Manta Rays take part in Int’l Coastal Cleanup


Saipan Southern High School’s Manta Ray Battalion participate in the International Coastal Cleanup Day last Sept. 15, 2018. (Contributed Photos)

Saipan Southern High School’s Manta Ray Battalion held a community service cleanup last Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, led by Senior Army instructor CSM Richard Basa and Army instructor First Sgt. Troy Weaver.

It included 87 cadets, who were divided into two groups, one starting their route at Saipan Southern High School, and the other at Pakpak Beach, San Antonio.

Led by their battalion commander, cadet Lt. Col. Nicole Malasarte and battalion executive officer, cadet Maj. Jeremiah Fernandez, the Manta Rays swept through Koblerville as well as Pak Pak Beach as part of the International Coastal Cleanup Day, collecting a total of 20 bags of trash and small debris. (PR)

Cadets cleaning their way up to Koblerville after finishing Pak Pak Beach.

Cadets clean up the Koblerville area across Rising Supermarket.

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