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Monday, October 18, 2021

Pangan: Dole's nego trailer

IN A MEMORANDUM BETWEEN Provincial Cooperative & Entrepreneurship Development Office (PCEDO) and PESO Mabalacat City dated July 13, 2016, Mamatitang Women's League represented by its president, Selegna E. Angeles, received a nego trailer which could enhance the Association's livelihood programs.

The members of Mamatitang Women's League are: Teresita M. delos Reyes, Ma. Cecilia A. Pineda, Madelyn M. Alvarado, Elvira C. Angeles, Analiza N. Manalang, Dulcisima I. Cunanan, Leonida B. Nalo, Evelyn L. Sanchez, Marissa M. Ignacio, Cynthia A. Bermillo, Alice N. Gomez, Esmyrna N. Balilo, Lourdes R. Angeles, Myra A. Medina and Jennylyn A. Lacson, while its officers are: Selegna E. Angeles, president; Teresita M. delos Reyes, vice president; Ma. Cecilia A. Pineda, secretary; Madelyn M. Alvarado, treasurer; Dulsicima I. Cunanan, auditor; Analiza N. Manalang,PRO 2; Elvira C. Angeles, PRO 1; Myra A. Medina, Business Manager 1; Esmyrna N. Balilo, Business Manager 2; Evelyn L. Sanchez, Sgt-at-arms 1; Leonida B. Nalo, Sgt-at-arms 2; Members of the Board: Cynthia A. Bermillo, Lourdes R. Angeles, Alice N. Gomez, Marissa M. Ignacio and Jennylyn A. Lacson, muse.

Aside from the nego trailer, the local government unit of Mabalacat will provide the seed capital to start up the beneficiaries' small business.

The nego trailer has the following components and materials: 2-door ref; rice cooker, ceiling fan; 2-burner gas stove with LPG cylinder; microwave oven; deep fryer, sandwich/oven toaster; huge umbrella, foldable table and chairs; kitchen utensils, measuring cups and spoons; strainer pot holder; plastic basin and spatula; wire whisks and frying pan; chopping board and knife; set cooking timer; weighing scale; casserole and can opener, laddle, turner and peeler; grater and plastic containers; serving trays and dressing; dispenser plastic, drinking glass and water and container.

In my previous column, I cited Dole's immense role in bridging the livelihood needs of the province's residents, especially the marginalized sector. Its Kabuhayan programs are active and well-patronized. It explores other ideas which could be translated into actual projects for the benefit of the residents.

Mamatitang Women's League, for its part, has conducted livelihood programs in coordination with PESO Mabalacat City like soap and candle making and is expanding to be able to handle bigger projects. Selegna Angele has steered the operations of the association very well, hence, the continued handling of PESO programs.

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Rotary Club of Mabalacat-Clark headed by Rowena G. Santos president, accompanied by Alexiss P. Lacanlale, Jerome L. Lacanlale and Antonio V. Dizon visited PESO Mabalacat City to announce its donation of 9 sewing machines to PESO Mabalacat City for its sewing training program for the city residents. Also, they announced that they conduct a feeding program once a week to the city residents. Previously, the Club donated school bags to remote areas especially the upland side-Calumpang, Marcos Village, Macapagal Village.


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