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GCC students organize 5K for Scholarship Fund

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - As part of a service learning project, students at Guam Community College are applying what they learn in the classroom to real life in the form of a 5K run-walk to benefit the college's Foundation Scholarship Fund in order to help more students afford college.

Students are part of instructor Fred Tupaz's Personnel Supervision class. The event is set for Saturday, November 17th at 4:30 p.m. on the GCC campus. Student registration is $5. Others are $7 per individual or $20 per group of 3. Registration on race day will increase to $10 per individual.

Register with any student of the GCC SM 208, st the GCC Tourism Office in room 302, or at Hornet Sports. For more information, call Joanne Blas at 687-2076, 735-5629, or email joanne.blas1@guamcc.edu.  

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