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Raffle raises funds for GMH Volunteers Association

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association commonly referred to as the "Pink Ladies" officially launched their annual Thanksgiving raffle fundraiser today. This year's event features a grand prize, a 2014 Hyundai Accent, donated by Joyce and Joey Crisostomo of Cars Plus Guam.  Joyce has been a volunteer for 16 years.

"This is what is about in that we have to get the message out to the community Joey and myself as a company we do encourage that we are advocate for GMH, and all the efforts that you guys, you ladies are go getters you make it happen," she proclaimed.

Aside from purchasing raffle tickets from the Pink Ladies, you can purchase them at Cars Plus. There are over 70 prizes to win. All proceeds will benefit GMH medical equipment needs. 

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