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Mangilao proudly hosting "DonneFest"

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Things are heating up in Mangilao, as mayor Nito Blas says the central village has been planning a Donne Festival that will feature donne, pika recipes, the crowning of Little Miss Donne, and a variety of other activities.  The festival coincides with the celebration of Mangilao's patron saint, Santa Teresita, this weekend.

"We're inviting vendors and customers, so this is the chance to come and display and try to make a little bit of money," said the mayor.  "Hopefully, it'll make a million dollars - but just at least a little."

The Mangilao Donne Festival begins on Thursday and continues through Saturday.

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