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Students host humanitarian project

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - With the holidays around the corner, a student led campaign called "We Gotcha Covered" is hoping residents will open their closets for a worthy cause.

From clothes to bedding and shoes, Academy of Our Lady of Guam student Ana Bordallo says the program aims to promote environmental awareness and bonding within the community. "We're doing this community service project. If you have used clothes that you don't want anymore, you can recycle them. We will take it off your hands," she said.

The program launches October 28 with collections beginning October 29 through the end of November when items are set for distribution.

For more information, contact Speaker Judi Won Pat's office.

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