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Guam - The Liberation Carnival is over but the tally of how much was made is still underway.
Mayors' Council Executive Director Angel Sablan however is confident that the annual Carnival has once again made a profit, as it has every year for the past 3 years since the Carnival was placed under the administration of the Mayors' Council.
The Carnival this year got off to a soft-opening on May 30th and ran through August 11th. Once again, the Carnival was extended for an additional week.
Sablan telling PNC News today [Wednesday] that he thinks it ran a little bit too long, but he declares it was still a success all the same.
Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your siteThey are still awaiting some final invoices before they know exactly how much of a profit was made and he expects to have the final number within 2 weeks.
The proceeds from the carnival are split 50-50 between the Mayors' Council and the First Lady's charity, the Rigalu Foundation.
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