THREE couples got married at the Santisimo Rosario Parish Church last Feb. 28, courtesy of the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

The newlyweds were Romeo Micarios and Zenaida Mendoza, Alfredo Tiangha and Wenilyn Libato, and Gericson Galicia and Ana Marie Abela. Micarios and Galicia are part of the University’s maintenance staff, while Tiangha is a security guard.

The triple wedding was a college outreach project. To qualify, at least one of the partners must be an employee of the University and the bride must not be pregnant at the time of the wedding, Community Development Coordinator Arnold Distor said.

“Also, they should be incapable of pursuing a church wedding due to financial constraints and have completed the requirements set by the parish church,” he added.

Hotel and Restaurant Management juniors took charge of the reception held at the Quadricentennial Pavilion courtyard.

Distor said the budget was taken from the CTHM’s service fund. Jan Dominic G. Leones

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