Monday, February 27, 2017

The Coory and the Bactong Families Meet

Last October 31, TF donors Damian and Lisa Coory visited St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City (SFAS) and met their scholar, CJ. The Coory's used to sponsor the Bactong brothers, CJ and Casey, when they were in grade school, as their mother taught in SFAS. The Bactong brothers transferred to another school when their mother left SFAS to teach in the public school. Their father joined the SFAS faculty last school year and upon CJ's request, he transferred back to SFAS as 10th grade scholar with the Coory's support once again.

The Coory and the Bactong family with Ms. Micmic Golez, Executive Director of TF.

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