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Friday, August 06, 2010


“ A healthy diet will lead to healthy lifestyle,” is Mayor James Gordon, Jr.’s reminder to the attendees of Power Run sponsored by Subic Olongapo Cancer Foundation Inc.(SOCFI) spearheaded by Dr. Resty Acosta in cooperation with the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) in celebration of its 7th year Anniversary on July 31, 2010 at East Tapinac Oval track (ETOT) with the theme, Power Run: “Keep Your Heart Running.”

“I would like to congratulate Dr. Resty Acosta sa pag-organize ng event na ito at sa lahat ng participants. Makakatulong ito sa cancer foundation at sa mga cancer patient. Sa lahat ng parents and students na naririto, Congratulations!” Mayor Gordon said.

First lady Anne Gordon was also present in the event . “Gusto kong batiin ang lahat ng mga parents, students at lahat ng mga kabataang nag-participate sa event na ito and of course sa mga taong nasa likod ng programang ito na sina Dr. Resty Acosta presidente ng SOCFI, Dr. Jaime Jesus Rojo chairman ng SOCFI, at si Mr. Hubert Magrata ,General Secretary ng YMCA sa pagbuo ng programang ito na makakatulong sa SUBIC OLONGAPO CANCER FOUNDATION (SOCFI) na siya namang tinututukan at tinutulungan ng Olongapo City Medical Society at iba pang Civic-Minded organizations.” FL Anne Gordon said.

“Dapat nating tandaan na ang kalusugan ay napaka-importante,kaya naman importante din ang pag-eehersisyo gaya ng POWER RUN na ito. I hope sa mga susunod pang i-oorganize na power run ay magparticipate pa kayo”, she added.

The Subic-Olongapo Cancer Foundation, Inc. (SOCFI) is a non-stock and non-profit organization and the only cancer care organization serving the communities of Subic, Olongapo City, Zambales and Bataan.

The winners are the following:

5K Male division

Ist place John Leerans Chicano
2nd place Epoy Jurolan-
3rdplace Kevin Realon Kevin Realon-

5k Run: Female Division

Ist place Rinalyn Santos
2nd place Ma. Lovieza Fullecido
3rd place Rebecca Gallarretta


1st place Austin Morfe
2nd place Louie Eullecido.
3rdplace Jacky Jewel Jimenez


1st place Dana Mae Regala
2nd place Franchesca Fernandez
3rd place Joanna Jane De Mundo

Special awards:

Oldest Male Runner (65 yrs old) Mandadero Victorino
Oldest Female Runner (51 yrs old) Cabrera Elisa
Youngest Male Runner (5 yrs old) Jasper Espinoza
Youngest Female Runner (4 yrs old)Jessica Trevias

Some organizations who participated in the Power Run were:

• St. Joseph College
• Little Angel Study Center
• James L. Gordon Memorial Hospital
• Asinan Elem. School
• Heaven Scent
• Lyceum of Subic Bay
• Gordon College
• STI College
• Boy Scout
• Slimmer’s World
• Subic-Olongapo Center Foundation Inc. Members

Mayor James Gordon, Jr. and First Lady Anne Gordon pose with the 5K Male division POWER RUN winners . John Leerans Chicano (in red sando) Ist place, Epoy Jurolan (in green sando) 2nd place and Kevin Realon (in blue shirt) 3rd place. With the theme, Power Run: “Keep Your Heart Running” the event was sponsored by the Subic-Olongapo Cancer Foundation, Inc. (SOCFI) on July 31, 2010 at the East Tapinac Oval Track (ETOT).


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  • To SOCFI mgt. it's a good idea to open up memberships to medical graduates specially graduates from your local communities you're serving.....

    The same to YMCA mgt.encourage all high schools/college males to join the gig.....

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/07/2010 1:11 AM  

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