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FD foundation's "Lights, Camera, Auction" on Friday

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Experience an auction like you've never seen before. The Father Duenas Endowment Foundation will be hosting its 2nd annual Live Auction Event, "Lights, Camera, Auction," this Friday. And just in time for the holidays.

"Sold your way - that's what you'll be hearing on Friday night here at the Hyatt Lights Camera, Auction," said  celebrity auctioneer Joe Taipel. He'll be auctioning off prizes such as cars, round trip tickets to Tokyo, Manila, Hawaii, and much more. The event is said to benefit scholarship recipients and FD students.

"The reason it's appealing to everybody not just for fun, and winning prizes, or experiencing a live auction for the first time, but it's an invitation for everybody here on Guam to invest in these young leaders and a brighter future that affects all of you ," added Taipel.

The event is November 17th from 6-11 pm at the Hyatt Regency Guam.

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