Solar Company Eyes Mabalacat For ExpansionRepresentatives of Daiyu Corporation, a Japanese solar company, trooped to the Mayor’s Office today, August 8, 2018, to pay a courtesy call to City Chief Executive Hon. Crisostomo Garbo. Mr. Randy Yamada and Mr. Fuminori Yoshida also told the city mayor that the company is eyeing Mabalacat City as location for their planned company extension…….
Young Mabalaquenos Receive Cash Forward PayoutNinety eight disadvantaged young Mabalaquenos, through the initiative of the Pag-asa Youth Association of the Philippines (PYAP), benefited from the CSWDO-MCG’s Cash Forward program yesterday, August 7, 2018 at Lot Only, Xevera, Mabalacat City. Each youngster received a total payout of P5360.00 each. Mabalacat City Mayor Hon. Crisostomo Garbo graced the event as Speaker and……
House of Honesty in Mawaque Resettlement High SchoolIn a world full of untruthfulness and falsifications, how often do we see an act of honesty? How can we promote it to the youth? These were just among the many questions which inspired the Mawaque Resettlement High School to put up its version of the famous Batanes’ Honesty Shop within their campus. Ms. Arlene……
Reformed Drug Users in Mabalacat City Receive Nego-Kart from CSWDOMABALACAT CITY – To further help the reformed drug users in the city in renewing their lives, the MCG-City Social Welfare and Development Office led by Josephine Tanglao, distributed Nego-Kart packages to 24 graduates of the MCG Reformation Center, earlier today, Aug. 03, 2018 at Xevera Lot Only, Tabun, Mabt. City. The said Nego-Karts were……
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