Tiborshalev Schlosser, Ambassador of Israel conducted a courtesy
visit to Governor of Pohnpei State, T.H. Marcelo Peterson on
April 4th 2017.
During the courtesy visit, the Ambassador of Israel and Governor
of Pohnpei State discussed the relationship between FSM and
Israel. H.E. Tiborshalev-Schlosser expressed his interest in
assisting Pohnpei State in the field of promoting Health and
Agriculture. There were some trainings The Ambassador of Israel
also mentioned in their conversation that always offered by
Israel to train others around the Pacific.
H.E. Tiborshalev Schlosser also mentioned the various trainings
the Government of Israel offers to most countries in the
Pacific. Governor Peterson congrautlated H.E. Tiborshalev
Schlosser on presenting his credentials to the President of of
the Federated States of Micronesia and also conveyed his
appreciation to H.E. Tiborshalev-Schlosser for his keen interest
in supporting the people of Pohnpei and the good of our Country.
April 3, 2017,a group of Talent Search Program Students (9th
graders) paid a courtesy visit to the Governor of Pohnpei, T.H.
Marcelo K. Peterson. Governor Peterson welcomed these young and
talented students and acknowledged them to pursue what life
Short opening-ceremony for Sporting Goods
March 15, 2017, Governor Marcelo K. Peterson, joined with Floor
Leader McGarry Miquel and Senator Sendilihna Lekka of the 9th
Pohnpei Legislature, and President of the Sports Commission Mr.
Jose Joab for the opening ceremony for the distribution of
soccer balls donated from the Guam Soccer Association.
The generous donation of 200 balls will be distributed to all
elementary schools all over Pohnpei. Governor Peterson and
Senator Miquel support sports in schools as a recreational
activity to steer students away from drugs and other negative
distractions. Donations such as these help to promote athletics
and good exercise for youth here in Pohnpei.
SDA Senior from Marshall
March 14, 2017, a group of eleven(11) senior students and
three(3) teachers from the Seven Days Adventist School from
Marshall paid a courtesy visit to the Governor of Pohnpei, The
Honorable Marcelo K. Peterson.
Upon their visit, these senior students from SDA school of
Marshall expressed their excitement and appreciation for
the beauty of the
tourists attraction sites here in Pohnpei like Nan Madol and the
waterfalls they visited. Like every talented and eager minds,
alot of questions were asked during the visit but the students
were more interested to learn how The Honorable Marcelo K.
Peterson became the Governor of Pohnpei State.
Governor Peterson wished these students
success in school and a pleasant stay in Pohnpei.
10, 2017, a grant
signing ceremony was held at the residence of the Japanese
Ambassador in Nan Pohnmal. H.E. Ryoichi Horie, Ambassador of
Japan to FSM signed over the grant with the exact amount of one
hundred eighty thousand and nine hundred seventy dollars
($180,970.00) to Pohnpei State Government. The intended purpose
of the fund was for the construction of a new gymnasium for the
School of Nett. Governor Peterson thanked the Ambassador for the
huge contribution further stated
that he hopes these collaborations will strengthen the ties
between the Two Nations. In attendance during the ceremony was
T.H. Marcelo K. Peterson, Governor of Pohnpei, Director of
Education, Mr. Churchill
Edward, Public Affairs Officer, Mr. Heinrick Stevenson, and
staff, the Principal and Vice Principal of Nett School, the PTA
President of Nett School, and H.E. Ryoichi Horie, Ambassador of
Japan to FSM, along with Madam Ambassador
and Embassy staff.
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Mavner won his award, the Highest Number of Points Earned in FSM
during the month of December by reading and completing more
lessons and scoring 75% or better on the tests. Working hard
during class, after school, on weekends, and during his
Christmas vacation time, Mavner went far beyond what the other
660 students using Achieve3000 in FSM accomplished in that month
which demonstrated his interest in learning and improving his
reading and literacy abilities. He also had the support of his
family at home and his teacher and administration at Nett
School, as well.
Education Day- January 31 2017
Governor Peterson deilvering his Special Remarks
RFP-Architectural/Engineering Services Pohnpei State Government
Project Managment Office
9, 2016, a Swear-in ceremony was held at the Governor's
conference room. Governor Peterson administered the oath of
office to three (3) cabinet members and four (4) Board of
Directors of three offices. Among the newly sworn in Officials
are Mr. Kapilly Capelle, new Directo rfor Department of Health,
Mr. Nicholson Solomon as the new Director for the Dpeartment of
Resource and Development, and Mr. Jack Yakana as the new
Administrato of T&I. Governor Peterson also delivered the oath
of office to Mr. William Hawley and Mr. Etiny Hadley for board
of directors of Pohnpei Port Authority, Mr. Mohner Esiel for
board of Director of Pohnpei Transportation Authority, and Mrs.
Maria Donre for board of directors of Department of Education.
of the Governor
- October 25, 2016, Honorable Reed B. Oliver, Lt. Governor of
Pohnpei attended a workshop that was held at the main Conference
Room of the State Administrative building. The planning of the
workshop started 4 years ago. The aim of the workshop was to
basically introduce the future plan of Ridge to Reef(R2R)
Project. The workshop
was hosted by the Office of Environment & Emergency Management,
with the participation
of State & National R&D officials, NGOs, The Nature Conservancy
and Micronesia Conservation Trust. Honorable Reed B. Oliver gave
the opening remarks for the workshop on behalf of the Governor
of Pohnpei. In his remarks Lt. Governor stated that most of our
small islands, such as
Pohnpei itself, what affects our mountain ridges, impacts our
lagoon reefs. Lt. Governor Oliver concluded his speech saying
that the Office of the Governor is ready to render any
assistance that may be needed to develop a realistic and
practical framework for the project in the coming years
October 18, 2016 the Pohnpei State Department of Health Services
hosted its first traditional medicine workshop with technical
assistance from the World Health Organization (WHO) Country
Liaison Office (CLO) based in Palikir Pohnpei and its Regional
Office (RO) based in Manila, Philippines.