Child Development Center opens in Villasis

July 1, 2016 at 7:07 pm Leave a comment


By Virgilio Sar. Maganes
VILLASIS- A National Child Development Center was opened last June 16 in this agricultural town to cater to the  education needs of children whose ages range from 0 to 4.4.
Costing P2.3 million and located at Barangay Zone I, Poblacion, the Center’s construction started on August 3, 2015 and was completed on November 10, 2015.
In turning over the Center to Marissa Villedo, a child development teacher, Mayor Libradita Go-Abrenica said the building was a show of commitment of her administration in providing  quality and early education of children of the town.
 “We are fortunate to have this Center where our children could start their learning activities. Early education today is very important particularly because we have to catch up with the fast and emerging technologies. Let’s start our children’s education at early ages for them to learn good values,” Abrenica said.
Villedo thanked Mayor Abrenica, the municipal officials and the Early Childhood Center for Development (ECCD) for the construction of the Center, which she said will be a conducive learning venue for children.
” I will give my best to teach the children as expected from me. Thank you Mayor Abrenica for the trust and opportunity you have given me to be a part of the town’s educational program for children,” Villedo said.
It will be recalled that Villedo completed her training on Early Childhood Teacher Education Program (ECTEP) on January 15-February 27, 2016 at the Mariano Marcos State University in Laoag City, which was sponsored by ECCD.
Gracing the opening of the Center are: Liga ng Barangay Federation President Romeo S. Abrenica, Councilor and Chair on Social Services Judith M. Morden, Councilor Nicholai Jan Louie Q. Sison, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer Lilibeth M. Abrenica and Arch. Mary Kristine A. Segovia, representing  Executive Director Teresita G. Inciong.

Asingan opens farm to market road
By Virgilio Sar. Maganes
ASINGAN- Mayor Heidee Ganigan-Chua led the municipal and barangay officials here on June 20 in the opening of the newly constructed farm to market road in Sitio Caoacan, Ariston East village.
Chua, who is known for her Chua Cares Program, said the project was undertaken under the “bottom up budgeting program” of the national government in which programs and projects in the villages are given utmost importance.
” The farm to market road will make it easier for the residents to deliver their farm produce to the nearest market. It also promotes easier mobility for the barangay people,” Mayor Chua said.
Village chief Rene Villanueva thanked the administration of Mayor Chua for making the project possible.
“We have been longing for so long for our road to  be concreted. Thanks to Mayor Chua and the municipal officials of the town for heeding our request,” he said.
 Aside from Villanueva and the village officials, Mayor Chua was joined by Municipal Engineer Rey Ramos Garcia.
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