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Nahalowaa elected FCOG president

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Filipino Community of Guam now has a new president. Leahbeth Nahalowaa was elected as the organization's highest position, after an election of new officers was held last week at the Tamuning Senior Citizens Center. The new officers will serve a two-year term to commence in January 2011.

FCOG was established in 1955 and is the umbrella of Filipino organizations on Guam. 

The full roster of officers is:

  • President: Leahbeth Nahalowaa
  • 1st vice president: Roy Adonay
  • 2nd vice president: William Dela Pena
  • 3rd vice president: Meilou Milligan
  • Secretary: Anna Orbe
  • Assistant treasurer: Sonya Sotelo
  • Public relations officer: Mark Duarte
  • Auditor: Fred Cantoria
  • Peace officers: Dan Romulo and Pompeyo Barroga
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