20 Nov 2004: 19th Annual SPCAA-SCC Dinner-Dance

Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, 111 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach CA; ph 562-437-5900.

Open to all Paulinians who attended any SPC school in the Philippines.

 

An Invitation

 

ST. PAUL COLLEGE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION

12132 Movius Drive, Garden Grove CA  92840

 

October 18, 2004

 

Dear Fellow Paulinians and Friends,

May this greeting find you and your loved ones in the best of health and circumstances!

 

The 19th Annual Dinner-Dance of St. Paul College Alumnae Association’s Southern California Chapter is just around the corner. Once again, we need your kind support for this event, which seeks to raise funds for St. Paul charities.

 

I wish to thank all of you who supported our projects last year.  Our association was able to send $5,000 for the Vigil House through the Paulinian Global Foundation Inc., and $3,000 to Tala Leprosarium.

 

While Vigil House is a home for aging and ailing nuns of St. Paul of Chartres in Pasig, Metro Manila, Tala Leprosarium is a healing center for indigent lepers. Proceeds from the dinner-dance will also benefit other St. Paul College charities, including a home for abused women and children.

 

This year’s dinner-dance will be held on Saturday, Nov. 20 at the grand ballroom of the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, 111 E. Ocean Blvd., phone number 562-437-5900. No-host cocktails will commence at 6:30 p.m., with dinner starting at 7:30 p.m.

 

Tickets are $45 per person when pre-paid by Oct. 31, and are $50 per person after Oct. 31. Attire: Formal.

 

Enclosed are tickets to the event as well as a Souvenir Program Advertising Agreement Form.

 

You can  help by:

• Purchasing event tickets   and/or

• Purchasing an ad in the souvenir program   and/or

• Sponsoring a table for 10 and purchasing a full-page ad for a discounted total rate of $500 and/or

• Promoting the event to other Paulinians, family and friends.

 

I am confident that our Paulinian credo — Caritas Cristi urget nos (the charity of Christ compels us) — continues to ring true in our lives. It is my sincere hope that we unite in true Paulinian fashion, by heeding the call of those who urgently need our assistance. Thank you again for your support!

 

Sincerely,

 

Irene D. Alzate

President

714-251-7638

 

One of One of many photos taken during 7 Dec 2002 Inter-Paulinian Fellowship in Long Beach CA: Sr Nieves Cueto and Sr Mary George Siriban who were visiting from Manila are seated in front. Seated in stroped shirt is the event host, Yolly Cruz Eisenstein HS’65. Standing leftmost is SPCAA-SC President Irene Dumawal Alzate HS’65.  Also in the back are Maribel Garcia, Marel Mijares, and Pilucci Gonzales(4th, 5th, 8th from L) of our Little Sister Batch '78.

 

2 Oct 2004: Inter-Paulinian Fall Fellowship

2-5 pm, Patrick’s Cafe, 6320 San Fernando Road, Glendale CA, tel 818-291-0025.

Open to all Paulinians who attended any SPC school in the Philippines.

Invitation from Marela Mijares-Flick SPCM HS’78 / BA’82: 

To all fellow Paulinians in Southern California,

You are all warmly invited to an inter-branch, inter-batch Paulinian Fellowship to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 2, at Patrick's Cafe, located at 6320 San Fernando Road, Glendale; phone number 818-291-0025.

The St. Paul College Alumnae Association's Southern California Chapter is hosting the event, which seeks to strengthen bonds among all area Paulinians (regardless of Philippine SPC school attended), and encourage participation in the association. As you all know, any event that gathers a group of Paulinians in one place is always marked by plenty of laughter and great camaraderie, so there's never a dull moment in our gatherings. If you're missing some good, old Paulinian fun, then don't miss this opportunity.

Please contact any of us to let us know you are coming and how many people will be in your party:
• Marela Mijares Flick, SPCM HS’78, 714-796-2311
• Pilucci Gonzalez Franco, SPCM HS’78, 661-424-0238
• Bebet Abiva, SPCM HS’78, 714-209-3345

SPCM HS’78 Los Angeles Reunion ‘01. Seated (l-r): Marel, Pilucci, and Bebet. Back: Mayette Aquino, Maribel Garcia, Ana Balboa, Kat Niguidula and her friend from St. Scho, Vikki.

 

10 July 04: Inter-Paulinian Summer Fellowship

The British and Dominion Social Club, 12882 Valley View St., Garden Grove CA, ph 714-898-6733.

