Lehualani Fa’aati Uluenga Gillis dancing as child picks up money being thrown
Le tamaitai o Lehualani Fa’aati Uluenga Gillis ua sausaunoa i le Hula ma le Siva Samoa e fa’afiafiaina si ona tina. O le tamaitai fo’i lenei e tautua i le USArmy ma o lo’o i El Paso Texas, ae aua malaga mamao ane mo lea fa’amoemoe i le Setete o Uosigitone. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]  
StarKist workers wearing purple
StarKist Samoa workers in a “Sea of Purple” on Monday this week, for the company’s “Purple Mondays” for the Month of November in “Support of our Loved Ones suffering with Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia”. Every Monday, the company’s more than 2,000 workers wear purple.[photo: StarKist]
Evelyn Lili’o-Satele (2nd from right front row), seniors and others
One of the projects during the first ABLE “Bridging Generations, Memory Workshop” at DYWA in Tafuna was learning how to record and post a TikTok video for the ABLE Alzheimer’s month challenge. Pictured are Territorial Administration on Aging director (TAOA), Evelyn Lili’o-Satele (2nd from right front row), seniors and others participating in the event. Read story in today’s issue for details of workshop. [photo: ABLE]
Capstone Assembly of God Church members with completed sewing projects
Seventeen members of the Capstone Assembly of God Church in Iliili successfully completed a “Basic Sewing” Workshop conducted by the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) – Agriculture, Community and Natural Resources (ACNR) Division’s Family Consumer Science (FCS) Program on November 11, 2021. Participants learned about the fundamentals of sewing from the ASCC-ACNR FCS agents Diana Tarrant and Shalley Tailevai. [photo: ASCC/ACNR]

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