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Saturday, March 8, 2014

Anne's Kiddie Party and Adopt-A-School with Cherry Mobile

In a strategic move to show love for kids and celebrate meaningful partnerships, Cherry Mobile and brand ambassador Anne Curtis visited General Roxas Elementary School (GRES) with kiddie party treats. Anne celebrated her birthday with pupils from GRES alongside with the formal turnover of the two kindergarten classrooms donated by Anne and Cherry Mobile to GRES under the Adopt-A-School program with the Department of Education (DepEd.)

A lot of people were busy preparing for the kiddie birthday party before Anne arrived in the venue.
 



The kindergarten classrooms donated by Anne Curtis and Cherry Mobile to G. Roxas Elementary School.
Kinder kids excitedly helped prepare the rubber mats they would be using for the storytelling session with Anne.


The event began with a short program honouring the generous donation of Cherry Mobile and Anne. The small crowd also recognized the presence of top Cherry Mobile executives and distinguished representatives from DepEd. The kids gave a special Hawaiian dance number for Anne and a surprise segment in which they gave roses and personal letters to Anne. Afterwards Anne relayed her gratitude for the warm welcome of GRES faculty and students.



Cherry Mobile VP Michelle Ngu gave her welcome remarks to the participants of the event.

The Hawaiian dance number of the school kids delighted the entire crowd.




After the short program, Anne led the ribbon-cutting ceremony together with Cherry Mobile executives and had a short storytelling session with the school kids. Soon after the end of the program, the kids enjoyed their lunch meal together with their classmates.

Anne gave her thank you speech with the background of a wall mural inspired by her TV role as Dyesebel.
 




The Adopt-A-School program is just one of the projects that show how Cherry Mobile not only supports its brand ambassadors in their own charity projects but also continues implementing projects for the cause of education.
 





Written by Keren Grace Tandico


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