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Celebrate your family's special lady with Moms Rock!

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - With Mother's Day around the corner, do you know how you're going to celebrate your mom?

In tribute to all mothers on Guam, Moms Rock is set for May 11 at the Ypao Beach Park.

From food to fun and entertainment and plenty of giveaways, it's the perfect way to celebrate your mom while benefiting the Guam Moms Helping Moms non-profit organization.

Founder Ashley Cruz said, "We're here for the island community we receive donations of children's clothing diapers and wipes and we distribute them to low income families, struggling families for free."

All proceeds from Moms Rock will benefit the organization.

The event runs from 12 noon to 9 p.m.
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