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MCV ensuring kids’ letters get to North Pole

by Michele Catahay

Guam - MCV Cable Cares, the community programs division of MCV Broadband held the "Letter 2 Santa" event at Chuck E. Cheese's in Tamuning. MCV and various local companies collaborated to help provide a memorable Christmas for the less fortunate children. Children were identified through the help of non-profit organizations on island.

MCV marketing manager Lalani Bonarrigo told KUAM News, "We have selected different non-profit organizations throughout the island. And they've in turn have helped us find children that are basically in need during the holiday season and may not have the opportunity to have all their Christmas wishes fulfilled. And so they wrote a letter to Santa and we did our best to accommodate their wishes."

The letters to Santa TV show will air on Thursday at 7pm, Friday at 10pm and on Christmas Day at 7pm. The show will air on MCV Local 2.

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