07-07-2017 Project #weshare at Pamalihi Elementary School, Pagatpat Cagayan de Oro City

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07-07-2017 Project #weshare at Pamalihi Elementary School, Pagatpat Cagayan de Oro City

Principal Isabelita Alugar of the Pamalihi Elementary School West 2, warmly received the RC CDO East ladies led by Pres Mags Cue who have come to launch its 120-day Cycle Feeding Program by turning over the 1st of 4 sacks of rice. A brief program was led by Rtn. Joana LLagas, we with a prayer led by PAG Arlyn Taclob Niere, followed by a briefing on the proper washing of hands to the tune of Happy Birthday sung twice, also in honor of two Celebrators: VP Linda Caragos & Treas Shirley Thomas Escano, Hygiene kits were given to each child before PVP Marivic Yamit Tabasan, a nurse, gave the briefing while PDS Bebotte Chu, also a nurse, PP Vicky Abogado, a medtech & Imee van der Born demonstrated the proper hand washing, after which a total of 160 lunch boxes (prepared by Pres Mags Cue’s Mesa) were shared with the pupils, teachers, some parents present & the East Urban ladies (who were served yummy young coconut salad & steamed bananas).


After the lunch break, distribution of reading materials and story books from Rtn. Ann Aquino,and reading sessions followed, led by birthday celebrator Lady/VP Linda Rosalinda Caragos to the Grade 1, 2, 3 students and Rtns. Rita Lim and Kanna Idulsa to the Kinder pupils (after distributing reading books to the pupils). Congratulations everyone especially PP Ophie Dela Cerna, Director of Community Service Projects who ably coordinated the whole activity with the help of RTN Rachel V. Polestico, Deputy Director, CU Research and Extension Office. (7 July 2017, Pamalihi Elementary School, West 2)
By: PAG Myra Villapaz Balandra


Photos Credits: Pres. Mags Cue; Sec. Imee van der Born; PP/Dir Ophelia Dela Cerna​

Club History

The club started with ladies who were not just acquaintances but close friends. They decided to give meaning to this closeness, thus the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro East Urban was born.