Monday, May 7, 2012


The mural beautifying the retaining wall outside the Friary was unveiled today, after more than a month of hard work in the hot sun by Tina Chargualaf, the artist, and her dozen or more volunteers.  The wall is property of the Government of Guam, and paint and supplies were donated by Benson Guam.

Father George Maddock from the Friary gave the blessing.

The artist, Tina Chargualaf, is in the middle, wearing a black blouse; to the right is Mayor Paul McDonald.  Father George is to the right.

The Friary in the mural against the backdrop of the actual Friary.

The mural, perhaps the longest village mural on Guam at the moment, depicts scenes of both traditional and modern life in the village.

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