Outrigger Guam Beach Resort is caring for the community

Edwin Torres, Michael Juco, Capt. Stambaugh,  Steve Solberg, Cassie Peredo, Jenny Costes, Phil San Nicolas,  Chris San Nicolas, Renee Angoco, Ko Ka’ai. Not pictured Ronnel Tiong, Jarrod Rebenal, John Mingoy, Rosina Salas,  Annalyn Besagar, Michelle Tanglao, and Lea Panes

Edwin Torres, Michael Juco, Capt. Stambaugh, Steve Solberg, Cassie Peredo, Jenny Costes, Phil San Nicolas, Chris San Nicolas, Renee Angoco, Ko Ka’ai. Not pictured: Ronnel Tiong, Jarrod Rebenal, John Mingoy, Rosina Salas, Annalyn Besagar, Michelle Tanglao, and Lea Panes

BY MICHAEL JUCO — The I’Kabeisyu (Leaders) committee led the way in collecting over 200 food items to fight hunger for those in need.  The efforts of their Caring for Our Community project was awarded with a certificate of appreciation from Captain Stambaugh of the Salvation Army Guam chapter. Managers and hosts involved in the IK committee meet regularly to find ways to spread their values of Inafa’maolek (Hospitality) in and around the hotel. The two-week canned food drive was strategically held to raise awareness just in time to lend a helping hand and fill some stomachs on Thanksgiving Day.

 

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