Welcome to the site dedicated to bringing Alumni of the Notre Dame schools of
General Santos City (Elementary, High School, and College) together in their new home in North America. We hold
reunions on the 3rd weekend of June (or thereabouts, depending on weather), every odd year for alumni from the following Notre Dame schools located in Gen. Santos:
Come look for photos of your friends at previous reunions or our group history.
See the 2015 Raffle Winners!
- Notre Dame of Dadiangas College (includes Elementary and High School)
- Notre Dame of Dadiangas College High School Department for Boys (new name for Notre Dame of Lagao and Notre Dame of Dadiangas High School for Boys which merged in 1981. Includes elementary department.)
- Notre Dame of Dadiangas for Girls (includes elementary department)
- Notre Dame of Lagao for Girls (includes elementary department)
- Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
© copyright 2001-2014, Prima Guipo Hower & Chris Gammon
NDGSCAAUSA is a non-profit 501(c)(7)* organization. Donations are not tax-deductible.
Most recent update: May 25, 2015
Prima & Chris sincerely thank everyone who helped put the ND website together: Eileen Gray Bacheller, NDD56, Edith Tubao Ferrer, NDD67, Arsenia Acharon
Bumgardner, NDD71, Magno Mateo III, NDDE, Ida Combatir Estrada, NDDC69, Rod Soto, NDD 68 and Heidi Villanueva, NDD 68, Fely Akol Pedrena, NDL67, Bing Ferrariz, NDL66,
Josie Ferrariz Tizon, NDL67, Minda Hingco Zamzam, NDL66, Lanie Zerrudo Gammon, Angel Boloico, Ben Fernandez for the logo, Bro. Bernard Curtin, FMS and Jong Ramirez (Canadian
newspaper clipping appeared in his book, Who's Who). Thanks also to Grace Lingao-Candaso for helping her uncle with the oddities of HTML.
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*The association is a social club organized under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(7).
"Social clubs are exempt from federal income tax under IRC 501(a) as organizations described in IRC 501(c)(7) if they are
'organized for pleasure, recreation, and other nonprofitable purposes. ' They were originally granted exemption from federal
income tax in the Revenue Act of 1916. Generally, social clubs are membership organizations primarily supported by dues,
fees, charges or other funds paid by their members." However, donations are not tax-deductible.
Source: C. SOCIAL CLUBS - IRC 501(C)(7) by Jim Langley and Conrad Rosenberg)