The Binhi members gathered at the Mini Golf Course in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales, to participate in the activity. There, they spent time with each other and played Filipino traditional games including Patintero, Jack ‘n’ poy, Luksong baka, Tumbang preso, among others. They also played the Hilahang lubid or Tug of war and Mataya-taya.
“This is a good opportunity for youth members to play outdoor games. We got some exercise and also had the chance to strengthen our bond with one another,” exclaimed Ehno Mariano, the Binhi congregation president.
“We were happy to play outside with our fellow Binhi members,” said Jan Rich Abrigo, one of the participants. — With reports from INC News Section