In Reply to: Re: warmest greetings to batch 74 posted by Juanito Philip Bernardo, Jr. on November 01, 2006 at 18:36:50:
Again, thanks for your comment though I'd rather share the credit with the 1st and 2nd groups of abled officers who helped me establish an active Alumni Association and a website. An association and a website with the purpose of drawing our alumni closer to where it all started, our Alma Mater. This doesn't diminish the fact that in that school, we had some friends, classmates as well as teachers who had come and gone, and now long to communicate and hear from us. With this in mind, one should try to imagine the feeling of being with "them" in person in a Grand Reunion reminiscing the past and rekindling fun memories. It's priceless!
But yes, indeed! The world was so large at one time 'til technology "shrank" it into a small one making communication between people cheaper and easier no matter where they are.
Without the alumni, the association and website will be nothing! We only exists 'cause of the alumni.....its cooperation, its donation and contribution, and its patronage. I appreciate your assurance to help the association in your own little ways. It's rare to hear one coming from an alumni. Unfortunately, "nothing in this world is guaranteed" not even a promise so I'll just wait and see.
Everyone can attest that we lost a great man of God in Fr. Herbers. My message at the Obituary Section of our website "https://members.sitegadgets.com/dwcuaa/guestbook.html" briefly accounts for his most important accomplishments not only for the school but also for Bo. San Jose in Urdaneta. For the alumni who are included in this e-mail, please spend a few moment of your time to pray for the soul of our dear Father during this All Souls' Day. ..................may God bless his soul, Amen.
Well, thanks for dropping me a line again, my friend. You have a wonderful evening.
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