Beng gifts Southcom NHS with P3M building PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 January 2011 11:27

Pursuing her commitment to help make the children’s future a reality today, House Deputy Speaker Representative Beng Climaco Friday turned over a 2-storey 4 classroom building to the administration of the Southcom National High School in Calarian.

Funded through her Priority Development Assistance Fund, the school building is intended for the gifted students of the Southcom National High School. The building has a foldable wing that can convert the room into a social hall for mini-programs.

“I have always reiterated this to the constituents of District I--este de ustedes representante quiere gayot ase realidad el advocacia de ayuda kita dale buen futuro con el maga bata ahora”, the congresswoman said.

She stressed that the turn over of the school building for the use of the youth is one of the initiatives that can put the advocacy into a reality.

Witnessing the turn over of the school building Friday were Mayor Celso Lobregat, City Schools Division Supt. Dolores Alcantara, and the parents.

School principal Dr. Salihmatal Lagbas thanked the lady solon for the project saying it will be a big help for the growing population in the Southcom National High School.

He lauded Climaco for her sincere concern to the youth.

The congresswoman has vowed to strengthen assistance and support to the education sector this year as she reiterated her advocacy to undertake measures to help make the children’s future a reality today.

On the drawing board for this year is the construction of a multi-purpose covered court for Western Mindanao State University (WMSU) at a cost of P8 million. The project is intended for the use of both the elementary and college students.

Just the other day, the congresswoman also turned over a P2 million footbridge for barangay Zone 2.

“We will work harder this year to help alleviate the plight of our constituents not only in District I but the entire city as well”, the House Deputy Speaker added. -- Rham Joseph Cabasag