Fernandinas Plant Trees On Nicolasa Day [ Wednesday, 11th of September 2013 | 4 years ago ]
With the help of the Barangay Women’s Committee, volunteers have planted sampaloc, santol and duhat seedlings which are expected to bloom after one or two years.
With estimated 80 women volunteers, all barangays are well-represented during the morning tree-planting.
“Our women volunteers woke up early in the morning to participate in this activity. This is also a way of immortalizing the legacy of our local heroine by being active in civic activities,” Catacutan added.
Barangay Captain of Del Pilar, Bernardo Policarpio was present and also some of our police women who supported the said tree-planting activity. ---CSF-CIO
In commemoration of the birth anniversary of San Fernando’s local heroine, Nicolasa Dayrit, an “All Women Tree-Planting Activity” was held at Unisite Barangay Del Pilar which was organized by Gender and Development (GAD) Office.
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