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'Guam is Good' Wine Tasting & Art Show

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The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation is proud to present the Guam is Good Wine tasting and Art Show, on Thursday, March 24th from 6pm to 9pm at the Cars Plus Showroom in Maite.  The event will feature an array of wines paired with a diverse variety of foods from local restaurants and hotels including Shoreline, Cup and Saucer, the Guam Reef Hotel as well as a special exhibition of art created by local media personalities, business leaders, and political leaders and artists.  Foundation president Marie Calvo-Monge explains the concept of the art show saying, "We wanted to give individuals from different walks of life the opportunity to express themselves and give their interpretation of the phrase ‘Guam is Good'."

Tickets for the event are $50 and available at the Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation in Hagatna, at the Peace, Love and Charity Vintage Store in Harmon (Fridays and Saturdays), or by calling 472-6854.  All proceeds benefit the Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation.

The Foundation's mission is to provide financial grants to those battling cancer in our local community.  Since its inception in 2004, The Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation has given over $600,000 in grants to local residents battling cancer.  Living with cancer can take a physical, financial, and emotional toll on an individual and the foundation aims to help alleviate some of these burdens.  The Foundation is a labor of love run exclusively by volunteers and every dollar raised directly benefits those in need.

For more information please call Natalie Calvo at 472-6854 or Marie Calvo-Monge at 635-5849.

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