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Guam residents look to help neighbors in Philippines

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Guam residents continue to show their support for our brothers and sisters in the Philippines. According to Agana Heights mayor Paul McDonald, residents have asked he open his office to accept donations.

"Our ties to the Philippines is our family. We have a lot of family and friends in the Philippines and again if you would like for us to donate it directly to your family, then we can arrange that," he said.

The mayor's office will also extend hours from 8am-9pm to accept donations. To date, over 1,000 has been raised in addition to bags of clothing and canned goods.

For more information, call 472-8285/6.

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