A Magical Night to Remember

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A Magical Night to Remember: JS Promenade 2012
Emmanuel Joseph Mamaril

The JS Promenade, the event that all the Juniors and Seniors have been wishing and waiting for since the start of the school year, has finally come true. Speculation and curiosity can be seen and heard everywhere before the actual program, but this event all came to life through the efforts and careful planning of the Junior Class Organization and the teachers. They really worked hard to make this evening very memorable to those in attendance. This Junior Senior Promenade was held in our school gymnasium last February 12, 2012.

The program proper started at around 6:30 pm. As the students were arriving in their lavish attires, they were being serenaded by the band of the Seniors, which comprised of Kim Hilario, Marlon Carigma, Jao Santos, Denzel Villaremo, Abbylyn Balicanta, Maureen Villapando, and Antoinette Santos. When almost all of the students had already arrived, the program proper finally started. The hosts that evening were Joy Claudine Quintos and Nicole Justin Alarcon, both from the juniors.

The program was simple, yet very meaningful for everyone. The program started with an invocation given by Marielle Rosales, and the ceremonial toast. After that, dinner was already served. After eating the delicious meal prepared by the caterers, the last will and testament of the Seniors was delivered by the Student Council Organization President, Emmanuel Joseph Mamaril. The speech was very formal and contained the legacies of the seniors that they would like to pass down to the juniors. The much awaited “Who is who” among the Juniors and the Seniors came next, which contained personalities from the 4th year and their counterpart 3rd year student. This part of the program was presented by Mr. Orient Rex Repollo and Mrs. Ma. Fatima L. Montoya. The turn-over speech, given by Maria Cecilia Hiyao, the president of the Senior Class Organization, came next. She delivered her heartfelt speech...
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