Home | UrbanLife | The 4th Neri-Chaves Grand Reunion Part II
Time to dance....Music courtesy of DJs Cocoy Banaag and Bookee Quiblat

The 4th Neri-Chaves Grand Reunion Part II

MimaiScribbles
by Maia Fortich-Poblete

As promised, here is the 2nd part of my special feature of the recently concluded 4th Neri-Chaves Grand Reunion. But rather than give you a lengthy and wordy post, I’ve decided to let the photos tell you stories.

Neri Chaves Got Talent contestants Aj, Jimjim, and Charm

For those who were not able to read or grabbed a copy of last Saturday’s feature, the NC Grand Reunion was held last August 25 & 26, 2018 at Chali Beach Resort and Conference Center. It was the 4th time the Neris and Chaveses of Cagayan de Oro gathered to celebrate kinship and unity. It was also the 2nd time that the event was held at the said venue. The 1st grand reunion was held in October 1985 at DinDans Disco in Kauswagan while the 2nd one was held in 1993 at the Xavier University Gym.

The 4th grand reunion was an astounding success as relatives from different parts of the country and the world came home to be with family. It was such a beautiful sight to behold! But, again, I won’t go on a lengthy narrative. I’ll give you proof – photos!

Outgoing Neri Chaves Clan President Lourdes Jongko Quiblat welcomes all relatives

These photos were taken by Tom Udasco Photography, the official photographers of the 4th Neri-Chaves Grand Reunion. Enjoy!

Neri Chaves Got Talent judges_Arthur M. Nery, JC Salon, and Faith Javellana
Neri Chaves Got Talent contestant Isabel Gonzalez, who flew in all the way from Iloilo
Tree planting at Mapawa Nature Adventure Park
Neri-Chaves clan members love playing mahjong
Facebooktwitter

About mindanao goldstar daily

mindanao goldstar daily
TREND MAKER. Mindanao Gold Star Daily was established in 1989 to set ablaze a new meaning & flame to the local newspaper business. Throughout the years it continued its focus and interest in the rural areas & pioneered the growth of countryside journalism.

Check Also

Prepare Christmas expenses as early as November with these tips

We all know how expensive Christmas is in the Philippines. There are the usual gifts ...

DISCLAIMER: We welcome fiery exchanges but we do not tolerate ad hominem attacks, casting criminal and false aspersion on our reporters and opinion writers. We reserve the right to delete, reproduce or modify comments posted on our website without prior notice.


POSTING RULES: Do not use obscenity. Stick to the topic discussed. Do not veer away from the discussion and be respectful at all times. Do not use CAPITAL LETTERS as this means shouting in the thread.