Asian American community who live nearby the area of Manatee and Sarasota Counties
gathered and celebrated The 1st Annual Asian Heritage Celebration in Bradenton FL.
A joined project by Gift2Care.org, Asian American Federation of FL, Department of Health of Manatee County and Hope Lutheran Church.They conduct a free health fair and free dance and musical show to the public.
PCFI officers, Herald Tribune, vendors, dancers, singers and Beautiful teenagers who volunteered as Sagala's who drove from Tampa, Port Charlotte and Bradenton joined and supported the event.
Thank for all the supports and Sponsors:
On behalf of Gift2Care.org and Asian American Federation of Florida ( Central West Region) we would like to thank your interest to join our Asian Heritage Celebration on May 25th, 2013 at 4635 26th West Bradenton FL 34207. As we celebrate this occasions we will conduct a Free Health Fair to the public of Manatee and Sarasota Counties specially to all Asian in the area a joint project with Department of Health of Florida. A free screening of Glucose, Cholesterol, HIV, STD, Hepatitis A,B,C, Blood Pressure check up and much more from 9 am to 2 pm and Asian Heritage Program 12 to 10 pm
The highlights of the event are Santa Cruzan Parade we are inviting all men, women companies and kids to join and just wear your best gown and Tuxedo or Black Formal Tie.
A search for Gift2CARE Miss,Mrs and Little Miss Ambassador 2013 ( Little Miss 3 to 10 years old, Miss 14 to 25 years old, Mrs 20 to 45 years old) a candidate or representative must choose one benefiting school, organization or church. The candidate must sell a raffle to tickets to help Gift2CARE to raise funds to help and continue our Projects for Children Adult, Rehabilitation and Enrichment.
Please see below mechanics.
Total Sold tickets 70% points (10% of the total sold tickets will be donated to benefiting school, organization or church and 10% of the total sold tickets will be awarded to the candidate or representative. )
a letter of recommendation, 10% points
Question and Answer ( Must Speak English) 10%
Text Voting 10%
Over all points 100%
All candidates will be joining the Santa Cruzan Parade Winner of the Gift2Care Little Miss, Miss, and Mrs Ambassador 2013 will Trophy, Crown Title and Certification of Recognition.
We need volunteers, vendors Please support our 1st Annual Asian Heritage Celebration 2013 and be part of the history.
We still need of sponsors for the following:
Typhoon Pablo Philippines News!
Situation report on the effects of typhoon Pablo (NDRRMC), December 13, 2012, as of 10 a.m.
Update as of December 13, 2012, 10 a.m. (NDRRMC)
State of National Calamity
On December 7, 2012, President Benigno S. Aquino III placed the country under a State of National Calamity, by virtue of Proclamation No. 522, s. 2012.
The total number affected in 1,946 barangays / 252 municipalities / 36 cities in 30 provinces of Regions IV-B, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, and CARAGA: 528,750 families / 5,474,313 persons.
The total number currently being served by 63 evacuation centers is 19,212 families / 79,885 persons.
902 persons dead (with 567 identified)
2,661 persons injured
Status of lifelines
Nineteen (19) bridges and seven (7) roads are still not passable.
Thirty-five (35) areas are still experiencing power interruption.
Six (6) areas are experiencing interruption in water supply.
Communication was restored in Compostela Valley, and
Sandy developed from a tropical wave in the western Caribbean Sea on October 22, quickly strengthened, and was upgraded to Tropical Storm Sandy six hours later. Sandy moved slowly northward toward the Greater Antilles and gradually intensified. On October 24, Sandy became a hurricane, made landfall near Kingston, Jamaica, a few hours later, re-emerged into the Caribbean Sea and strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane. On October 25, Sandy hit Cuba, then weakened to a Category 1 hurricane. Early on October 26, Sandy moved through the Bahamas. On October 27, Sandy briefly weakened to a tropical storm and then restrengthened to a Category 1 hurricane. Early on October 29, Sandy curved north-northwest and then moved ashore near Atlantic City, New Jersey, as a post-tropical cyclone with hurricane-force winds. Shortly after, media outlets were calling the storm "Superstorm Sandy".
In Jamaica, winds left 70% of residents without electricity, blew roofs off buildings, killed one, and caused about $55.23 million (2012 USD) in damage. In Haiti, Sandy's outer bands brought flooding that killed at least 54, caused food shortages, and left about 200,000 homeless. In the Dominican Republic, two died. In Puerto Rico, one man was swept away by a swollen river. In Cuba, there was extensive coastal flooding and wind damage inland, destroying some 15,000 homes, killing 11, and causing $2 billion (2012 USD) in damage. In The Bahamas, two died amid an estimated $300 million (2012 USD) in damage. In Canada, two were killed in Ontario and an estimated $100 million in damage was caused throughout Ontario and Quebec.
