Writing tilt recognizes role of youth in Ilocandia

SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union, Jan. 31 (PIA) — What is the youth’s contribution in the attainment of the City of San Fernando’s vision to become the prime capital city of llocandia?

This was the theme in the State of the City Address Essay-Writing Contest sponsored by the city government of San Fernando on the younger generation’s significant role in the city’s vision to become the prime capital city of Ilocandia by 2020.

Aldrin N. Soriano of the Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus garnered the first place in the college category.

In Soriano’s essay titled “City of San Fernando Unto the Next Level (Youth Empowerment towards becoming Ilocandia’s Prime Capital City), he cited that youth character transformation and youth involvement in environmental activities would do good in the city’s bid to become Ilocandia’s prime capital.

Angel Love B. Mendoza of Christ the King College, winner for high school category, focused on the youth’s active and powerful involvement in the different sectors of the community as the elements that would help propel the city’s vision.

Other winners in the college category are Angelica O. Estacio of Lorma Colleges, second place and Emmalyn L. Fabro of CICOSAT Colleges, third place.

For the high school level, Frenz Aiveree Flores of La Union National High School placed second while Gazelle Maegan A. Gallegos of La Union Bible Baptist placed third.

Winners in the essay-writing contest received cash prizes and certificates of recognition while non-winners received consolation cash prizes and certificates of participation(ANL/MHH-PIA 1 La Union with reports from William Jun Garcia)#

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