Cerritos, California – The Binmaley Catholic High School International (BCHS) will hold its 2nd Global Reunion on Aug. 17, Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Cerritos Park East Community Center’s Malibu Room.

The venue is located on 13234 E. 166th Street, Cerritos, between Shoemaker Ave. and Carmenita Blvd.

The motif is Hawaiian attire. Alumni members are enjoined to pre-pay their tickets at $45 per person. Dinner buffet will start at 7:30 p.m.

Binmaley is a first class fishing town along the central coastland of Pangasinan between    Dagupan City to the north and the capital town of Lingayen to the south. Binmaley known for its bangus (aqua culture) fishponds and furniture making industry has a population of 98,430. The town designated as the “yellow beach” is part of the landing operations of U.S. General Douglas MacArthur’s amphibious forces to liberate Luzon from Japanese occupation. During World War 11. Binmaley derived its name from Pangasinan dialect “nanmaliw ya baley”, meaning a territory that has been converted into a town.

For reservation, interested parties may contact Alberto Bautista at 909-224-2755; Bart Garcia @ 310-701-3762; Amy Fernandez-Anoc @ 714-797-2363; Norman Paz @ 949-228-0854or Thelma Lomibao-Ideo @ 909-714-0080. – DAN E. NINO