Cops light up Christmas tree in camp
CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga - Officers of the Police Regional Office III (PRO-3) led Acting Director Chief Superintendent Joel Coronel recently lighted up the giant Christmas tree in Camp Olivas.
“The 34-foot tall Christmas tree is the PRO-3’s simple idea in the spirit of Christmas,” Coronel said.
Coronel said the Christmas tree is the PRO-3 leadership’s gesture of gratitude to the Almighty that the entire region is spared from the series of natural disasters that hit the country as well as being grateful that the men and women of PRO3 hurdled the obstacles that came their way, both in the workplace and personal lives.
“As we light our tree, we, at the same time reflect on the real meaning of Christmas which is to follow the examples of Christ who was born in a stable and grew up to become a leader with a servant’s heart who taught us a message as simple as it is powerful: that we should love God, and love our neighbour as ourselves,” Coronel said.
— Ric Sapnu
CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING. Chief Superintendent Joel Coronel, Police Regional Office-3 (PRO3) acting director, led the ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree in front of the PRO-3 building recently. With him were Chief Superintendent Leonardo Cesneros, Deputy Regional Director for Administration (3rd, L), Senior Superintendent Ronald Llanera, Deputy Regional Director for Operation (2nd,L) and Senior Superintendent Rhoderick Armamento, chief Directorial Staff.