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GovGuam raises $77,000 for Philippine relief

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Showing that Guam does care, Governor Eddie Calvo and Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio on behalf of the entire Government of Guam presented the Filipino Community of Guam with a check for over $77,000 this afternoon. The funds were raised from two separate boot drives in the past two weeks along with individual contributions from GovGuam employees as part of the GovGuam Family Pledge.

The fundraising efforts were part of Operation Guam Cares launched this month to provide Philippine disaster relief.

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