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Tenorio launches Guam Seal Bus Stop Project

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio launched another project in an effort to clean up the island. It's called the Guam Seal bus stop project, which kicked off this past Saturday. The first bus stop with the seal is in Tamuning along Route 1 near the Hafa Adai motel.

Tenorio states, "The Great Seal of Guam is a representation of our island and our people. It is my hope to reinvigorate a sense of pride in our island culture through projects like this." Volunteers from Adelup partnered with the Islandwide Beautification Task Force, Isla Paint & Roofing Supply, McDonald's, Winchell's, and the Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon Mayor's Office for this first bus stop.

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