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Register for One Nation pledge on July 11 at Paseo

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - While you're out enjoying the island's 70th Liberation Parade, the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center invites residents to celebrate alcohol free.

Public information officer Sara Dimla tells KUAM you can have fun being sober.

Join the One Nation Alcohol-Free Campaign to also get free stuff for you and your family that will come in handy along the parade route. You can make the One Nation pledge just outside the Paseo Stadium building while picking up your Department of Parks and Recreations camping permits on Friday, July 11th. Learn more by visiting www.onenationguam.com.  

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