A total of 382 residents of Brgy. Col. Jose P. Elises in Gen. Mariano Alvarez benefited from the outreach event spearheaded by the Office of the Provincial Governor-Medical Mission Team and medical volunteers from the Provincial Health Office on March 28, 2017. Aside from the free health consultation and dental extraction, the provincial government also donated some medicines, vitamins and insect repellent lotion to the barangay headed by Captain Uldarico B. Lopez. (PICAD)
In order to reach out to the less fortunate Caviteños, the provincial government of Cavite led by Gov. Boying Remulla thru the Provincial Social Welfare Development Office (PSWDO) spearheaded the distribution of financial assistance to 2,437 constituents on March 25, 2017 at Trece Martires City National High School. In the first part of the program, 1,112 beneficiaries received medical assistance while 228 have been granted burial aid. In the afternoon, distribution of assistance to 1,097 children and youth in need of special social services were facilitated by the staff of the PSWDO and the Provincial Treasurer’s Office. Also present to support the event were PSP Chairman Alvin Mojica and PSWDO Head FelipaServañez. (PICAD)
Filipinos are known for their passion and love for music. In fact, numerous Filipino talents were bared and applauded in the international scene and local singing contests became a rounding gossip and mobbed with overwhelming attention. Because of this natural inclination to music, singing on videoke machines and karaoke systems during a gathering or even when you’re home alone became a trademark and is certified 100% Pinoy.
Singing is one of the primary activities during reunions, parties, fiestas, or a family’s close-in Saturday night because it seems everyone has their fair share of hugot songs and can easily jive along all-time favorite videoke songs. However, this clean fun activity is now considered a threat to community’s peace due to the noise it produces. Because of the complains related to the activity, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, through the efforts of Hon. Kerby J. Salazar, enacted Provincial Ordinance No. 166, cited as “The Noise Ordinance in the Province of Cavite”.