Filipino Masquerade Party at Bradenton Florida-”Wow” is the word that I use to describe the Masquerade Party that www.Gift2Care.org had to raise money for their mission. They sure know how to give back to the people who donated to their charity. Where do I start.
First the hotel were we stayed had a beautiful view, the food was great and the beds where very comfortable. The party itself was great. They had a DJ that played all the right songs and had everyone on the dance floor from the time we got there to the time we left.
My feet even hurt after dancing. (haha) They even had a professional dancer giving us dance lessons and a professional photography taking pictures. In fact, I hadn’t danced so much in a long time. The food they served was delicious.
Filipino Masquerade Party at Bradenton Florida- It was great seeing so many people coming together with one purpose in mind to help people in the Philippines. I would highly recommend that you all take a look at www.Gift2Care.org This organization which is ran by Diana has a huge heart and when you meet her, you will know why it is such a success.
If you are looking for a great charity to donate to, then look no more and donate now. My company, Sell Fast Realty, was so touched by the purpose of this organization that Evelyn and I donated $300.00 to help them.
Filipino Masquerade Party at Bradenton Florida and I am reaching out to anyone who wants to change lives of others or have friends and relatives in the Philippines to donate to this organization so they can continue to grow and help the people rebuild and start over in the Philippines.
Also, I would recommend to watch out for any other fund raisers that they will be having because you will have so much fun, see Evelyn and I there, and meet so many nice people. Thank you Diana for caring so much to make a difference in so many people’s lives. See ya at the next event.
Filipino Masquerade Party at Bradenton Florida- We will come again next year!
Filipino Masquerade Party at Bradenton Florida Rocks!
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I am the founder of Filipino Asian Community – Our goal is to strengthen and promote the Filipino Asian community in Central Florida.
My way of accomplishing this goal by way of Blogging For FREE. A blog is an online journal where you can post your opinion, thoughts, observations and comments about a particular topic . I then publish my blog to be index by google so people around the world can access my blog, then I bookmark my blog to facebook, twitter, linkedn, delicious,stumble upon and other social media.
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I’m also a Realtor , I specialize in residential real estate in central Florida. my area of expertise includes short sale, investing in Pre-foreclose homes. I describe myself as a realtor for average people, as a hardworking person with practical knowledge and real world experience, I will be able to employ the necessary creativity and technical savvy to help average home buyers and sellers achieve their dreams of owning or selling their homes .
I am not just your typical Realtor, I became homeless myself and experienced first hand what’s it’s like not to have a roof to sleep under.
I am originally from Manila, Philippines; I finished college at the Lyceum of the Philippines with the degree of Bachelor of Science in International Studies, major in Political Science. My first job when I first immigrated here in the United States was a Nursing Aid, taking care of mentally challenge kids. I also used to work at Disney in housekeeping and as an attraction hostess.
This job was exciting at the beginning, maybe because I had an opportunity to meet a lot of famous people, like Lady Diana, Oprah, Brad Pitt, Michael Jackson, Hillary Clinton and lots and lots of other celebrities. I set a goal that I was only going to work at Disney for 15 years and I did exactly that, then I quit and I started my own business, selling merchandise at the flea market. I enjoyed having a direct contact with the public.
While I was at the flea market, I was still looking for more business opportunities that I could join and I continued going to real estate seminars trying to learn more about real estate. I met my mentor in one of these real estate seminars and we have been great friends since then.
I am now a realtor and currently have an SFR-Short Sale Foreclosure Resource, GRI- Graduate Real Estate Institute Designation, which stands for Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource.
Personal Life: I have been happily married for 24 years and blessed to have a son. I was raised with 9 siblings in my family and I personally know what it’s like to sleep in one bedroom with the rest of the family.
Religious Beliefs: I am a Christian who reads and study’s the Bible. Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior.
I look forward to serving you!
Very truly yours,
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I'm a full time realtor, if you or somebody you know might be interested in buying or selling a home, please refer them to me, I will really appreciate the referral.
I am the founder of Filipino Asian Community - Our goal is to strengthen and promote the Filipino Asian community in Central Florida. Religious Beliefs: I am a Christian who reads and study’s the Bible. Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior. I look forward to serving you! Very truly yours, Evelyn Good www.filipino-asian-community.com (407) 397-2540 - Direct (407)888-3255-Office
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