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King of Pop look-alike contest in Dededo

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The University of Guam's School of Education Student Organization, Association for Childhood Education International is sponsoring a Michael Jackson look-a-like competition on January 17 at the Micronesia Mall. Those interested are encouraged to dance and/or sing like the legendary King of Pop. 

Same-day registration is $5 from 10am-1pm in the Mall's center court in Dededo.  The competition will begin at 2pm. There will be prizes for 3 age categories.

The UOG organization in the meantime is also sponsoring the annual islandwide poster contest in recognition of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday celebration.  The contest theme this year is "Sustaining the Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." and is is open to all public, private, and DoDEA school children in kindergarten through 12th grade. 

Art submissions are due by January 12. For more information e-mail president Heidi Cameron at aceiuog@yahoo.com.

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