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Agat hosting Na' Bonita Hagat

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The southern village of Agat is hosting Na' Bonita Hagat tomorrow. Mayor Carol Tayama says this is the eighth year her office is getting help from the military, residents and several organizations to clean up her village. She says the effort is needed especially with the lack of manpower to assist with her village's upcoming festival.

"We try to promote pride in all our residents so that as a combined effort we have divide the village into six groups so we can go out and cover the entire village," the mayor said.

Anyone interested in participating with the cleanup project in Agat. The meeting area is at the Agat Mayor's Office at 7am, and for more information you can call 565-2524. Water and brunch will be provided.

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