Guam High School celebrates Mes Chamorro with the Håfa Adai Pledge
(Friday, March 15, 2019) — The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) had the pleasure of welcoming the faculty, staff, and students of Guam High School during their Mes Chamorro celebration.
GVB was honored to join Guam High School for their Mes Chamorro celebration. The Guam High School Mes Chamorro celebration was filled with cultural performances for the student body to enjoy ranging from singers, dance competitions, and cultural demonstrations. The event came full circle with the Håfa Adai Pledge Ceremony.
GVB Acting Director of Tourism Research, Nico Fujikawa, shared, “What you students displayed this afternoon is proof that the Chamorro culture is thriving. Thank you for living out the culture and showing our visitors Guam’s unique culture and spirit.”
On behalf of the Guam Visitors Bureau, we thank our school partners, such as Guam High School, for their determination and effort towards perpetuating and promoting Guam’s unique culture through the island’s youth in celebration of Chamorro Month!
About the Håfa Adai Pledge
The Håfa Adai Pledge celebrates its 10-year anniversary this 2019! It is a cornerstone of the Guam Visitors Bureau’s local community branding campaign. The Håfa Adai Pledge program has grown steadily in the number of participants as well as the content of individual pledges since its inception in 2009. More than 825 private businesses, government agencies, nonprofits, organizations and local school children have taken the pledge, representing more than 36,500 individuals locally and abroad.
For More Information: Josh Tyquiengco
Public Information Officer
GUAM VISITORS BUREAU