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Malamalamaaga o le Kanesa

One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. Three in four families will care for a family member with cancer.

This means that if you are sitting in a room with two people, one of you will be diagnosed with cancer in your lifetimes. This means that if four families are sitting in church, at a football game, driving to work, three of those four families will be taking care of a cancer patient at some point in their lives. This means that you, reader, have a very good chance of being a cancer survivor.



Malamalamaaga o le Kanesa

One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. Three in four families will care for a family member with cancer.

This means that if you are sitting in a room with two people, one of you will be diagnosed with cancer in your lifetimes. This means that if four families are sitting in church, at a football game, driving to work, three of those four families will be taking care of a cancer patient at some point in their lives. This means that you, reader, have a very good chance of being a cancer survivor.



Mulitalo going out on a limb at St. Joseph in Samoa

Former NFL player Mulitalo will uproot family from Utah for distant coaching job.

Imagine: You’ve retired from a long and successful NFL career after making millions. You have a wife, four children and a lot of spare time.

What do you do with your money and your influence? Right — uproot yourself from the U.S. to move to Western Samoa to help start its first American football program.

No? That wouldn’t be your first choice? Well it’s a no-brainer for Edwin Mulitalo, the offensive guard who once won a Super Bowl with the Ravens. And he knows already that he’s in for a challenge.



Ta'ita'itama sponsors service training

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63 trainees including owners, cashiers and servers of establishments that hold licenses to sell alcohol received their RBST-Responsible Beverage Service Training yesterday, May 17, 2012, at the Lee Auditorium, in Utulei. 

The RBST is conducted by the First Lady Mary A.T. Tulafono's Ta'ita'itama Prevent Underage Drinking Initiative in partnership with the Department of Human & Social Services and the EUDL-Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Project and the Department of Public Safety. 



TUUAIA TOEAINA 93 TAUSAGA FAIA UIGA MATAGA ALUALUTOTO 4 TAUSAGA

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“O LO’O SILASILA LE ALI’I OU KE LE’I FAIA SE MEA LEAGA FAAPEGA”

Atonu e te’i lau faafofoga i le saoasaoa ua i ai ituaiga mataupu faapenei i luma o le faamasinoga, ae o le vaiaso nei, na tulai ai i luma o le faamasinoga faaitumalo se tama matua e 93 tausaga, ona o tuuaiga i lona faia lea o ni uiga mataga faafeusuaiga i se alualutoto e na o le 4 tausaga le matua.



FA’AGASOLO TA’ALOGA LAKAPI AUNOA MA SE TALITA

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Pamata Letuligasenoa Malae

O le a atoa lava le 65 tausaga o le soifuaga, ua amata ona po’ia le tino i ma’i fita, peita’i, e le moe ai le tagata saili i mea lelei ae maise o fa’amanuiaga a le Atua e ala i le ‘poto ma le atamai.’ O le isi lea peresona o le Atua Silisili e matua sili ona malosi, ma e leai se tasi e soifua e na te le fia maua lea ituaiga o fa’amanuiaga mai lo tatou Tama.



FA’AGASOLO TA’ALOGA LAKAPI AUNOA MA SE TALITA

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Tomumu nisi o sui o kalapu a le Iuni Lakapi a le atunuu ma faamatala le tulaga faaletonu o loo feagai ma le latou kalapu i le taimi nei, i le faagasolo ai lea o le liki taitoa 15 a le Iuni i le taimi nei e aunoa ma se talita, e ui o le taaloga mulimuli i aso Toonai uma lava e faai’u lava i le taaloga o le talita.



“Manu fa’aifo mai Lagi”

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Tupuola Kalevu Kalolo Iosefo

 Ua lagia le lotoifale sa tafili saunoa ai lana auauna e tausi mea lelei, fai mea lelei mo lana ekalesia, ae tainane si ona aiga, sa fa’amama’i i lana auaunaga e le fa’atafatafa pe faifa’apa’ole, ae mauta fai ona o lona talitonuga, o lona lea avanoa e faia ai le mea sili mo le Atua.



Fagogo: O OE NA FILIFILIA E O’U MATUA

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E fa'atalofa atu i le mamalu o le 'au faitau ae maise ai pa'aga masani a la tatou polokalama  i vaiaso ta'itasi, fa'amoemoe o lo o manuia fuafuaga uma mo le fa'ai'uga o lenei vaiaso, ae alo mai loa o le vaega muamua lenei o la tatou tala fa'asolo fou lea ua amata atu i lenei vaiaso, e pei ona fa'aautuina, “O OE NA FILIFILIA E O’U MATUA.”



Fagogo: Salu Vale le Lau Ta’amu a A’opo

[Malo le faitau, malo fo’i le onosa’i, ae alo mai loa o le toe soso’oina lenei o la tatou tala fa’asolo, lea na gata mai i le vaiaso na te’a nei i le taimi lea ua fa’ailoa atu ai e Fatu i le ali’i leoleo o Meti, o Iose lea ua toe fo’i mai i lo latou fale i Palisi.]