MANILA, Philippines – It started at Rosewood Pointe, then rapidly crawled its way towards Royal Palm Residences and instantly spread throughout Cedar Crest. It knew no age, gender or even status. No one was spared. The inevitable happened. A virus had spread and it was a virus that was brought on by none other than…
the Halloween parties held at DMCI Homes’ Acacia Estates.
Last October 26, residents from the Acacia Estates’ Rosewood Pointe, Royal Palm and Cedar Crest held its annual Halloween Parties at the properties’ respective clubhouses. Children of every age, along with a few of their Ates, Kuyas, Mommies and Daddies, dressed up and went along with the Halloween spirit. The kids were treated to candies of all sorts from trick-or-treating, fun and creative face painting and even a mummy dance number.
Zombies, vampires and fairy princesses seemed to be the top 3 costume choices of most kids from all three properties. But all in all, no matter what kind of costume they had put on, everyone can agree that the day was filled with fun and excitement.
The entrances and clubhouses of the three properties:
Residents in their costumes, posing for the camera:
Why not have a forum on this website so things of real interest can be talked about.
Why can’t the gym equipment be repaired or brought up to standards like the gym in Royal Palms, I would pay to us a gym like that but not like the trash gym in Rosewood Pointe