“Inarajan is one of Guam’s most historic villages. Its historic landmarks, unique architecture, and cultural activities provide residents and visitors a window to the journey of the Chamorro people. It is important that we make an effort to preserve these cultural icons in Inarajan and throughout our island, so that the stories of the people of Guam will be told to the children of the next generation.”
Governor Eddie Baza Calvo
Inarajan’s Community Center highlights what is characteristic about the village—its history. The original building, constructed and designed by the U.S. Navy in 1925, first served as a school. It was eventually taken over by the Inarajan Mayor’s Office and served as a recreational meeting place for the village residents.
Inarajan Community Center has been restored to its former glory. Children, manamko’, families and the island’s visitors will now be able to enjoy the newly renovated facility.