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PNU Batch ‘65 celebrates  Golden Jubilee on 25-26 April 2015



By Manny G. Asuncion
November 21, 2014

 
 


All the Philippine Normal University (PNU)  Batch ‘65 graduates are invited to join their   Golden  Jubilee  Celebration on 25-26 April 2015. 

The  celebration  will be held at the Philippine Normal University and expecting a number of alumni not only in the Philppines but from all over the world.

Ms Rosita Gallega Galang and Ms Rosita de la Cruz Sia,  the  over-all – coordinators, invite everyone to participate in the two-day event wherein the alumni once more will  “ take a journey back to the good old days at our beloved Alma Mater.”

The events schedule are:

Day One:  Social Hour for Batch ’65  

April 25, Saturday, 1:00-6.00 PM. PNU Alumni Hall (formerly the Filipiniana Library below the auditorium) .

Activities: Dancing and singing to the tunes of the sixties especially the Beatles. PNU power point presentation, parlor  games, awarding of prizes, refreshments and surprise numbers.

Dress code: Sixties casual (Ladies: any  color mini-skirt or jeans  and blouse /t-shirt . Men: Beatlemania or jeans/pants and polo/t-shirt).

Day Two: Grand Alumni Home Coming (Class ‘65 among  the honorees)

April 26, 2015, Sunday, 1:00-8:00 PM. PNU Quadrangle.

Activities: Registration, election, mass, program (introduction of and presentation of medals to Jubilarians , awards power-point presentation, class presentations, etc).

Dress code: Ladies: Long sleeveless (or short sleeves)  navy blue or black dress or skirt gold top such as kimono, bolero, scarf; Men: Navy blue jeans/pants and gold t-shirt with collar (Ladies will be provided with tiaras and men with gold hats or blue hats with gold accessories).

The Batch ’65 Reunion Planning Committee is requesting  all ’65 alumni to call or e-mail the following persons listed below from their  country of residence  if they are attending or have  any questions  or further information about the reunion.

Philippines: Rosita dela Cruz Sia 961-0871, 0917-811-1336, phage@yahoo.com; Lolita Hiceta Nava (044) 815-3680,0949-308-0188, lolitnava1945@yahoo.com; Victorina Santos Pabalan ; 0920-921 1578, vicky.pabalan@ymail.com.

USA and Canada: Rosita Gallega Galang (650) 742-6469, galangr@usfca.edu; Sonnie Veracruz Hetzel (916) 706-3855, sonniehetzel@gmail.com; Eddie Mandani (415) 349-8127, edman511@yahoo.com;  Aurora Marcellana Pagulayan (410)236-3284, aurorapagulayan@gmail.com; Reza Reloj Tejada(203) 367-5214, tmtejada @optonline.net

 Australia: Manny G. Asuncion  (03) 97414016, 0407928187, masun@iimetro.com.au

The Planning Committee  hopes  that the PNU Batch ’65 alumni will help disseminate  the information about the  forthcoming Golden Jubilee Reunion  to their other classmates , thus making the celebration more  memorable,  fun and full  of laughter.

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    Manny G. Asuncion
    Sun 23rd November 2014
    Melbourne
    PNU Batch '61 Planning Committee request that alumni who read this article share it with batch mates, relatives and friends.
     
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