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Friday, May 24, 2019
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Garcia: 14th Pomelo Tee, 1st Apollo Air Golf

Golf is life

THE 14th Pomelo Tee of Rancho Palos Verdes Golf (RPVGCC) is on next Wednesday to Saturday, May 1 to 4. Big prizes at stake. Hole-in-one prizes include a brand new car from Mitsubishi, P500,000, and a Royal Carribean cruise. Other prizes to be won include high end cellular phones, TVs and many more.

More than 200 participants are expected to join this signature tournament of RPVGCC. This tournament is a fundraising event for the benefit of selected schools in the area of Indangan and Mandug, as well as provide scholarships for selected workers and dependents of caddies of Rancho Palos Verdes Golf, in cooperation with Rizal Memorial Colleges (RMC). For more info about the tournament, please call 09173121887 (Karl), 09156032302 (Wilson)

The 1st Apollo Air Open Golf Tournament was a huge success. It was held last April 20, 2019 at Apo Golf & Country Club. This tournament was a fundraising event for the benefit of the Children’s Joy Foundation, Inc.

I find it very touching when people go out of their way to help others, especially the children. Fundraising events, keep them coming. Good hearts, lots of love, sharing countless blessings, thank you.

By the way, congratulations Tommy Inigo for winning a motorcycle! Congratulations also to Adonis de Guzman for winning a golf cart.

Congratulations to the winners of the 1st Apollo Air Open Golf Tournament. Here they are:

overall gross champion Leo Fusilero, overall net champion Ed Gonzaga; division A gross champion Elmer Obeleidhon, runner-up Oying Caturan; division A net champion Ramil Glimada, runner-up Addy Briones; division B gross champion JJ Saavedra, runner-up Wenceslao Banares; division B net champion Ian Dagatan, runner-up Reinz Yamyamin; division C gross champion Jay Molde, runner-up Gil Bullecer; division C net champion Jerry Campaner, runner-up John Oberio;

senior division gross shampion Joel Yamyamin, runner-up Ting Castillo; senior division net champion Nestor Corpus, runner-up — Pastor Apollo Quiboloy.


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