What’s the latest with CVCM and Laguna cafe?

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

FESTIVAL. Flower festival at Guadalupe Church. First row (from left) Cheryl Quilaton, Don Climaco and Tanya Marie Valencia, Coring Valencia, Cookie Valencia and Trudis Rodriguez. Second row (from left) VP Vic Quilaton, Dr. Nancy Bayani, Mamerto Makabenta, Myrna Cuizon, Pat Makabenta, Aster Patalingjug, Kevin Rodriguez, Ester Acero, Trining Modina, Christine Climaco and JV Climaco.

Recently, the highly spirited and motivated members of the Catholic Volunteers for Charity Movement (CVCM) embarked on a couple of advocacies for the year.

One of them was a flower festival to honor Mama Mary on one of her many feasts. Held at the Guadalupe Parish Church, one of the highlights was the presence of a flower princess, Tanya Marie Valencia and her escort Don Climaco. What a good-looking pair they made!

On a more humanitarian side, the CVCMers also organized a feeding program for the rosary devotees from the same parish, numbering about a thousand. The impressive attendance showed that the distribution of rosaries to the various parishes in the province has been a worthwhile and rewarding project. More power, CVCMers!



Some of the many come-ons of Laguna Garden Cafe at the Ayala Terraces are its unequalled food choices, impeccable service, a variety of international cuisines, such as Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Singaporean, even American and Italian, and of course, our well-loved and tastefully prepared and presented, Pinoy fare!

The cafe is also a much-sought after catering company, having designed and concocted cocktails, dinners, or snacks for a number of corporations or private parties.

And now, Laguna has come up with more surprising innovations!

A wireless presentation allows you to display documents, photos and videos from your PC, MAC or smartphones directly onto the projector. Music playback and volume control can be done via bluetooth.

Furthermore, their five function rooms can be combined in whatever configuration without rewiring or manual settings. All rooms are equipped with an automatic mixer, which means you don’t need a sound technician to constantly adjust its level and equalization.

With all these system upgrades, the palatable cuisine at the Laguna Cafe will not be the only reason to hold your events there. Now wireless, with Pioneer Technology, in their conference rooms, you can relax in a modern space that not only looks sleek, but also works smart. See you at Laguna!

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on September 04, 2014.


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