CFC MM EAST A SUPPORTS AGW 2018 THROUGH “BOWLING FOR EDUCATION”
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
To further support this year’s ANCOP Global Walk, CFC Metro Manila East A Sector initiated a “Bowling for Education” activity, which aims to gather more funds in order to help more poor but deserving students through AGW. This was held last October 21, 2018 at Q Plaza Bowling Center, Cainta, Rizal.
The fun but meaningful activity was attended by CFC and SFC members from East A, and were welcomed with their Sector Head, Bro. Peter dela Cruz. In his opening remarks, he said that “If you want to be happy for a lifetime, help someone else.” He reinforced to them the value of helping other people, especially to our poor brethren.
A total of 12 teams happily registered to the event. The teams were truly delighted as they were able to help through a fun-filled activity like bowling. This idea was inspired by their neighboring sector, East B, who did the same from the previous years.
Truly, the Lord would also be delighted as we continue to do more things for our poor brethren in any ways we can.
Praise God for activities like “Bowling for Education” that supports ANCOP Global Walk 2018 with the theme “One Nation Walks for Education” happening on November 4, 2018 at the Quirino Grandstand, Luneta. You can also do your part by registering or donating online via www.cfcancop.org, as well as walk-in registration on the day itself. Registration gates will open as early as 2:00 am. (CFC ANCOP Communication /pmb)
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