A fun-filled birthday bash for Tessie
- Johnny Litton () - November 14, 2010 - 12:00am

“Life is like a game of cards. The hand you are dealt is determinism; the way you play it is free will.”  Jawaharlal Nehru

The charming Tessie Amparo, one of Manila’s hardworking ladies, recently marked her birthday with a fun-filled bash at the Manila Polo Club. The Main Lounge was filled to the brim with well wishers including her loving family and relatives as well as longtime friends. Her active co-members from different civic organizations such as the Rotary Anns of the Rotary Club of Makati were also present to celebrate with her. Highlighting the evening was the excellent musical entertainment provided by special guests Pepz Bengzon, former solicitor general lawyer Frank Chavez, multi-awarded singer Jose Mari Chan and actor Ricky Davao. The occasion became more meaningful as the celebrator turned the event into a fundraiser for the benefit of poor but deserving scholars.

Happy birthday, Tessie!

Greetings

 Happy birthday to our celebrators today, Doris Magsaysay-Ho, kiddie party organizer Pam Rebano and Mila Magsaysay-Valenzuela.

Advance birthday greetings to Amelia del Rosario-Aquino, Makati Rep. Teddyboy Locsin, Snapshots’ Christine Litton and Gerard Ramos, Nov. 15; Boracay Regency sales and marketing director Isabel Garcia, Nov. 17; business magnate “El Kapitan” Lucio Tan, socialites Maita Campos and 2006 PCS Best Dressed Women awardee Leica Carpo, Nov. 18; Consul Vicente Carlos, Ricky Cu-Unjieng and socialite Nini Licaros, Nov. 19; Cary Lopez, National Artist Arturo Luz, “Banana King” Antonio Floirendo Sr. and Allure’s Büm Tenorio, Nov. 20.

So how was your week?

(For comments and inquiries, please e-mail me at jjlitton@indanet.com)

ANTONIO FLOIRENDO SR. ARTURO LUZ BANANA KING BORACAY REGENCY CARY LOPEZ CHRISTINE LITTON DORIS MAGSAYSAY-HO DRESSED WOMEN EL KAPITAN FRANK CHAVEZ
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