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You're probably thinking: "Tag-a-log... hmmm. This must be a new version of the playground standard, except everyone tries to avoid "It" while running with an armload of firewood logs."

I'd have to say, "Good guess." But you're wrong. Way wrong.

Tagalog ("tuh-GAH-lug") is the official language of the Philippines.

Now you may be thinking: "What does this have to do with JUBILEE?" Good question, and I assure you there is a point.

In fact, two members of JUBILEE, Curtis and Grace Romjue, will be traveling to the Philippines at the end of this month (along with their nearly two-year-old daughter, Harper) as part of a team representing Arts Aftercare.

Even more worthy of the Jubilog, all members of JUBILEE will be performing on Saturday, February 18 at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center as part of a Philippines Send-Off Party, and you are invited!

If you've ever wanted to learn more about Arts Aftercare, or wished you could join forces with us in some capacity, this is your night! Our volunteers will have some truly inspirational stories to share, and we'll give you the opportunity to get plugged in. Or you can just hang out, drink beer, and listen to music. (Plus, JUBILEE's own Steven Wilbur will represent with spoken word! Reason enough to attend.)

Here are the details for the night:

Philippines Send-Off Party!
hosted by Arts Aftercare

Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Avenue North
Seattle 98103

Musical performances:
Brent Egbert
Nick Bishop
JUBILEE (+ Steven Wilbur, spoken word)
Proto Evangelion

Stories from staff and volunteers.
Opportunities to join the team.

Saturday, February 18

Doors open at 6:30.
Appetizers, dessert, beer.
$5-10 suggested donation.

Looking forward to seeing you there, and...
Nagpapasalamat po ako sa inyong napakalaking tulong sa amin. (translate.google.com)