MALASIQUI —Some 671 pupils from kindergarten to grade six in four barangays here received free school supplies from the Malasiqui Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) last week.
MAC members identified the elementary schools of barangays Balite, Pamaranum, Potiocan and Taloyan as the recipients of the group’s first project this year, “Lapis at Ballpen ng Mag-aaral Alay ng Council Project”.
MAC is a multi-sectoral group that oversees the implementation of the Philippine National Police’s Patrol Plan 2030.
Kindergarten to grade three pupils received pads of paper, notebooks, pencil sharpeners, erasers and ballpens.
The pupils also received slippers from philanthropist Rakish Vassandani and snacks sponsored by Proud Pangasinense in Paris, Federation of Senior Citizens in Malasiqui and Botica Navarro.
Malasiqui MAC already participated in the recent fundraising activity of the Malasiqui Police Station for the construction of a two- storey police community precinct in Barangay Asin. (Hilda Austria)
- May 4, 2014BOY SCOUTS CAMPING
BOY SCOUTS CAMPING----Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. (center) flashes the number one sign with the officials and officers of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) led by BSP Sec. Gen. […]
- December 16, 2006Eye clinic for mentors set Dec. 21-22 in Sta. Barbara
STA.BARBARA — Some 1,000 reading glasses will be given free to public school teachers from Districts 1 and 2 here who will hold their general assembly and Christmas Party on December 21 […]
- September 25, 2016SEXY SILKA
SEXY SILKA -- The alluring contestants await the judges' decision during the swimsuit competition of Miss Silka Pangasinan at the CSI Atrium. Grand coronation will be on October 8, 2016 […]
- January 25, 2014Metrobank’s search for outstanding teachers onHAVE an excellent and dedicated teacher in mind?
Nominate them now for Metrobank Foundation’s (MBFI) 30th Search for Outstanding Teachers (SOT) this year.
The search, undertaken by […]
- April 10, 201715 drug personalities nabbedONE TIME-BIG TIME IN DAGUPAN
FIFTEEN drug pushers, most of them considered as “newly emerged drug personalities” were arrested in a three-day ‘One-Time, Big Time’ operations conducted […]