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Inetnon Gef Pa'go - history through dance

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Hoping to garner support in their efforts to promote the island's culture and identity, Inetnon Gef Pa'go members appeared before the local Rotarians today. The group is celebrating 10 years of promoting Guam's culture and will be hosting a gala performance on May 24 and 29th at the Sheraton Resort in Tamuning.

Program Coordinator Vincent Reyes told KUAM News, "We've taken all those dances and routines and woven them into a story, so that it's not just about a dance, but it's a story about our people and it's inspiring, heartwarming and people could be empowered."

For tickets or more information residents can contact the Historic Inalahan Foundation or Bert Duenas at 688-4744.

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