The new changing room at the Pohnpei Swimming Pool is now officially opened.
The building was built by Seabees from NMCB 133 based out of Gulfport
Mississippi who worked through the Holidays to make sure the project was
completed on time. Governor Ehsa was on hand for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
and pointed out that the building was completely funded by U.S. Department
of Defense and it was free to the State of Pohnpei.
Seabees and Pohnpeian Apprentices pose in front of the newly renovated
Pohnlangas Community Health Center. The project was funded by the U.S.
Department of Defense.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to dedicate the Kolonia Elementary project
completed by SeaBees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133. They replaced
the roof on the second and third grade building at Kolonia Elementary. They also
replaced the interior ceiling tiles and painted the exterior and interior walls.
Additionally they replaced the doors to the classrooms. All material and labor
was paid for the by the U.S. Department of Defense. One of the highlights of the
events was having the third graders serve as the ribbon cutting committee.
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On Friday, May 11, 2012 at around 11:30 A.M, the new
Election Commissioner for Pohnpei State, Mr. Oliver Johnny was formally
sworn in by Acting Governor Marcelo Peterson during a brief ceremony at the
Administration Building in Kolonia.
Janet S. Panuelo was sworn into office on June 20, 2012, as the
Administrator of the Office of Social Affairs for Pohnpei State by
Governor John Ehsa in the AG’s Conference Room, Peilapalap, Kolonia,
Office of Fisheries & Aquaculture
Mission Objective: To conduct an Rapid Ecological
Assessment (REA) survey of the marine coastal resources of the two islands,
targeting especially the sea cucumber species of greenfish
chloronotus) and surf redfish (Actinopyga
mauritiana) to determine their abundance.
Japan/Micronesia Student Exchange Program
On the night of their arrival, July 25, 2012, a
welcoming reception was given at the State Administration Building, honoring
the twenty-four (24) member Japan delegation that came to Pohnpei for the
2012 Japan/Micronesia Children Exchange Program.
Both Governor John Ehsa and Ambassador Eiichi Suzuki were at the
welcoming reception to officially welcome the delegation and give their
blessings to the group, initiating their activities during their stay from
July 25, 2012 to July 31, 2012 here in Pohnpei.