Bahay Kubo Center, a program which teaches conversational Filipino, folk dancing, arts, and more, was established in 2005. It opened in summer 2006 and in that same year CSUN FASA got involved in volunteering there. On a weekly basis on Saturdays, FASA helps in the setting up and putting away of materials. FASA has previously helped teach dances as well. After set up, volunteers have the choice of sitting in lessons, where they can observe and even learn some Filipino words and phrases if they do not know them already.
Hello Everyone!!! Long time no blog.
Well Its finally Spring 2011. So let's fill you in on the semester so far.
This semester our E-board consists of Megan Lum (Secretary), Carlyn Cudiamat (Treasurer), Isabel Miclat (PCN Coordinator), Lois Park (Vice President), and Jon Fuller (President).
The general board consists of: Andre Nuyda (Fundraiser 1), Austin Hernandez (Cultural), Benson Quach (Sports Coordinator), Chris Hernandez (Info), Earlyn Eleria (Academics), Joe Tagnipes (Public Relations), Kenny Eusebio (Community), Larry Nguyen (Sports Coordinator), Chanavong Nhao (Historian), Zaneta Madrona (Social), Anthony Holden (Sergeant at Arms), Robert Gilstrap (Fundraiser 2), Kristen Lorico (SCPASA), and CJ Berina (Alumni Relations).
This year's Pilipino Cultural Night or PCN will be under the direction of Isabel Miclat. It will be held on April 23rd. It is called "Soledad."
Upcoming events this month include:
PCN Practices every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday night at 6:00PM, either at the G3 structure on Level 4 or at the Asian American House on Halsted and Reseda. There will also be practices every Saturday at 12:00PM. Then there will also be practices Thursday nights after our General meetings.
Then of course we have general meetings every Thursday night at 6:30PM in the Pasadena room, then PCN practices after.
March 10th we are also having a fundraiser at Rubio's!
On March 20th we will be having an Alumni vs New School "Pre Sportsfest" competition at Northridge Park at 12:30. We will be playing Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, and Football to prepare for Sportsfest in Pomona, which is April 1-3.
Then on March 24th we will be having our Kuya Ate Ading Program revealing.