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Rodriguez spearheads Japan relief effort

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Democrat Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. is calling on the community to assist the victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on Friday. The senator's office is organizing a 5K Run/Walk on April 16 and a Golf Tournament at the Starts Guam Golf Resort on April 30.

All proceeds of these events will be donated to the Japan Club of Guam for the purpose of assisting the victims of this tragedy. Rodriguez has tapped his wife, Lena Calvo-Rodriguez, to coordinate the fundraising events. Details are being finalized and will be released this week.

Anyone wanting to assist should contact the senator's office at 649-8638 or 649-0511.

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