HAPI made it in the News again : x 3 this time

Posted by Marissa Langseth | Posted on October 11, 2016

HAPI  has always been internationally acclaimed from the get go as a humanist and secularist society,  however, it is now becoming a household name.

HAPI Trees  did it again, this time being featured three times in three different newspapers in Cebu, Philippines.

We are indeed very fortunate and happy to be with a society that is not only benevolent, but altruistic,  to wit:

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Sagabay newspaper of UP, Cebu
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The Freeman
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Cebu Daily News

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