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A night of revelry and philanthropy

OH YES, IT'S JOHNNY! - Johnny Litton () - March 3, 2012 - 12:00am

As testament to its continued success and commitment to public service, Club Bulakeño, recently marked its 23rd anniversary with a fundraising ball at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza. This socio-civic organization founded by chairman engineer Gene Reyes is committed to raising funds for the club’s various scholarship programs and activities. Hardworking Club Bulakeño presidents Danny Jacinto and Marietha Holmgren together with energetic chairperson Tess Castro led the annual affair that dazzled with elegance and pageantry. Twenty-six pairs of officers and honorary members captivated the A-list guests with their waltz performance and parade flawlessly done in grand fashion. The evening became more vibrant with the introduction of Club Bulakeño muses — twins Nicole and Camille Tantoco, lovely daughters of Rustan’s Supercenters Inc. president Donnie Tantoco and wife, Crickette and great granddaughters of “Ama ng Bulakan” ambassador Bienvenido Tantoco, Sr. On the same evening, the “Huwarang Anak ng Bulacan” award was launched and for the first time in the club’s 23-year existence, 10 Bulakeños were honored for their exemplary achievements in their chosen fields.

Huwarang Anak ng Bulacan awardees: Allan Tengco representing Victoria Tengco (transportation), Zenaida Rustia Tantoco (luxury retail), Irma Ponce-Enrile Potenciano (transportation), Rep. Jonjon Mendoza (pulic government service), Dr. Elenita Binay (community service), Dr. Jaime Laya (arts & culture), Dr. Thelma Navarette Clemente (medicine), justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe (judiciary), Dr. Alicia Santiago-Bustos (education) and Dr. Antonio Abacan Jr. (banking)
ALLAN TENGCO BIENVENIDO TANTOCO BULACAN CAMILLE TANTOCO CLUB BULAKE DANNY JACINTO DR. ALICIA SANTIAGO-BUSTOS DR. ANTONIO ABACAN JR. DR. ELENITA BINAY DR. JAIME LAYA HUWARANG ANAK
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