Divisoria school gets computer courtesy of JDC PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 October 2011 17:17

Maria Clara Lorenzo Lobregat National High School (MCLLNHS) in Barangay Divisoria yesterday received one complete computer from Zamboangueño philanthropist and LP-KKK Coalition City Chairman John David Atilano-Corpin also known as “JDC”.

In a simple ceremony, JDC turned over the brand new and top of the class desktop computer to the newly installed MCLLNHS Principal, Maria Theresa Borgonia-Miranda, with Divisoria Barangay officials led by its chairman Roberto Tubilag and MCLLNHS faculty and staff witnessing the event.

In her short message, Mrs. Miranda expressed elation over JDC’s support to the school which was renamed after the late city mayor Maria Clara L. Lobregat.
At present, the school has seven old desktop computers being used by more than 2,600 students.

According to JDC, another set of computer will be given to the school in the months to come and this will be realized through the help of his friends in Manila who have been supporting his humanitarian, civic and social program for Zamboangueños.

Before MCLLNHS, other depressed schools and even some barangay councils were recipients of JDC’s dignified program.

Because of his noble and laudable program, JDC was recently appointed as the LP-KKK coalition city chairman with the task to ensure that the “tuwid na daan” program of President Aquino is in place in Zamboanga.

In order to be very effective in his assigned task, JDC has been instructed by top officials of LP-KKK coalition in Manila to always coordinate with the Liberal Party city chairperson Congresswoman Maria Isabelle Climaco-Salazar especially in the organization of the party in the city to strengthen it so as to easily deliver the basic and social services to the people.

JDC made it clear that his program for the Zamboangueños, through the help of his benefactors who are mostly businessmen outside the city, started even before he was appointed as the city chairman of LP-KKK coalition led by Manila City Mayor Alfredo Lim and retired Justice Rodolfo Palattao. — Jimmy Villaflores