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August is Child Support Awareness Month

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - It is Child Support Awareness Month and to celebrate the Attorney General's Office along with Erica's House, Guam Moms Helping Moms, Inafa'maolek and Sanctuary, Inc. are hosting a kids carnival and parent outreach event. Children will be able to enjoy back to school giveaways, food, face painting and more, while parents can sign up for child support and get answers about your child support case on the spot. The event takes place Saturday at the Dededo Senior Citizens Center from 9am to 2pm. In addition, an employer's symposium will also be held Tuesday August 26th from 8am to 5 pm at the Guam Community College Multi Purpose Room. 
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