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GMH Volunteers' Charity Ball this weekend

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association is hosting their annual Charity Ball this Saturday.  The organization is admittedly setting their sights high, hoping to raise $80,000 to purchase equipment for the hospital. 

Spokesperson Connor Murphy says the members of the Association have been a great source of help over the years, telling KUAM News, "Over the course of the history of the Volunteers Association, they've raised $5,000,000 for the hospital and they want to continue that and raise more and we encourage everyone to support them."

The Charity Ball will be held this Saturday at the Hyatt Hotel in Tumon.  Tickets are $100 and can be purchased at the GMH Gift Shop in Tamuning.

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