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SPUP CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS WITH PARTNER - COMMUNITIES

2016-12-18

Caritas Christi urget nos!

The Community Extension Services (CES) facilitated the conduct of the 2016 Paskuhan with Partner-Communities (Christmas Caravan) on December 18, 2016. Faculty members and students of each academic unit (school) prepared a simple yet meaningful and fun-filled Christmas Program for the members of their partner-community. This year's Christmas Caravan aimed to foster a spirit of gratefulness that despite the challenges brought about by Typhoon Lawin, SPUP would remain steadfast in its commitment to service.

The Graduate School (GS) celebrated with the students and parents of the Science Agri-Based Entrepreneurial High School (SABEHS) in San Jose, Baggao. The members of the communities of Brgy. Balzain East, Tuguegarao City and Brgy. Gen. Balao, Solana were invited by the Basic Education Unit (BEU) family in SPUP and subsequently held their Christmas party in campus. The School of Business, Accountancy and Hospitality Management (SBAHM) brought Christmas joy to the families of Brgy. Maguirig in Solana; while, the School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) shared their blessings with the students of Vicente Trinidad High School Extension in Sta. Rosa, Iguig. The School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (SNAHS), together with the community of Brgy. Union in Cabagan, Isabela gathered for their school-community Christmas celebration.

Meanwhile, the people of Brgy. Magalalag East in Enrile, Cagayan celebrated Christmas with the School Arts and Sciences (SAS) and School of Teacher Education (STEd) family on December 20, 2016. A prayerful thanks to the organizers and participants! May God bless you for your generosity!

Photos: Courtesy of Ms. Lourdenia Taguiam, Ms. Noemi Cabaddu, Ms. Learni Javier and Ms. Karylle Formoso.




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