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Filipino Australian Movement for Empowerment Celebrates Fifth Year

  • The much heralded Filipino Australian Movement for Empowerment or FAME which was originally envisioned in 2008 to set up  local chapters and branches all over NSW much like a political party is now  celebrating its 5th year.

The Western Sydney based  movement had been involved  in  civic and community projects such as neighborhood cleanups, holding educational seminars about Australian election, and lending  election campaign support to some Filipinos who ran as candidates in local and Federal elections.

In an invitation to supporters and friends, well known emceee of community events and present FAME Executive Director Mr. Rod Dingle announced the holding of the event called “Alive at Five – Fame Inc. Celebrates 5th Anniversary” on Saturday 27 July at the Waratah Room of Rooty Hill RSL Club on 55 Sheerbroke  Road, Rooty Hill.

The annual FAME celebration usually recognises during the event night,  individuals or  organisations  who have  made  significant contribution to Australian  society. Previous awardees include Ms Irene Broad the first Filipino  elected s councillor in Australia, musician and rockband frontman Mig Ayesa, and the Philippine National Rugby Football (PNRFL).

Celebration will be from 6:30 pm to midnight. Admission  is $60.00 per person, which includes dinner consisting of entree, main course and dessert.  The invitation urges guests to come in retro/disco/casual smart attire, if possible  in  colourful.

Raffle and door prizes or ticket to the occasion, please contact Dennis 0416 269 270  or Neria on 0404 011 524or FAME president Dingle himself on 0433 358 310