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ALL SET FOR THE 3rd HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN PARADE ON JUNE 6, 2015

JFAV UPDATES
June 02, 2015

ALL SET FOR THE 3rd HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN PARADE ON JUNE 6, 2015

Los Angeles– MABUHAY ANG Ika-117 NA TAONG ARAW NG KALAYAAN NG PILIPINAS!

The 3rd PH Independence Day Parade Organizing Committee (3rd HFTPIDOC) announced today that everything is all set for the 117th PH Independence Day Historic Filipinotown Parade on June 06, 2015 .

JFAV National Coordinator Al P,Garcia , also the Coordinator of the 3HFTPIDOC also confirmed the attendance of two City Council Members, CD 13 Council Member Mitch O’Farrell and CD 1 Council Member Gil Cedillo and one Congressman, Rep. Adam Schiff in the parade.

Garcia added, “the group have finalized the route of the parade, outreach for other youth and student groups to join and other preparations for the event. We invite the public to join this multi-ethnic celebrations of Philippines 117th Independence Day.”

New Groups Joined In

Garcia also announced that new groups that have recently joined the parade are:

The Philippine Air Lines (PAL), GMA7 NEWS, MEGRAWORLD, PLDT/SMART, the Binibining Pilipinas-USA/Insider productions, Kabataang maka-Bayan Pro People Youth (KmB), Knights of Rizal-California Chapter, HIFI CALI EXPO LLC , SMR LLC, Echo Park Community Coalition (EPCC),HIFI Indie Film Festival LLC, Historic Filipinotown People’s Council (HFPC).

The Philippine Air Lines(PAL), DANZA AZTECA CUATHEMOC, Asian Journal Publications, KAPISTAHAN GRILL, LASOS, Golden Agers of Los Angeles (GALA),The City Of Hope, Filipino Disciples Church or the Filipino Christian Church (FCC) and the COTIFA.

The KAPISTAHAN GRILL, Rampart Village Neighborhood Council (RVNC).The People’s CORE, S4PACE, the Office of Rep.Adam Schiff and District 1 Council Office of Council Member Gil Cedillo, have joined the parade

The 3rd Historic Filipinotown Parade

The 3rd HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN PH INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE and Community Fair will be held on Saturday, June 06, 2015 from 8;00 AM to 11;30 AM

The parade will go around the Historic Filipinotown Temple and Beverly Corridor.The parade will go west via Beverly Blvd and again, eastward back to Temple St.

The parade assembly area will start in front of the Silver Lake Medical Center at 1711 W. Temple St. and FACLA at 1740 W. Temple St and will assemble at 8:00 AM. The parade will start promptly at 9;00 AM and end also at 11;30 AM at the FACLA

There will be a after-parade program at FACLA’s Social Hall.

The emcees of the program are Steve Angeles of Balitang America, Aquilina Soriano-Verzosa of PWC and Bernie Ganon of the SL CBAS.

There will also be food trucks, food booths and service booths from different participating organizations. The public is cordially invited.

For more information/applications to participate please call Al Garcia at (213)241-0995, Sid at (213)3995042; Bernie at (323) 683-6477. You can also email us at alpiegarcia@gmail.com or visit our website at www.newfacla.org

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LA FILAM Community Leaders Cleaned Up HFT Marker

EPCC NEWS
June 02, 2015

LA FILAM Community Leaders Cleaned Up HFT Marker

Los-Angeles- “Our Clean up Can’t Wait.”

Committed FllAm Community leaders did not wait for the city authorities to clean up the newly erected Historic Filipinotown marker at the Temple/ Silverlake Junction or cross raaods in Historic Filipinotwn DTLA.

They did the clean up themselves last Sunday, May 31, 2015.

” We cannot wait for the city and let the trash stays. Some people are really insensitive making the marker their ashtray for their cigarette butts and old picture frames,” Dr Orly Cagampan of the Rampart Village Neighborhood Council (RNVC) commented.

Long Delayed Marker

Ms. Bernie Ganon of Ms. FILAM International said, “We wont allow our marker to be trashed.”

The marker was only unveiled last year 2014 after a long delay due to the economic crisis of 2008. Newly elected District 13 Council member Mitch O’ Farrel inaugurated the marker early 2014 after a long delayed construction

It was a joint project of then District 13 Council member (now Mayor) Eric Garcetti way 2003 and Rep.Xavier Becerra. But was not built until early 2014 when the funds were available.

“We want it to be lighted and gated or else it will another giant trash bin for the homeless and the uncaring folks.” added Art Garcia, the National Coordinator of JFAV and an HFT community leader and a local resident

For more information please contact us at (213)241-0995 or email us at agarcia@peoplescore.net.

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