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23/10/2018: FILM SCREENING OF “UNSURRENDERED 2: THE HUNTERS ROTC GUERRILLAS” AT FARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, HONOLULU

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Consul Roberto T. Bernardo (8th from right) with the Filipino Association of University Women (FAUW) led by its President, Ms. Mylene Reyes (3rd to the right), Mr. Norman Sales, FHS Faculty Department Head (left), and Mr. Miguel “Lucky” Guillermo, Executive Producer of  “Unsurrendered 2” (2nd from the right)

 

As part of the month-long celebration of the Filipino American History Month, the Filipino Association of University Women (FAUW) in partnership with Farrington High School in Honolulu held a screening of the film “Unsurrendered 2: The Hunters ROTC Guerillas” on 23 October 2018 at the Farrington High School Auditorium.

Many students of Farrington High School are of Filipino descent.

More than 300 students watched the World War II documentary.

Consul Roberto T. Bernardo delivered a message on behalf of the Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu. The film screening included a brief question and answer session with Mr. Miguel Guillermo, Executive Producer of the film; Mrs. Salome Villamarin-Calderon, 92 years old, a Hunters ROTC guerilla and US Congressional Gold Medal awardee; as well as family members of World War II veterans. (END)

Consul Roberto T. Bernardo delivers a message.

Q & A Session (L-R) 1st Sgt Efren Aguilar, Mrs. Salome Villamarin-Calderon, a Hunters
ROTC guerilla and US Congressional Gold Medal awardee, Ms. Mila Kaahanui,
Ms. Pepi Nieva and Mr. Miguel “Lucky” Guillermo.


Students watch the “Unsurrendered 2: The Hunters ROTC Guerillas”
at the Farrington High School Auditorium.

 

The film screening of “Unsurrendered 2: The Hunters ROTC Guerillas” at the Farrington High School Auditorium