▲ Dance exercise on April 26, 2013 led by Dr. Marie Rebancos, Tessie Abraham and Carmen Viloria
▲ Karaoke singing before dance exercise at the Philippine Center.
Philippine Center Update February 2013
By: Gerry Ramos, AIA Executive Director
The Philippine Center and the Milwaukee County Parks Department hosted an informal open house last January 14, 2013 to showcase to the other Milwaukee County Departments, the City of Greenfield and major PCCCF grant providers the Philippine Center and the Free Medical Clinic accomplishments since opening the FMC doors on March 10, 2012. Continue here >>
Philippine Center, Free Medical Clinic Enjoying Early Successl
David Cotey | Jan 15, 2013
Since March 2012, the center and clinic have turned the underutilized Zablocki Park Pavilion into a functional commodity.
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PCCCF Gala Night by Mareta Prill
The PCCCF held a fund- raising gala on March 3, 2012 at theHilton-Milwaukee Center to augment the depleted funds. Prior to the beginning of the evening, our guests were met at the registration desk by Zen Edralin, Mareta Prill, Becky Toledo, Mila Lamerand and Volette Singson who directed them to view displays and photo collages depicting the history of our organization and many of the activities sponsored by the PCCCF. The “Tree of Life” was in prominent display at the lobby, under the watchful eyes of Linda Ramos and Lito Tenorio, with sponsors eagerly locating their names. A mocha chiffon cake, with the PCCCF logo, donated by the Hopefl family was also displayed and later enjoyed as dessert. Read full article here >>
The dream is now a reality
The dream of having our own Philippine Center Building in Milwaukee is now a reality. The Philippine Center is located at the Zablocki Park Pavilion, 3717 W Howard Avenue, Greenfield WI.
The 35 year lease agreement with the Milwaukee County Parks for the use of the Zablocki Park Pavilion to house the Philippine Center was officially signed last July 29, 2011,
Free Medical Clinic Opens its Doors to Dozens of Patients
The Philippine Center finally opened its doors and had its first Free Medical Clinic at the Zablocki Park Pavilion, 3717 W. Howard Ave., Saturday March 10, 2012.
Philippine Center Executive Director Gerry Ramos and Free Medical Clinic Director Dr. Violeta Singson, together with the Zablocki Park Manager Dan Roddy, led the doctors, volunteers and patients in the blessing ceremonies officiated by Fr. Jojo Orosa of St. Camillus. >> Read Full Article from GreenfieldPatch.Com >>