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INCAT Alumni Association of Hawaii

Inaugural Messages in 2000




MESSAGE


I extend warmest greetings and cordial wishes to the officers and members of the Ilocos Norte College of Arts & Trades Alumni Association of Hawaii on the occasion of their 1st installation of Officers and Class Reunion in Hawaii.

I congratulate and well-wish those who will comprise the initial set of officers of the Association, and all the Alumni who will be gathering for the class reunion.

The arts and trades are the important part of education and the vocations, and you can take pride in your accomplishments as artisans and craftsmen as your legacy from your school.

I hope that your Association will grow to impart its knowledge and skills to fellow Filipinos in Hawaii for the betterment of the Filipino status.






MESSAGE FROM GOVERNOR BENJAMIN J. CAYETANO
TO THE ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS & TRADES
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII



On behalf of the people of the State of Hawaii, I send my greetings, and warmest aloha, to all who are attending the Ilocos Norte College of Arts & Trades Alumni Association of Hawaii's celebration.

Your organization will serve as a unifying force for the many Hawaii residents who share the honor of calling the Ilocos Norte College of Arts & Trades their alma mater. I commend you for enhancing the strength and pride of the Filipino community in the islands.

My best wishes to your President, Larry Ramirez, and to the officers you have chosen to lead the organization through the coming year. May each of you enjoy this class reunion- and may you succeed in your future endeavors.

Aloha,





MAYOR's MESSAGE



Congratulations to the Ilocos Norte College of Arts & Trades Alumni Association of Hawaii on the occasion of their first installation of officers, class reunion dinner and ball.

The various Filipino organizations in Hawaii have established an outstanding record of community service that has won them the respect of many. No doubt your organization will be equally successful.

I wish to commend the incoming officers who have taken on the duties of leadership and volunteered their time and talents to help this fine organization attain its goals. My administration looks forward to working with you on projects to benefit our community, and especially our young people.

On behalf of the citizens of the City and County of Honolulu, I extend our congratulations and best wishes to your new President, Mr. Larry Ramirez, the other officers and all of the members of your alumni association.







M E S S A G E

Congratulations to the founders of this organization, the Ilocos Norte College of Arts & Trades (INCAT) Alumni Association of Hawaii. Our best wishes to your President who initiated the first meeting and thus the formation of this great organization.

Your organization might be very young, but I can see that you are now becoming one of the Filipino organizations who will be very active in the Filipino community. Maraming maraming salamat for your support and assistance on one of our OFCC projects, building the float for the Dragon Parade which is a kick-off of the Hawaii Millenium.

I am very proud of your accomplishments thus far. Let me formally welcome your membership, your organization is now one of the unit organization under the umbrella of the Oahu Filipino Community Council.

In behalf of the Officers, Board of Directors, OFCC Unit Presdients, a warm "Aloha" to all of you attending this unforgettable occasion.

Yours, truly,






Republic of the Philippines
Office of the President
Commission on Higher Education
Region I
ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND TRADES
Laoag City


M E S S A G E



My sincerest greetings!

The birth of ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND TRADES ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII is surely a treasure to behold!

To be a part of its first Installation of Officers, Class Reunion and Dinner and Ball, is definitely my sole pride and honor, thus my feelings of exaltation!

Your organization is a token of excellence and fame, for you have evidently attained triumph, in flapping your wings on your search for greater horizons, in your own fields of endeavor.

Your achievements portray the efficacy of the doctrines of labor you have learned from your Alma Mater. You, indeed, have held her up on the pedestal of greatness, which generations to generations will love to uphold.

I, therefore, am looking forward to more success coming up your way, and on behalf of the administrative staff, faculty, personnel and studentry of INCAT, may I extend my warmest and sincerest congratulations to each and everyone of you.

Godspeed!







ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS &TRADES
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII



PRESIDENT's MESSAGE


It is an honor for me to salute the birth of our new organization- THE ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS & TRADES ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII. This Association was formed primarily to create cooperation, unity and brotherhood among all graduates, former students, faculty members, and employees of INCAT who have at least a minimum of six months residency in Hawaii.

Some of our goals are to award scholarships to deserving students of INCAT, and children of members; to foster unity and closer relationship among members; to actively participate and contribute to the noble cause of the community and to establish a mutual fund for all members.

These are but few of our goals and their fulfillment greatly depend upon the cooperation of its officers and members. This is therefore, the appropriate time to move forward without hesitation, knowing fully well the meaning, the breadth and the importance of our intention in founding the Alumni Association. It is time to reach out to our brethern here in Hawaii who have spent their time with our Alma Mater.

We have many goals to achieve and dreams to realize. Let us therefore be united and make our new Association one if not the most successful organization in Hawaii. We need your utmost cooperation to realize this dream.





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