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National Senior Citizens Week

The National Senior Citizens Week will kick off on Wednesday with a recollection at the St. Joseph Cathedral.

Activities were ironed out during the Tagbilaran City Federated Senior Citizens Association (FSCA) meeting at the Senior Citizens Model Center, K of C Drive, this city and finalized in a special meeting at the City DSWD Office led by Frederick Go, Federated Presidents, Board of Directors and Federated Officers.


Oct 1 (Wednesday) 8:30 a.m. - Recollection-St. Joseph Cathedral Speaker-Msgr. Margarito Gonzaga; 10:20-Holy Mass; 11:30-Home Sweet Home; Oct 2 (Thursday)-Visit to the Home for the Aged and Tree Planting and Beautification of their own places; Oct 3 (Friday)-Visit to Day Care Centers (Poblacion 2); Oct 4 (Saturday)-Chapter Activity (Party/ Picnic Tour) Dominguez Beach Resort; Oct 5 (Sunday)-Holy Mass and Movie with Family; Oct 6 (Monday)-Visit to Sick members; Oct 7 (Tuesday)-Culmination Program-Cogon Barangay Gym.

There will be a culmination program which includes welcome address of its president Frederick Go; literary musical presentation; parade of senior couples with their presidents, production number in old songs and dances, presentation of popular grandpas and grandmas, intermission numbers; honoring of popular grandfathers and grandmothers and many more.

The increase of chapter numbers, its development and success in all its activities and projects; quality of its meeting procedures; reports; active participation and closer camaraderie, unity, cooperation and immediate answer to every need of every member are indications of the success and development of every chapter and the federated association as a whole.

The group would like to thank its supporters especially to City Mayor Dan Neri Lim; Deputy Mayor Mario Uy; Botika sa katawhan, Dr. Teresita Villafuerte, City DSWD Officer; Mark Leo Monton, Chief GSO; Atty. Oscar Glovasa and Dr. Porticos.

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