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2019 Midterm Elections

Some friendly reminder to our kababayans out there, go out and vote on Monday (May 13, 2019). Exercise your right of suffrage. If you want your wishes for the government be known let your vote be your voice.

This midterm election will be our third time to vote. Hubby and I were so glad that we are exercising our right as a Filipino. In 2015, we were able to beat the deadline for Comelec registration. We took our biometrics at the Quezon City Hall braving the long lines and heat of the sun.

On election day, you should be able to prepare a list of your candidates to make it easier for you to find their names in the ballot.

And to avoid long queues in polling precincts, go to your designated polling place early. Without any hassle, you could cast your vote in probably less than 30 minutes.

Checking on the criteria we have here, we can now choose the candidates that deserve our votes. Have you decided whom to vote for the midterm elections? Who is your bet?

Reflect on how Jesus lived: Visit the BGC Walkway this Holy Week

Commemorate the Lenten season with an interactive stations of the cross and a free concert

With over a decade of bringing life to the true meaning of Holy Week through the “Walkway: Reflections on the Stations of the Cross” exhibit, Bonifacio High Street together with Church Simplified once again rolls it out from April 14-21, 2019 with this year’s theme focusing on how Jesus lived during the Roman rule.

Moving away from the traditional depictions of the Passion of Christ, the Walkway uses contemporary art to give meaning to each immersive station that features literal structures and symbols which tells the story of Jesus’ life.

Reflection for the whole family: Fun Activities for the Kids and a FREE Concert

Cap off the Holy Week with Easter Sunday festivities on April 21, 2019, 3PM, at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center, with a Hawaiian-themed Tiki Easter Adventure for the kids to enjoy, and the Walkway Concert that asks people “what is your resurrection story”? The free music festival will be featuring local acts Unique, Urbandub, South Border, Barbie Almalbis, and Aia de Leon.

“BGC has always been a destination for those staying in the metro. For over a decade, the Walkway is a respite that lets everyone reflect within the confines of the city, and has transformed many relationships and lives,” said Joanne Magno, Associate City Marketing Manager of Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC).

This Holy Week, all roads lead to BGC, where Lent is a celebration of life and love. Visit “Walkway: Reflections on the Stations of the Cross”, an interactive exhibit open to all, over at the Bonifacio High Street (BHS) strip in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, this Lenten season from April 14-21, 2019.

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Activities You Can Do While Visiting Orphanages

While visiting the orphanages, you can do lots of such activities that can amuse the kids. Let’s have a look on some of these activities which can create fun and enjoyment among children of orphanages;

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Face and Nail Painting

Children really like face and nail painting and enjoy this activity very much. You can select any theme to paint the faces and nails of children. Colorful nails

Colorful Hand

Another great activity that you can do in orphanages is applying different colors to the hand of children and asks them to paste these hands on some charts and wallpapers. Children love to do this colorful hands activity.

Soccer Games

Soccer game in one of those activities in which children want to participate enthusiastically. You can make soccer teams of children who are living in orphanages and can organize competitions among these teams. This could be a full day activity with lots of fun and enjoyment.

Jumping Rope

kids love physical activities but children in orphanages have very limited options in terms of games and other physical activities. So, if you are planning to visit an orphanage, the jumping rope can be definitely an amusing activity for the orphans.

Water Fights (in the summer)

If you are planning to visit an orphanage in the summer, you can select water fight activity to please the children of orphanages. This will be a great memorable fun for the children.

Story telling

You can plan a story telling activity with the kids. Show them some pictures and ask them to make a story. You can also tell an interesting story to them, which they can enjoy.

You can plan different activities according the age of the children. Younger children can enjoy poem singing and painting too.