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SAN FRANCISCO—The first-ever Filipino Cultural Summer Day Camp is being offered by the University of the Philippines Alumni Association of San Francisco at the Bessie Carmichael Middle School on July 8-19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Children 10-18 years old can learn about Philippine history, geography, arts and conversational Tagalog. The summer camp will be for 10 days , plus a  field trip on Saturday, July 13, and the graduation on Saturday, July 20. Reduced registration fees are available for those who qualify.

Organizations, friends and family members are requested to spread the word. For details and to register, registration forms can also be downloaded from www.upaasf.org.

you may also contact: Cecile Ascalon,  camp coordinator at cgascalon@gmail.com or call her at 650-201-4913, or Letty Quizon, program chair, at lettyquizon@gmail.com (408-455-4137).

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