IBTF: Korean Association Adopts Stretch of Marine Corp Drive in East Hagatna

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Guam – The Korean Association of Guam unveiled their Road Adoption sign  Monday along a stretch of  Marine Corp Drive in East Hagatna. 

It is part of their 40 year anniversary celebration campaign.

The Roadway Adoption Program (RAP) is a Government of Guam project, administered by the Department of Public Works in conjunction with the Islandwide Beautification Task Force. The program permits volunteers to safely engage in community beautification activities by maintaining a section of public roadway.

[With Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio is the Korean Association President Richard Chi(to his right) along with the Islandwide Beautification Task Force, and representatives from the Korean men and women’s respective associations.]

This program provides businesses and private or public organizations the opportunity to contribute in cleaning up and beautifying Guam. This is a great opportunity to promote civic responsibility as well as promote community pride. This program also allows for public recognition of the participating organization.

The IBTF will be placing signs on both sides of the adopted roadway that would help in recognizing the organization’s efforts in beautifying our island.

For more information on getting involved please contact IBTF @ 475-9380 or email us at lt.ibtf@guam.gov