Monthly Archives: September 2014

Anti-rabies campaign covered six areas in September

In line with its thrust to control and eradicate rabies, the Lapu-Lapu City Government conducted a massive vaccination campaign in several barangays during the month of September. The goal is to vaccinate all dogs in the subject barangays as a way of making the city rabies-free by 2016. For September, the free vaccination campaign covered […]

Yearly coastal clean-up aims to preserve tourist spots

(The following is a speech delivered by Mayor Paz C. Radaza at the Liberty Shrine in Lapu-Lapu City during the International Coastal Clean-up Day on September 20, 2014.) Maayong pagpanglimpyo karong buntaga kanatong tanan! Karong buntaga nagtigom na usab kita para sa atong tinuig nga coastal clean-up. Nagkita napud kita ninyo ug balik tuig na […]

Babag high school picks new ecotourism cops

Selected students from the Babag National High School (BNHS) act as environment warriors, helping maintain, protect, and preserve the natural resources in their campus and village. Every year, the student body elects those who will become members of the School Ecotourism Police. For school year 2014-2015, these are Rhesty Puray, Thrisha Anito, Rhea Shene Laluna, […]

BNHS Ecotourism Police partners with local government on waste management

The Solid Waste Management Office (SWMO), together with the barangay officials of Babag, conducted an orientation on proper waste management to the School Ecotourism Police of Babag National High School last Wednesday, September 17, 2014. It was spearheaded by Mrs. Cleofe Solis, consultant of SWMO, who actively shared her experiences in keeping the city’s sanitation […]

Alay-Lakad gives hope to out-of-school youth

(The following is a speech delivered by Mayor Paz C. Radaza during the Alay-Lakad 2014 on September 14, 2014, 6:00 am, at the Lapu-Lapu City Hall grounds.) Theme: “Sa bawat hakbang, kinabukasan at kabuhayan para sa kabataan.” An American Novelist once said and I quote, ‘What is the use of living, if it be not […]