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Photography Patrol — Graduation Exercises Underway In The Republic of the Philippines

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Graduation Exercises Underway In The Republic of the Philippines

by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

( BARANGAY CAMIRE, REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES) – Graduation exercises in the Republic of the Philippines are underway.  Throughout the 7,107 islands of this nation.  Parents, teachers, administrators and student have come together to carry out the annual rites of graduation.  The theme of graduations throughout the islands, this year, appears to be “Nation Building” as those two words are displayed on auditorium walls and emphasized in speeches by valedictorians, salutatorians and keynote speakers.  Pina Gempis took a General Electric digital camera and Emelyn Lodo took the photos of the graduation exercises that got underway in Camire, March 28, 2012.

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Judylyn and Pina Gempis pose for the photographer at the Camire Graduation Exercises, March 28, 2012.  Photo by Emelyn Lodo

 

As the photos of local graduations are processed, check the websites: “Samuel Warren The Writer” on blogspot and the “Sam I Am Blog” on Word Press.  Compiled photographs in an album format will be posted on the Samuel Warren Facebook page for parents, grandparents and relatives to download of photographs their graduates.

Photography Patrol – Graduation Must Go On–Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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Photography Patrol –  Graduation Must Go On — Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.  Nature and weather spent a day and a half delivering monsoon rainfall to the island of Leyte.  Despite the flooding of rice fields and local rivers, local schools went forward with graduation exercises.  Teachers, parents and students of Mohon Elementary in Tanauan, Leyte, Republic of the Philippines, waded through the water to complete their 57th Graduation Exercises and Recognition Day, Wednesday, March 28, 2012. Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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