A top shareholder of Tri-Marine International operates Soltuna fishing and processing limited in Noro visited the tuna centre last week.
During his visit Renato Curto also called in at the Noro community high school last Friday where he was able to launch a first ever newsletter for the school called Umoro.
Chairman of the school Nelson Boso told the paper in an email yesterday that students, staff, parents and guardians, school board members were proud and honoured to host Mr Curto and his members of delegation.
Mr. Curto was in Noro on an official business visit to see the operating of National Fisheries Development (NFD) and Soltuna.
During his previous trip, Mr Curto, on behalf of the Curto Family Trust announced funding to build one school building which will accommodate four standard classrooms, funds for one new ablution block as well as funds to upgrade the current ablution block.
“Work on these donated facilities is already underway,” Mr Boso said.
Mr Renato during this trip was accompanied by two business associates Toshio Tsuboi President of Tokyo Reizo and Kenichi Ito of Mitsubishi.
Mr Boso said the school welcomed the delegation to Noro community high school and also to Noro town.
By DENVER NEWTER