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Liberation Day Parade to honor Gerber

by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Mayor's Council of Guam has agreed to pay tribute to the late John Gerber during this year's Liberation Day Parade. Ordot-Chalan Pago Mayor Jessy Gogue says they will work out the details with Gerber's family members for the event.

"We're hoping that we can get his vehicles out participating in the parade again like he normally does, while his museum vehicles come through," said the mayor. "We have PBS broadcasting that will hopefully do a write-up honoring him, recognizing him as a contributor not only to the parade but advocate to the Marine Corps."

This year's theme for the 66th Guam Liberation Island Fair is "We Are Guam - Honoring Our Heroes".

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