As a prelude to the homecoming event, there is a series of activities to highlight the Isabelans’ collective commitment to sustain SICM for years to come.
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Santa Isabel College Manila alumni go ‘Back to BaSICs’ for 83rd homecoming
(Philstar.com) - August 30, 2019 - 5:30pm

MANILA, Philippines — Santa Isabel College Manila (SICM) will be celebrating its 83rd Grand Alumni Homecoming on September 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Themed “Back to BaSICs: Here We Go Again,” this year’s homecoming will gather all the alumni of SICM, especially its Jubilarians from the following batches: 1959 (Diamond), 1969 (Golden), 1979 (Ruby), 1989 (Pearl) and 1994 (Silver).

The Silver Jubilarians, the lead host batch for this year, has spearheaded a fundraising event for SICM last July 20, with the block screening of the 1994 Walt Disney film, "The Lion King," at Powerplant Cinema 4. It was attended by Isabelans across all age groups, together with their families and friends.

As a prelude to the homecoming event, there is a series of activities that highlight the Isabelans’ collective commitment to sustain SICM for years to come.

Last August 24, the Jubilarians gave a special token of gratitude: a vertical composting garden for the school canteen. There was also an orientation, called #LuntiangAbel, focusing on growing vegetables. The SIC community aims to promote healthy eating for everyone in the school.

On September 8, a whole day medical mission and feeding program called #Kalusuganatkarunungan is also scheduled at the SICM school grounds. Donations for medicines and books are accepted and will be turned over to the school clinic and library, respectively.

A feast day Holy Mass will be held on September 14, followed by day-long activities. Dubbed as #goodvibeslang, feast day activities will end in an evening of a special tribute to the teachers.

Isabelans shall experience how it feels like to go Back to BaSICs, revisiting the place where everything began.

GRAND ALUMNI HOMECOMING SANTA ISABEL COLLEGE MANILA
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