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Guam Golfers Join Pacific Games Fundraising Using Bingo

With the scheduled 2007 Pacific Games in Apia, Samoa fast approaching, many sports federations in Guam have planned fundraising activities to raise money for their athletes. While some sports federations have marked their travel calendars, other organizations have no plans to make the trip. For instance, the Guam Table Tennis Federation will not be taking fundraising initiative because according to the Guam Table Tennis Federation Secretary-General, David Fejeran, the Pacific Games is a bit expensive.

Fejeran further stated that for many of their players the option of an extended stay in Samoa is available, so they have decided not to send a team there. The Bowling Congress of Guam also has no plans to fly south because according to the Bowling Congress Secretary-General, Joey Miranda III, there is no bowling event in the Pacific Games. Nonetheless, the Guam National Golf Federation is currently holding a GNGF (Guam National Golf Federation) bingo game located at the Guam International Country Club every night.

Vicky Hammer, President of the Guam National Golf Federation, declared that the doors of the Guam International Country Club open at 5:30 p.m. and the regular bingo games start around 7:15 p.m. Those interested can learn about the payouts and the specials that are being offered at the advertisement pages of the local paper since it varies each night.


Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Karen Jacobs

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