Recalling our elementary days

THE photo may be in black and white but as our memory would dictate, it is as colorful as we remember. In an effort to relive these cherished memories, we gather to once again feel the togetherness we shared as classmates and schoolmates in Panabo Central Elementary School (PCES).

Graduates from 1947 to 2017 will join the 2017 Grand Alumni Homecoming on December 17, this Sunday which is spearheaded by the PCES Class of 1967.

The graduates of PCES may have spread across the world as they share with the vastness of the crowd their talents and skills but on this day, we would love to honor the very school that honed us and the people that shaped us to become the better people that we are today.

There’s a quote that we hold so dearly to our hearts, it goes, “here is a time to recall our fond memories with our dear classmates and fellow alumni and share our God given talents, time, ideas, and blessings”.

The sunrise of our lives is spent in the grounds of our alma mater and here we are now in the sunset of our earthly lives. We may also picture that our elementary years were the start of our journey in the academic arena but here we are sitting near on our destinations, all smiles and contented.

On this Grand Alumni Homecoming, we come to also cuddle with the fresh graduates and the younger generations to be with us to enjoy the gift of blissful years.

God bless us. “Soli Deo Gloria” – To GOD alone be the glory.

If you have any queries, or suggestions, you can reach us on Facebook: @pcesalumnihomecoming or @LourdesCurayDulatre or at these numbers 09197877616 (Smart) and 09273954084 (Globe).
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