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Salvation Army gets $30,000 holiday bonus

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Salvation Army will get a huge boost to their inventory today as Quality Distributors president George Lai and First Lady Joann Camacho will donate $30,000 worth of food to the non-profit organization.  The company is donating all kinds of items that will be used to feed Guam's homeless and needy. 

Don't forget it's not too late for you to help and get into the spirit of giving. You can drop off donations at the Salvation Army in Tiyan or if you'd like to volunteer at the annual Thanksgiving feast, you can stop by the Chamorro Village on Thursday.

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