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Let's Make Children Smile Everyone!

Hizon's Catering is inviting everyone to join in their cause!

Help Hizon's Catering bring smiles to the children of the Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas by following these simple steps:

1. "Like" Hizon's Catering's Facebook fanpage.

2. Share and tell your family and friends to do the same.

If they reach 10,000 "likes" by August 20, 2011, Hizon's Catering will be giving a one-of-a-kind party to the kids of Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas.

So what are you waiting for?  Let's make children smile, everyone!  =)


For more information on how you can further help and participate, please contact Ms. Teng Asmolo (Project Coordinator) at (632) 925-0107 or 925-0103.


  1. This is nice. I will spread the word on my blog. :)

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  2. @liezljfk: Thanks! Every little bit counts. =)

  3. Good job Hizon Catering! Sarap ng food ng Hizon's huh! :)

  4. @Pink MagaLine: Yup. Very admirable of them. Love their food as well. =)


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