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Citibank celebrates Hafa Adai spirit

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Citibank Guam celebrated the Hafa Adai Spirit by hosting a special event featuring local artists, food and entertainment at their branch in East Agana. According to public affairs officer Connie Moral-Mayers, Citibank joined the Hafa Adai Pledge program this morning, with plans to continue promoting the culture throughout the year.

"We will continue the Hafa Adai Pledge with greetings and having our Hafa Adai Fridays. Every Friday we will have the island wear and of course, in March every year, we will show the local artists' work and exhibits and through dances probably and food. We will see how this goes. Depending on it, we will build on it' she said.

The Kuku Natibu from Agueda Johnston Middle School performed today under the direction of Dr. Benjie Santiago.

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