Encore with the two peps

The peps got together yesterday with “newcomers” Ariel Dimacali and June Lapira. They must have really enjoyed it that they are holding a Part 2 this Sunday, September 14, 4 p.m., at Ruby Gaviola-Guevarra’s residence in Quezon City. As always, everyone’s welcome to attend, especially those who failed to make it yesterday.

George Hizon and Remy Tuazon-Martin have filed their reports on yesterday’s meeting and we will be posting the final writeup as soon as the photos (and videos) are in.

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Dimacali family

Ariel Dimacali is indeed back to the fold. He recently got in touch with us and shared these photos and some updates. Above is Ariel with his three boys: Raphael, a computer science freshman at the University of Santo Tomas, Judehel, grade 5, and Michael John, grade 1, both at the Children’s School of Tomorrow.

Ariel’s wife, Vivian, is department head at Vishay Phils. , Inc.

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June and Ariel are found

At last, our classmate June Lapira is now accounted for. Please visit our comment section to read his notes for all of us. June is currently working for the Light Trail Transit Authority (LRTA) in Pasay City. He now lives in  Cavite with his wife and four children.

June has also linked us with another classmate, Ariel Dimacali. Ariel lives in Bacoor, Cavite, and no longer in Alabang as we had announced in a previous post. Remy Tuazon talked with Ariel over the phone this afternoon and was told he is leaving for Bahrain middle of this month. Ariel has three children, the eldest already in college and June’s former student at the Saint Francis of Assisi College.

A get-together to formally welcome these two long-lost classmates is set for September 11 at Starbucks, Mall of Asia. Remy is requesting you to text her back to confirm your attendance.

February celebrants

“The task of the excellent teacher is to stimulate ‘apparently ordinary’ people to unusual effort. The tough problem is not in identifying winners: it is in making winners out of ordinary people.”

With this quote from American educator K. Patricia Cross, we would like to greet our class adviser, Mrs. Purificacion Calope-Lomantas, a great birthday tomorrow, February 2. We would like to thank Ma’am Fe for inspiring all of us to dream our dreams and walk the proverbial extra mile to make those dreams come true.

Ariel Dimacali is also celebrating his birthday on February 4. Happy birthday, Ariel. We wrote earlier that we found a Facebook account under his name, but that guy is just a namesake.

Rorie will just try to do a Sherlock Holmes using the incomplete address provided by Eric recently.