Saipan Centennial Lions Club

The officers and members of the Saipan Centennial Lions Club pose next to the newly improved pavilion at Sugar Dock in Chalan Kanoa over the weekend.

THE Saipan Centennial Lions Club has completed the renovation of a pavilion at Sugar Dock in Chalan Kanoa.

The improvement of the pavilion is part of the club's commitment to the island community, said the club’s immediate past president and Lions Club International Foundation coordinator Arceli Lizama.

Chartered on June 20, 2018, the Saipan Centennial Lions Club extended humanitarian assistance to the victims of Typhoon Mangkhut on Rota and Super Typhoon Yutu on Saipan and Tnian, she said.

“Our goal is to help the island community deal with issues related to the environment, public health, and other matters that are of grave concern to many,” she added.

Among those who helped renovate the Sugar Dock pavilion were Lions Rolly Bermiso, Mario Buela, Juanito Sarmiento, Ricardo Ortiz and Ruth Reyes, first vice president of the Saipan Centennial Lions Club.

Club president Maria Javier said she is most grateful to all the members “who have contributed their talent, time and service with heart to the community.”


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