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All for the love of Lilibeth

The stunning and well-loved Lilibeth Campos marked a milestone birthday in style at Romulo Café in Makati City surrounded by cherished friends who have woven the tapestry of her life with love and laughter.

What began as a genteel ladies’ luncheon quickly transformed into a spirited celebration, infused with the magic of music and dance. The ever-thoughtful Ann Puno’s impromptu serenade set the tone, igniting a cascade of melodic voices and lively footwork.

Amid the jovial atmosphere, the dynamic Lulu Tan-Gan stole the show with her infectious energy, leading a throwback to the vibrant beats of ’80s disco.

(From left) Rosanna Peña, Lulu Tan-Gan, Duday Tuason, Nene Leonor, and Monaco Consul General Dr. Fortune Ledesma

As the sun dipped low, the echoes of laughter and camaraderie lingered, a testament to the enduring bonds of friendship and the joy of shared moments.

Czarina Ablaza-Syquia and Guatemala consul Mellie Ablaza with Marissa Fenton and Ann Puno

A spectacular soiree for Sonny

Business luminary Sonny Tanchanco marked his 78th birthday in style amid the vibrant ambiance of his abode in Magallanes Village. Accompanied by his devoted partner John Gaddi, the jubilant affair was graced by an intimate circle of family, friends, and esteemed gusts, including the jet-setting Louie Marco, who added to the merriment fresh from San Francisco, California, USA.

Brian Tanchanco and wife Jade with Ina Tanchanco and JP Tanchanco

The soiree was a convergence of affluence and elegance, with notable personalities such as former Miss Universe Gloria Diaz and distinguished professionals like doctors Francisco and Corge Reyes.

The celebration reached its zenith as guests indulged in culinary delights crafted by the renowned restaurant chain Via Mare, followed by enchanting melodies courtesy of Mafy Soler-Da Roza and the Marcy David Band, setting the stage for an evening of joyous revelry.

(From left) Birthday celebrators Teofee Siva Javier, Emily Lim Ti, Alice Jao Chua Caedo, and Chichi Coronel Magsajo with (standing) Med de Jesus

Joy, nostalgia, and lasting friendships

In a heartwarming gathering reminiscent of their college days, the vibrant spirits of the College of Holy Spirit’s BS Commerce Batch of 1967 came alive once again as they celebrated birthdays and welcomed esteemed guests Teofee and Eric Javier from California, USA.

Amid laughter and fond memories, they reminisced about their cherished alma mater and lamented the closure of the beloved Mendiola school last year.

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, this spirited group has maintained their strong bond, embarking on memorable travels to Taipei, Hong Kong, Subic, Punta Fuego, and Sonya’s Garden in Cavite.

With hearts full of joy and friendship, they continue to defy distance and time, proving that true camaraderie knows no bounds.

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