Club Bulakeño goes Latin

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Becky Garcia

Becky Garcia

Notable society figures, business tycoons, philanthropists, and politicians filled the Rizal Ballroom of Makati Shangri-La to celebrate Club Bulakeño’s 26th year on November 14. The whole venue was transformed into an elegant Latin setting.

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Incumbent presidents Atty. Jonas Cabochan and Shelly Lazaro dramatically welcomed guests as King and Queen of the ancient South American Mayan culture. This is by far the most festive anniversary celebration of the illustrious club.

This year’s batch of Huwarang Anak ng Bulakan awardees was composed of fine gentlemen who have made outstanding contributions in their respective fields like Hermie Esguerra for shipping, Joseph Calata for Agri Business, Amando San Juan for Entrepreneurship, Atty. Crispino Reyes for Education and Engineer, Restituto Roque for Public Service.

Over the years, the generous support that the club continues to receive is a testament to the power of its work and the impact it has on the communities it serves.

An exciting highlight of the ball was the medley of Latin dance performances by the officers, members, and friends of Club Bulakeño. Everyone enjoyed their fantastic rendition of Tango, Rumba, Paso Doble, Mambo, Calypso, La Cumbia, and Salsa.

To Club Bulakeno, more years to come!

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  1. jackus bracamontes on

    I thought when writing in formal Filipino the letter K will or should be substituted by the letter C, so it should be Bulaceño. Like Ilokano to Ilocano or Kavite to Cavite, so on and so forth.