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Muntinlupa LGU Hosts 23rd National Family Week Celebration

In celebration of the National Family Week

A throng of more than a thousand men, women and children trooped to The Tent in Filinvest to celebrate the 23rd National Family Week Celebration - half of which were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

National Family Week 2015

Families come together to celebrate the National Family Week kick-off in Muntinlupa City.

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Muntinlupa City whole-heartedly accepted the responsibility as host to the national event with support from the National Committee on the Filipino Family (NCFF) under the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

Four major activities spread for the entire month of September marked the celebration: September 5, Motorcade and Kick-off; September 11, Interfaith Family Festival; September 17, Fourth Annual Family Conference; and September 30, Closing Ceremony.

National Family Week in Pictures

National Family Week

National Family Week Standee

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National Family Week Interfaith Festival

Primary children of Las Pinas Stake rehearsing their song number at the backstage.

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National Family Week Interfaith Festival

The Primary children of Las Pinas Stake preparing to perform a song number.

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National Family Week Interfaith Festival

Leaders from different churches around the Philippines gathered together to celebrate the 23rd National Filipino Family Week.

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National Family Week Interfaith Festival

Primary children and leaders during the candle lighting ceremony.

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