By Evelyn A. Opilas
PRO, Australia Philippines Services League
April 25, 2016
Lorna Opilas-Manodon, Renato, Yvonne and Evelyn Opilas show the medals of their father, WWII veteran and former military officer, the late Col. Vicente Zamora Opilas (ret), who would have been 100th years old this year. (APSL photo)
The Australia Philippines Services League, along with other Allied Forces contingents, easily adapted to the new route of this year’s Anzac Day March starting from Pitt Street and turning right on both Hunter and Elizabeth Streets and finishing at Liverpool Street in Sydney’s central business district. (APSL photo)
‘Mission accomplished’ was the message being conveyed by the Australia Philippines Services League after the successful Anzac Day March, from left, Chris Pilao, Art Alcantara, Josie Pilao, Lorna Manodon Michelle Manodon, Yvonne Opilas, Bella Ignacio, Norma Vargas, Judith del Prado, Mike Onate, Nida Boado, Leth Alcantara, Mae Vonn Manodon, Nars Ignacio, Ella von Sameh, Eva Onate and Gabriel von Sameh. (APSL photo)
PARTNERS FOR CHANGE. Undersecretary Joel B.Maglunsod and OWWA Administrator Hans Cacdac, together International Labor Affairs Bureau OIC Director Mary Sol D. Dela Cruz, meet with the group of repatriated workers from Saudi Arabia who sought assistance in claiming their unpaid wages and benefits from their employers.
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