FSGRI, Paco re­li­gious group, on brigada kick off

Sun.Star Baguio - - Speakout - Esie S. Cer­vantes

FSGRI ( Far South­ern Guild Re­source In­cor­po­ra­tion) and Paco re­li­gious group worked out a heavy task dur­ing the Brigada Kick off 2018 at Paco Elem. School.

Twenty em­ploy­ees of FSGRI who were headed by Engr. Roldan Mangi­wet brought with them haul­ing equip­ment and started their work as early as 6 a.m. just as soon as they came out from the In­cor­po­ra­tion van that brought them in the field.

The men hauled soil from the road­side and car­ried these in­side the school cam­pus to fill the newly con­structed con­crete plant boxes.

The women who were headed by Nimfa Calera and Lilia Bal­lula weeded the grasses and scraped dirty ob­jects from the ground.

“Our of­fice has no cash to give but work­ing men to serve” stressed Bal­lula dur­ing the said ac­tiv­ity.

The com­pany also served snacks on the said date.

It was in­deed an in­spir­ing one to view ed­u­cated peo­ple in work­ing at­tires who get out from their com­fort zones and ren­der man­ual ser­vices to the school.

On the other, hand Paco Assem­bly of God Church headed by Ptr. Bot­doy Sad-ayan, the Catholic Women League, Bethel Church, Je­ho­vah’s Wit­nesses and the barangay coun­cil, com­pleted the Brigada task on the sec­ond day mak­ing the school fully pre­pared to ac­com­mo­date the learn­ers of this school year 2018-2019.

The work­ers who were much in love with ser­vice did not give any sign of dis­com­fort de­spite the blaz­ing heat of the day be­cause they be­lieve that giv­ing vol­un­tary ser­vices is one way to wor­ship our God the only source of strength.

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