Nag-iisip na ba ang iba’t ibang section ng isusuot nila sa nalalapit na reunion ng Batch ’78? Maganda kayang maging tema, halimbawa, ang “For whom the bell tolls?” para maglabasang muli sa baul ang naitatabi pang mga bell bottoms? 🙂
Today’s Father’s Day and as our way of honoring all the fathers out there, we thought of compiling here some Filipino ads that focus on them and their relationship with their sons and daughters. Take a bow, ‘Tay!
Today is the birthday of our class salutatorian, Zeny Cervantes (in pic with hubby Jun Vigo). Together with a group of IV-1 peps, they are now enjoying themselves at a resort in Laguna. Happy birthday, Zen, and we do hope you’ll enjoy this day and the years ahead.
To those who failed to join the outing, we shall be posting the photos as soon as we get them.
Update: To view some photos of this event, please click here.
It’s 2017 and we’d like to greet everyone a great new year. At the same time, we’d also like to remind all of you that 2018 is a milestone year for Batch ’78 as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Christopher “Toto” Panlilio, our batch’s president, has informed us about plans for a grand celebration. So please start brainstorming with your respective classes and relay to us your bright ideas.
Let’s make this anniversary a memorable one.
Mark your calendar! This Sunday, August 7, from 5pm, is our planned get-together. The event will be held at Spring Deer Restaurant on Timog Avenue, Quezon City. Please confirm your attendance by texting or messaging Remy Tuazon or Ruby Gaviola-Guevarra. Long-lost classmates, like Rorie Quijano and Mel Abas, will be there. The event is also open to our former teachers and batchmates. Please do come.
We got hold of this photo last month and it is only now that we managed to post it on the site. It was taken during the SM Foundation’s medical mission at SM City San Lazaro last May. With Doc Rorie Quijano-Siasoco are her daughter, Rebecca (leftmost) and youngest sister, Riza (rightmost), both of whom also volunteered during the medical mission. Dropping by to see them was our former YDT teacher, Miss Rodelia Tangco.