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Guam Young Professionals meet Rotarians

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Guam Young Professionals chairperson spoke before the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay this afternoon to discuss the Chamber of Commerce's newest committee. GYP chairman Jay Rojas says they are a group of 21 to 40 year old's that interact and give back to the community. 

He told KUAM News, "We've done quit a bit of cleanups, we have adopted some of the JDC life skills programs that is the juvenile drug court programs where we actually have JDC students come into different businesses and give them a tour of what its like."

Rojas adds that they are working on their next project called Blueprint for Progress, which will outline plans for the island's future. To learn more about the GYP or to become a member, check out GuamYoungProfessionals.com.

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