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Airmen paint Mangilao bus stop

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Airmen from Andersen Air Force Base painted a bus stop today along Route 15 in Mangilao. Members from the 36th Force Support Squadron took part in the Adopt-A-Bus Stop in the village. Senior Airman Stacy Shift says about 20 individuals came out this morning to help beautify the island, saying, "We would like to. Since this was such a great success, and it's going so well, we would like to go out there and do more."

"They do so much for us and it's time to show pride in our community and show pride that we care about our people and where we live."

Shift says because of today's huge success, she says the group plans on painting more bus stops in the near future.

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