116th Anniversary of Dr. Rizal Martyrdom Earl Bales Park, Toronto

Community Round Up Jan 25, 2013 at 12:14 pm

Shown in the photo are the Knights and guests who braved the -7 degree weather to honor Dr. Jose P. Rizal on his 116th Martyrdom, kneeling from left: Sir Alexcs Trinidad, Sir Luis Gonzaga, Sir Mauro Calagio Jr, Sir Mario Alpuerto and Sir Joel Baile; standing from left: Sir Joe Damasco, Sir Felix Tulagan, Sir John de los Santos, Sir Jojo Taduran, Sir Douglas Quimno, Sir Tolentino Arellano Jr., Sir George R. Poblete, Hon. Senator Tobias C. Enverga Jr., Sir Manny Yanga, Consul Bolivar Bao, Sir Popoy Cana, Sir Jaime Marasigan, Sir Tom Ng and Sir Ariel Felix.

The Order of the Knights of Rizal Central Canada celebrated the 116th Dr. Jose P. Rizal Martyrdom on December 30, 2012, at Earl Bales Park and Time Zone Banquet Hall, Bathurst Ave. Toronto.

This Martyrdom Event was Hosted by Brampton Chapter Commander Sir Dr. Romy Sinajon, KCR. The ceremonies were conducted by Deputy Chapter Commander Sir Delfin Palileo, KCR and Sir Tolentino Arellano Jr., KOR.

Consul Bolivar Bao of the Philippine Consulate led the wreath laying at the Rizal Monument at Earl Bales Park, Bathurst Ave, Toronto, together with Canada Regional Commander Sir George R. Poblete, KGOR, Host Commander Sir Delfin Palileo, KCR and Region Adviser Sir Lapulapu Cana, KGCR. They were followed by the Region Executives Sir Jaime Marasigan, KGOR, Sir Ed Prillo, KGOR, Sir Dr. Tom Virey, KGOR, Sir Joe Damasco, KGOR, Sir John de los Santos, KCR, Sir Mario Alpuerto, KCR and Sir Jojo Taduran, KCR, Sir Frank Crawford, KCR, Sir Alexcs Trinidad, KCR; the Chapter Commanders Sir Rene Galvez, KCR and Sir Manny Yanga, KCR.; the Ladies of the Knights of Rizal, Kababaihang Rizalista and Aspirations of Rizal.
H.E. Consul Bao delivered his inspirational message to the Knights and Ladies.

The Hon. Senator Tobias C. Enverga joined the Wreath Laying Ceremonies and delivered his kind message. He represented Canada’s Federal Government.

Sir Tolentino Arellano Jr., KOR, of Brampton was the Master of Ceremonies.