Exhibit opens in Bacolod
An art exhibition, titled “Enzo@3” to celebrate the third birthday of Enzo Diamante, is ongoing until December 15 at the Imbiss Restaurant at 10th Street in Bacolod City, a press release from promoters said.
Enzo has pledged to donate proceeds of the sales of his artworks to the victims of super-typhoon “Yolanda”, through the Bantay Bata Foundation, the press release also said.
His classmates at Bright Kids Learning Center, mostly toddlers like him, joined the painting party and went home with their abstract creations as birthday tokens.
Enzo’s passion for painting was discovered this year when his parents, Lhyka and Charles Diamante, enrolled him in a summer art workshop, the press release added.*
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Boys and Girls Week starts
The 2013 Boys and Girls Week was kicked off yesterday by the Rotary Club-Silay and the city government at the Silay public plaza covered court, a press release from the city said.
Club president Robert Langland said boy and girl officials from the six high schools in Silay were presented to their counterpart city officials.
He thanked Silay Mayor Jose Montelibano and Vice Mayor Mark Golez for their support to the activities of the club, and the city department heads for allowing the student officials to have hands-on experience, the press release said.
OIC city administrator Noel Doloriac welcomed the student officials, and Councilor Aileen Javier read the ordinance proclaiming November 18-24 as 2013 Boys and Girls Week, the press release added.*
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