Group launches 'Nanay' coffee table book

PAMPANGA. Pampanga Vice Governor Lilia Pineda who recently celebrated her natal day received a birthday cake from female judges of the Regional Trial Court of San Fernando during Monday's visit to the vice-governor. (Chris Navarro)

CLARK FREEPORT -- The coffee table book "Nanay" was launched by the Nanay Foundation Incorporated over the weekend as a tribute to the Pineda matriarch, Vice Governor Lilia Pineda, on her 69th birthday.

Former Santa Rita Mayor Yolanda Pineda, her daughter-in-law, presented on stage the coffee table book made for the vice-governor.

The coffee table book was named "Nanay" as recognition to the motherly love Pineda has shown in serving Kapampangans throughout her political life.

The "Nanay" book was the brainchild of Yolanda, Governor Dennis Pineda's first lady, because she wanted to put into writing and immortalize the legacy her mother-in-law has had made in the province.

The narratives told in the book were based on actual accounts verified through thorough research and interviews with reputable people who worked closely with the vice-governor.

Features include Nanay's life story, her political journey, and her future plans for Pampanga.

It is hoped that the Nanay book gives people a glimpse of who the mother of the province is.

The coffee table book was created by the Nanay Foundation Incorporated, a corporate social responsibility arm aiming to administer Pineda's advocacy projects in Central Luzon and other parts of the country. (PR)


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