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MANAY DISTRIBUTES RELIEF GOODS Manay Gina, wife of Rep. Joe de Venecia, personally supervises the distribution of 53,000 bags of relief goods to their constituents in the 4th District of Pangasinan after the great flood last October 8. Photo shows Mrs. de Venecia distributing relief goods in Barangay Manguin, Dagupan City.


November 5, 2009 at 7:58 am Leave a comment

Panda turns over relief goods to Abono

By Virgilio Sar. Maganes

ROSALES – More than two weeks after the flood rendered many families homeless and destroyed crops and properties in 33 towns and two cities in the province, concerned groups are continuously pouring assistance to the victims in terms of relief goods.

The Dagupan Panda Volunteer Fire Brigade headed by Johnson Fernandez turned over 500 bags of assorted grocery items and 500 bags of 3-kilo rice to the Abono Party List on October 24..

“We have concentrated first in Dagupan City which is our base and have distributed more than 12,000 bags of relief goods to our city mates. After that, we decided to reach out to some other areas and in this case through the Abono,” Fernandez said.

November 5, 2009 at 7:53 am Leave a comment

Transco still owes Labrador P208-M

By Mortz C. Ortigoza

LABRADOR – It is a cat and mouse game for this town’s mayor as he tirelessly searches banks in Manila to look for deposits by the behemoth power provider Trans Corporation which he sued with garnishment.

Mayor Ernesto Acain said almost all banks in Manila have been sent Writ of Garnishments to collect the remaining P208 million principal and interest the power company still owes the town.

The town received P76 million garnishment in February 2009 and P25 million in June 2009.

November 5, 2009 at 7:52 am Leave a comment

De Venecias’ daily dental, medical missions now in San Fabian

After completing daily dental and medical missions in Mangaldan and Dagupan City, the three mobile clinics of couple Joe and Gina de Venecia proceeded to San Fabian to also serve the health needs of the people there, before going to San Jacinto, then to
Manaoag by the later part of the year.

The De Venecia couple are responding to the immediate needs of their constituents in the Fourth District of Pangasinan right after the flood which inundated their communities, including their homes.

Thousands of residents of Mangaldan and Dagupan, who cannot bear the high cost of medicines and hospitalization, were already served by the De Venecia missions.

November 5, 2009 at 7:51 am Leave a comment

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