La Luna y Sol: YSA Charity Ball a Huge Success by Sandi Suplido

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Last February 21, the Youth of San Antonio (YSA) celebrated a night of love and generosity in their annual charity ball, with the theme “La Luna y Sol.” Just imagine, stepping into a hall decorated with little white lights, filled with a hundred beautiful ladies and handsome gentlemen who came in their classiest outfits to have fun and raise funds as a community!

YSA raised thirty thousand pesos through the success of the Charity Ball. As part of their efforts to grow closer as a community and to spread God’s love, they worked on this fundraiser to provide financial support to the JPIC Scholarship Program. During the Charity Ball, former scholar Ferdinand Basashared his journey while in the program and how he found hope for his and his family’s future.

Indeed, it was an evening of light and wonder. The parish hall was beautifully decorated to look like a starry night, thanks to the crafty skills of Pat Zulueta, Tara Singson, and Mykie Concepcion

Everyone sang and danced to amazing performances by a mix of some local artists (Kysha’s Crew, The Cohens, Bea Lorenzo and Edgar Tordesillas), as well as by our very own Lukers and Antiochers (Kevin Kramer, Jamie Garcia, Emilio Tordesillas, and Michael Rosenthal).

Although it was like being in a room full of stars, the YSA voted for a few individuals who outshined the rest in the festivities. In case you missed it, here are the night’s brightest:
Prom King: Kevin Kramer
Prom Queen: MykieConcpecion
Best Dressed Male: Church Campos
Best Dressed Female: MikeeAtayde
Best Promposal: SantiOngsiako and IssaBarte
Cutest Couple: Arianna Norton and RaditoBanzon

This event was made possible by the Antioch community (headed by Aljohn Robles, Bea Limpo, and CamilaCarunungan) and the Luke 18 community (Bianca Macasaet and Diego Ramirez).

After this evening of generosity, may we all be like God’s stars in the sky—
His instruments of love and light to the world.

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