Hafa Adai Pledge Signing Reveals Plans On New Guam Museum & Spanish Palace Restoration


Guam- 7 more organizations have signed on to the Hafa Pledge program at the Guam Visitors’ Bureau (GVB) conference room.

This means more than 167 businesses and organizations have committed to GVB’s branding initiative to promote the Hafa Adai spirit and Chamorro culture. Among the new participants is Department of Chamorro Affairs President Joseph Cameron. He talks about promoting the Hafa Adai spirit through the construction of the new Guam Museum and says many programs will incorporate community involvement. He also hints about big plans for filling the Sirena Park with water and the restoration of another historic landmark.

“There will be opportunities to envelope those programs in with the Chamorro spirit” said Cameron. “We are also very happy to announce that we are embarking on the possibility of rebuilding the Spanish Palace in Hagatna.”

The other organizations that signed the free pledge program include the Guam Council of the Arts and Humanities, the Guam Museum Foundation, Capture This, Market Wholesale Distributors, QMark Research Guam and E&L Creations.