SPC & BSP – partners in hosting Financial Literacy Seminar

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Seated (L-R) BAIPHIL Director Roberta B. Afable, Special Projects Committee Chairperson Ma. Elena Ruiz, BAIPHIL President Emmanuel E. Barcena, BSP Director Fe M. dela Cruz, San Joaquin Elem School Principal Celia C. Paulino, BAIPHIL Past President Rebecca S. Torres and BSP Deputy Director Roberto T. Syquia

Standing (L-R) BSP PR Officer Jetzer M. Tan, BSP Assistant Manager Jems L. Alentajan, BAIPHIL Associate Life Member Gina de Guzman, BAIPHIL Manager Gina G. Mendoza, BAIPHIL Past President Articer O. Quebal and BAIPHIL Treasurer Francis M. Puzon

San Joaquin Elementary School Children’s Choir rendered a nationalistic song

The Special Projects Committee headed by Director-in-Charge Susan Alcala-Uranza and Chairperson Marilen M. Ruiz launched its first project for FY 2010-2011 with a Seminar on Financial Literacy Program for Parents and Teachers of Schoolchildren at the San Joaquin Elementary School, Pasig City on July 21, 2010.

The newly inducted BAIPHIL President Emmanuel E. Barcena, delivered the welcome address after Roberta B. Afable, BAIPHIL Director recited the invocation. BSP Director of the Corporate Affairs Office, Fe M. dela Cruz gave the opening remarks in the vernacular. The BSP contingent distributed give aways featuring the BSP collection of paintings to the pupils and to those in attendance. There were 15 parents and 38 teachers in the session, among others.

BAIPHIL Treasurer Francis M. Puzon, FVP, PVB, introduced guest speaker, BAIPHIL Past President Articer O. Quebal, former SVP, DBP, who lectured on the “Financial Literacy Program for Parents and Teachers of Schoolchildren”. Gina A. de Guzman, Associate Life Member of BAIPHIL, introduced another BAIPHIL Past President Rebecca S. Torres, SVP, BDO, who conducted on interactive discussion on “Values Formation”. On behalf of the teachers and participating parents, the school principal, Celia Paulino, expresses gratitude for the hosting of the forum. The children’s choir of San Joaquin Elem. School rendered a nationalistic song in lieu of the national anthem as it was already sundown.