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Child Haus Manila visitors

The Metro Manila Mayor’s Spouses Foundation Inc. recently visited Child Haus Manila, (a temporary shelter for cancer-stricken patients) to turnover a check donation for the benefit of its residents. The generous group is composed of the First Ladies of the cities and one municipality in Metro Manila.

In the photo above are (from left) Dr. Rachael Rosario, Childhaus executive director, founder Ricky Reyes, Carmencita Abalos, Tates Gana, Edna Calixto, and Dr. Joyce Medina.

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9th Grand Alumni Homecoming and Centennial Anniversary Celebration

Members of the Integrated Albay High and Bicol University High Schools Alumni Association
Graduates of Albay High School-Legazpi and the Bicol University High School will have their 9th grand alumni homecoming on May 20 and 21 at Albay Astrodome in Legazpi City. The alumni of both high schools had been integrated as a group. It is now called The Integrated Albay High and Bicol University High Schools Alumni Association. 

The homecoming was originally scheduled on the first Saturday of May but was movie to its present date due to the national elections on May 9. 

In this reunion, AHS class 1966 will celebrate its Golden Anniversary while graduates of BU High School Class 1991 will celebrate its Silver Anniversary. They will also celebrate the centennial Anniversary of the first graduates of Albay High School in 1916. On May 20 the high schools outstanding  alumni will be given recognition. 

For more information about the grand homecoming please contact Paris Real, Grand Alumni Association president (center, first row kneeling) 0917-5633751, Editha Lodado 0916-7401689 and Beda Melgar 0917-8131044.

 

Topics: Child Haus Manila visitors , 9th Grand Alumni Homecoming and Centennial Anniversary Celebration
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