Padagos ang pagtabang asin pagsurog kan Ako Bicol Partylist sa mga maurag na Bicolanong Juvenes na pursigido na maabot ang saindang pangiturugan, para sa saindang sadiri, pamilya asin banwa!
Who among the 20 Finalists deserve to be adjudged as the Ten Outstanding Students of Bicol 2018- People’s Choice Awardee?
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Pointing system: a. React – 1 point b. Comment – 3 points c. Share – 5 points
Voting period: March 5, 2018 at 5 PM – March 13, 2018 at 12 MN.
Winner shall receive Php 5,000 and a special Plaque.
Congratulations to the TEN Outstanding Student of Bicol 2018!
Ace John F. Tabuzo from Catanduanes State University!
Jessa C. Brioso from Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges!
Joan I. Redota from University of Nueva Caceres!
Eric P. Mirabueno from Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges!
Mika H. Ramos from Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation – Canaman Campus!
Mark Adrian A. Henera from Divine Word College of Legazpi!
Arnel A. Turiano from University of Saint Anthony!
Aira Mae P. Diocariza from Ligao Community College!
Gene Harvey R. Amoroso from Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges!
Bob Vincent T. Gonzales from University of Saint Anthony!
Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Rodel M. Batocabe, together with fellow Ako Bicol Representatives and Senators Nancy Binay, JV Ejercito, Joel Villanueva, Sonny Angara, and Migz Zubiri, led the relief packs and survival kits distribution at Gabawan Elementary School, for the victims from Brgy. Mi-isi, Daraga, following the continued unrest of Mayon Volcano.
In response to the intensifying activities of Mayon Volcano, Ako Bicol Party List, in partnership with Senators Nancy Binay, JV Ejercito, Sonny Angara, Joel Villanueva, and Migz Zubiri, led another relief effort for the victims from Brgy. Mabinit, Legazpi City, sheltered temporarily at Bitano Elementary School, by providing them with essential survival kits.
Ako Bicol Party List, together with Senators Nancy Binay, JV Ejercito, Joel Villanueva, Sonny Angara, and Migz Zubiri, facilitated another relief drive at Albay Central School, Legazpi City, distributing food and hygiene packs to hundreds of families who were displaced following the continued rumbling of Mayon Volcano.
AKO BICOL Partylist, together with Senators Sherwin Gatchalian, Joel Villanueva, Sonny Angara Nancy Binay, JV Ejercito, and Senator Migz Zubiri, will appear at Legazpi City and Daraga, Albay on March 1 to distribute relief to 1, 634 families and 6,120 people displaced by the continuous eruption of Mayon.
With the generous support from Senator Jinggoy Estrada, and the philanthrophic efforts of Businessman Elizaldy S. Co, Deputy Minority Leader and Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. led another relief drive at Cabangan Elementary School, which houses hundreds of families from Buyoan, Legazpi City, who were displaced due to Mayon Volcano’s intensifying activities.
True to its commitment of providing continued disaster response, Ako Bicol Party List Reps. Rodel M. Batocabe and Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. together with the sizable donations of Mr. Elizaldy S. Co and Senator Jinggoy Estrada, handed out relief packs to victims, temporarily sheltered at Bañadero Resettlement in Daraga, following the recurring activities of Mayon Volcano.
Ako Bicol Reps. Rodel M. Batocabe and Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. personally met the twenty finalists today from various universities and colleges in Bicol Region convened for the press conference and final interview of this year’s Search for the Ten Outstanding Students of Bicol (TOSB).
The panel of judges and members of the media asked their individual questions that tested the finalists’ grasp on social issues and ability to respond with grace under pressure.
Ako Bicol Party List Reps. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. and Rodel M. Batocabe graced the orientation program for the new batch of beneficiaries of the Government Internship Program (GIP). In partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the program seeks to involve the out-of-school youth and the underprivileged, and make use of their abilities and skills in the bureaucracy as an alternative intervention to the lack of employment opportunities in the region.