Yearend reunion

LDHS Batch ’78 is ending 2010 and welcoming 2011 with a yearend reunion this December 30 at Spring Deer Restaurant on Timog Avenue (corner Scout Tobias) in Quezon City. The affair will start from 11:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. The get-together is Part 2 of last year’s successful reunion held by the batch to celebrate its 31st anniversary. Mark your calendar now and don’t miss seeing newly found batchmates who have confirmed their attendance. See you there!

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Last-minute meet-up

Two days before leaving the country, Lito Parungo was able to meet up with Chris Panlilio, Jorge Bagasan and long-lost best friend Orly Castro at the Congo Grille in SM-San Lazaro. Over bottles of beer they spent the whole afternoon reminiscing their high school days. As you all know, Orly got to be reunited with Batch ’78 just recently and he is looking forward to attending more activities in the coming months.

May 19 meeting


Here are the snapshots of Batch ’78’s meeting yesterday at SM-San Lazaro. Present were Vic Aguila, Jo Chan, Reginal Cruz, Chris Panlilio, Roland Sanchez, Cris Abuan, Joselito Rotoni, Zeny Cervantes, Edith Ocampo, Cristy Cristobal, Anabel Beroy, Ditas Gonzales, and former LDHS journalism teacher Beth Bustamante (Batch ’70). Lito Parungo and Guam-based Bernie Cristobal (who came with wife Josie) also attended the meeting, which was held to discuss some future plans.

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Checkmate

The search for the missing members of Batch ’78 is still in full swing. This time, it is Alex Santos who has been recently “checkmated”, as our friend Chris Panlilio described how they found  their classmate and got him into a drinking session.

Brunei-based Alex, who happened to be the class president of IV-2, is currently vacationing in the Philippines and it is his first time to be reunited with his former classmates.

The group met up for lunch at Rowena de Omaña’s house in Caloocan City before proceeding to attend the fiesta at Sonny Jarabe’s place.

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