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"Real Faces" features stories of war survivors

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - It's a coffee table book like no other. Real Faces, as produced by the guam war survivors memorial foundation, is now available for sale and features 30 survivors and their inspiring stories and photos.

Foundation president Frank Blas Jr. welcomes the public to the book's official launch set for Wednesday at the Cars Plus showroom in Maite at 6 p.m.

He explained, "We want to be able to showcase, to give people the opportunity to purchase the product. That night you'll also have the opportunity to meet with some of the featured survivors. And not just talk to them, but if you like your book signed by them, you can get them signed."

The promotional sale is $70 for a book or $125 for two if purchased at Wednesday's launch.

For more information or to order yours today, call 734-7702 or 7703.
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