Saturday, February 27, 2010

FMI Schedule for the monthly Cleanup

The Friends of the Mariana Islands (FMI) will be conducting Beach monthly cleanup on March 14, 2010 at Lau-Lau Beach South. Start at 8:00 AM till 10:00 AM. We are calling for everyone who's interested to give his/her two hours volunteer time for community services. FMI President will provide Water to drink and Snack for the volunteers.

Thank you and hope to see you all on the 14th of March, 2010 at 8:00 AM.

Friends of the Mariana Islands (FMI)

Contact Person: Ms. Marites A. Castillo - FMI President/Chairwomen
Contact #: (670) 285-8980

Saturday, February 20, 2010


Congratulations madam!
Happy 40th Birthday and may you have many more birthdays to come. May the LORD GOD BLESS YOU always and may you stay sweet as you are! Stay young and happy as always. We love you very much madam.
It's a very simple birthday celebration together with her husband BILL and close friends MR. GUS and MS. CINTA KAIPAT.

Congratulations to the FMI newly elected officers and BOD

A Group Pictures of the FMI for the 1st time in 2010 get together

2010-2012 Friends of the Mariana Islands (FMI) Officers and Board of Directors:

Marites Aquino Castillo ------------------ President/Chairwomen
Francisco Flores Jr. ------------------ V-President/V-Chairman
Lynda Perez ------------------ Secretary
Myrna Manzano ------------------ Treasurer
Melecia Marquez ------------------ Bus. Manager
Perlita L. Castillo ------------------ Asst. Bus. Manager
Malou S. Bansil ------------------ Auditor
Roben Bachicha ------------------ Marshall - I
Presila Ramboanga ------------------ Marshall - II

Board of Director Members

Mike Valencia ------------------ BOD Secretary
Roben Bachicha ------------------ BOD Member
Camilo D. Laoeng ------------------ BOD Member

On behalf of my fellow Officers and Directors, from the bottom of my heart, we would like to thank all the members who voted for us! It's always a pleasure to serve each and everyone in our group but most specially to the community of Saipan.

Again, Thank you! (maraming-maraming salamat po).