Philippine American Heritage Council Chairman to be Keynote Speaker at Navy Base
Emy Delgaudio has been a speaker on the subject of American Exceptionalism, shown here speaking in Virginia in 2013.
The Philippine American Heritage Council (PAHC) will participate in the 4th Annual U.S. Naval Supply Systems (NAVSUP) Command assembly for its military and civilian personnel to commemorate “Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month” May 26 at its Mechanicsburg facility, Bldg. 309 Auditorium, 5450 Carlisle Pike, 1:30-2:30 PM.
Keynote remarks will be delivered to the assembly by PAHC Chairman, Emy Delgaudio, a first generation American from the Philippines whose late father served in the military under the American flag in the Philippines during its occupation by Japanese forces in World War II. Ms. Delgaudio is also a member of the Philippine American Association of Central PA (PAACP), Kapitbayan Filipino-American Association, Inc. (KFAAI) and the LuzViMinda Association of PA (Luzon-Visayas-Mindanao). She is a member of all three, in addition to serving as PAHC Chairman. Continue reading
To Feature State Rep. Seth Grove, Candidates for office invited, Filipino Folk Dance, Hawaiian Children’s Dance, Cultural Display Booth, a large assortment of Filipino Food Dishes
The Dance Troop of the Philippine American Heritage Council at a practice session in an area park, preparing for their debut performance at the 3rd annual picnic on Aug. 3. Clockwise, starting lower left corner: Priscilla Bachman, Emy Delgaudio, Milagros Thomas, Mary Anne Nielsen, Emee Hemme, Jhoann McCarthy. Their next and last practice will be “full dress rehearsal” with their new costumes.
The 3rd Annual Heritage Picnic of the Philippine American Heritage Council will be held on Saturday, August 9 from 12 noon to 5 PM, with booth and food tables open for setup at 11 AM, at John C. Rudy County Park, Wren Pavilion in East Manchester Township near Emigsville, PA.
Many (but not all) of the attendees of the 2013, Second annual picnic of the Philippine American Heritage Council pose with keynote speaker, Congressman Scott Perry.
The Third Annual Picnic features State Representative Seth Grove delivering keynote remarks. All candidates for state and local office who are on the ballot in York, PA are welcome to attend and may request time to speak to the group (the time allocated will be limited). Continue reading
United States Congressman Scott Perry poses with members of the Philippine American Heritage Council and ACTION of PA at reception in his honor this past Friday at residence of PAHC member.
Speakers included Springettsbury Township Board of Supervisors Member Mark Swomley, ACTION of PA State President Jay McKiernan and Philippine American Heritage Council Chairman Emy Delgaudio with Hon. Chmn. Rep. Seth Grove
(Sunday, May 18, York, PA) – Leaders of the Philippine American community in York County, PA hosted a “Meet and Greet U.S. Congressman Scott Perry” Reception at the private residence of one of their leaders this past Friday, May 16. Their invitation to Filipinos in the York Community to meet their Congressman and enjoy Filipino foods was totally ignored by the York Daily Record and other area news media outlets, which did not make any use of the advance news media release provided to them before the event.
First term Congressman Scott Perry spoke for the second time as the keynote speaker and guest of honor at a Philippine American Heritage Council function this past Friday.
There was no charge or donation requirement to attend, although attendees were asked to bring a dish to contribute to the buffet.
State Representative Seth Grove was the “Meet and Greet Congressman Perry” event Honorary Chairman, marking his third consecutive year of participation with the York area Filipino community. Those in the Filipino community interested to receive direct invitations to attend similar events in the future such as the upcoming picnic where York area political leaders are again invited to attend and speak, may write to Chairman@PhilippineAmericanHeritage.org or visit the website, PhilippineAmericanHeritage.org.
The third annual Heritage Picnic this summer will feature Filipino and other American heritage foods, a cultural table focusing on “the best features” of the Philippines (including details of its outstanding scuba diving sites), and for the first time this year a Filipino cultural dance performance. Continue reading
U.S. Congressman Scott Perry (left) and State Representative Seth Grove have been asked to speak about “American Exceptionalism” at their appearance Sunday at 2nd annual Philippine American Heritage Council picnic in York County, PA. Grove is pictured at last year’s event giving out certificates to founding members of the Council.
U.S. Congressman Scott Perry and State Representative Seth Grove are guests of honor and keynote speakers at the 2nd Annual Philippine American Heritage Council Picnic this Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013 at Springettsbury Park in York County, Pennsylvania from 12 noon to 5 PM organized by Americans who call the Philippines their country of origin.
Additional speakers of the Philippine American group include Pamela Gay, a candidate for Coronor of York County, and Springettsbury Township Board of Supervisors candidate Mark Swomley. The group started at a Church in York County but now has members from other areas of Pennsylvania at the picnic and also have founding members as far away as Las Vegas, and Palawan, Philippines. Continue reading
The logo of the Philippine-American Heritage Council, illustrates the Christian (largely Catholic) nature of the Philippines with the famous image of “Santo Nino” (Holy Infant) while showing both the flag of our country of origin & of America, our new home.
The Philippine-American Heritage Council in south central Pennsylvania has associated itself with “New Americans by Choice,” which through their parent corporation is a non-profit organization recognized under IRS Section 501/c/4. Continue reading