy High School presented a check amounting to $2,052.10 for the foundation’s CNMI typhoon relief drive.

Aside from making a check donation, the JFK students also made colorful posters with slogans like “Yutu Can Help” and “We Are One.”

The foundation continues to solicit donations from individuals and companies that want to help out the victims of Super Typhoon Yutu in the CNMI. 

The foundation is also asking for volunteers to join the JFK ROTC students who can help sort, box, and load items received at the foundation’s collection and loading center at the Triple J facility in Upper Tumon, Guam. 

Those who want to volunteer can report to the Triple J typhoon relief goods loading site Monday-Friday from 1:30pm to 4pm. (PR)

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