BCC’s Christmas village

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Thursday, November 24, 2011


CHRISTMAS at the Baguio Country Club (BCC) has been opened for everybody! Opening the first ever Christmas Village at the BCC last week gave visitors a taste of a white Christmas with a personal touch.

BCC General Manager Anthony de Leon aiming to give children at the club something to enjoy, opening its doors to club members and to the public with a spectacular fireworks display and carolers from the NLAB School for the blind.

Snow machines were set up at the length of the BCC Skating Rink to give visitors a snow effect completing the theme of the Christmas village depicting a traditional European village during the holidays.

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Food booths are scattered all over the area to give refreshments and snacks for visitors in the Village.

The village has life-size houses from a typical European white Christmas, carefully recreated to look like something straight out of a story book at the club skating rink.

In its effort to go green, the club proudly made all materials in the village with recycled items from all departments.

All employees pitched into the making of the village as they brought in their recyclables to be used to decorate at create the magical scene.

With the collaboration of BCC employees, decorations like stars, Christmas Trees, other ornaments and Snowmen Figures that adorned the village were painstakingly made starting September.

A train at the center of the village is set up to delight children more added to snow machines set up around producing white magic completing the picturesque scene.

Music fills the air at the village as carolers sing nostalgic songs touching the hearts of everyone who sets foot inside the area.

At the BCC Christmas not only remains in our hearts it also is shown in the loving preparation of the Village that we hope brings the Yuletide closer to you and your family.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on November 24, 2011.

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