Chairman: Zucette Lumabas

Emcee and Performer: Debbie Nicastro




Cynty M. Chang
was born in City of Koronadal, South Cotabato Philippines. She and her family migrated to the US in 2013.Cynty is a freshman at Oceanside High School and a member of the OHS Show Choir that recently won First Place in Music in the Park competition held in El Dorado High School, Placentia, California. Cynty loves singing and dancing.




The FACO CULTURAL DANCE GROUP is composed of members and volunteers of the Filipino-American Cultural Organization (FACO). In pursuit of one of the association's missions in promoting the Philippine culture, the members and volunteers volunteered their time and talent to act as ambassadors of the association and help the organization raise funds for its projects like college scholarships, supporting public libraries, senior centers and fellow Filipinos who need help in the Philippines. They believe that through their dance, they can spread goodwill to the community and be instrumental to the good causes of this association.

The selected FACO Cultural Dancers will perform the Philippine folk dance "Salakot" interwoven with flare of zumba and modern dance. Salakot is the Filipino word for a wide-brimmed hat used by farmers and ladies to protect them from the heat of the sun. This time, it will be used with sexy and catchy moves to the delight of the audience.

Performers are (in alphabetical order): Enri Fulmore (chair), Belle Limoge (co-chair), and the two very talented and newest members of the Cultural Dance Group, Jennifer Tettleton and Janice Ureta-Sanchez.

Performance: SALAKOT Fusion - Music: "Love me Right" by the Swag Geeks & Brook Penning

Choreography: Belle Limoge

Enri Fulmore has been a Fil-Am member since 1992. She is the Chairman and co-choreographer for Fil-Am cultural dance group.
Enri is a cultural dancer from 4th grade to college. In her senior in high school, she was one of the dancers in "Kamandag" which was shown at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. She graduated with Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Accounting at Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP).



Belle Limoge is the secretary of the association and co-chair /choreographer of the Fil-Am cultural dance group. Dancing, singing and theatre arts will always be her passion. At a tender age of 8, she used to sing, dance and act on TV (Channel 7's Eskuwelahang Munti) and was always a part of school's musical program, competition and church choir. She graduated from the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman and has been one of the regular performers of the UP Mobile Theatre under the directorship of Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero, hailed as National Artist for Theatre. She used to perform cultural dances in the Philippines from elementary to her adult years, last one was when she went to Sweden as Philippine representative of Rotary International's Group Study Exchange Program. She loves to dance to stay vibrant and healthy, and is a zumba enthusiast.


Janice just recently moved to the US this April. She is the newest member of FACO Cultural Dance Group and just recently married. In the Philippines, she is very much involved in dancing, her passion. In fact, she was formerly the ANIC Cavite Dance coordinator, member of Manila Cultural Dance Group and BCC Ethnic Dance Group in Baguio. She fully equips herself with dance training through attending seminars in the Philippines like Redeem Dance Symposium in Manila and Kaloob Cultural Dance in Manila. She also attended dance schooling at STAIRS in Manila. She is willing to share her dance prowess and knowledge with the FIL-AM Cultural Dance Group.



JENNIFER TETTLETON joined the FIL-AM Cultural Dance Group this year. She is a registered nurse who has three (3) lovely children. She used to join school dance activities during her younger years. She is a former aerobics instructor and fitness trainor.





Naima Ghail Manialong
was born in
September 27, 2006 in Tarlac, Philippines.She is 7 years old and a 1st grader from Richland Elementary School in San Marcos. Naima loves singing ,drawing and dancing. Her favorite artist is Taylor Swift and she wants to be a singer someday.


Dacey "Mikayla" Nang is currently fifth grade student and has been consistently on the honor roll at St. Joseph's Academy in San Marcos. "Mikayla" lives in Carlsbad, CA with her family. Her father, Ron, is an air-traffic controller supervisor and her mother, Marie, owns and operates a Kumon Math and Reading Center in Carlsbad and Encinitas. Mikayla has an older sister "Monique" and a younger brother "Mateo". Mikayla loves to dance and sing. Her favorite sports are volleyball and soccer. Mikayla's favorite subject is math and reading. . She is taking voice lessons under Debbie Nicastro. Thank you so much Ms. Debbie!

SONG : "Bumitaw" Tagalog Version of Frozen's "Let it Go"

Jeanelle Serquina

Daughter of Nelson & Delia Serquina
She started singing when she was 4 years old.
Her achievements are:

- 1st runner up Little Miss Fil-Am 2009 & Best Talent winner
- Little Miss Fil-Am 2010 and Best Talent, Best Gown winner
- 2nd place winner for singing competition at San Diego County sponsored by Seafood City, National City. San Diego.
- She got accepted for auditioning singing competition at Las Vegas.
- 3rd grade honor student Guajome Primary Park Academy.

SONG: From a Moment Like This by Kelly Clarkson

Jackie Lazaga has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from St. Paul College of Manila. She is also a certified Medical Assistant. She works as Financial Technician. She is also a Divisional Timekeeper, Group Administrator for Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) Approving official for 4 (four) purchase cardholders. She received her fifteen-year service award as a Federal employee two years ago. She was nominated Junior Civilian of the quarter, 3rd Quarter CY 2012. She has always been interested in Fitness. She started participating in Zumba classes three years ago. She has been a certified Zumba instructor for Basic steps level 1 and Zumba Gold.


BELLE LIMOGE, a zumba enthusiast and dancer/choreographer of the FACO cultural dance group. She is also the current secretary of the association, FACO. Belle was born and raised in the Philippines. She graduated from the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman, Quezon City and has been involved in performing arts, especially theatre during her college days. She has her own import business here and a manufacturing firm in the Philippines. Her passion for dancing starts way back when she was a child as she performs in school and TV at times, and even now, at 50-something, her craze for dancing never wanes. Dancing, her happy pill, is her secret to feeling young and healthy. She also got her certification as a zumba instructor.

PERFORMANCE : ZUMBA - Music: Moves Like Jagger by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera

Choreography : Jackie Lazaga

WE GOT NEXT Group Performers

We Got Next
is a Mighty 4 Arts Foundation (501c3 NonProfit Cultural Arts Organization) program that provides Hip Hop Education for Youth Development. Their website is :

To engage youth of all backgrounds and cultivate individual potential through creative arts and education.

We Got Next believes in every child's creative potential to be the best they can be, regardless of his or her background. As a community-oriented organization, we aim to empower the youth by providing healthy, collaborative, and engaging learning environments in which their talents, creativity and character are fostered through arts education.

Our program is dedicated to teaching creative and visual arts, with a focus on dance, to youth between ages 5 and 18 (grades K-12). We provide various workshops, events, jams, and teaching opportunities with an ontological focus; not only do we teach "how" to do things, we also focus on "why".

Bgirl Pebbles
Age 11
Student in Hip Hop culture & started breakin' since 2011.
Currently reps Cypher City Kids.
Engages in community outreach with We Got next!

Kid Domo
Age 9
Student in Hip Hop culture & started breakin' since 2011. Currently reps Cypher City Kids.
Engages in community outreach with We Got Next!


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