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Students awarded business scholarships

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by Janjeera Hail

Five students from Guam are the recipients of scholarships from First Hawaiian Bank and Guam Business News.  University of Guam students, Lisa Nguyen, See Cabrera, Melisa Pisaro and Leilani Manalo received $3,500 scholarships, while Chelsea Ulloa from the Guam Community College was awarded a $2,200 scholarship. 

Tomorrow four recipients from the Northern Marianas College in Saipan will receive their awards.  The two organizations have raised funds to provide the scholarships aimed at promoting high education.

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