 

Invitation from

Irene Dumaual Alzate SPCM HS'65 < irene12132@yahoo.com >,

President, St. Paul College Alumnae Association - Southern California Chapter

(c/o Marela Mijares-Flick SPCM HS’78 / College ’82 ):

 

June 21, 2004

 

Dear Fellow Paulinians,

 

Greetings! Once again, the St. Paul College Alumnae Association, Southern California Chapter is on the move.  Before anything else, however, let me reiterate my heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to all of you who supported our projects last year.  I am pleased to inform you that the Association was able to send $5,000 for the Vigil House through the Paulinian Global Foundation, Inc., and $3,000 to Tala Leprosarium.

 

This year, the Association is focusing on "getting to know" each other. While the annual Dinner-Dance, traditionally held in November, strengthens bonds between Association members, a large number of Paulinians within Southern California remain "outside the circle." This could be due to a notion that they may not find anyone they know, or that, the Association is exclusive to a particular branch.  This letter is being sent in an effort to dispel such concerns and invite you to come as a welcomed member.

 

L-R: SPCM HS'65 ladies Lynn Umali, Ingrid Veluz, Irene Dumaual and Yoly Cruz during 7 Dec 2003 Interbatch in Long Beach CA.

Please be assured that the SPCAA belongs to all Paulinians regardless of branch or batch.  It is our hope that should any Paulinian want to link up with former classmates, the SPCAA will be the organization to go to. To achieve this vision, however, the Association has to grow in number, with representations from all the branches, on a continuing basis.

 

In order to achieve this goal, the Association is sponsoring an afternoon of Paulinian Fellowship from  2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 10th at The British and Dominion Social Club at the Bridgecreek Business Park, 12882 Valley View St., Building 8, Suite 10-13, Garden Grove, 92845; phone number 714-898-6733. Your families are welcome to join our informal gathering, through which we hope to reach and encourage more Paulinians to come and get to know each other, interact, build and strengthen the Association.

 

In order to plan well for this event, please RSVP to any of the contact persons specified below. Similarly, should you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact anyone in the list. We would also appreciate any assistance you can provide in promoting this event to other Paulinians you may be in contact with.

 

Thank you very much for your support and cooperation. We look forward to your participation on July 10th.

 

Sincerely,

Irene D. Alzate

President, SPCAA - SCC

 

Please RSVP to any of the following contacts. Pls. mention your name, how

many will there be in your party, your branch and batch.

-- Irene Alzate HS'65, SPCM, (714) 251-7638 / irene12132@yahoo.com 

-- Cita Mayuga Simbol, SPC Paranaque, (562) 926-4395

-- Myrna Lorenzana, SPCQC, (818) 345-9107

-- Pilucci Gonzalez Franco HS'78, SPCM, (661) 424-0238

-- Bebet Abiva HS'78, SPCM (714) 209-3345

 

(Press release: http://www.balita.com/July3-9_2004/community9.shtml )

 

2003 SPCAA-SCC Events

Dance for a Cause II

Best of luck to the SPC Alumnae Association - So California Chapter on their second dinner-dance fundraiser on 22 Nov 2003. SPCAA-SCC movers-and-shakers include Irene Dumawal Alzate SPCM HS'65, Ingrid Veluz Dihil SPCM HS'65, Marela Mijares Flick SPCM HS'78, Pilucci Gonzalez Franco SPCM HS'78, Nancy Angeles SPCM, Priscilla Aguilar SPCQC, Myrna Lorenzana SPCQC, Cita Mayuga Simbol SPC Parañaque, Cora Aragon Soriano SPC Parañaque, and Grace Arambulo SPCQC. Proceeds benefit the Paulinian Global Foundation projects.

For info on this and future SPCAA-SCC get-togethers, pls contact Ate Irene at irene12132@yahoo.com  or visit her at her Handaan Restaurant, 9777 Chapman Av, Garden Grove CA; 714-636-8431.

Dance for a Cause

BUENA PARK--The St. Paul College Alumnae Association has announced that it will be hosting "Summer Rendezvous," a festive evening of dance from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, July 18, at the Sequoia Center in Buena Park.

The event is aimed to raise funds for various projects, the not-for-profit Southern California Chapter of the SPCAA said. The projects include the construction of the SPC Vigil House, a home for elderly nuns in Pasig, Philippines, as well as various SPC ministries geared toward helping street children and battered women.

"It is also a wonderful opportunity for Paulinians to visit with former schoolmates, get a good workout on the dance floor and meet new friends," said Irene Alzate, chapter president. "We are appealing to all Paulinians in Southern California to come forward to support these causes that are in dire need of our assistance."

