THE ORIGIN OF SANTA CRUZ At the beginning of the 16th century, in the year 1612, the town of Sigayan, now Santa Cruz, was found in the sitio of ...
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On September 23, 2017, the SCZA-USA held it’s 2017-19 induction dinner/dance at the Marriott – Mission Valley. The 2017-19 Board of Officers were inducted by the President of the Zambales Association of Ventura County, Inc., Alvin Manzanilla. Board members Maria (Maritess) Teresita Minimo and Rex Uy Revilla received a Certificate of Appreciation award. Emcees Rudy […]
The SCZA-USA sent books and schools supplies to three elementary schools in Santa Cruz. The supplies included boxes of folders, reams of notebook paper, large boxes containing children’s books and chapter books, and 100 custom drawstring backpacks for each school. The supplies were sent via Balikbayan boxes to Don Marcelo Marty Elementary, South Central Elementary, […]
On Saturday, April 22nd, the SCZA-USA held the 2nd annual Town Fiesta picnic at Silver Wing Park. We also held our Board elections. Congratulations to the 2017-2019 Board-elect who will be inducted on Saturday, September 23rd. The time and venue will be announced shortly. Stay tuned! The results are as follows: President – Teo Millan Vice-President – Willie Abalos […]
In December 2016, the SCZA helped the Filipino-American Law Enforcement Officers Association (FALEO) during their Holiday Families drive. Every year FALEO collects donations of money, food, toys and gift cards to be distributed to several families in the county of San Diego. District offices selected the families of students who were excelling in school and were from […]
For the 2nd year in a row, SCZA and their families went Christmas caroling to several residences throughout San Diego County during the holiday season. In keeping with Filipino tradition, traditional Filipino and American Christmas songs were sung. SCZA also caroled at the Paradise Valley Manor to the delight of the elderly residents. Many of the residents […]