sis­ter­hood & star­dom

YES! (Philippines) - - Stargazing -

Con­grat­u­la­tory lunCh ori­en­tal PalaCe restau­rant to­mas mo­rato av­enue, que­zon City au­gust 22, 2017 Myr­tle Sarrosa has come a long way since her Pinoy Big

Brother days. She turned 22 last De­cem­ber, grad­u­ated cum laude from the Univer­sity of the Philip­pines Dil­i­man, took on a guest role in the KathNiel star­rer

La Luna San­gre, and got re­newed as the en­dorser of the Sis­ters san­i­tary nap­kin brand.

For th­ese rea­sons, Me­ga­soft, the par­ent com­pany of Sis­ters, or­ga­nized a con­grat­u­la­tory lunch for Myr­tle last Au­gust. The ac­com­plished star, who has been tour­ing pub­lic schools all over the coun­try to pro­mote men­strual hy­giene man­age­ment aware­ness, said that she was look­ing for­ward to con­tin­u­ing her work with Sis­ters. Myr­tle was joined on­stage by event host Jerry Te­lan (left) and Me­ga­soft vice-pres­i­dent for mar­ket­ing Aileen Choi-Go, whom the young ac­tress calls her “big sis.”

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