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Guam businesswomen help Oasis Empowerment Center

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Women's Chamber of Commerce kicked off the holiday season today by lending a helping hand to the Oasis Empowerment Project. Oasis is Guam's only long-term residential program for abused women homeless women and children currently sheltering up to 20 women and children at any given time.

The GWCC is collected holiday donations for children participating in oasis at their general membership meeting as part of the Oasis Children Project. If you are a businesswoman and would like to become a member of the GWCC contact www.guamwcc.com or if you would like to donate a gift for a child in need contact 487-7022 for more information.

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