10,000 Trees In 100 Days [ Friday, 7th of June 2013 | 4 years ago ]
The event`s kick-off held in Brgy. San Felipe was participated in by Mayor Edwin Santiago, Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, Councilor Angie Hizon, Councilor BJ Lagman (Chairman of the Committee on Environment) ABC President Arnel Sicat, Brgy. Captain Elena Carreon and Mr. Angelo David, MSGC Urban Greening Council Chairman.
The overwhelming support of other Barangay Captains, City Hall department heads and employees, as well as the city police, students of AECMES and business sector (4Runner Services, Robinsons Dept. Store and Fieldmen) made the event a success.
The city government of San Fernando, Pampanga led by City Mayor Edwin D. Santiago, Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin and the City Council held the first of weekly tree planting activities on July 6, 2013 in support of the National Greening Program of President Benigno Aquino.
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