TULA WRITING AND POSTER MAKING HIGHLIGHT THE CELEBRATION
Tula and Poster Making Contest highlight the celebration of the 30th Founding Anniversary of Casiguran Water District. The contest, with the theme: Nature for Water officially started at 9:30 A.M. at CWD Corporate Center.
Nine contestants participated in the Tula Writing Contest, while 8 contestants slugged it out in the poster making contest. The contestants, visibly ready and enthusiastic, were all accompanied by their teacher-coach. The contestants were all Elementary Pupils from Escuala, San Juan, Casay and Inlagdian Elementary Schools.
With the theme: Nature for Water, contestants were made to express their views thru poetry and drawings. The outputs of the students were so vivid, that they are after all aware on the need to protect the environment, specially the watersheds.
The contest was part of the District’s true resolve to further intensify its Watershed Protection Program thru Educational Campaign. The said campaign started last month with classroom visits. Aided with modern visual machines, the campaign focused on the environmental protection with emphasis on watershed protection awareness. The commendable campaign was competently headed by Louie Ralph H. Rafer and Leandro Duque from Accounting Section.
Judges for Tula Writing were Engr. Eduardo P.Tejada, GM of CWD and Tula Writing Champion during his heyday in school; Angel Ayala, Public Information and Tourism officer of LGU-Casiguran, a journalist and writer; and Ralph Louie H. Rafer, Chief Accountant of CWD.
For the poster making contest, the judges were Cecilio E. Habalo Jr, CWD in-house artist; Ian Grefalda, a professional photographer and artist; Raymund Hagos, LGU draftsman.
The winners for Poster Making were the following;
|1st||RENZ LIDO||Escuala Elementary School||91.33%||Hipolito Escultura|
|2nd||Janella Dwayne Ramos||Inlagadian Elementary School||88.67%||Erwin Jayla|
|3rd||Rezille Ann Esperida||Casay Elementary School||86%||Larry Pedrosa|
The winners for Tula Writing Contest were the following;
|1st||MAUREEN CAMACHO||San Juan Elementary School||93.38%||Doris Real|
|2nd||Janelle Doroleat||San Juan Elementary School||93.22%||Doris Real|
|3rd||Abegail Din||Inlagadian Elementary School||92.65%||Kristine Ann de Jesus|