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UOG AmeriCorps Hosts 9-11 Events

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

PRESS RELEASES - UOG AmeriCorps is hosting several events in remembrance of 9-11. A 9-11 memorial display will be open to the public September 7 to 14 at the University of Guam Student Center Rotunda. The display includes the names if the victims of 9-11, our fallen soldiers from Guam and Micronesia, current soldiers serving, and more. 

On September 11, AmeriCorps will host a "Celebrate Freedom" event outside the Student Center. Local and military families are invited to attend. There will be free popcorn, cotton candy, hotdogs, jumpers for the kids, rock climbing and more. "It's a day for all Americans to get together to celebrate freedom, to remember those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, and those who continue to fight because of that tragic day," said Benjamin Leon Guerrero, UOG AmeriCorps Program Director.

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