Guam – Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio launched the Guam Seal Bus Stop Project last Saturday, July 23.
The first bus stop to be adorned with the seal is in Tamuning along Route 1, next to the Hafa Adai Motel.
[Staff pose after volunteering to complete the first bus stop in the Lieutenant Governor’s “Guam Seal Bus Stop Project” Saturday, July 23]
“We are excited to finally begin this project. We want these bus stops to be clean for the thousands of students that use them every day,” Guam Seal Project Coordinator Roe-Ann Cruz said.
The Great Seal of Guam depicts a scene of a lone coconut tree at the mouth of the Hagåtña River with a flying proa nearby, and Two Lover’s Point on the horizon. It is enclosed by an oval pointed on either end symbolizing a sling stone.
Tenorio added that, “the Great Seal of Guam is a representation of our island and our people. It is my hope to reinvigorate a sense of pride in our island culture through projects like this.”