• Live Stream Link with Palau Wave Radio and listen live to *Local Musics / *Christian Songs & Programs / *Public Awareness Programs / *Talk Shows / *Conferences / *Announcements & many more!

Kemeldillel a HASINTO MELEDANG

~ Ngelekel a Llomes Meledang
~ Mlo smecher er sera April 18, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Friday, May 12, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 6:30am el mora Sacred Heart Church e mochu mengemeldiil e mengkad a blals ra Bai ra Ngerkesoaol el mo ieta ra sueleb e mochu ra Bai ra Elechui el mo ieta sils e mochu ra ked.

Image result for cross

Kemeldillel a VERONICA ‘NIKA’ KINGSANG DANIEL

~ Ngelekel a Oilei ma Kingsang
~ Mlo smecher er sera April 10
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Friday, May 12, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 7:00am el mora Ikelesia ra delal a Chubchub ra Ngiwal e mochu ra blil a chudellel ra Augusta Bultedaob ra Tmekumer, Ngiwal, e mengemeldiil el mo telial sils e mochu ra ked.

Image result for cross

Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch ra BLITANG TERUO REMOKET

~ Mlo smecher er sera April 16, 2017
~ Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch a morngii ra Friday, May 12, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 8:00am el mora Bai ra Chedib ra Meyuns e mengemeldiil el mo telial sils e mochu ra ked.

Image result for cross

Kemeldillel a FUMIKO REMUSEI MARIUR TABELUAL

~ Mlo smecher er sera April 1, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Friday, May 12, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 8:00am el mo mengemeldiil ra blil a Hiromi Asanuma el ngara Medalaii, Koror e mochu ra ked ra telial sils.

Image result for cross

Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch ra IBEDUL RA IDONG JULIO OMETEI RINGANG

~ Ngelekel a Sabino ma Ngkerurker Ringang
~ Mlo smecher er sera April 7, 2017
~ Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch a morngii ra Friday, May 12, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 8:00am el di mo tuab ra Police Station el telkib e mora Sacred Heart Church. Uriul ra misang ea bedengel a mora blil ra Kesebelau, Airai, e mengemeldiil e mo medakl ra telial sils ra Ngeruluobel.

Image result for cross

Kemeldillel a DAMIANO MISECH

~ Mlo smecher er sera April 29, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Saturday, May 13, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 6:30am ra tutau el mora Sacred Heart Church. Ng omuchel a misang ra 7:00am e momerek e mochu ra blil a Judy Matthew el ngara bitara Harris Elementary School ra Ngerchemai e mengemeldiil el mo sueleb e tuobed el mora Fisheries Dock el mora Ngeaur el mo tuab ra Ikelesia ra Catholic ruchei ra lbora olekull.

Image result for cross

Kemeldillel ma Cheldecheduch ra PETRUS SECHALBOI

~ Ngelekel a Ngirchobeketang Sechalboi Wasisang
~ Mlo smecher er sera April 13, 2017
~ Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch a morngii ra Sunday, May 14, 2017
~ Tuobed ra mork ra 8:00am e mora Bai ra Ibobang e mengemeldiil el mo 1:30pm e mo medakl ra olekull ra Mechebechubel el mo bengkel a delal.

Image result for cross

 

Palau International Coral Reef Center
1 M-Dock Road
P.O. Box 7086
Koror, Palau 96940
picrc.org/picrcpage

Press Release
Contact: Ines Kintoki
Phone: 488-6950 ext. 244
Email: ikintoki@picrc.org
For Immediate Release
Date: 05/08/2017

PICRC bids farewell to four Career Practicum Program Interns

Palau High School (PHS) seniors, Ms. Fran Jean Dilungil Shiro, Ms. Chelsea Bekelatk Daniel, Ms. Michella Deureng Mutok and Ms. Briana Jade D.N. Takada have completed their internship with the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC). These four students began their internship in January as part of the PHS Career Practicum Program. During their three months interning with PICRC, the students assisted in the aquarium, worked in the gift shop, and contributed to Communications and Outreach and the Development Office.

