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THIRTY-NINE GRADUATE FROM MANUMALO BAPTIST ACADEMY

"The Journey of Our Dreams"
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The Home of the Flames graduated 39 eighth graders yesterday during a brief ceremony that was filled with tears, hugs, and kisses.

 

The Manumalo Baptist Academy chapel was jam packed to full capacity as proud parents, family members, and friends came out to witness the special event.

 



UNIQUE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CANNERIES AND LOCAL POPULATION RESEARCHED

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An assistant professor at the University of Wyoming hopes that a book, which she is working on about the canneries in American Samoa will bring to light a better understanding about the needs of the local “indigenous population” and the rules created by the federal government.
 



PACIFIC HORIZONS SCHOOL GRADUATES 2 IN THE CLASS OF 2015

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American Samoa is again into high school graduation season as this is one of the busiest times of the year on island. This year, Paramount Builders, Inc. is the proud major sponsor of the 2015 graduation season coverage, and wishes all graduates, families and friends a safe and happy celebration.

 



OBAMA PAYS TRIBUTE TO FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS AT ARLINGTON

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) -- President Barack Obama saluted Americans who died in battle Monday, saying the country must "never stop trying to fully repay them" for their sacrifices and noting the first Memorial Day in 14 years without U.S. forces involved in a major ground war.

Speaking under sunny skies to some 5,000 people on the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery, Obama called the burial place "more than a final resting place for fallen heroes"

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ROTARY CLUB OF PAGO HOLDS BANQUET FOR ANNUAL FOUR-WAY TEST AWARDS

Source: Media release from Pago Pago Rotary

The Rotary Club of Pago Pago held a banquet earlier this month for 11 high school seniors and their proud parents at Sadie's Goat Island Club to recognize their being selected by their fellow students to receive the Club's Annual Four-Way Test award.
 



FANUATANU AIGA O FANO: ‘O AIGA E TUMAU E FA’AVAVAU’

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Memorial Day, while a national U.S. holiday commemorating our men and women who died while in military service, the Territory has brought this special day into the culture and all our loved ones that have passed away are remembered along with our military men and women.



COMMEMORATING MEMORIAL DAY IN AMERICAN SAMOA

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Memorial Day, while a national U.S. holiday commemorating our men and women who died while in military service, the territory has brought this special day into the culture and all our loved ones that have passed away are remembered along with our military men and women.

 

“Palm” pisupo is the proud sponsor of feature stories throughout this week highlighting Memorial Day remembrances in our culture and community.

 



HOLY FAMILY CEMETERY — FANUATANU O LE AIGA PAIA

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“In memory” of our loved ones that have passed on and are honored on Memorial Day, May 25th, in the Territory, “Palm” pisupo is sponsoring feature stories throughout the week of some of our ‘unique’ grave sites that are specific to our culture and community.

 

Today’s Palm feature is of the Holy Family Cemetery located in Ottoville, next to the Hope House in Fatuoaiga for those who need a resting place, but have no where else to go. It is the only known cemetery in American Samoa, where grave-site plots are sold.



O LE ALOFA NA MAFUA AI ONA LAGOMAU TAGATA KOLEA I AMERICAN SAMOA

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“In memory” of our loved ones that have passed on and are honored on Memorial Day, in the Territory, “Palm” pisupo is sponsoring feature stories throughout the week of some of our ‘unique’ grave sites that are specific to our culture and community.

 

Today’s Palm feature is of the two burial sites located in the villages of Futiga and Vailoatai for Koreans who worked on fishing boats years ago for the local canneries. 



O TIA I SAMOA SA FAUSIA LAGOMAU AI TUPU TAUSAGA UA MAVAE

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O le talitonuga a le to’atele o Tama ma Tina matutua i le atunu’u, aemaise ai i latou o lo o saili i ai le tofa ma matua i le Tu’u i ni isi o afioaga, Itumalo ma aiga, o Tia i Samoa i aso ua mavae, sa fausia fa’apitoa e lagomau ai Tupu o le atunu’u.

 



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