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Art contest winners announced

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - iConnect and the Islandwide Beautification Task Force awarded prizes to the winners of the Adult, Child and People's Choice Category entries of the "What Is Guam's Idea Of Fun?" art contest. Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio was on hand to present the winners with their prizes.

The project was a partnership with iConnect, the IBTF and World Resorts Manila. "But corporations like iConnect and Resorts World made it possible for this event, and I think we're going to celebrate it by recognizing the young people who kind of embodied what's fun to them and put it into some way on a bus stop and a mural," said Tenorio.

The Adult Category winner was Francis Labrador, Child Category winner was Gabriella Moyer and People's Choice winner was Bernadette Llegado. Labrador's artwork will be painted on a wall in cooperation with the IBTF, whereas Moyer's work will be painted on a bus stop. 

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