Agabas leads groundbreaking for schoolbuilding

August 6, 2009 at 1:33 am Leave a comment

brickBy Virgilio Sar. Maganes

BALUNGAO — Vice Governor Marlyn Primicias-Agabas led the ground breaking ceremony of two-classroom school building at Balungao National High School here on July 28.

The school building was donated by the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce through Rosendo So, president of the Eastern Pangasinan Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

During a short program before the ground breaking, So told the audience composed of students and teachers that the project it was Agabas who requested and continuously followed up the funding of the said building.

“The Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce will always be of help in these kinds of endeavor as part of its commitment to uplift the educational condition in the province. In some areas, projects like these have always been in tie-up with the Abono Party List,” So said. He is also the chair of the Abono Party List.

Mayor Jose G. Peralta Jr. lauded the Filipino-Chinese association and the Abono Party List for their continuous support in the school building program in his town. He said Abono also gives support to other projects of his town.

“Let’s help them also because they have been extending assistance to our town,” Mayor Peralta said.

Senior Board Member Tyrone Agabas (6th District) considered the affair as a blessing for the people of Balungao and expressed his thanks to the Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Abono Party-list.

He said that without the two institutions there will be no project in the town and urged the school officials to secure and maintain the schoolrooms once they are completed.

In her message, Vice Governor Agabas expressed her elation over the construction of the two-school rooms. She thanked the Chamber and the Abono for responding to request.

“The last time I was here, there were only several rooms in this school compound. I am impressed that your school rooms have already increased to cater to your students’ needs,” she said.

She further said that the leadership of the town and the unity and cooperation of the school teachers have contributed in the development of the school.

“I hope that the Filipino-Chinese Chamber and the Abono Party List will continue to extend their generous help in the development of schools in the province. Thank you for your support. We need your unending assistance to this kind of endeavor,” she said.
Others present during the affair: Abono Party-list President Ponciano Onia, Jr., Rosales Vice Mayor Romeo Sim, businessman Danny Sim and school principal Josefina J. Damaso.

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