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Inarajan hosting Electrical Light Parade

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - The annual Inarajan Electrical Light Parade is going on this Sunday and Mayor Frank Taitague is inviting everyone to attend. The parade was first born from the Municipal Planning Council about ten years ago, during the first year of the mayor's first term and has been an annual highlight ever since.

"You know," he told KUAM News, "our children see and hear about Disneyland so my municipal planning council had that idea, not just for the public, but having a parade for the children to enjoy."

The parade will begin shortly after 5 on Sunday afternoon by the Malojloj Transfer Station and stretch along Route 4 to St. Joseph's Church in Inarajan, to be followed by the float judging, a Christmas tree lighting, and food and entertainment.

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