Thanks to the generous support and donation of International Golf Academy & Preparatory School @ LaoLao, Beautify CNMI! was able to donate 24 aluminum trash pick-up grippers to Kagman Komunidat Association. Daniel Huh, the new president of Kagman Komunidat Association, accepted the donated tools. These trash-gripper tools will aid the Association and student volunteers from Kagman High School in their on-going efforts to keep Kagman and the CNMI! clean and beautiful.
"I have been following Beautify CNMI! on-line for the past couple years before I moved to Saipan a year ago," said Gary Liddle, Director/Headmaster of International Golf Academy & Preparatory School @ LaoLao. "I appreciate going to clean beaches and living in a clean environment," he continued. Liddle shared that he even picks up trash on his way to and from work.
Beautify CNMI! continues to succeed because of the on-going collaborative partnerships between the private-sector, the community volunteers and the government. Thank you, International Golf Academy & Preparatory School @ LaoLao and thank you to all the hardworking volunteers in our community!
|Pictured from L-R: Community volunteers, Kagman Komunidat Association President Daniel Huh, |
Beautify CNMI!'s Cinta Kaipat and Laurie Peterka, and
Gary Liddle, Director/Headmaster of International Golf Academy & Preparatory School @ LaoLao.