March 10, 2012
Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio’s Islandwide Beautification Task Force, with help from members of the community, continued Phase II restoration work at the Archbishop Flores Memorial yesterday. The IBTF started Phase II of restoration work last month as part of the Archbishop Flores Memorial Restoration Project.
The group of volunteers water-blasted the outer circle, the sidewalks, and stairs of the memorial. This phase will continue until the memorial is entirely cleaned, water-blasted, and ready for phase III, which will begin at the end of March.
“Thanks to all of our volunteers and donors who continue to help us in this endeavor,” said Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio. “This wouldn’t be possible without them and their dedication to the beautification of this memorial and the community.”
Special thanks to the countless volunteers and donors that came out to lend a helping hand, including:
Crown Bakery
McDonald’s of Guam
Best Water and Ice
Payless Supermarkets
The Works! Foundation
Tamuning Mayor’s Office
Agana Mayor’s Office
Department of Youth Affairs
UOG AmeriCorps
Sanctuary Inc. AmeriCorps
Pa’a Taotao Tano AmeriCorps
Dept. of Labor AmeriCorps
Senatorial Candidate Brant McCreadie
The Home Depot
Benson Guam Enterprises, Inc.
For any other community organizations or volunteers, you can visit the IBTF website at to get more information on how to get involved in current and future projects.
For more information, please call Raymond D. Gibson at 475-9380.

Lt. Governor Ray stops by after the GOP convention to lend a hand at the Archbishop Flores water blasting project in Tamuning.


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