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Pancakes for Charity set for end of March

by Michele Catahay

Guam - To celebrate its 35th anniversary, Personal Finance Center will be holding a "Pancakes for Charity" event later this month to benefit two local organizations. President of Personal Finance Center Mike Camacho says this is the first time the company has planned an event like this where funds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters and Habitat for Humanity.

He said, "We think these are very worthwhile causes here on the island. One, it helps the youth through the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guam, and it helps the community by building homes for the community of Guam. We chose organizations that our employees are involved with by giving back to the community."

You can expect a variety of pancakes from white chocolate macadamia, blueberry cinnamon, strawberry and even local flavor halo halo. The event will take place on March 26 from 8am to noon at the Sheraton in Tamuning.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children and could be purchased at PFC locations.

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