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•   Dores Nuique  10/28


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Arkansas (USA)
5 live in California (USA)
1 lives in Nevada (USA)
1 lives in New Jersey (USA)
1 lives in New York (USA)
1 lives in Alberta (Canada)
1 lives in New Brunswick (Canada)
1 lives in Saskatchewan (Canada)
9 live in USA
2 live in Ireland
1 lives in Netherlands
1 lives in New Zealand
15 live in Philippines
1 lives in Saudi Arabia
3 live in United Arab Emirates
2 live in United Kingdom
37 location unknown



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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 45.8%

A:   33   Joined
B:   39   Not Joined


•   Jade Pequit (Tudlasan)  9/10
•   Ma. Leila Concepcion Belarmino  6/15
•   Nerie Manayon (Jamison)  6/15
•   Alma Lyn Lim (Carbonell)  4/14
•   Gina Francia (Adlawan)  4/10
•   Fe Talacay  3/14
•   Epiphany "Nanette/Tata" Canon  2/22
•   Euma Bendebel (Lastimoso)  2/11
•   Glen Bendebel  2/2
•   Estelita Basoc  1/27
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Welcome to the University of Cebu CCC-Chong Hua Hospital

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Batch 1987 Website

This is an opportunity for each one of us to rekindle our treasured and memorable student life events. For the past two decades, each one of us has built an enormous amount of experience. We have experienced joy, excitement, encouragement, hope, passion, success, failure and love. These experiences have helped us of what we have become today.  Our journey just began. There is more to learn, explore and share as we continue to navigate our lives in this world. When we open our hearts to any possibilities, God provides no limits of what we can accomplish and ultimately share our positive existence with the world.

The health care profession is our chosen field - an industry that is deserving of our dedication, passion, and commitment. When challenges overwhelm us, we tend to forget of how fortunate we are. We are fortunate because we are in a position to serve.  It is an honor and a privilege to be able to afford service to human beings instead of being served. The reward is priceless. When challenges and dissatisfaction haunt us in our complex working environment, set back and recall the positive feedback that your colleagues, patients and families give you. 

Remember, your innate ability to help extends beyond bedside care. For example, the students that you teach are the byproducts and extension of you.  The family and friends who depend on you are the same individuals who have helped you. So, relax. Let’s continue to take the journey together and appreciate what life offers to each one of us. Enjoy the moment as we continue to recapture the lost times and build unforgettable ones. Again, welcome. And have fun navigating our site!  


Your site administrator

Nerie Jamison, RN, DNP(c), MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, NP-C, CCRN

Board Members 2011 Cebu Reunion 

Chairperson: Nerie Manayon

   Chairperson elect: Stella Cabatana
Elizabeth Alicaba & Olga Cadigal

Promotion Team Leader: Leila Belarmino

Promotion Team Members:  Shirley Godiz, Aline Marie Mancol, Ma. Nelia Cadavis, Christine Calcaben, Maribel Booc, Loida Capacite

Event Team Leader: Alma Lim

Event Team Members: Gina Francia, Fe Abrea, Josephine Luvite, Mary Andre Amper, Amy Montegrande, Doris Nuique, Ligaya Seno, Juliet Acosta, Gerardo Polo

"Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget."
~ G. Randolf



The Reunion Timeline: Quick Reference Guide

12-18 months in advance:

    * Put out feelers for committee
    * Start a website  
    * Visit school: inform them of reunion; obtain class list, yearbooks
    * Prepare preliminary budget
    * First committee meeting
    * Open bank account
    * Send out ‘Save The Date’ cards (emails)
    * If the date is not fixed, set up an online poll with three options
    * Collect online Classmate Profiles and pictures (ongoing until event)
    * Missing classmate search (ongoing until event)
    * Post Missing Classmates page on website (and update as you go)

8-12 months in advance:

    * Finalize date of event (if possible)
    * Book venue
    * Book caterer, if not provided by venue
    * Determine if there are informal events surrounding the reunion
    * Revise budget
    * Finalize ticket pricing
    * Send broadcast e-mails hyping the reunion (ongoing until event)
    * Invite the non-paying guests (teachers, coaches, etc.)
    * Start early-bird ticket sales and incentive programs
    * Sell or barter ad space on your website
    * Book entertainment
    * Set up memorials page on website
    * If you are hiring a photographer or videographer, get quotes
    * Plan the festivities (awards, games, speakers)
    * Canvass classmates & businesses for giveaways
    * Plan Memory Book (and solicit ads if you will include them)  

4 - 8 Months in advance:

    * Assemble slide show
    * Assemble video
    * Arrange supplies for name tags
    * Get volunteers to work the registration desk (if possible)
    * If you plan to have paper tickets, (not recommended) send them
    * Broadcast e-mail reminders
    * Cut-off for final ticket sales (if your venue needs notice for extras)
    * If you plan to have a program booklet, assemble it now

The Final Weeks:

    *  Prepare guest lists for registration table
    * Give final meal count to caterer
    * Prepare name tags
    * Compile registration kits
    * Prepare all office supplies and signs needed for registration desk
    * Arrange for a float for the cash box
    * Memory books should be delivered
    * Confirm with all vendors, suppliers, donors, etc.
    * Prepare detailed schedule of the big day

Reunion Day:

    * Decorate room, tables, displays
    * Set up registration area
    * Ensure required audiovisual equipment is set-up
    * Review check-in procedure with registration workers
    * Pick up or ensure delivery of registration kits, giveaways, mementos...

Post Reunion:

    * Upload reunion photos to website
    * Send thank-you notes to all donors / sponsors / committee members
    * If you plan on future reunions, send a follow up letter to all alumni
    * Share your knowledge with other classes from your school
    * Close bank account