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GCC donates used generator to DOC

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Community College donated a used generator to the Department of Corrections this afternoon. DepCor's stipulated order requires the prison facility have three generators.

GCC president Mary Okada says since they received stimulus funds to help upgrade their facilities, it was perfect timing to donate their old generator to DepCor. She says they are working to help them get the rest the agency needs. "In the event that we are able to identify additional funding then they can certainly piggyback on purchasing additional generators that they need," she said.

DepCor and with Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio is asking the public if they'd like to donate a generator to contact their offices.

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