July 1, 2009


The Filipino American National Historical Society – Hampton Roads chapter (FANHS-HR) is the oldest FANHS chapter on the East coast and the 4th oldest of 25 FANHS chapters. This summer, we are launching our ground-breaking Summer Symposium. This event features the founders of FANHS, Fred and Dorothy Cordova….sensational, internationally-renowned performing artist, Stephanie Reese…Seattle’s Best Pinoy guitarist, Angelo Pizarro…2008 Finalist on America’s Best Dance Crew, Boogie Bots…and a few of our local talents. Join us in this rare gathering of folks, possessing the passion for the betterment of our communities starting today. Hence, the theme of our event: Sige…Our Moment is Now…


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FANHS-HR in The Daily Break, June 2005
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FANHS-HR in The Banner, April 2005
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By Lydia Villanueva
Editor, The Banner, community newsletter of the Council of United Filipino Organizations of Tidewater (CUFOT)


FANHS-HR in The Filipino Express Online, January 2005
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FANHS-HR participates in FIND Conference at the College of William & Mary, March 2005
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YFP donates $1,000 to FANHS-HR, January 2005
On behalf of the Young Filipino Professionals of Hampton Roads, Chairman Lyndon Remias presented a check for $1,000 to FANHS-HR during the January YFP meeting at Kanpai Sushi in Virginia Beach. Ferdie Tolentino, FANHS-HR president, happily accepted the donation on the organizationŐs behalf.

"YFP is proud to support organizations like FANHS which has done so much for the Fil-Am community," Remias said.


FANHS-HR in The Banner, January 2005
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By Lydia Villanueva
Editor, The Banner, community newsletter of the Council of United Filipino Organizations of Tidewater (CUFOT)


FANHS-HR in The Beacon, November 2004
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In Our Uncles' Words - Join us in documenting area Filipinos' U.S. Navy experiences. Now seeking volunteers for writing, editing, transcribing, graphic design, book layout, marketing, fundraising, etc.
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In Our Aunties' Words - Learn about the immigration of Filipina aunties to Hampton Roads during the 1950s-70s. Own a piece of history in your library.
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