Kids exercising
Youngsters who participated in the Tobacco Coalition event last Friday at the Olosega CCCAS Hall on Olosega island in Manu’a, take a break to exercise, between sessions.  [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Youth at first meeting for summer water sports
Fanau aoga i le taimi na tatala aloaia ai le polokalame mo le tuuaga o aoga i le vaiaso nei i le Water Sports i Utulei lea ua faamoemoe e faagasolo ai aoaoga mo taaloga eseese mo le 6 vaiaso [ata AF]
Retired U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Vaitogi Sani Taetuli and his family in front of their new home.
Retired U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Vaitogi Sani Taetuli and his family took possession of their new mortgage-free home on March 13, 2020 just as the COVID-19 lock down began. This American Samoa ‘wounded warrior’ was the recipient of this gift of a lifetime though a program made possible for America’s heroes by “Operation FINALLY HOME” along with “Pulte Built to Honor™” program. Read story below. [courtesy photo]
 (L-r) HR-Safety leaders Tiatia Tagaloa Salani, Quddus Apineru, Ben Solaita, Molly Schuster and Patricia Fua
Women of StarKist Samoa Human Resources & Safety Dept pitched in to treat fathers of the department with a lunch, leis and cash envelopes as a thank you and to wish their male personnel a wonderful Father’s Day. The celebration was not limited to HR & Safety as all women in other StarKist Samoa departments hosted luncheons and presented gifts to the men in honor of Father’s Day. (L-r) HR-Safety leaders Tiatia Tagaloa Salani, Quddus Apineru, Ben Solaita, Molly Schuster and Patricia Fua. [courtesy photo: L. Poasa]

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