Rotary Club of Mariveles Ecozone and Rotaract Club of Mariveles Freeport have started on Saturday their weekly Community Pantry project.
Their first community pantry project was held in Samaria Heights, Mariveles in cooperation with Samaria Heights Homeowners Association led by its President Marie Madla.
“About 300 residents benefitted last Saturday in our community pantry”, said Municipal Councilor Susan Madla-Murillo. The lady councilor is also a member of Rotary Club of Mariveles.
She said they are planning to conduct the community pantry in different areas of Mariveles every Saturday.
Madla-Murillo said she and her colleague at the Sangguniang Bayan, Municipal Councilor and Rotary Club of Mariveles Ecozone President Angel Sunga pushed for the project knowing it will be a big help to their constituents in this time of pandemic.
She also said Rotaract Club of Mariveles Freeport President Richard Fulgar supports the project.
Officers and members of the two Rotary Clubs that include former mayor AJ Concepcion are donating to the project.
Other Mariveles Rotarians who are donating for the project are PAG Art Maximo, PAG Fidel Murillo, PE Shean Murillo, DRRE Fielson Murillo, Rtns. Boy and Emily Cruz, Rtn. Andrea Gutierrez, Rtn. Ronald Arcenal, PP Bill Bacosa, PP Noel Lagman and PP Ruben Tayco.
The Mariveles Rotary Clubs also thanked the support of Councilor Tito Catipon, Councilor Harry Golocan, Shirlina Querol and Family, honorary member Bobet Racelis, Yrmy Gonzalvo, Mrs. Agnes and Capt. Rey Domalaon, Kagawad Amor Santos and Aida Rubio-Santos, Amelia Jalos Mosqueten, and Romalaine Restaurant.
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