Guam airman asks T-Mobile Girl to Air Force Ball - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Guam airman asks T-Mobile Girl to Air Force Ball

Posted: Updated:

by Leah Eclavea

Guam - It's not your typical invitation to a ball, but Airman Adam Stelmack thought he'd give it a shot anyway by asking T-Mobile spokeswoman Carly Foulkes to the Air Force Ball on Guam this September. Stelmack is one of dozens of other servicemembers who are digging up the courage to ask celebrities to be their dates to various military functions.

Although he didn't get the answer he had hoped for, he did get a personal message from Foulkes. He explained, "I was ecstatic that I found out, even though she said no, and that she was busy I was still extremely pleased that she went out of her way and took the time to make a video for me."

Stelmack says he still has a ticket for any model interested, and is hopeful Foulkes will reconsider.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Real ID now required for entrance into Naval Base Guam

    Real ID now required for entrance into Naval Base Guam

    You'll need a real ID now to get on Naval Base Guam. The Navy says effective February 4 anyone requesting access through the NBG visitor center will need Real ID-compliant identification, or a valid US Passport. A Navy news release says the Real-ID act waMore >>
    You'll need a real ID now to get on Naval Base Guam. The Navy says effective February 4 anyone requesting access through the NBG visitor center will need Real ID-compliant identification, or a valid US Passport. A Navy news release says the Real-ID act waMore >>
  • GDOE to lead island's homeless count

    GDOE to lead island's homeless count

    Counting Guam's homeless population happens every year, and this time GDOE is spearheading the count. A group of students at Liguan Elementary School in Dededo were all smiles collecting canned goods for homeless families across the island. SuperintendentMore >>
    Counting Guam's homeless population happens every year, and this time GDOE is spearheading the count. A group of students at Liguan Elementary School in Dededo were all smiles collecting canned goods for homeless families across the island. SuperintendentMore >>
  • Drunken man knowingly tried to cash stolen check

    Drunken man knowingly tried to cash stolen check

    He told police he "maybe" knew it was stolen before trying to cash the check worth more than $8,000. Tosie Baelo is charged with forgery and public drunkenness. Court documents state police responded to a forgery complaint at a local foreign exchange busiMore >>
    He told police he "maybe" knew it was stolen before trying to cash the check worth more than $8,000. Tosie Baelo is charged with forgery and public drunkenness. Court documents state police responded to a forgery complaint at a local foreign exchange busiMore >>
Powered by Frankly