Watch a blockbuster film and help send a UP student to school! (Philippines)

Category: 300 News | Posted by: admin
Article Date: January 18, 2007 | Publication: Livejournal | Author: Tatawin
Publication/Article Link:http://tatatwin.livejournal.com/64752.html


Tickets at Php 300 each.

Tickets available from Gabi, myself, or any Ex Libris Philippines member.

Watch this blockbuster film starring Gerard Butler, Dominic Monaghan, Rodrigo Santoro, Lena Headey, and others! And, in the process, help send a U.P. student to school!

For more information about Ex Libris Philippines and our Scholarship Project, please go to
http://exlibrisphilippines.multiply.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/exlibrisphilippines

Everyone, please buy tickets and help us in our cause!! Support our fundraiser!

Ex Libris Philippines is the newly-established, nationwide and government-recognized NGO for book enthusiasts. It is a nonstock, nonprofit organization composed of students, professionals and teachers from various universities.

Ex Libris Philippines enables its members to live out manís highest ideals found in our favorite, inspiring books. We believe that the nobility of ideals and great vision should not just exist in the pages of books or in the minds of authors long-dead and gone, but in reality.

Ex Libris Philippines has an organized system of booklending that enables each and every member to have access to many other books through the other members' collections, encouraging them to read more, broaden their literary horizons, or simply bask in the companionship of fellow booklovers. We hold book sessions in which we foster good fellowship and good reading. In these book sessions we share opinions, views, critiques and real life lessons from books; explore other genres, share our favorite books and personal literary experiences with each other, and we can even pool resources together to buy much-desired books.

Future plans of Ex Libris Philippines include the establishment of more scholarships to help send deserving youth to school; the formation of ties with other schools, university libraries, and publishing houses; sponsoring author appearances; and participating in various noteworthy literary causes---such as volunteering to help teach school children how to read.

Visit the link at the top of this article for more information!