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From Mr. Boyet Teneza: Credit to all the members of the MCC High, Batch 70â€™, the implementers of all these innovations. Wow!, itâ€™s 37th year!, we have gone and done it again. Allow us to give everyone a big pat on the back, over this recent achievement. We bring special thanks to all members of the batch who, in any way, got involved and exerted efforts to make this reunion successful and made all preparations possible, amidst communication barrier. We occupied Gregorio PeÃ±amanteâ€™s residence, who graciously hosted the affairs, in Cabanatuan City. The Manila-based chapter, headed by Lucette, with yours truly Boyet, Myrna, Erlyn and Ben, had associated with Baler-based chapter in the errand activities by way of cellphone instructions only. With this effort, the Baler-based chapter had pledged their support and received the task assigned to them. At the morning of December 8, 2007, the place was set with tables and chairs, on a garden setting – fresh and cool open air and surrounded by green trees. As you get inside the compound, a hut (kubo) – which Greg referred to as â€œpahingahanâ€- is seen at the left side, festooned with blinking lights. It was very, very cozy and homey for everyone. First to come, was the group of Lucette, (with Erlyn and Myrna) at around 1400H. Then by 1700H, three vans from Baler composed of Mrs. Hokam, the couples Loida and Maning Ico, Loida and Tirso lapig, Tendo and Leny Espana, Rodante Cuento and family, Ka Pureza and Wa-ito, Irene Trinidad with lone son, Ella Gabriel, Maritha Kuizon, Yolanda Rey, Carolina Sotero, Inday Merin, Doya Bitong, Maribel Leander, Elsa Gloria, Aguey Bitong, there also Jinggoy Samano, Effed Querijero, Danny Atayde, Speck Jimenez, arrived. Then Zenaida BasquiÃ±a and husband arrived. With Zenaidaâ€™s family in the tsinelas-making business, she brought in a total of hundred pairs of home-made tsinelas for xmas giveaways. The last to arrived that afternoon, was the group of Ben , with (yours truly) Boyet Teneza, Ambet Carrasco and Noli Mejico.
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