Tanza Elementary School
alumni homecoming May 19
Graduates of Tanza Elementary School from 1954 to 2012 will have a homecoming reunion on May 19 at the T.E.S grounds in Brgy. Tanza, E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental, a press release from the organizer said.
Homecoming activities will start with a 7:30 a.m. mass at the St. Roch Parish, to be followed by a parade within Tanza proper at 8:45 a.m. The first 300 alumni to preregister will receive souvenir items, Marie June Pavillar-Castro, Silay City councilor and T.E.S. Alumni Association president, said in the press release.
Guest of honor during the homecoming program at 9:30 a.m. is Rep. Alfredo Benitez (Neg. Occ., 3 rd District). Turnover of projects for the school will also be conducted, the press release added.
The alumni gathering will be highlighted with the coronation of the Homecoming Queen at 7 p.m., and a variety show that will feature songs and dances of the past decades.
Interested alumni may contact Castro at 0918-9288-652; Anthony Aguilar, 0910-8918929; or school principal Rowena Pavillar-Bulfa at 0928-5200795, the press release added.*
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Child sexual abuse
gab May 17-19
The Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse will be holding a three-day summer learning institute at Centro Giovanni Paolo II Research Center in Lacson Street, Bacolod City, May 17 to 19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., a press release from the organization said.
The activity is open to professionals and paraprofessionals working with sexually-abused children, and those responsible for creating a safer world for Filipino children, the press release also said.
Those interested may contact Airen Pangilinan at 0932-6076707, the press release added.*
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Writing for arts
workshop on May 21-24
A series of workshops on collections management and writing for arts and culture will be held by the Negros Museum May 21 to 24, with museum directors and curators from Yuchengco Museums and Lopez Memorial Museum and Library as resource speakers, Jeannie Javelosa of Yuchengo Museum, said.
The workshops aim to teach participants on how to write about arts and culture and to study the fields of visual arts, architecture, theater, music, and design, including the management of museum collections, she said.
The activity also aims to preserve the evolution of a Filipino culture and to conserve, develop, and promote the historical and cultural heritage and artistic creations in the country.
There will be a registration fee of P3,500, inclusive of workshop kits, certificates, and meals.
Those interested may contact the Negros Museum at (034) 476-8287 or (034) 708-5080, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.*LTG
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BCC student government
officers 2012-13 take oath
The officers of the Supreme Student Government of the Bacolod City College for academic year 2012 to 2013, took their oaths before Mayor Evelio Leonardia at the Government Center yesterday, a press release from the city said.
They are Jordan John Arnaez, president; Angelica Torres, vice president; Shien Mae Peligrino, secretary; Rhia Ann Prado, treasurer; Honor Joanna Lane, auditor; and Jerwin Latosa, business manager.
Officers were also elected to represent the Teacher Education, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Science in Information Technology/BSOA/ACT and Science in Industrial Technology courses, the press release said.
The oath-taking was also witnessed by Ma. Johanna Ann Rabago-Bayoneta, BCC administrator, and other city government officials, the press release added.*
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