Melissa Swenson, a 36th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron family member, paints a power pole during a village beautification event in Mongmong-Toto-Maite on Feb. 27.
Photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas Crisp, 36th Wing Public Affairs

Members of the 36th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron at Andersen Air Force Base volunteered with the Mongmong-Toto-Maite Mayor’s Office staff to paint power poles during a beautification event. The 25 volunteers also donated 500 packages with toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, and educational booklets for children in support of National Children’s Dental Health Month.

Members of the 36th Support Squadron at Andersen volunteered at Latte Heights Park in Mangilao in a beautification event. Both events were through the Sister Squadron Sister Village program.


GTA is donating 500,000 airline miles to the Ayuda Foundation’s Wings For Life program. Wings For Life assists medically indigent patients by providing roundtrip air transportation via airline tickets purchased with donated frequent flier miles. GTA’s first donation of 125,000 miles was made in February; the next quarterly installment will be in April. With 500,000 miles, Wings For Life can help with roundtrip air transportation for at least six patients from Guam.


The Rotary Club of Northern Guam and the Korean Bowling Association cleaned the Tamuning Elementary School baseball field.

Alex Duenas, daughter of Angie Duenas of Century 21 Commonwealth Realty, donated more than 500 books to the children at the Global Dorm Shelter in Maite. 


Docomo Pacific Inc. donated three Aura Air units to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.

Docomo is also continuing its partnership with the Micronesia Islands Nature Alliance to place a recycling bin at the Minachom Atdao pavilion in Susupe in Saipan. The bin has slots for plastic, glass or paper. mbj