There is nothing more precious, rewarding, and heartwarming than a child’s smile.
And because children are uncomplicated, it’s surprisingly easy to bring smiles to their faces. Share a great meal and spend a little time with them, and you have a bunch of kiddos with full tummies and you’ll surely leave with a happy heart.
Since school opened this year, Jacko’s Kan-anan had been visiting Bernardo E. Ramos Memorial School (BERMS) in Brgy. Tomas Cabili, Iligan City to share some blessings and lots of love. Here are some photos:
During our first visit to BERMS, we brought arroz caldo and orange juice.
July was Nutrition Month. What better way to celebrate it than with healthy and nutritious food shared by everyone?
In August, we brought an additional surprise. We turned over some books and encyclopedias to feed the little ones’ curiosity and hunger for knowledge.
In September, as we celebrated the birthday of Ma’am Edith, we were in for a surprise. The pupils prepared a special number! How cute is that?
#Throwback to this year’s birthday celebration of Ma’am Edith at Bernardo E. Ramos Memorial School in Tomas Cabili, Iligan City. Naay dance number from the kiddos pa jud. Maka-touch. Daghang salamat sa inyo. 🙂
Posted by Jacko’s kan-anan on Friday, December 25, 2015
Unfortunately, we didn’t get to visit them in October. It was semestral break for them.
And in November, we brought the all-time favorite champorado, bread, and bottled water. Our friends from Real Buko Bar shared ice pops, adding to the big, big smiles of everyone.
Before they leave for Christmas break, we joined the BERMS pupils in their Christmas party. There were singing, dancing, gift-giving, some shared food, and lots and lots and lots of fun. Thank you Kim Cortes-Hedges and family for the gifts we distributed to the kids. 🙂
That wraps up our year with BERMS. Thank you to Dr. Teresita Sambo and the rest of the faculty, the pupils and their parents for the opportunity to share and the very warm welcome. Until next year! 🙂
It’s that time of the month again. Payday Friday! Time to celebrate with friends and families. Indulge in a sumptuous meal filled with Jacko’s goodness. We dare you to eat until you can’t breathe.
Grilled tuna belly
Beef lumpia shanghai
Chicken with vegetables
Cream of mushroom soup
Mangga with bagoong
Tickets are sold at P199 per person, exclusive of drinks. Contact 222-4610 or 0917-716-8773 for reservations.
- Check the eyes. Look for bright, clear eyes. The eyes fade quickly into gray dullness as it loses freshness. If the eyes appear milky, cloudy, faded or dull, the fish is probably several days old and nearing its expiration date.
- Look at the scales and skin of the fish. The scales should be bright and look metallic and clean. Look out for missing scales, dried out skin, or presence of discolored patches. Fresh fish should appear moist and firm. The tail of the fish should also be stiff.
- Look at the gills. They should be a rich red. Make sure there is no slime present. Dull or brownish gills indicate the fish will start to turn soon.
- Observe the odor of the fish. Fresh fish should smell like clean water or similar to salt-water or brine. Fish that smells sour, overpowering or rank indicates that it has spoiled or is about to spoil.
You can take part by donating, spreading the word, and volunteering.
- Donate books, toys, used clothes, shoes, etc. You may drop your donations at Jacko’s Kan-anan along National Highway, Hinaplanon, Iligan City. You may also visit other receiving stations closest to your home:
- Corpus Cristi Church, Camague
- Dunkin Donuts, Quezon Avenue
- DXIC RMN
- LCD Bakeshop
- Rotary Club of Iligan North Clubhouse Center at Sheker Park, Brgy. San Miguel
- New Life Christian Center, Tibanga
- Office of Councilor Sweet, Pala-o
- Resurrection of the Lord Parish
- St. Michael’s Cathedral
- Vcoy Ticketing Express
- Spread the word through blogging, texting, or simply spreading the news to your friends, colleagues and families.
- Volunteer your time. Your presence during the collection process and information dissemination would greatly help in the success of this project. You, together with your colleagues and friends, can help make this one worthwhile undertaking remarkable.
For more details, any interested group or individuals may contact:
Councilor Michelle Sweet (Sangguniang Panglunsod Office)
Telephone No. (063) 225-4510 local 117
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Darell, the Project 111111 Secretariat
Telephone No. (063) 225-4510 (local no. 117)
Cellphone No. 0926-3886-996
I recently celebrated my 26th birthday, and I know there are sooooo many reasons to party. And so this year’s celebration was super-duper-mega-over special — even better than last year. An entire weekend was for me. Haha!
So as promised, here’s what transpired on that memorable weekend:
On Saturday, February 26, 2011, we had a party for the kids of Pugaan at Jacko’s Kan-Anan. It’s year 2 of February Pr♥ject! Yeay!
So here are our guests:
And of course, like any birthday party, we had foooooood…
We also had games….
It was truly a blast! Many thanks to Tita Rose, Tito Nonoy, Ate Annie, Ma’am Fe, and the rest of their churchmates for facilitating the activity; to Ate Jenny and the people of Pugaan. Many, many thanks also to Mama, Papa, Gogong and Ate for the support and everyone at Jacko’s Kan-Anan. 😉
Part 2 of the celebration was a dinner party with family and friends the next day (same venue, of course).
We enjoyed a sumptuous meal…
with family and family friends…
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