Yigo is one of nineteen municipalities on the U.S. Territory of Guam. Yigo’s flag sports beautiful images of the village. The colors red, white, and blue are displayed on the flag. Red represents the blood shed by the local people during World War II, while the blue represents the tears shed by the thousands who mourned their loss. The inset logo contains aspects of the village mayor’s office logo, with two Guam seals surrounding its perimeter. Within the confines of the logo are three latte stones that represent the strong foundation of which many ancient homes of the Chamorro were built. The words “Welcome to Yigo” and “Hafa Adai” portray the peoples’ welcoming demeanor. At the center of the largest latte stone is the picture of the island of Guam proudly etched into its limestone, and below it are its village flowers which grace the foreground.
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Note: This flag design has been produced for the Mayors’ Council of Guam. For information regarding official adoption of this flag design, please contact the the Mayors’ Council of Guam directly.