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Help find candidates for the 66th Miss Guam Liberation Queen Contest

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by Heather Hauswirth

GUAM - In preparation for the 66th Miss Guam Liberation Queen Contest, the
Mayors Council of Guam is asking for the community's help in scouting
out candidates. Village mayors, non-profit organizations, military
organizations, Gov Guam agencies, employee associations as well as
private businesses are all encouraged to get involved in the
nomination and recruitment process. Those interested in sponsoring a
2010 Miss Guam Liberation candidate are advised to contact Agat Mayor
Carol Tayama at 565-2524 or Vice Mayor Louise Rivera at 646-5211. The
candidate that secures the greatest number of sold tickets will be
announced as the 2010 Liberation Queen. The registration deadline is
April 21st.

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