Damosa turns into Christmas Village
November 25, 2019 - Monday 8:11 AM by MDMA beautiful spot at the Christmas Village
For the past 15 years, Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) has not only established a real estate business but it has also succeeded in building a lively and joyous community. A community that’s also in the spirit of sharing and camaraderie, full of warmth and love, ready to be of service to its people.
This is the inspiration for this year's Christmas decorations of Damosa Complex. On Wednesday, November 20, the iconic complex transformed into a Christmas Village that features Instagram-worthy spots where guests and visitors can freely take photos of the decorations set up just in front of Damosa Market Basket.
Watching toy trains at the Christmas Village
There were special performances held during Wednesday’s lighting ceremony, with a special number from Julien Joshua “Jj” Dolor Jr., the Davao-born talent who plays the Young Simba in the world’s number one musical, Disney’s The Lion King at Solaire Theatre in Manila and at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore where he also did the Gala Performance. He was also named as the newest and youngest Child Ambassador of World Vision Philippines.
Santa Clause makes the Christmas Village complete
There was also a special number from the PSquare Chorale as they serenaded the audience with their rendition of a couple of Christmas songs.
PSquared joined Voices and Beats Summer Youth Festival at General Santos City 2018 and in the Akapela Open International 2018.
Happy faces of the children while watching the performances
For the gift-giving celebration, DLI gave away gifts to children from orphanage homes such as Field of Dreams and S.O.S., and some young patients from House of Hope. Up to 150 children were invited as special guests at the Christmas Village.
The children were also treated to an acrobatics show by the Kuya Dong the Carnival Show performers.
DLI President Ricardo Floirendo Lagdameo with Julien Joshua “Jj” Dolor Jr
Colliers, one of DLI’s contractors, also handed over 1,000 bedsheets to DLI for donation to the victims of the recent earthquakes in Mindanao. DLI continues to welcome in donations in any kind for those who have been greatly affected by the recent earthquakes in Mindanao. Interested parties may drop in their donations at the Damosa Market Basket or at the DLI office.
Colorful umbrellas an attraction at the Christmas village
DLI has been making efforts to help out the victims of the recent earthquakes that struck Mindanao in October. It already had two waves of donation drives in the province of North Cotabato and is aiming to continue helping the affected communities.
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