MCCID Celebrates 11th Valentine Program

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Now on its eleventh year, MCCID College again held its Valentine’s day program last February 21 at MCCID Lecture Hall with Sir Oscar Purificacion as a special resource lecturer.

Before the lecture, the usual “It’s a Date Game”, “ABC of Love Question Game”, \”Valentine Exchange of Hearts\” and “Valentine Bookmark Exchanges” were also held. All wearing red dress, everybody had a great time. This year\’s theme is \”Friendship, Love, Courtship, Marriage and Sex the Christian Deaf Way\”. Sir Jojo Esposa together with Sir Jefferson Cortez assisted in some of the games.

A new activity, a short video presentation of love-comedy-fantasy was shown to the audience. Titled \”Deaf Butterfly\”, the film was about two unattractive star-crossed lovers who are deaf students had an unusual experience which immediately changed their lives. The short-movie was written and directed by Gibson Cruz and Princess Pagaoa. They are also the main characters and were supported by the whole 3rd year Diploma in Arts and Computer Design students. This activity is part of their Digital Video Editing class under Sir Ervin Reyes.

Watch out for the entire movie to be shown in MCCID YouTube Channel!

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4 Comments

  • arlene March 24, 2009 at 5:50 pm -

    hi good evening.. how are you? Smile hope MCCID GOOD

  • sagar April 18, 2009 at 9:24 pm -

    Hello, Good Night, How are you and All Deaf?

  • john August 7, 2009 at 4:50 pm -

    hello

  • oscar January 7, 2010 at 12:27 am -

    Hi sir Jojo and sir Ervin,

    Good time, happy new year to everyone, i always visit your website sometime that i miss all deaf peoples (alumni) enjoy trip time and i know and thank that sir jojo made website for info to all world to know about mccid have good event. Pls i hope that you dont forget me as brothers. Thank you so much.

    God bless you and your family.

    Thanks and prayer

    Oscar Purificacion

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