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Trick-or-Treat 5K this weekend

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Calvo's Insurance 5K Trick or Treat Run/Walk will take place this Saturday. Show time is at 5:15am, go time is at 6am and the rout starts at Sinner Plaza in Agana and takes you on West O'Brien and loop towards Chode's at go back to Marine Drive.

Pinki Lujan with Calvo's said, "There will be 2 water stations on the way and we are going to have a vampire themed station so we are going to serve blood but it's really Gatorade and a witch's brew, which will be also Gatorade either blue or black. There will be a costume contest so we are encouraging everyone to come in costume and there are 4 categories. There will be a prize for best child costume, best teenage costume, best adult costume and then we have the group costume so there will be 4 categories.

"Then we have 7 age divisions, which all top 3 finishers of each age divisions male and female will also get a prize. Synergy will do a warm up again and it will be Lady Gaga Bad Romance so Claire Calvo is back as our choreographer and it will be a lot of fun, but it will be simplified so everybody could follow along."

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