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26 NOV 2001. VOLUME 33. NUMBER 26. 4 PAGES 

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Philippine District Brothers join the celebration

On the other hand, Provincialate Director Brother Armin Luistro, FSC, noted that more than a time of festivity, the Greenovation should celebrate the 100 years of Lasallian presence in the country. He added that a real search be done by every member as to how he can be more responsive to the needs of the nation.

In the next 10 years, projects, programs, and activities will be mounted to create awareness of the centennial celebration in all Lasallian institutions. These will be spearheaded by three committees created by the Executive Committee of Centennial Celebrations.

One of the major projects for the centennial anniversary is the Legacy Centennial Fund Campaign. Spearheaded by the Finance Committee, this fund-raising campaign encourages the University’s alumni and donors to participate by asking them to give a regular donation for ten years.

The Education and Awards Committee intends to pursue a Centennial Book which will be done by the Bienvenido Santos Creative Writing Center. Notable writers such as Dr. Cirilo Bautista, Dr. Isagani Cruz, Dr. Marjorie Evasco, and Connie Maraan, have been tapped for the project. Aside from this, the committee also proposed a world-class national center for teachers’ education which will offer both degree and non-degree programs.

Headed by Brother Andrew Gonzalez, FSC, the Cultural and Historical Committee plans to put up an interactive exhibit on the DLSU-Dasmariñas campus, featuring a CD-ROM collection of all alumni from 1911-2011 and an updated video on the DLSU System and its evolution. Aside from the exhibit, the committee also proposes to commission a sculptor to do the centennial monument and world renown composer Lucresia Kasilag to compose the music for the centennial mass and hymn for 2011.

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