From the CMC Alumni Foundation, a press release.
Calling all graduates and friends of the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UP CMC). You are now being called upon to “show some skin.” Proceed to Party Central (in front of ABS-CBN) at 141 Mother Ignacia Street, Quezon City on April 8 (Saturday), 6 p.m.
Remember Aling Suming, the recently retired, longest-staying administrative staff who has been with the college since its early years? This time she is calling you to a fellowship where you will have a good time and have another opportunity to help the college.
The summer fun night is called “Fun Raising: Tawag ka uli ni Aling Suming.” It will be a night of raffles, dancing and singing. Among those expected to perform are Giselle Sanchez, Jaja Bolivar, Rannie Raymundo, Masculados and M-gage. There will also be a Mr. and Ms. CMC Contest and oath-taking of the UP CMC Alumni Association (UP CMCAA) officers led by Maryo J. De Los Reyes, Jessica Soho, “Neny” Pernia, Lois Villanueva, Jane Vinculado, Arminda V. Santiago, Danilo Arao and Erika Dandal; and members of the Board of Directors Dr. Grace “Gigi” Javier Alfonso, Jaja Bolivar, Yasmin Crisostomo, Karen Davila, Ambet Nabus, Egay Navalta and Lourdes “Odette” Portus. The oath-taking will be officiated by the mother of all CMC students and graduates, Mrs. Consuelo “Aling Suming” Agapito.
The entrance fee for the April 8 summer fun night at Party Central is P500 which entitles the holder to food, drinks and a raffle ticket. For inquiries, please call Gina at (632) 928–3188, Luming at (632) 920–6867 or Katkat at (632) 920–6864.
Since I can’t make it (because I have an exam in Conflict of Laws) I’m doing the next best thing: getting everyone else from UP CMC to come.
And to those of you who still think I’m from film or from broadcasting, I’m a journalism major, for what it’s worth.