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BENERATION XXV: The SBCA Christmas Homecoming 2012

Bene Batch ’87 celebrates their 25th Jubilee and invites graduates of San Beda Alabang/Benedictine Abbey School to mark your calendars and reminisce those good old days.

Enjoy the music of the 80s as you dine, wine and dance with your high school batchmates on Dec. 8, 2012 Saturday, at the SBCA Gym, Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa.

Registration starts promptly at 6 p.m.. Tickets are P500 and are available at the SBCAAA Alumni Affairs Office. You may reach them at 809-1780 and look for Tin Duran. You may also coordinate through your batch representative.

Batch ’87 cash donors are already entitled to one ticket to the event.

Guesting is True Faith in a show directed by Raymond Villanueva and presented by The Manila Times.

Bene Batch ’87 would like to thank their sponsors The Province of Palawan through the office of Governor Abraham Kahlil Mitra, SkyGo International Motorcycles, Shangri-la Plaza Mall, Nurses R Special Inc. USA, Security Bank and Avon, the company for women.

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