Friday, May 04, 2007

Another busy weekend

I'd like to thank the Academy!

This morning, the EPA awarded Beautify CNMI with a 2007 Environmental Award for Outstanding Achievement. That little piece of recycled glass represents the hard work of several thousand people. Congratulations to all of us!

MINA has their annual membership meeting later today. We are having a BBQ behind Aquarius hotel at 5 PM. Come join us!

The taste of the Marianas kicks off tonight!

We have our seventh monthly cleanup of Garapan tomorrow!

Soccer starts tomorrow afternoon, too! There is going to be a friendly CNMI-Guam match on Saipan on June 3. I'm not eligible to play in the game, but I'm going to help the CNMI International All-Stars prepare for their butt-whooping of Guam.

7 comments:

EJ said...

Great job! you've worked hard for this award. and the whole island knows it.

Steve Nguyen said...

Congrats to Cinta, Angelo and the great partners and volunteers of Beautify CNMI!

Tony said...

nice hair and congrats

Anonymous said...

hey angelo,

I'm not quite sure how I found your blog, but I did and I'm glad! haha..it's been fun seeing pictures and awesome videos from back home. I'm a freshman in college and I'm not sure if you know my family, but my dad is the Chief Justice in Saipan. My Mom and dad were pretty close with your parents...I also remember visiting your house a couple of times..I don't remember meeting any of your brothers..just your mom...but is your cousin Jun Chong? Because I remember that he was ALWAYS with your brothers. Well, just wanted to say Hi and keep up the blogging. I really love it and if I was in Saipan, I would FOR SURE come to Java Joes and blog it up. haha take care, Frannie D.

The Saipan Blogger said...

Psssstttt....I'm not Chong. But thanks for the love.

The Saipan Blogger said...

Oh yeah, what school are you going to? And are you coming home this summer?

Anonymous said...

I'm attending new york university and as far as the summer goes, im going to be working on Oahu at a summer camp, but I might come to saipan in august!