A member of the Governor’s Office staff with DDW staff pose for Samoa News in front of a Christmas tree surrounded by an array of Christmas goodies at Friday’s cabinet meeting at the Gov. H. Rex Lee Auditorium that also included a remembrance for late DHSS director, Taeaoafua Dr. Meki Solomona [photo: FS]
These young women were part of a group representing the National Park Service in their performance yesterday during the governor’s cabinet meeting at Gov. H. Rex Lee Auditorium, where there was a remembrance for Taeaoafua Dr. Meki Solomona before the official start of the cabinet meeting.  [photo: FS]
Senator Fano Shimasaki and his teammates posing for a group photo during the Lions Annual Golf Tournament held earlier this month at the Ili’ili Golf Course. Tournament Chair and longtime Lion leader, Larry Sanitoa has noted that proceeds from the annual tournament and raffle will go towards funding Project Eye care and other Lions projects. [photo: TG]

Gary King was born in Fagatogo and graduated from Manumalo Baptist School and Marist Brothers High School. He went on to become the first and only Samoan to attend and graduate from the Berklee School of Music in Boston. This was after he received his bachelor's degree at American University. The Samoan musician, now based in Philadelphia, is coming home for the holidays and one school is taking...

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At yesterday’s last cabinet meeting of the year, held at the Gov. H. Rex Lee Auditorium, a name plate, along with an empty chair draped with a white ginger lei, and a Christmas decoration was seen honoring the late Department of Human and Social Service director, Taeaoafua Dr. Meki Solomona, who...
December 15, 2017

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