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Music Video: What can I do to help? (Those affected by Typhoon Sendong)

My musically-talented nephew (the second son of my late brother, Reuben Veloso Lardizabal), Daniel Lardizabal, is a band member of “Little School House” Band, based in Cagayan de Oro. Together with his band, Daniel produced this lovely, uplifting gift that ushers the future of 2012 into our lives!

We dedicate this to all of us Filipinos who have been deeply affected by Typhoon Sendong. Especially to the victims, survivors, and volunteers. This is also our small way of resounding the message of hope to our nation. Please share this with your friends, family, and colleagues and invite them to join our campaign against procrastination.

“What can I do to help?”

Click here: http://tabangsendong.xu.edu.ph/

Spread the word.

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Composed by Joey Castil.
Arranged and recorded by Little School House Feat. John Cinco and Bam Roa.
Produced by Daniel Krey and Bam Roa.
Recorded at Bammerstudio.

Click here to help: http://tabangsendong.xu.edu.ph/

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