The Hill Tops Band will provide dance music. Ticket cost is $25, and will include refreshments (from Handaan Restaurant in Garden Grove) to be served between 9 and 10 p.m. Dress code is semi-formal. The Sequoia Center is at 7530 Orangethorpe Ave., at Beach Boulevard, in Buena Park. For directions, call (714) 670-9252.

For ticket or event information, call Irene Alzate, SPCM, (714) 349-7972, Nancy Angeles, SPCM, (714) 282-2616, Marela Flick, SPCM, (949) 589-4317, Priscilla Aguilar, SPCQC, (213) 381-5170, Myrna Lorenzana, SPCQC, (818) 345-9107, Pilucci Gonzalez Franco, SPCM, (661) 424-0238, Ingrid Veluz Gimenez, SPCM, (562) 401-0654, Cita Mayuga Simbol, SPC Parañaque, (562) 926-4395, Cora Aragon Soriano, SPC Parañaque, (909) 599-7354 and Grace Arambulo, SPCQC, (626) 919-0534.

(Source: http://www.balita.com/June14-20_2003/community6.shtml )

2002 Southern Cal Inter-batch Reunion

7 Dec, Long Beach CA, hosted by Yoly Cruz Eisenstein '65 / catered by Handaan Restaurant (owned by Irene Dumaual-Alzate '65), 9777 Chapman Ave, Garden Grove (nr Disneyland) CA, tel 714-636-8431.

Special guests: Sr Mary George and Sr Nieves. Attendees -- Sr. Marie Vincent Liamson, former Dean of SPCM College of Music, now director of Filipinas Chorale USA and The Cherubs in Los Angeles -- HS'59: Elizabeth Domingo-De Leon -- HS'65: Yolanda Cruz-Eisenstein, Mildred Dominquez, Irene Dumaual-Alzate, Lynn Umali-Ledesma, Ingrid Veluz-Jimenez -- HS'66: Rowena Ng-Uy, Eleanor Fama-Eleazar -- HS'76: Amelita Cabaero, Lourdes Castillo-Ramiro, Virginia Misa, Susan Bernabe-Pagkatipunan -- HS'77: Marynette Garcia-Benavides -- HS'78: Lisa Abiva -- Pilucci Gonzalez-Franco, Maribel Garcia-Alvar, Marela Mijares-Flick, Rosemarie Munoz-Obusan -- BSN'70: Esperanza Fajardo-Fermin, Rouena Cesario-Agustin -- BSC'69: Aurora Fama-Ruperto, Grace Alvarez-Alday -- Guest: Thelma Cruz-Corrales. A total of 43 people came including family members.

22 Nov, Wash DC

30 Nov, Norwood NJ

1 Dec: New York City

8 Dec: San Francisco

About the SPC Vigil House

SPC Dream Project

How to donate

More at SPCM HS'80

More at SPCM HS'65

In her recap, Yoly Cruz Eisenstein '65 wrote: "The reunion hosted by SPCM HS'65 with active participation of Yoly Cruz-Eisenstein, Lynn Umali-Ledesma, Irene Dumaual-Alzate, Mildred Dominguez, and Ingrid Veluz-Jimenez started at around 10:45. Sr. Vincent and other Paulinians present were shown the video of the current SPCM campus. The video was shown several times since guests were arriving at staggered time.

Special guests with special reunion coordinators... Yoly Cruz-Eisenstein '65 (right) graciously hosted the event at her Long Beach home.

Informal discussion about future fundraising ensued. Sr. Vincent and her Chorale Group and The Cherubs offered to help in fundraising by performing in a concert. The group has performed in several events to raise funds to help build or maintain churches and other community projects including Sr Eva Fidela Maamo's Foundation of Our Lady of Peace Mission's Our Lady of Peace Hospital for the Poor in Parañaque. We were excited by the idea because of the EXCELLENT quality of Sr. Vincent's Productions. Remember the Broadway plays she was in collaboration with our beloved Fr. Reuter - Sound of Music, Cabaret, Brigadoon, etc.? Paulinians, some with their spouses, continued to come all day.

3:30 P.M. Sr. Nieves and Sr. George made their presentation of their mission. The Vigil House Project was discussed. A short history of the birth of the project to involve the alumnae in this special project was discussed. The Sisters also gave us an update on the Foundation's formation and the names of the charter officers, with representatives solicited from different batches in different States. as well as the conditions of the nuns who made impressions on all of us. The presentation ended with enthusiastic response from everybody. The party continued and more Paulinians still kept on arriving.

Thank you for your attendance and great generosity. The Paulinian Spirit is alive and well in all of us!"

Photos and info from http://www.geocities.com/spcm_hs65. Thanks!

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