Guam - Speaking of donations Santa came in the form of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce that presented $20,000 worth of toys for the Salvation Army's Toy Drive. Chinese chamber vice president Benson Au-Yeung says this is the third year they've donated, saying, "This year we're very lucky even though everybody I know is having a hard time with the economy we outdid last year and we donated $20,000 worth of toys."
The Veterans of Guam Motorcycle Club also made a $1,000 toy donation, which they brought in a motorcade from NCTAMS. Incoming veterans of Guam Motorcycle Club President Albert Park said, "It means a lot to a lot of kids that never really get anything who can't afford to get anything so this is a good thing for the needy."
The toys are set to be distributed on December 21 and 22nd.
About 15,000 tax refund checks are being printed tomorrow to be sent out Monday. The Department of Revenue and Taxation, and Department of Administration have started the process to pay out the tax refunds.More >>