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SHS QC fete

THE SCHOOL of the Holy Spirit (SHS) of Quezon City will hold its 2013 grand alumnae homecoming on Aug. 10 on the school grounds at BF Homes, Quezon City, with the theme, “Sky High Spirit, I love the ’80s.”

The homecoming is being organized by this year’s Silver Jubilarians, the Class of 1988, along with the other celebrating Classes of ’93, ’98, ’03, ’08 and ’13.

Alumnae may also take part in the grand homecoming project dubbed “Glad to Be Back, Love to Give Back,” which aims to start a faculty development fund for the continuous education, seminars and training of current teachers.

For details on the homecoming, sponsorship and how to support the fund-raising project, contact Kathee Garcia at 0917-8303903 or 0932-2442262, visit the Sky High Spirit Facebook page or e-mail skyhighspirit88@yahoo.com.

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