Håfa Adai Pledge Kids learn about love of culture

by Guam Visitors Bureau
Stripes Guam

(Tuesday, February 13, 2017) — The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) welcomed local pre-school and elementary-aged students, along with a kid friendly business, Guam Sitters, as the newest members of the Håfa Adai Pledge Kids (HAP Kids) program. In a love-themed event on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Bonita Baby Store in Hågatña, the children learned ways to show love for their unique Chamorro culture and their beautiful island. They also learned to practice saying “Hafa Adai” everyday. Back row, from left: Nico Fujikawa, GVB Acting Director of Tourism Research, with son Knox; Senator Régine Biscoe Lee, 34th Guam Legislature; Nina Lee, daughter of Sen. Lee; Molly Snyder; Raenate Santos, Guam Sitters Owner; and Natalia Calibuso. Front row, from left: Mia Lee, daughter of Sen. Lee; Max Snyder; Avé Benitez; AuraLorae Camacho; Lola Mendiola; and Kateryna Calibuso stand proudly after taking the Håfa Adai Pledge.

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