MCHS Batch ’93 to hold 'Family Sale-bration!' bazaar on May 4 ~ Pinoy Media

Saturday, May 4, 2013

MCHS Batch ’93 to hold 'Family Sale-bration!' bazaar on May 4

Families looking to find different ways to keep busy and spend time together during the summer can look forward to the Family Sale-bration! Bazaar on Saturday, May 4, 2013, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., at Albergus La Piazza, Capitol Hills, Quezon City.

Family Sale-bration! Bazaar, organized by Miriam College High School Batch ’93 (MCHS Batch ’93), as part of fundraising initiatives for their upcoming 20th and 25th Homecoming, will showcase over 100 booths and feature activities for the kids, Mom, Dad, and even Lolos and Lolas, including:

“Kiddie-preneur” Bazaar by kids and for everyone willing to shell out money to encourage young businesspeople. It's a place where kids can learn the value of hard work and importance of earning one’s own money, and be entrepreneurs, even for just a day;

Warehouse Sale of brands like Folded & Hung, Adidas, Wade Shoes and Hotwheels, Chicco, Elle and M7J Kids Republic shoes; and many Great Deals on favorite imported and local products, yummy food and drinks, unique finds and relevant activities and services for every family member; and

Family-Friendly Activities including Fun Ranch game booths, poi and fire-dancing demonstrations, plus hourly raffle draws featuring prizes from Albergus Catering, Eye Experts Optical, Jansport, Ray-ban, Scholastic Books and bazaar participants.

So mark your family calendars on May 4 for the Family Sale-bration! Bazaar, also supported by Alveo, BesTrends Accessories, Bert Lozada Swim School, BPI, HSBC, Sentimentals, Storage Solutions and Sunlife Financial.  Entrance fee is Php20 per person and shoppers are encouraged to bring their own shopping bags.  For tickets and inquiries, please contact Matel Africa  at 0917-8101675 (02) 2154675 or Marissa Torres at 0906-2777326 (02) 4144540, email or visit Family SALE-bration Fund-Raising Bazaar on Facebook.

Miriam College High School Batch ’93 fund raising beneficiaries

Miriam Adult Education (MAE) Scholarship Fund
Department: Miriam Adult Education

Miriam Adult Education is the school’s educational program for underprivileged adults and out-of-school youth. The unit provides students with essential life skills which contribute to the improvement of the quality of their lives. Its programs are TESDA accredited and recognized by Department of Education.

Tuition and fees of all MAE students are supported by Miriam College, all MAE students are scholars. External support is always welcome, since these funds provide more academic scholarships for promising students, senior citizens, and Pre-elementary students (those who cannot read and write), as well as tuition, ID, graduation fee and transportation allowances to students.

Center for Peace Education Twinning Project
Department: Center for Peace Education

This project involves activities between the MC youth (Grade 7 and High School students) and students from Rajah Muda High School (RMHS), a public High School attended by Muslim children in Pikit, Cotabato. The activities, which aim to break down the barriers of prejudice between the two groups, include letter writing, joint newsletters and joint training.

Send-a-volunteer-to-mission project
Department: Institutional Network for Student Action

INSA sends volunteer teachers and recent alumni to different parts of the country for mission work through the GurongLingkod Program and the Miriam Volunteer Mission (Philippines) Program, respectively. The volunteering period is from one week, to six months to one year. Volunteer teachers work as teachers, resource persons or consultants while volunteer alumni work as teachers, guidance counsellors, community development workers or youth facilitators.

Press release and photos from Miriam College High School Batch ’93
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