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Aquinas school holds Festival of the Lions carnival

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 Given the order to close their doors at the end of the school year by the Archdiocese of Agana, St Thomas Aquinas parents, students and staff are not going out with their heads down despite a heavy heart. Instead they celebrated what it means to be a Lion and held their heads high at the Annual Festival of the Lions on Saturday. According to the schools Principal Pilar Williams the carnival is raising funds to help pay bills and keep the school open to the end of the year. She says that despite the impending closure  the parents, students and staff are still dedicated to the school and showing their school spirit by supporting the festival.


Interview with principal Williams: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10152964657698742&id=39567613741&ref=ts

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