Hello and welcome to the Sons and Daughters of Guam Club, Inc. (SDGC).
Founded in 1953, SDGC continues serving as a gathering place for the Chamorro community, and actively preserving the Chamorro culture by hosting fundraisers, fiestas, senior lunches, cultural events, and club meetings. With the majority of its members primarily located in southern California, SDGC members can be found in San Diego, Guam, and throughout the world.
To learn more about the origins of the club, please view the History page.
If you have any questions, would like to become a member, or need directions to the club house, please visit the Contact Us page.
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Sons and Daughters of Guam Club
Dedicated to the preservation of the Chamorro Culture
Tito Baza and Joe Untalan witnessing the purchase of the clubhouse, from the original owner, with Pete and Elenore Pereira in the background.
Celebrating our U.S. Air Force Veterans
Celebrating our U.S. Army Veterans
Celebrating our U.S. Marine Veterans
Carport and front entrance to the SDGC clubhouse
Guam, where America's day begins...
Entrance to the SDGC Pavilion
Getting ready to play at the 60th anniversary
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the SDGC
Celebrating our Veterans
Read about SDGC in the Feb. 2 issue of GuamPDN.
Read about the 60th anniversary of SDGC in the Sept. 22 issue of GuamPDN.
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