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PAG Day at McMichael
Romi C MananQuil
Fri 24th October 2014


The day was cold and cloudy with a treat of rain but the sun was shining in the heated spirits of the Philippine Artists Group as they drove north to the nature secluded McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg on Saturday, October 18, 2014.
Philippine Artists Group of Canada (PAG) Elects New Officers
Romi MananQuil
Mon 28th April 2014

Clockwise from center below: Rolly Abarilla, Frank Tonido, Frank Cruzet, Gene Lopos, Alex Gonzales (standing), Toots Quiachon, Jun Afable, Romi C MananQuil, Jhun Ciolo Diamante, Michelle Chermaine Ramos, journalist Rose Tijam, President Nelia Tonido and Mila Ureta Navaleza.
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