City col­lege launches new brand

Sun.Star Pampanga - - TOPSTORIES! - BY NI­COLE RE­NEE DAVID Sun.Star Staff Re­porter

CI TY OF SAN FER­NANDO - The City Col­lege of San Fer­nando, Pam­panga (CCSFP) re­cently launched its new school brand called “Aslag ning Balen.”

The word “Aslag” means bright in Ka­pam­pan­gan, which sym­bol­izes the school’s con­tin­u­ous devel­op­ment and progress.

The City Gov­ern­ment of San Fer­nando opened the univer­sity to the pub­lic in 2009, to pro­vide free qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion to poor but de­serv­ing Fer­nandi­nos.

With that, CCSFP be­came the sec­ond home of Fer­nandino stu­dents, who are build­ing their dreams and achiev­ing goals in life.

Mayor Ed­win San­ti­ago, to­gether with Vice-Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, and CCSFP Co­or­di­na­tor Rachelle Yusi led the launch­ing of the school brand, which also rep­re­sents a brighter fu­ture for the school.

Dur­ing his speech, San­ti­ago con­nected the progress of the CCSFP to the “parul” or lanterns of the city.

San­ti­ago said that like the shin­ing and daz­zling lanterns, CCSFP serves as a “light” to ev­ery Fer­nandino who as­pires to have a bet­ter and brighter fu­ture. “The City Col­lege is the ‘Aslag ning Balen’in this city, be­cause this is where good qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion starts. It is like the lanterns here which rep­re­sent light and hope for ev­ery Fer­nandino, mak­ing them in­spired in mak­ing their own dreams come to re­al­ity. I know that there are lots of chil­dren who will get molded, be­cause some­day, they are the ones who will shine with their own ca­reers,”San­ti­ago fur­thered.

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