July 18, 2018, 7:58 pm
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Amaia Land treats residents

Amaia Land is doing its part to make Christmas merry and bright by mounting a flurry of activities for its residents. 

Dubbed as “Christmasaya sa Amaia,” the celebration will feature fun competitions like the “Star of Hope” and “A Carol for Christmas”—and the lighting up of Christmas Trees in select Amaia communities nationwide.

“Star of Hope” is a parol or lantern-making contest open to barangays. To promote resourcefulness, creativity, and a regard for the environment, all Star of Hope entries should be made of recycled materials. 

“A Carol for Christmas,” meanwhile, is a singing competition open to church choir members with the goal of creating original Christmas music or doing unique renditions of Christmas songs that are inspired by the theme, “Christmasaya.” 

Amaia Land is likewise lighting up a 20-feet-tall, fully decorated Christmas tree at Amaia Steps Sucat and Amaia Scapes Iloilo.
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