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Girl Scouts distribute Christmas trees

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Various school organizations came out today to help the Guam Girl Scouts distribute Christmas trees at the main office in Upper Tumon. John F. Kennedy High School president Shanease Tudela says she always enjoys helping others by participating in community service activities. She says the holiday season is the best time spare a few hours to help.

"Really, we try to look at doing service to anyone in the community. And especially during Christmas time, the girl scouts really need for volunteering to help carrying out these heavy trees so it's a really good feeling and that's why we do it,"

Students from George Washington High School, Okkodo High School, and Father Duenas Memorial School also volunteered. In the meantime, the Guam Girl Scouts will be distributing pre-sold trees up until tomorrow.

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