Another Successful Year for CFC ANCOP Northern VA's Battle of the Bands

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

By Ancop USA Communication & Gilbert Licayan

The second CFC ANCOP Northern Virginia's Battle of the Band project was successfully held on Nov. 10, 2017 at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Vienna, VA.

This was learned from Gilbert Licayan, project coordinator.

 

Licayan announced their group raised over $20,000. Said amount is for ANCOP USA's Child Sponsorship Program.

In addition, the coordinator said the yearly project is aimed at evangelizing non-CFC members by watching the show or even by participating at the band contest.

 

Licayan said their group will continue the program next year in a larger scale opening its doors to non-CFC members to watch and even perform at the event.

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