We Are Guam unveils final village mural
by Krystal Paco
Guam - The village of Agana Heights rounded out the My Guam Village Mural Project today. Mayor Paul McDonald says local artist Tina Chargualaf perfectly depicted his central village from pre-war to present, using images of the village's flower, the legendary white lady of Fonte Bridge, and Government House.
"We're very proud of the mural," he said. "We're the last village to have it, but like they say we're the last but not the least."
The mural is more than 500 feet long and is located directly in front of the St. Fidelis Friary. The My Guam Village Mural Project is intended to elevate the Guam brand under the Guam Visitors Bureau.