To conclude their internship Ms. Shiro, Ms. Daniel, Ms. Mutok and Ms. Takada put together a movie to share their experience and thank the staff. “Based on our experiences, we have learned about teamwork and cooperation”, the girls expressed in their video. “This will be an unforgettable memory we will hold dear as we embark on our journey.”

PICRC recognizes the importance of internship programs. For students preparing to start the next phase of their life, internships help prepare them. Through the internship program, interns are able to gain valuable work experience. PICRC hosts interns throughout the year, to give them needed job experience, and to help inform them on what paths they may want to follow.

PICRC is deeply grateful for these students’ commitment and hard work over the past three months. We will miss their contagious energy and spirit, and we wish them luck as they embark on their journey.

“This week officials from the Taiwanese Navy and the Taiwanese Embassy visited PICRC for a tour of the Palau Aquarium.

From annual donations for the Arts and Tides Calendar to a generous donation of $400,000 for the Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. Building and more, the Taiwanese government has continued to be one of PICRC’s biggest supporters. We are grateful to have such dedicated supporters and delighted to share with them the aquarium they are helping to support.”

Trust and Obey – Jesus Appearance in John 21

May 7, 2017

Kemeldillel a CHRISTINE SANTOS

~ Ngelekel a Marcella Santos el ngelekel a Santos ma Brekei Santos
~ Mlo smecher er sera April 28, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Saturday, May 6, 2017
~ Mo tuobed el mo kloi ra blil a Mad ra Elilai el ngara Meyuns e mengemeldiil el mo sueleb e mochu ra Peleliu.

~~<@ *** @>~~

Kemeldillel a DILLOLIKONG TIPKANG NAKAMURA

~ Mlo smecher er sera April 23, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Saturday, May 6,2 017
~ Mo tuobed ra mork ra 8:30am el mora Bai ra Ngerchemai e mengemeldiil el mo telial sils e mochu ra ked.

~~<@ *** @>~~

Kemeldiil ma Cheldecheduch ra MATTHEW ‘MATAI’ TEBENGEL

~ Mlo smecher er sera April 11, 2017
~ Kemeldiil a morngii ra Saturday, May 6, 2017
~ Mo tuobed ra mork ra 6:30am el mora Ikelesia ra Sacred Heart el ngara Oreor. Uriul ra misang eng mora Ngarchelong e mengemeldiil el mo ikrel a sueleb, ea omerael a mora Ngcheyangel el mo tuab ra Oderiong el telkib e mochu ra ked.

~~<@ *** @>~~

Cheldecheduch ra NGIRTURONG YAMAZAKI RENGIIL

~ Cheldecheduch a morngii ra Saturday, May 6, 2017, ra Bai ra Ngermetengel, Ngeremlengui.

Palau International Coral Reef Center
1 M-Dock Road
P.O. Box 7086
Koror, Palau 96940
picrc.org/picrcpage

“On April 26, President Remengesau, Vice President Oilouch and all Ministers met for a cabinet meeting at the conference room of the new Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. Building. It is a great honor for PICRC to have the President and his cabinet opened the doors to the new conference room and now the conference room is open and available for rent for any persons, companies or organizations. For questions and reservations, please contact Joy Shmull Sam at 488-6950 or email to jshmull@picrc.org.”

Palau International Coral Reef Center
1 M-Dock Road
P.O. Box 7086
Koror, Palau 96940
picrc.org/picrcpage

Press Release
Contact: Ines Kintoki
Phone: 488-6950 ext. 244
Email: ikintoki@picrc.org
For Immediate Release
Date: 03/30/2017

Palau’s resilient reefs bounce back after being hit by numerous disturbances over the past 20 years

A report by the National Environmental Protection Council (NEPC) of the Government of Palau was released earlier this month on the State of the Environment (SOE) for the Republic of Palau. This was the first self-reported assessment of Palau’s environmental conditions since independence. The Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) contributed to this report by providing information on coral reefs and fish populations.

The SOE report highlighted the resilient nature of Palau’s reefs, even after major disturbances, but it also recognized the threats our reefs continue to face such as overfishing, sedimentation and Climate Change.  Another highlight of the report was the decline of fish populations and how we need to do more to manage our fisheries.

