HAPI – Bacolod chapter volunteers to improve Mandalagan National High School murals

Posted by admin | Posted on June 5, 2016

Submitted by Ayrton Macainan

June 4, 2016 – HAPI – Bacolod chapter composed of Mandalagan National High School students volunteered to give the school a touch-up in preparation for the incoming school year of 2016 – 2017.

 

Driven by the common goal of serving humanity through the propagation of the message “Love one another”, the chapter members dusted the floors and re-painted the murals while actively interacting with the school’s faculty and staff on how to better improve the establishment.

 

‘…we only have this life in the world and all we have is each other. Among other things, this chapter enjoyed doing the activities as well as the interaction with the faculty staff.’

‘HAPI is dedicated to serve humankind for a better tomorrow, in line with this goal, we help out various sectors of society to spread awareness that goodness can be achieved without divine interference and to communicate our desire to see the world free from ignorance and poverty.’

 

 

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