Mama Ching Quejas, president of KCCC (Kalayaan Cultural Community Center) honored the active Volunteers and regular Sponsors, with a Volunteer evening at KCCC Mississauga, recently.
KCCC is a non-profit charitable organization founded on Dec.8, 1997 to serve the community. They moved to their KCCC building at 5225 Orbitor Rd. in Mississauga on December 15, 2005.
KCCC and some sponsors who attended: Left Photo: Merla Carbonell, Rowena Sancho, Dolly Poblete, Judy Hontiveros (KCCC), George Poblete and Resty del Rosario (KCCC). (Contributed photo)
Founding President Lady Ching Quejas built this organization to its present large and successful one, with the support of sponsors and hundreds of active volunteers.
Right photo seated: Ching Quejas, Dolly Poblete, Rafael Nebres, Standing: Rowena Sancho and Merla Carbonell. (Contributed photo)
Lady Ching will be 90 years old in May. Due to poor health, Mama Ching may step down from her position on February 23. (PR)
THE Marriage Course conductors of the Prince of Peace Church in Scarborough finalized their schedule for the 20 couples who will be attending the course this year.
The six-week course is geared to guide the couples, who will get married in the church this year, on how to handle the various situations and important subjects they will encounter in their married life, particularly in their early years of marriage.
The Marriage Course Conductors for this year. (Seated) Dolly Poblete, Nina Wijangco, Cynthia Acayan and Malou Andrada. (Standing) are George R. Poblete, Ed Wijangco and Rommel Acayan. (Not in the photo are Deacon Eustace and Gloria Beausoleil and Rene Andrada) (Contributed photo)
These marriage course conductors, who are all happily married for over 35 years, will explain the important subjects on marriage and discuss with them on how to handle possible problems they may encounter in their married life. (PR)
Photo shows Tony Sicat (middle), former editor-in-chief of Pilipino Star, together with veteran journalists Willie Jose (1st from left) and Jojo Taduran (extreme right).
They met recently at The Village Roaster, 3452 Kingston Road (Corner Markham), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, as they plan the 2014 Reunion of Filipino Journalists both active and retired throughout the world.
Sicat left for the Philippines some few days ago to closely coordinate with the National Press Club of the Philippines and other publications in the Philippine in connection with the planned reunion of Filipino journalists.
For more information, please communicate with Jose at williejose1@ gmail.com. (PR)