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Shop Guam/Taste Guam held in Tumon

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by Joan Aguon Charfauros

Guam - On Sunday, Pleasure Island in Tumon was the place to be for food, fashion, and fun as Shop Guam, Taste Guam was held. Presented by the Guam Visitors Bureau and the Guam Hotel Restaurant Association, the evening was packed with five fashion shows, local dance troupe performances, and of course, the best culinary creations from the island's top hotels, restaurants, bakeries and other confectionaries. Proceeds from food and beverage sales will benefit the Micronesian Chefs Association, Guam Community College's Culinary Arts Program and GHRA scholarships.

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