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Honoring Fallen Heroes: CNMI Memorial Day

On Monday, Governor Arnold I. Palacios, Lt. Governor David M. Apatang, Acting Executive of the CNMI Office of Veterans Affairs Bernie Dela Cruz, Keynote Speaker and U.S. Delegate Gregorio Kilili Sablan, local dignitaries, and community members gathered at the CNMI Veterans Cemetery in Marpi to honor our fallen heroes during the annual Memorial Day Ceremony.

Strengthening Japan and CNMI Partnership

CNMI Governor Arnold Palacios last week met with Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, who had invited Palacios to be part of the City Leaders Program held in conjunction with the Sustainable High City Tech Tokyo 2024 Summit.

Celebrating National Library Workers Day & National Library Week

Governor Arnold I. Palacios and Lt. Governor David M. Apatang recently proclaimed April 2024 as National Library Workers Day and designated the entire week as National Library Week, with a special focus on April 22nd as National Library Outreach Day, recognizing the invaluable contributions of library workers and the importance of library outreach efforts in our communities.

Raising Awareness: April Designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Governor Arnold I. Palacios and Lt. Governor David M. Apatang recently proclaimed April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. During the proclamation, they were joined by  the Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence and various representatives of local advocacy groups, who highlighted the prevalence of sexual assault and the importance of supporting survivors in the CNMI.

Advocating for Oral Cancer Awareness

Governor Arnold I. Palacios and Lt. Governor David M. Apatang have proclaimed April as Oral Cancer Awareness Month. During the proclamation, he was joined by representatives of the Commonwealth Cancer Association, who highlighted the importance of maintaining healthy oral hygiene as oral cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the CNMI.

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