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Golf tourney helps Ronald McDonald House

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - McDonald's of Guam is celebrating 40 years on island and held their 2nd Annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Golf Tournament at the Windward Hills Golf Course. About 50 golfers participated in the event for a good cause and for a chance at taking home some big prizes.

Hole-in-one prizes were a 2011 Nissan Rogue, $10,000 cash from Horizon Lines, Circle K 76 put up $7,600 in fuel and $2,400 in cash. Hole sponsors were MCV, Hawaiian Rock and Bank of Guam. Marketing Consultant for McDonalds Guam Davina Evaristo also wanted to thank Fly Guam for their contribution of a Hong Kong trip for two in the grand prize raffle drawing.

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