I am new to the site and found some very interesting music, dance and other video's that promote your band and your University. I am much more and Old School gal, who is very much opposite of what you all do. I very like the concept of inter connecting a wide range of musical performing artists. We are from a Tropical Island setting of the types of dances we do, but also want to learn about the current trends, hobbies and interests of various youth groups. I am an islander myself and also have met other unique and interesting islanders from the island who are are residing permanently in the United States. I currently use blogs to support various community reach out projects for young adults. I am mostly work around middle school age and high school groups. Looking for resources on where to go for help. We do have our own music choir and band group here in BMS Middle School, but likewise what I learn can always be shared with my co-workers and students who are into the entertainment show case playing field. At this time we are preparing for our up-coming Chamorro Festivities that takes place in the month of March. We have a Capoiera Mandinga Brazilian self-defense program, Phillepene Folk Dance, and Cultural Island Style and Hula, Polynesian youth groups and a USA Jumprope Health and Fitness Program all being organized by amazing adult volunteers for Island Girl Power. Please help us by spreading positive messages, clean and healthy lifestyles and trust within our network. Very pleased to be here and please pass this on to anyone you may know who would like to learn about our youth on Guam.
We do not promote alcohol and tobacco advertisement but only to unite and bring together positive role models to our network of friends and family. The respect for confidentiality and best practices is also practiced within our program.