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Labatt addresses new Luzon group

15 April 2016

Labor Attache Jolly dela Torre administers
the oath dring the induction of Federation
of Luzon Active Groups officers at Stanley Town Hall.
Labor Attache Jalilo de la Torre came just in the nick of time to address members of 24 associations under the newly formed Federation of Luzon Active Groups (Flag) who gathered for a festival on Apr 10 at the Stanley Community Hall.
De la Torre came 20 minutes before the event was due to attend, after completing his duty in the overseas voting for the 2015 Philippine national election now underway at Bayanihan Centre in Kennedy Town.
The top labor official called on the group that patiently waited for his arrival to exercise their right to vote. He also informed them that applications for the overseas employment certificate (OEC) could already be made at two locations in United Centre and Worldwide House in Central.
He also administered the oath of office to the Flag’s new officers: Faye Guevarra, president; Dante Berido, vice president for operation; Glory Labador, vice president for program; Thess Palma, general secretary; Teresa Manangan, assistant secretary; Ofhel Berzuela, treasurer; Malaine Felix, assistant treasurer; Noel Collado, auditor; Gloria Petrola and Lester Esquilona, PRO; Jhing Alagao, Lucio Alejo and Jed dela Cruz, BOD; Imee Dulay, committee head for membership; Marites Mones, committee head for events; Jocelyn Corpuz and Marie Velarde, committee head for socio cultural; Edith Lachica for ethics committee; Arnold Cereno and Mylene Van Horen, advisers; Aldwin Cayosa-Mas, Butz Francisco, Dante Berido, Jalee Echenique, Rose Balila, founders.
The event was highlighted by several competitions. Abante Cagayanos took home the championship trophy in the vocal solo (by Liberty Rodrigo), folk dance and best in costume award. In the hip hop dance contest, Love Moves took first place, followed by Isabela Federation, which also received the best in costume trophy.
For the Mutya ng Luzon contest, the winner was Jennifer Ilarde of United Nueva Viscayanos, followed by Marie Suarez of Abaca was in second place, Carmelou Gundram, also of Abaca in third; Lenny dela Cruz of Luzonian Overseas Workers in 4th; and Emely Bautista of Tinikling Group of Migrantsin 5th place. The winners  will represent the group in the upcoming Philippine Alliance Tourism competition.
Cherilyn Anzangan of Unified Villaviciosa Association was crowned as Miss Flag 2016. – Marites Palma

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