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Thankful as always

- Johnny Litton () - May 29, 2011 - 12:00am

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”  — Anne Frank

It was a delightful evening of epic proportions as the astute and gracious philanthropist, the dynamic businesswoman Lourdes Barbero-Ramos, gathered her family and closest friends for a plush thanksgiving celebration at the Peninsula Manila in Makati City. After almost a decade of not getting together, the family members and friends were all elated to see each other again at the event. They had the chance to break bread and reminisce happy memories together. The festivity went according to plan as the gathering fostered joy and warm camaraderie among the guests, leaving them teary-eyed as they realized that such a heart-warming event encouraged stronger ties among them all.

Congratulations to Lourdes and her friends for making this successful event possible!

(Seated, from left) Elvira and former Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita with architects Cristina and Antonio Turalba Sr.; (standing) your columnist with Lourdes Barbero-Ramos.

Greetings

Happy birthday to our celebrators today, Ali Sotto-Bsaies, Celia Diaz-Laurel and Inno Sotto.

Advance birthday greetings to Glenda Baretto, Jerry Barican and Mary Jane Ortega, May 30; Robinsons Land sales and marketing SVP Raoul Littaua and Budji Layug, May 31; Mandy Eduque, Eva Abesamis and Dr. Loi Ejercito Estrada, June 1; Dusit Thani’s Cora Auste, June 2; Ramon “RJ” Jacinto, June 3; Karen Macasaet, June 4.

So, how was your week?

(For comments or inquiries,

please e-mail me at mailto:jjlitton@indanet.com)

ALI SOTTO-BSAIES ANNE FRANK CELIA DIAZ-LAUREL AND INNO SOTTO CORA AUSTE CRISTINA AND ANTONIO TURALBA SR. DR. LOI EJERCITO ESTRADA DUSIT THANI EXECUTIVE SECRETARY EDUARDO ERMITA GLENDA BARETTO LOURDES BARBERO-RAMOS
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