(From left) Edward Camacho, MTM resident and MTM Neighborhood Watch; Bertha San Nicolas, MTM Patrol Treasurer; Mayor Rudy Paco of Mongmong Toto Maite; Joey Crisostomo, president of Cars Plus; and Vince Dela Cruz, MTM Patrol. Camacho is also economic development manager at the Guam Economic Development Authority.
Photo courtesy of Cars Plus

Cars Plus donated a Hyundai Tucson to the Mongmong Toto Maite Patrol also known as the MTM Neighborhood Watch.

(Standing from left) Hiro Kurashina, vice chairman of the UOG Society of Emeritus Professors and Retired Scholars; Katrina Perez, executive director of the UOG Endowment Foundation; Wilfred P. Leon Guerrero, president emeritus; Fr. Thomas McGrath, Larry Kasperbauer, chairman of the society; Dan Robertson, Thomas W. Krise, president of UOG; James Sellman, dean of the College of ; Lourdes Klitzkie, emerita; Melvia Cantoria, emerita; Chris Lobban, professor emeritus; Rebecca Stephenson, emerita; Velma Yamashita, director of the Isla Center for the Arts; Alicia Aguon, and dean of the School of Education; and (seated from left) John Daniel Tangelin, Jennifer Yuri Ok, Ami Irene Vice and Aisleabesh Coronel Maglaque, all students.
Photo courtesy of the UOG Society of Emeritus Professors and Retired Scholars

The University of Guam’s Society of Emeritus Professors and Retired Scholars presented four scholarships of $1,000 to four students at the society’s scholarship luncheon.

With the giant clam seed blocks are (from left) McGee Mereb, Sone Shigeaki and Asap Bukurrou of the Palau Aquarium staff.
Photo courtesy of the Palau International Coral Reef Center

The Palau Bureau of Fisheries donated more than 4,000 giant clam seedlings to the Palau Aquarium at the Palau International Coral Reef Center, to support the aquarium’s new focus to become a hub for student learning and a support center for aquaculture development.

Marcos W. Fong, CEO of Foremost Foods Inc. turns over 10 cases of Foremost UHT Milk to Bethany Taylor, executive director of Harvest House at the Foremost distribution facility in Barrigada Heights.
Photo courtesy of Foremost Foods Inc.

Foremost Foods Inc. has entered into an agreement with Harvest House from April to support to donate 120 quarts of Foremost UHT Milk every month until December to children in foster care through the Harvest House ministry.


The Employee Engagement Committee of Dusit Thani Guam organized a donation of amenities and supplies for youth and children served by the Department of Youth Affairs and Child Protective Services in recognition of Youth Month in April.  

The items have a retail value of more than $3,000 and included 1,000 toothbrush kits, 200 mixed cases of shower amenities, 140 extra-large pool towels, 30 hand towels, 25 bath towels, 20 face towels and 20 bathmats.


First Hawaiian Bank donated $3,000 to the Guam Chapter of the American Red Cross.


In recognition of Earth Month, each of the eight Pay-Less Markets store worked closely with the Mayors Council of Guam to identify key areas in the villages that needed their cleanup assistance.


In celebration of Earth Day, employees of Atkins Kroll Inc. and Morrico Equipment picked up trash around their compounds and along Marine Corps Drive on April 23.

As part of Earth Day, Atkins Kroll offered $10 for every used car battery brought into the AK Parts Department in April.


The Offices of Representatives Christina M. Sablan and John Paul Sablan teamed up to collect 4,960 pounds of household waste, yard debris, junk appliances, and metals during the Precinct 2 Spring Cleanup – for the second time. The Precinct 2 End-of-Year Cleanup in December collected 2,200 pounds of household waste and roadside litter. In total, the Precinct 2 cleanup events have collected over three-and-a-half tons of trash with the help of residents and volunteers.


Island Girl Coffee ‘n Quenchers partnered with the Roadway Adoption Program, administered by the Guam Department of Public Works in conjunction with the Islandwide Beatification Task Force and is committing and contributing the roadway directly in front of the Dededo Island Girl location on Marine Corps Drive.


Atkins Kroll Inc. donated $1,914 to the Lupus Awareness Group as part of the AK Community Matters program.


TakeCare Insurance and the FHP Health Center donated a chocolate and strawberry covered cake to Guam Regional Medical City, as well as $500 in gift certificates from Sketchers, which now makes scrubs for medical staff.


GTA joined the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center as a sponsor and supporter of the ‘8 for Mental Health’ – eight events to raise funds and awareness for mental health programs in Guam.


iCare4 is donating $6,500 to Special Olympics Guam and $6,500 to the Guam National Basketball Federation. The $13,000 total is the proceeds from the Wine Dinners held on April 22 and April 30 at the Capital Kitchen restaurant. iCare4 is a signature event of Sentry Hospitality Corp. mbj