A Non-Profit organization in the Inland Empire


On October 15, 2011 at 6:00 p.m., PVFAA was celebrating Filipino American History Month by sponsoring a fundraiser dinner dance dubbed as ?BALIK TANAW?, a festive fiesta dinner with songs and dances that showcase our Filipino culture and tradition. The evening?s affair was outlined with a number of activities, like a 5-minute slide show about the first Filipino migrants in America, exhibits, cultural performances, and of course - ballroom dancing. This event was be held at the Bob Glass Gymnasium in the city of Perris, California.

Posted by Mario C. Nazareno, Jr. on October 20, 2011 at 11:07 AM 5139 Views

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Reply Mila Banks
1:15 PM on July 17, 2015 
Understandably, with the many issues we deal with just with the business of everyday life and survival, we don't pay much attention to the past, except when in gatherings we talk about the good times back home and our early days in this country, in this modern technology age. We conveniently forget the harsh and hard life of those who came before us, but with a great resolve, survived and their descendants successfully blended into the mainstream of American society. If only once a year, in October, we should pause ans reflect on the many sacrifices of the Filipino immigrants, to better appreciate the life we have today.

Thank you for the very poignant video. Mabuhay ang PVFAA!