Women painting sitting around a large table
O se va’aiga i le folasaga o le vasega tusi ata a le Downtime i le afiafi o le aso Toonai ua te’a i le maota o Diana i Ottoville. Malo le amata mea lelei i nei tina o le atunuu. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]
Elisapeta Alaimaleata,Aloha Harvest volunteers,Tuiafono Vai Sua and a staff member, Filipo Ilaoa
Elisapeta Alaimaleata, the CEO and founder of Le Fetuao (third from left) is part of the group that presented a donation from Aloha Harvest of water and healthy snacks to the ASG-Hawaii Director Tuiafono Vai Sua and a staff member, Filipo Ilaoa, for the Repatriation Flight #2 passengers in quarantine, in Hawaii, yesterday. The effort is being identified as Amerika Samoa Repatriation #2 operation community support. [courtesy photo]
First grade students at Fitiuta hold up gifts
First graders at Fitiuta Elementary School in Manu’a display gifts presented to them by the DOH Tobacco Diabetes Coalition, who visited the school recently.  [courtesy photo]
A group of men at landslide area
This courtesy photo shows local residents who showed up first to help clear the landslide at the mountain area on the road from Pago Pago to Fagasa. A Wind Advisory was in effect for the islands, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, with a Tropical Disturbance continuing to move south of the territory. Even though winds speeds have been downgraded for the territory today — Wed. Feb. 24, there is still a risk of flash flooding with wind gusts in localized heavy rainfall. [courtesy photo]

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