Bolinao Bani Association of Guam Paints & Adopts Bus Stop

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Guam –  This past Sunday the Bolinao Bani Association of Guam in conjunction with the Lt. Governor’s Guam Seal Bus Stop Project painted and adopted a bus stop located in Liguan Terrace, Dededo. This is the first bus stop that was painted and adopted by a community partner.

“This is truly a community effort,” stated Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio. “We will be going throughout the island and cleaning up these bus stops. But only with the communities participation can these projects be a success.”

[Caption: The first bus stop to be adopted under the Guam Seal Bus Stop Project was painted by the Bolinao Bani Association this past weekend. The bus stop is located in Liguan Park II, Liguan Terrace, Dededo.]

The Bolinao Bani Association is a member of the Filipino Community of Guam. The organization is a non-profit organization focused on camaraderie between the municipalities of Bolinao and Bani. Since their establishment in 1989 the Bolinao Bani Association of Guam have been serving our island community through generous donations and community service.

Thanks to Isla Paint and Roofing Supply for providing the paint, National Office Supply for the painting supplies and DC Signs for the stencil of the Great Seal of Guam.

If you would like to adopt a bus stop, please contact, Roe-Ann Cruz, Guam Seal Bus Stop Project manager, at 475-9380-4, or through e-mail: roeann.cruz@guam.gov.