The Philipine Cultural Community Centre (Philcomcen-Toronto) opens its doors to Filipino organizations
By Dindo Orbeso
January 26, 2015
Mangante said that the second "Taste of Manila" is slated on August 22-23, 2015 at Bathurst corner Wilson. He said that there only several Filipino businesses which have requested for reservations to establish their booths during the scheduled "Taste of Manila."
Filipino community, religious, seniors, and youth orgnizations are called upon to call Philcomcen chairman and chief executive officer Mangante to book early their organizations to use the Office of the Philippine Cultural Community Centre for their meetings.
Chairman can be contacted at (416) 845 4984. Mangante is strongly supported by the Philcomcen members of the board of directors. (St. Jamestown News Service)*********
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