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JFK High asking alumni for donations

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's the home stretch for the John F. Kennedy High School Islanders. According to International Bridge Corporation Vice President Miguel Bordallo, the move from Tiyan to Upper Tumon began today after a safety briefing was conducted for DOE personnel. Because the campus is still a construction site, volunteers cannot help with the move and IBC will assist with manpower.

JFK teacher Angelo Andres asks that the community, especially alumni, to assist with the ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for August 6. "We are still looking for donations for food as well as any supplies like canopies or chairs. We're actually expecting a thousand people. It's going to be a really big event."

To make a donation to the ribbon cutting ceremony, contact Andres at 929-3000.

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