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Monday, October 06, 2008


The newly elected officers of the Olongapo Mahal Ko Foundation took their oath of office before Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr. on October 6, 2008 during the city employee’s flag-raising at the Rizal Triangle Multi-Purpose Center.

The Olongapo Mahal Ko Foundation was founded by Mayor Gordon and Zambales Vice Governor and Olongapo City First Lady Anne Marie Gordon. The foundation is already on its second year serving the city’s indigent families.

“Ang foundation ay tumutulong sa mga indigent na mamamayan ng Olongapo pagdating sa kanilang pangunahing mga pangangailangan. Layunin ng Olongapo Mahal Ko Foundation na mabigyan ng maayos na pamumuhay ang mga mamamayan at tulungan silang itaguyod ang kanilang mga pamilya,” said foundation Vice President Juliet Tarrayo.

“Isa sa mga prioridad ng foundation ay ang pagbibigay ng edukasyon sa mga mahihirap na mamayan ng lungsod kaya’t isinusulong namin ang scholarship para sa mga kabataan,” added Tarrayo. “Sa ngayon ay may one hundred forty three (143) kaming mga scholars na nag-aaral sa elementary at high school.”

Programs of the foundation include medical and hospital assistance, livelihood and other social services. The foundation is currently made-up of volunteers from the different barangays of the city.

The following are the officials of the Olongapo, Mahal Ko Foundation:

President- Felino A. Santos

Vice President- Juliet Tarrayo

Secretary- Florenda A. Magsuci
Treasurer- Rosalinda Eledia
Ofelia Bautista

Auditor- Lani Tangulig
Alicia Valenzuela

PRO- Jimeson Laborete
Ma. Susan Alvior
Romualdo Parel
Virginia Madarang
Alberto Silagpo

Business Manager- Estrellita Viray
Cleofe Villanueva
Frederick Chavaria

Sgt. At Arms- Neressa Sobreo
Gladys Rotas
Jean Morales
Sherwen Gregorio
Luzviminda Navarro

Meanwhile, Mayor Gordon continues to give social welfare assistance to persons with disabilities of the city and recently, during the flag-raising ceremony Mayor Gordon gave crutches to Maricel Ammay of Barangay Barretto and Generosa Bayona of Barangay Sta. Rita.

The newly elected officers of the Olongapo, Mahal Ko Foundation during their oathtaking ceremony before Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr. on October 6, 2008 held at the Rizal Triangle Multi-Purpose Center.

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