Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli with management staff, led by Starkist Samoa General Manager Jason Kim.
Twenty employees of Starkist Samoa celebrated in the months of March and April their years of service, ranging from 5, 10, 25 to 30 to even 35 years of service to the cannery. Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli, an employee with Starkist Samoa Production Department, posing with her certifi cate of service during a Years of Service ceremony for her and the 19 other Starkist employees. She’s pictured with some of the management staff, led by Starkist Samoa General Manager Jason Kim. [photo: StarKist]
Rev. Stephen and Faletua Amene Fautanu Tukumoheatu. Graduates: LR. Mitchell Porotesano, Tene LinJustin Sipoloa, Jack Ah Loo, Tavai Porotesano
The sons and daughters of American Samoa at CCCAS Portland Oregon, held a celebration for graduates, all with roots in American Samoa.  Rev. Stephen and Faletua Amene Fautanu Tukumoheatu. Graduates: LR. Mitchell Porotesano, Tene LinJustin Sipoloa, Jack Ah Loo, Tavai Porotesano. Lin is the only college graduate from Southern Utah. The others are high school graduates. [courtesy photo]
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Le Faia’oga e Fa’auluulu i ai Kosi Pisinisi a le Kolisi Tuufa’atasi o Amerika Samoa Dr Faofua Va’apu’u Fa’ato’afe ma le tamaita’i ua avea nei togisilia i Kosi Fa’apisinisi o le Vasega Fa’ai’uaso Me 2020, LaPaloma Fola’alela Wells-Pese mai Nuuuli ma Ta’u Manu’a. Fa’amalo le tauata’i i mea lelei ma le fa’aeaea aiga. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]
Maureen 12-pounds, Mariya 10-pounds, Melisha 12-pounds and Miracle 11-pounds with their mother and older sister
American Samoa’s first quadruplets, Maureen, Mariya, Melisha, and Miracle along with mother Filomena Sokimi and a their sister (kneeling), at the family’s home in Ili’ili after they were delivered the second round of Huggies Nappies and Baby Wipes products from  Pacific Independent Distributors, Inc. (PID). “Thank you very much to PID for the continued donation of love,” said Mrs. Sokimi. The girls are now four-months old, born Jan. 7, 2020. [photo: LAF]

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