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BBQ Block Party on Pleasure Island

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The place to be this weekend will be the second annual BBQ Block Party taking place on Saturday, July 5 at Pleasure Island in Tumon from 5pm-10pm, the GVB signature event will feature a Guma display and a BBQ competition between chefs from Guam, Korea, and Russia for the title of grillmaster.

GVB acting general manager Nate Denight said, "The Guam BBQ Block Party enhance while also appealing to our local community by showcasing what our island has to offer, which is our BBQ."

In regards to the current weather, Denight says they are monitoring it very closely and are in communication with Homeland Security and the National Weather Service.
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