One of PICRC’s main goal is to conduct research and educational activities that contribute to coral reef conservation and management.  “We are delighted to contribute to our government’s effort to assess the State of the Environment”, states Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, CEO of PICRC.  The SOE report is a good vehicle to share the work of the Center to government and management authorities so they can make informed management and conservation decisions. We are grateful towards NEPC for releasing a cohesive report on Palau’s environment that acknowledges where management is effective and where additional effort is necessary.”

For more information about the State of the Environment Report, please contact Charlene Mersai at the NEPC Secretariat Unit at charmersai@gmail.com or call 767-8638.   For more information about PICRC’s research, please contact Ines Kintoki at e-mail ikintoki@picrc.org or call 488-6950.

Jesus On  The Cross – I Am Thirsty

April 2, 2017

✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞

Luke 19 – The Palm Sunday Challenge

April 9, 2017

✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞

Jesus is Risen

April 16, 2017

✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞

Matthew 18 – The Unforgiving Servant

April 23, 2017

✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞✞

John 21 – Peter’s Overcoming & Seeing Jesus

April 30, 2017

Palau International Coral Reef Center
1 M-Dock Road
P.O. Box 7086
Koror, Palau 96940
picrc.org/picrcpage

Press Release
Contact: Ines Kintoki
Phone: 488-6950 ext. 244
Email: ikintoki@picrc.org
For Immediate Release
Date: 03/30/2017

2018 Arts and Tides Calendar Winners

The Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) held its 2018 Arts & Tides Calendar Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 28th. The theme for the Arts and Tides Calendar 2018 is “Taro Fields Protect Coral Reefs”. Results from a study conducted by PICRC showed taro fields not only provide a staple crop for Palauans, but also protect our reefs by reducing the amount of sediment that flows into our oceans. This contest has remained a tradition since PICRC opened in 2001, and continues to raise awareness on the on the work done at the Center. In addition to the theme, the calendars feature local tides, moon phases, closed and open fish seasons, information on regulated marine species, and national holidays.

For the 2018 Arts and Tides Calendar PICRC would like to congratulate the runner up winners of the calendar art contest: Kyrala Wataru (Grade 1, GBH), Frank Idesmang (Grade 2, GBH), Kan B. Umang (Grade 3, Koror), Ancyl Joseph Montel (Grade 4, Maris Stella) Shenaya Umei Ramon (Grade 5, Maris Stella), Sean Angelo Napil Maluchluw (Grade 6, Koror), Arenka Ayanna Filibert (Grade 7, Maris Stella), Aliyah Tadao ( Grade 8, AES), Chiarra Daniel ( Grade 9, PHS), Aksarawadee Mesa Kunsanan (Grade 10, BMS), Ji Eun Ha (Grade 11, PMA), Janine T. Tewid (Grade 12, MHS). All of the runner up artwork will be featured on the backside of the calendar. Each of these students will receive a $50 cash prizes and a certificate.
We would also like to congratulate the first prize winners of the art contest: Tiara Teruko Inosencio (Grade 1, GBH), Faith E. Remarii (Grade 2, Ngaremlengui), Jowenna Augustine (Grade 3, GBH), Mcdeevon Shiro (Grade 4, Ngaremlengui), Emi Yonezawa (Grade 5, Maris Stella), Zanna Ise (Grade 6, Koror), Tasarla M. James (Grade 7, Airai), Zachariah T.B. Charles (Grade 8, Koror), Kazumi Chibana (Grade 9, PMA), Ailan Flowers (Grade 10, PMA), Dylan Tellei (Grade 11, PMA), Emeraldil Renguul (Grade 12, PHS). All first prize artwork will be featured inside the calendar, with each grade representing one calendar month. Each of these students will receive a $75 cash prize along with a certificate.

Finally, we want to congratulate the overall winner of the 2018 Arts & Tides Calendar Ms. Da Yeon Han (Grade 11, PMA)! The overall winning art work will be featured on the front cover of the 2018 Arts & Tides Calendar and Ms. Han will receive a $100 cash prize along with a certificate!
Thank you to all who participated. The judging is never an easy task, and we encourage everyone to continue submitting their artwork in the following years. We would like to give a special thank you to our supporters who throughout the years have continued to make the Arts and Tides Calendar possible. It is with the support of our generous donors that we are able to continue this tradition!

Categories

Archives