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    December 6, 2018

    At 10:15 am, the Vice President was called on by Vice Mayor Genito Guardo of Cantilan, Surigao del Sur at the Quezon City Reception House (QCRH).

    At 1:00 pm, the Vice President was called on by the Boys and Girls’ Week Officials of the Department of Education (DepEd) Manila at the QCRH. The Boys and Girls’ Week is a youth program piloted by the City of Manila, which aims to hone the youth into responsible, productive, and proactive partakers in Philippine society. This year’s program had the theme “Kumikilos na Kabataan Maynila: Kabalikat sa Makakalikasang Pagsulong at Likas-kayang Pag-unlad”. The program featured various immersion activities in different government agencies and participated by ninety-six student leaders from different public and private secondary schools from the City of Manila.

    Posted in VP's Day on Dec 06, 2018