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Jojo Quimpo

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Aklanon Sto

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Aklanon Association


Dynamix Band


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AKLANONS TO HOLD PARTY IN CANADA | Aklan News

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Jojo Quimpo, president of the Aklanon Sto.
Nino Association in British Columbia, said the members of the board of directors and other members of the group will provide food and drinks for the revelers. "This is a potluck event. The members are encouraged but not required to bring food and drinks to share with our fellow Aklanons during the event," Quimpo said. Quimpo said the event is also a perfect time for them to present their projects and accomplishments. "The purpose of the event is to provide a venue for solidarity, unity and fellowship among the Aklanons living and working abroad," said Quimpo.


ATI-ATIHAN SEEN AS NEXT MAINSTREAM CANADIAN EVENT | Aklan News

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It's clear that the Vancouver festival, which has grown steadily under the leadership of Aklanon Association president Jojo Quimpo and his fellow executive members, won't fit into a gymnasium much longer.
Councillor George Chow, who was one of the original organizers of the Chinatown New Year parade, urged Mr. Quimpo to take Ati-atihan event outside, perhaps on Fraser St., so the Filipino community can take it's appropriate place in the city's cultural celebrations. Whether the Ati-atihan Santo Nino event moves outside or the community opts for a single June celebration of the National Day, the arrangements are pretty straightforward, Chow told Mr. Quimpo, if the objectives are clear.


OFWs prepare for Ati-atihan festivities | Aklan News

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Association president Jojo Quimpo said the event in Canada will also feature a live band featuring Jojo with Dynamix Band and Ati-atihan Band.
Another $50 each to be given to the three best individual costume," Quimpo said. They are Quimpo as president; Luzviminda Saluta McGillivray, vice president; Ruth Gomez, secretary; Fred Cipriano, treasurer; Roy Motus; assistant secretary-treasurer; Delvin Ibabao, auditor; Glen Sucro, PRO; Victor Castro, business managers, Ted Inamac and Nida Rosero; peace officers; Joel Panado and Boy Sijera, members of the Board of Directors Don Molo, Cholie De Felipe and Bobby Refol. ( GMANews.TV)


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Jojo Quimpo, president of the Aklanon Sto.
Niño Association in British Columbia, said the event will start at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the St. Patrick Ground, Main Street in Vancouver. The event is open to public for free, he said. Among the cultures to be showcased are the different festivals, food, culture expositions, songs and dances of the Philippines. Quimpo said the event is now being mapped out by the different Filipino associations, businesses, professionals and civic groups in Canada. "Based on the initial plan, the program will start with a street parade featuring the different festivals in the country, followed by a fiesta exhibit which will feature food and trade of the Philippines," he revealed. Among the festivals to be highlighted in the street parade are the Ati-Atihan of Kalibo, Dinagyang of Iloilo, Sinulog of Cebu, Panagbenga Festival of the Igorot Culture (Baguio), and the MassKara Festival of Bacolod. The food and trade exhibit will be displayed outside the St. Patrick Church, Quimpo said. He explained that the festival is the contribution of the Filipino community to the state of Canada.


www.aklanon.net

Jojo Quimpo, president of the Aklanon Sto.


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