Parents of children with disabilities warmly welcome Gov. David "Jayjay" C. Suarez at the groundbreaking for the new 2-storey Building at Malabanban Sur Elementary School at Candelaria, Quezon this February 20, 2013.
The three municipalities of Candelaria, Tiaong, and San Antonio, Quezon were visited by Governor David “Jayjay” C. Suarez who unveiled several projects within the said towns, this February 20, 2013.
At Candelaria, Quezon, Governor Suarez formally inaugurated a new school building for Malabanban Sur Elementary School, coinciding with the said school’s 50th founding anniversary.
Governor Suarez, along with 2nd District Board Member Romano Talaga, former Board Member Liza Alvarez, Principal Antonio de Guia, Jr., and PTA Federation President Helen Ilao, also led the groundbreaking ceremony for a two-story building for students with disability.
According to thegovernor, the Persons with Disability(PWD) building in the said school will be the first in the province. He said that the project is necessary in order to give attention the needs of PWD students and to provide them with an equal opportunity.
Gov. Suarez also reported that within the two years he was in office,the current administration was able to put up 167 classrooms and 55 computer laboratories in public schools throughout Quezon.
The staff and faculty, as well as the parents of the PWD students of Malabanan Sur Elemenary School expressed their gratitude towards the provincial government and Gov. Suarez.
In Tiaong, Quezon, Governor Suarez attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for a new, fully-furnished day care center at Brgy. Poblacion 2.The ceremony was attended by officials of the said barangay, led by Kapitan Rodrigo Doromal. Board Member Bong Talabong, former Mayor Leleng Umali, and former Mayor Barbara Ruby Talaga also supported the event.
The last stop was in San Antonio, where Governor Suarez gave Php 25,000.00 worth of Lingap Kalusugan sa Barangay health coupons to each of the town’s 20 barangas – garnering a total amount of P500,000.00.(Quezon PIO)