Fernandinas Paint The Town ‘purple’ [ Friday, 7th of March 2014 | 4 years ago ]
“I offer this walk to the Fernandinas. This is one way of showing my support to women’s rights. As the head of my family and the city as well, it is very important not to demean women’s capabilities,” said Mayor EdSa.
City Councilor and Committee Chairperson on Women Jacklyn Calimlim and City Councilor Angie Hizon also joined the group who walked which comprises women barangay leaders, private citizens, and city hall employees.
The march was followed by a short program at the Heroes Hall where free pampering services where offered to the women such as foot spa, haircut and massage.
With the theme “Fernandina, king tetagan at sikanan mu, sumulung ya ing Siyudad San Fernando,” a series of activities were lined-up which include a buntis summit, an inter-barangay zumba festival, inter-agency breastfeeding summit and many others. ---CSF-CIO
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