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Salusalo at Salinawit

Healthy, yummy food, and nice music from the 70s and earlier. It was a great evening when the PRRM Quezon City Chapter hosted a Salusalo at Salinawit on May 12 at the PRRM building penthouse. It was a get-together of the QC Chapter members. Slow food (healthy food prepared with care and enjoyed together) and drinks were more than enough for the attendees. Songs translated into Filipino or salinawit by Pete Lacaba (QC Chapter Vice Chair) were sang a la videoke style accompanied by Dino Santos (keyboard), Charlie Razo (guitar), and Jed Guinto (violin and guitar). There were more than 40 QC Chapter members and friends who came. The salusalo lasted until around 11 pm. Everyone agreed, there has to be a repeat.

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