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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Cebu Country Club’s Halloween night

ONCE again, Cebu Country Club came up with its traditional Halloween night with the lobby and the ballroom transformed into a scary land of zombies. The lighting was eerie and the stage was set for a fright night of fun... if there is such a thing!

Dinner was a delectable array of Country Club classics: roast beef, ham, lengua, lamb, pasta, a selection of salads, yummy desserts and more. It was a sumptuous spread.

The fun began with the much-awaited costume parade where the Most Halloween-inspired and the Most Original in three categories were selected. The judges were all eyes as the different entries marched in dramatically. There were six winners: two in the individual category, two in the couple category and two in the group category. They all got cash prizes.

The evening became more exciting as door prizes were raffled off among the members. However, only those present were qualified to win a prize. Too bad for those who didn’t attend.

When all was said and done, it was dance time for everyone.

Notes

SunStar will mark 35 productive years of existence on Saturday, Nov. 25, with a cocktail celebration at the Sky Hall of SM Seaside City.

It has been an interesting, exciting and fulfilling journey for us who have been there all these years.

We take this opportunity to thank our readers, advertisers, news sources and all those who have been part of our journey of 35 years.
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