FILCO-OP CELEBRATES EARLY CHRISTMAS

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  • But in all of the events life brings us, I hope you all find a few minutes to appreciate the days as they fly by and behind all these swift times enjoy the blessings of our Lord Jesus .
    The One FilCo-op of BC continues to be a beehive of activity that is a fun place to work in. Many of you would agree. We get excited welcoming new members and happy to see whenever they bring along their family with them.

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    One such activity we are proud to describe was our early Christmas in November Party. This celebration was a smashing success. We had over 70 members and some brought along members of family and staff of Cucina Manila at Surrey was quite surprise of the number of attendees. The ten course buffet was sumptuously displayed in a long table and many were so satisfied with a big dinner on a Christmas celebration. The menu as you know “Pinoy Style Buffet” were posted earlier as a come on to attend. We were pleased to the result.

    The warmth atmosphere brought about boisterous laughter when the musical chair games gave the participants some quick moves as they play the music. We had noisy oohs and ahhs during and after the Christmas gift exchange, Afterwards, the one band member brought out some jerky music that for a while members were dancing and swaying along. I suppose these moves would make the food in their stomach settle nicely. Some were even have the opportunity to take home some of their favorite dishes. A Get together of FilCo-op family and friends with full of fun and laughter. Well, those who have experienced the last party have their respective memories of such.

    So, Christmas came in early to One FilCo-op of BC. We party on a most wonderful time of the year when we celebrate faith, family, and the tradition of giving gifts and sending warm wishes. Our thoughts of goodwill is exercised and shared during this auspicious meeting time. We wish everyone to feel our warm and love this Christmas. Show our love ones that we care and are thinking of them during this important time of year. Have a Blessed Christmas Everyone!

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