rancho 2 golf tournaMent & fellowship


Rancho Estate 2 Home Owners Association
GOLF TOURNAMENT & FELLOWSHIP

Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club, Quezon City
May 9, 2014

Fundraising for the construction of the multi-purpose hall of Rancho Estate 2, Marikina City



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if the lord builds the house (7/17/2016) - Ground-breaking ceremony: Family Center Rancho Estate 2 Home Owners Association, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City, Philippines, July 16, 2016 4pm
Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public: If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!” You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters. Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift WebTV Show. This show will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.” In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join. For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com Sincerely, Rom Cumagun THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning Marist school afternoon shift web.tv.filM (8/17/2016) - "Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!"
PARLIAMEMENTARY PROCEDURE (4/1/2020) - THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: How To Conduct Meetings Using Parliamentary procedure Time: Apr 2, 2020 10:00 AM Beijing, Shanghai
Tanya Lat, Program Officer for Formation (Social Programs) Ateneo de Manila University Law School, Executive Director for Association of Law Schools, Professor at Ateneo posted a photo on her facebook commenting: The Philippine delegation is all smiles as we pose for a group picture with our volunteers at the close of the 2015 International Folk Art Market. We had a good run this year! Already looking forward to next year’s IFAM. smile emoticon — with Andy Moran, Bernadeth Ofong, Anna India Legaspi, Beng Ronquillo-Camba, Noi Quesada and Ruth P. Canlasin Santa Fe, New Mexico ph delegation: international folk art Market 2015 (8/17/2015) - The Philippine delegation is all smiles as we pose for a group picture with our volunteers at the close of the 2015 International Folk Art Market.
rancho 2 golf tournaMent & fellowship (8/18/2016) - Fundraising for the construction of the multi-purpose hall of Rancho Estate 2, Marikina City. Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club, Quezon City May 9, 2014

if the lord builds the house


Ground-breaking ceremony: Family Center Rancho Estate 2 Home Owners Association, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City, Philippines, July 16, 2016 4pm

Program:

Welcome Address: Gen. Angel Atutubo (President)
Invocation: Rev. Fr. Eymard Balatbat
Introduction of the board: Mr. Leo Tamayo
Speakers: Marikina 2nd District Rep. Miro Quimbo
Concecion Dos Capt. Jane Z. dela Rosa
Closing Remarks: Engr. Eduardo de Sahagun (VP)
Blessing of Tennis Court
Ground Breaking Ceremony
Reception to follow
Emcee: Mr. Joseph Morales (PRO)

Rancho Estate 2 Homeowners Association

VISION

A peaceful, friendly, healthy, and active community that fosters neighborhood pride, encourages coopertion and promotes harmony.

MISSION

Promote and protect the general welfare of the homeowners, Maintain a safe, secure, friendly, and enjoyable place to live.



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Be Inspired by a JVP Jesuit Volunteer (2/2/2020) - FACEBOOK LIVE Interview: Blas Butching Sarraga Descallar (Jesuit Volunteers Philippines Foundation) Executive Director
Blueridge Divas: Bambi Quema Bagatsing, Diana J Manglapus, Emma Mercado Anzures, Navarro Imee and Iryne Garcia --- goes paragliding at Timberland San Mateo Rizal with Communication Prof. Rom Cumagun June 10, 2014. Emma Mercado Anzures: thanks much for these beautiful photos! Regards! Rom Cumagun: You are welcome! As a photo-video documentarist, I aim to photograph what is present and not manipulate anything to enhance beauty; the photos are beautiful because the subjects are. Navarro Imee: Thanks, Rom Cumagun Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning blueridge divas goes paragliding (8/16/2016) - As a photo-video documentarist, I aim to photograph what is present and not manipulate anything to enhance beauty; the photos are beautiful because the subjects are.
CONDUCT ARVUT WORKSHOPS (3/28/2020) - THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: How To Conduct Meetings Using the Arvut Technique Time: Apr 2, 2020 10:00 AM Beijing, Shanghai
HOW CAN I BECOME A LEADER (3/28/2020) - You are invited to a Zoom meeting. I WANT TO BE A LEADER: HOW CAN i BECOME ONE? When: Mar 30, 2020 10:00 AM Asia/Manila
HOW TO ATTEND YOUR WEDDING ALONE (6/25/2016) - You're getting married but your preferred wife didn't win your parents' approval. Your parents elected someone else who happens to be not of your liking.
if the lord builds the house (7/17/2016) - Ground-breaking ceremony: Family Center Rancho Estate 2 Home Owners Association, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City, Philippines, July 16, 2016 4pm
Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public: If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!” You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters. Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift WebTV Show. This show will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.” In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join. For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com Sincerely, Rom Cumagun THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning Marist school afternoon shift web.tv.filM (8/17/2016) - "Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!"
PARLIAMEMENTARY PROCEDURE (4/1/2020) - THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: How To Conduct Meetings Using Parliamentary procedure Time: Apr 2, 2020 10:00 AM Beijing, Shanghai
Tanya Lat, Program Officer for Formation (Social Programs) Ateneo de Manila University Law School, Executive Director for Association of Law Schools, Professor at Ateneo posted a photo on her facebook commenting: The Philippine delegation is all smiles as we pose for a group picture with our volunteers at the close of the 2015 International Folk Art Market. We had a good run this year! Already looking forward to next year’s IFAM. smile emoticon — with Andy Moran, Bernadeth Ofong, Anna India Legaspi, Beng Ronquillo-Camba, Noi Quesada and Ruth P. Canlasin Santa Fe, New Mexico ph delegation: international folk art Market 2015 (8/17/2015) - The Philippine delegation is all smiles as we pose for a group picture with our volunteers at the close of the 2015 International Folk Art Market.
rancho 2 golf tournaMent & fellowship (8/18/2016) - Fundraising for the construction of the multi-purpose hall of Rancho Estate 2, Marikina City. Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club, Quezon City May 9, 2014

HOW TO ATTEND YOUR WEDDING ALONE


You’re getting married. Unfortunately your preferred wife didn’t win your parents’ approval. Your parents elected someone else who happens to be not of your liking.

Still you want to get married. Your parents assure you of your inheritance should you marry the partner of their choice. You’re worried about offending the feelings of your preferred wife, however.

Your genius strikes you — why not attend your wedding alone. Attending your wedding together is a worn tradition anyway. How do you pull this off?

Tell your parents that you want to have a simple wedding with only 150 guests gathered in a small government office. If your parents ask why you held your bachelor’s party in an open field, tell them that’s different — this wedding is non-traditional, fit for a maverick. Add more benefits by telling them that you also don’t want to burden people with a monstrous traffic. Change the topic by entertaining them with conversations on how sensitive your skin is to pineapple fiber.

Communicate to your preferred partner that you love her deeply without revealing your true feelings to your parents. Whisper to her that aside from attending your wedding alone, you are in fact choosing the small government office for sentimental reasons (that is where her parents also got married, remember?).

Most important of all, reiterate to your presumptive wife-elect the benefits of a non-traditional wedding, that this wedding will save all parents-in-law money, that this wedding will spare the community from motoring inconvenience. Use a cordial tone and language as you explain that the underlying benefit is that you don’t have to be hypocritical to each other. Convince her that doing it this way will allow both of you to invite all the guests they have to thank — for electing them to wed.