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November 17, 2011

Ms. Wandalynn T. Remeliik is the new Deputy Administrative Director at the Palau Judiciary.
*Past experiences: Chief Executive Assistant (Office of the President); Office Manager (Palau Water & Sewer Corporation); Executive Assistant (Presiding Officers – House of Delegates – 8th Olbiil Era Kelulau); Palau Passport Officer (Ministry of State); Chairperson (Palau National Scholarship Board); Secretariat (Non-Communicable Disease National Coordinating Mechanism)
*Community Involvements: Belau Family, School and Community Association (BFSCA); Asia-Pacific School of Security Studies (APCSS) Alumni Association; Palau High School PTSA; Koror Elementary School PTSA; Palau Head Start Policy Council; Ngaramengidab Women’s Association.
*Holds a Bachelor of Science Degree – Management Information Systems.
*Greatest Interest: Support and Promotion of Quality Education for our Palauan Children.

January 26, 2016

A former research visitor to Palau and the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) made a generous donation to the Center. Ms. Kimberly Collins Jermain donated $100 to the Center for its 15th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign. The work she was able to do and the people she was able to meet among other things had inspired her to donate to the Center.

Ms. Kimberly Collins Jermain visited Palau in 2008 as a recipient of the Armin E. Elsaesser Fellowship from Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA.  Her project was to study the color of coral reefs by drawing underwater with oil stick on paper while snorkeling and diving. While in Palau, Ms. Jermain stayed at the Center and went out with the dive team to sights where she was able to take color notes underwater and paint. Today, she continues to draw with oil stick underwater to create paintings about the color of the inter-tidal zone at the edge of the North Atlantic. Each year she sees the changes in the “ocean garden” beyond the beach and hopes her oil paintings will record the experience of the underwater world near shore.

When asked to why she wanted to donate to the Center, Ms. Jermain responds “It was the generous help and kindness of all of the PICRC staff that allowed me to make the best use of the fellowship funds from SEA. I was so happy to explore and create work about Palau’s pristine underwater environment, while getting to know it’s wonderful people.  My month long stay in Koror was a gift that I will never forget.  I hope that my donation will contribute to PICRC’s mission to research and protect the marine habitat that makes Palau so special.”

Development Director, Ilebrang Olkeriil expresses “We greatly appreciate Ms. Jermain’s contribution to the Center. Her support makes a difference in our efforts to reach out to the young and old that come to visit the Palau Aquarium and with the research work carried out by scientists at the Center.”

Memorial Service for late Federico Daguio, Jr. (worked at Bethania High School) will be held at the Belau National Hospital Morgue on Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 6:00pm. Especially all members of Palau Evangelical Church are invited to join.

January 12, 2016

The Senate Ways and Means Committee will be conducting a public hearing on Monday November 16th at 6pm and will be held at the OEK Koror Satellite Office regarding Senate Bill No. 9-104 To Reform the Pension Plan System. The Committee requests that employees from the public and private sector attend this important hearing to discuss the future of thier pension benefits. Should you have any questions, comments, or concern regarding this bill or this hearing please contact Kayla Milong-Iechad at  senatewmfm@gmail.com.

 

Ngmorngii a Fundraising ra Mengederaol Welcome Center el ngara Oikull ra Saturday el November 14, 2015 el lomuchel era 9am el mo 3pm..

Maki kmal lolengit ma bol sebechiu e mei mede kaingeseu bo dodngelii tial Welcome Center..

 

 

A Ngerchelong State a ouchais el mora rokui el chad ra Ngerchelong el kmo ngmorngii a ureor el beluu ra Saturday el November 14, ra 8:00 ra tutau..

Me te mal lolengit ra rokui el chad ra Ngerchelong ma bol sebechir e lemei mel kaingeseu el kudmeklii a roled el mora beluad ra Ngeyungel.

 

Ngiwal State Charter Day a morngii ra Ngiwal ra Sebadong el November 14, 2015 ra 8:00 ra tutau.

Ng kmal betok a bek el bedengel a activities el morngii ua klauengader ra klekoul ma klaidesachel ra chert. Ngdirek el morngii a oterulel a kall ma rechad ra Ngiwal a kmal mengemedaoal ra rechad ra Ngiwal mar rechad ra beluu ra belau el kuk mo sebecher mel mei me dengara undokai..

 

 

 

 

 

 

On behalf of The Office of the President and the Olbiil Era Kelulau, I would like to invite you to the Signing Ceremony of the Palau National Marine Sanctuary Act on Wednesday, October 28 at the Palau International Coral Reef Center at 5 pm to 7 pm. It would be our honor to have you join us and witness this momentous occasion of the BUL, becoming law.

This is truly an historic day for our nation and people as we build a secure future for Palauans by honoring the conservation traditions of our past and restoring the health of the ocean for future generations..

 

Sincerely,

President Tommy E. Remengersau

Throughout the month of June, 2015, BPS/KSR/JMAS will be conducting the clearing of unexploded ordinance in the Helmet Wreck area. Please take notes of days and times of the clearing operations:

June 9 – 10 – 11 – 16 – 17 – 18 – 19 – 23 – 24 & 25 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Palau Local Time)

*Schedule subject ot change due to weather etc.

Japan Mine Action Service (JMAS) is a Japanese NGO engaging in the clearance of landmines and UXOs around the world. Palau, signing MOU with the National Government, JMAS established an office in Koror and will be conducting the clearance for the betterment of Palau. Any inquiries, please contact JMAS office at (680) 488-5233.

June 1, 2015

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