Wednesday, September 23, 2020

“Spook-Tacular” Time Awaits Families In “Ayos Ka Kid” Halloween Family Fair Year 3, “Sports U,” “Rated K,” And “Matanglawin” To Honor Three Young Role Models

“Spook-Tacular” Time Awaits Families In “Ayos Ka Kid” Halloween Family Fair Year 3, “Sports U,” “Rated K,” And “Matanglawin” To Honor Three Young Role Models


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A young national athlete who helps his parents, a music prodigy who excels in school, and an aspiring engineer who loves the environment, will get to meet and inspire other kids this Saturday (October 26) at the “Ayos Ka Kid” Halloween Family Fair Year 3 in Starmall Alabang.

Baseball player Christian Marantal, kid musician Carl “Sage” Araneta, and budding environmentalist Hilary “Rhed” Geocado will be sharing their stories in the event organized by ABS-CBN News to bring families together and promote positive values to children.

Exciting games, activities, free services, and prizes await the entire family in the Fair, as well as performances by Kapamilya artists led by the kids from popular kiddie show Team YeY! Children who will come in their best Halloween costumes will also take home special giveaways and will have their time to shine in the program to be hosted by Winnie Cordero from “Umagang Kay Ganda” and DJ Chinapaps from MOR 101.9.

Viewers first heard of Christian, Sage, and Rhea’s amazing feats and good deeds in the “Ayos Ka Kid” segment of “Sports U,” “Rated K,” and “Matanglawin,” respectively.

Ten-year-old Christian, who’s already making a name in Asia Pacific baseball, is determined to make most of the scholarship given to him as an athlete so he can support his family.

Sage, who plays seven different musical instruments, still gives priority to his studies even as he joins competitions to help his mother.

Inspired by her grandmother, Rhed joined the “Basura Kids,” a group that cleans the estero in their barangay to prevent dengue and make sure other kids will not grow up in a smelly and dangerous environment.

As a salute to their great skills and admirable traits that make them role models for their fellow children, ABS-CBN News ecosystem head Ces Orena-Drilon will be recognizing the three kids this weekend.

Meet Christian, Sage, and Rhed and bond with other families this Halloween this Saturday (October 25) at the “Ayos Ka Kid” Halloween Family Fair Year 3 in Starmall Alabang. Registration starts at 10 am. Use the hashtag #AyosKaKidHalloweenYear3 to share your fun pictures and experiences from the event. Catch more “Ayos Ka Kid” stories on“Sports U” every Thursday after “Bandila,” on “Matanglawin” every Sunday at 9:45 am, and on “Rated K” every Sunday at 6 pm on ABS-CBN. Watch online on iWant or

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