The Manor Camp John Hay once again welcomed the holiday season with the launch of their Christmas Wonderlights, the much-awaited year-end extravaganza.
Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Congressman Mark Go, and Chairman Robert John L. Sobrepeña, lit up the massive digital Christmas tree, enhanced by the pyrotechnic show, complete with a choir which sang Yuletide carols at the Main Grounds.
The event, hosted by GMA7’s Tonipet Gaba, featured a fashion show with creations by San Francisco-based designer Anthony Legarda, inspired by some paintings by children with autism.
A cocktail party followed, with a special holiday menu prepared by Chef Billy King of Le Chef at The Manor.
The evening’s beneficiary was the Autism Hearts Foundation Philippines, Inc., headed by president and founder Lynda Borromeo.
The Christmas Wonderlights celebration will continue for the whole month of December, with hourly choir performances at the grounds, at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30 p.m.
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