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An exchange of cultures

- Johnny Litton (The Philippine Star) - March 31, 2013 - 12:00am

“May the glorious Easter celebration bring joy and hope to every family, and may it be a meaningful time to spend for reflection and spiritual reconnection with our Almighty Father.”

The members of All Nations  Women’s Group (ANWG) are women of substance. It is a fitting description for the hardworking ladies of the ANWG as they continue to spearhead events exhibiting the group’s mission of promoting friendship, fellowship and goodwill.

The group, led by president Sally Maliuanag, held a successful grand ball and cultural night at the main ballroom of the Manila Polo Club. The event was well-attended by noted personalities from the diplomatic, business and society circles.

It was an evening filled with grace and style as cultural numbers were presented by the embassies of Laos, Indonesia and Japan, while several members of the diplomatic corps showcased dances from the Philippines, Poland and Spain.

Capping off the evening was the inspirational speech of the guest of honor Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario.

Bravo to Sally and the ANWG for staging this meaningful event!

Greetings

Happy birthday to our celebrators today, STAR’s Christine Dayrit and Mandarin Oriental Manila’s charming communications director Charisse Chuidian.

Advance birthday greetings to Arsenic Laurel, Rañing Bautista, Gig and the Amazing Sampaguita Foundation Inc.’s Marissa Oca and Suzie “Doyen” Moya-Benitez, April 1; Steve Cu-Unjieng and Ambassador Preciosa Soliven, April 2; Nerissa Carbonel Berba, beauty queen Gloria Diaz and Irene Martel Francisco, April 5.

So, how was your week?  

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

ALL NATIONS ALMIGHTY FATHER ARSENIC LAUREL CHARISSE CHUIDIAN CHRISTINE DAYRIT FOREIGN AFFAIRS SECRETARY GIG AND THE AMAZING SAMPAGUITA FOUNDATION INC GLORIA DIAZ
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