PAFC Philippine Festival Annual Community Picnic and Sportsfest 2012, Fort Washington, Maryland, Sunday, June 24, 2012…

Sunday, June 24, 2012

This outdoor festivity promises lots of fun, fanfare and fellowship for families and friends. The all-day event features games for children, sports activites (volleyball, basketball, 5-k Run, tennis, chess), a variety show replete with live bands and dance performances, native dishes and ethnic food, and “Parada ng mga Lechon” (parade of roasted pigs) leading a colorful procession of community organizations showcasing the best of Philippine arts and culture.


Free Rock Concert, great foods, cultural danciing, parade, sporting events and much more! This coming Sunday, join us this SUNDAY at the Tucker Road Recreational Park, Fort, Washington, Maryland from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Registration is from 9:00-10:30 am for sporting events. INVITE your FAMILY, FRIENDS & CO-WORKERS! See you there! ‘ABSOLUTELY NO ALCHOHOLIC BEVERAGES ALLOWED AT THE COMMUNITY PARK!”

Filipino Festival Travel Packages

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

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Our oceans are in trouble, plastic polution, overfishing and neglect are just a few of the problems. All fish and mammals who live here are in peril and need our help. This pages aim is to bring awareness to the problems facing our oceans.
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We need to protect our ocean world, all marine life is in danger of extinction or destruction, We need to address all issues that effect our waterworld, from sharks to whales, sea turtles to seals, invasive species, pollution, ocean warming etc. This is a vast subject but so important for our marine life and for us, if the balance is tipped much further the oceans will die, without a healthy ocean we risk our own extinction. We must protect our oceans for our children

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

Meet the Blobfish. Psychrolutes marcidus, they grow to a size of 12 inches and live at a depths of 800m. They are found around Australia/Tasmania and are very rarely seen. Very little is known about this species, the fish is a gelatinous mass with a density slightly less than water allowing the fish to float above the sea floor without expanding energy. It’s relative lack of muscle is not a problem as it only swallows edible matter that floats in front of it. The living fish is rarely seen by humans, only dead ones are found in the the catch of deep sea trawler fishermen which is leading to their extinction. The fish is inedible. Photo source, wikispaces.com

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

About

Our oceans are in trouble, plastic polution, overfishing and neglect are just a few of the problems. All fish and mammals who live here are in peril and need our help. This pages aim is to bring awareness to the problems facing our oceans.
Description

We need to protect our ocean world, all marine life is in danger of extinction or destruction, We need to address all issues that effect our waterworld, from sharks to whales, sea turtles to seals, invasive species, pollution, ocean warming etc. This is a vast subject but so important for our marine life and for us, if the balance is tipped much further the oceans will die, without a healthy ocean we risk our own extinction. We must protect our oceans for our children

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

Saving the Oceans for Our Children

About

Our oceans are in trouble, plastic polution, overfishing and neglect are just a few of the problems. All fish and mammals who live here are in peril and need our help. This pages aim is to bring awareness to the problems facing our oceans.
Description

We need to protect our ocean world, all marine life is in danger of extinction or destruction, We need to address all issues that effect our waterworld, from sharks to whales, sea turtles to seals, invasive species, pollution, ocean warming etc. This is a vast subject but so important for our marine life and for us, if the balance is tipped much further the oceans will die, without a healthy ocean we risk our own extinction. We must protect our oceans for our children

Saving the Oceans for Our Children…

Saving the Oceans for Our Children...

About

Our oceans are in trouble, plastic polution, overfishing and neglect are just a few of the problems. All fish and mammals who live here are in peril and need our help. This pages aim is to bring awareness to the problems facing our oceans.
Description

We need to protect our ocean world, all marine life is in danger of extinction or destruction, We need to address all issues that effect our waterworld, from sharks to whales, sea turtles to seals, invasive species, pollution, ocean warming etc. This is a vast subject but so important for our marine life and for us, if the balance is tipped much further the oceans will die, without a healthy ocean we risk our own extinction. We must protect our oceans for our children

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous…

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice. Pledge your support by donating here: http://bit.ly/konydonate

KONY 2012 from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

Pledge your support by donating here: bit.ly/konydonate and continue to share this story. GOAL: 500,000 shares

FOR MEDIA INQUIRES ONLY: Monica Vigo pr@invisiblechildren.com

DIRECTOR: Jason Russell LEAD EDITOR: Kathryn Lang EDITORS: Kevin Trout, Jay Salbert, Jesse Eslinger LEAD ANIMATOR: Chad Clendinen ANIMATOR: Jesse Eslinger 3-D MODELING: Victor Soto VISUAL EFFECTS: Chris Hop WRITERS: Jason Russell, Jedidiah Jenkins, Kathryn Lang, Danica Russell, Ben Keesey, Azy Groth PRODUCERS: Kimmy Vandivort, Heather Longerbeam, Chad Clendinen, Noelle Jouglet ORIGINAL SCORES: Joel P. West SOUND MIX: Stephen Grubbs, Mark Friedgen, Smart Post Sound COLOR: Damian Pelphrey, Company 3 CINEMATOGRAPHY: Jason Russell, Bobby Bailey, Laren Poole, Gavin Kelly, Chad Clendinen, Kevin Trout, Jay Salbert, Shannon Lynch PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Jaime Landsverk LEAD DESIGNER: Tyler Fordham DESIGNERS: Chadwick Gantes, Stephen Witmer

MUSIC CREDIT:

Original Instrumental Scores by Joel P. West joelpwest.com/

“02 Ghosts I” Performed by Nine Inch Nails, Written by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor, Produced by Alan Moulder, Atticus Ross, and Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails appear courtesy of The Null Corporation

“Punching in a Dream”, Performed by The Naked and Famous, Written by Aaron Short, Alisa Xayalith, and Thom Powers, Produced by Thom Powers, The Naked and Famous appear courtesy of Somewhat Damaged and Universal Republic

“Arrival of the Birds”, Performed by The Cinematic Orchestra, Written by The Cinematic Orchestra, Produced by The Cinematic Orchestra, The Cinematic Orchestra appears courtesy of Disney Records

“Roll Away Your Stone”, Performed by Mumford and Sons, Written by Benjamin Lovett, Edward Dwane, Marcus Mumford, and Winston Marshall, Produced by Markus Dravs, Mumford and Sons appear courtesy of Glassnote Entertainment Group LLC

“On (Instrumental)”, Performed by Bloc Party
Written by Bloc Party, Produced by Jacknife Lee, Bloc Party appears courtesy of Vice Records

“A Dream within a Dream”, Performed by The Glitch Mob, The Glitch Mob appears courtesy of Glass Air

“I Can’t Stop”, Performed by Flux Pavilion, Flux Pavilion appears courtesy of Circus Records Limited

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