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Tupi joins So Cot’s 4th Recyclable Waste Fair PDF Print E-mail

The Municipality of Tupi, represented by Cebuano National High School and Bunao Elementary School, participated in the 4th Recyclable Waste Fair spearheaded by the Provincial Environment and Management Office (PEMO), November 28 at Gaisano Grand Mall, Koronadal City

Argelle Kay Fabion, a student of Cebuano NHS, topped the QUIZ BEE- high school level and declared as the Champion while in elementary category, Jane Mamato of Bunao ES failed to bring home the bacon

Another event in the said provincial wide fair was the first-ever RECYCLA-COSPLAY competition wherein John Norton Pesigan, also a representative of Cebuano NHS garnered the 3rd spot in high school level.

90% of the materials used and wear by the Cosplayers were made of recyclable materials.

Capping the event was the awarding of the winners for the 2014 Search for the Model Schools in the Implementation of Solid Waste.

Cebuano NHS, headed by Maria Fe Cantor, Principal II, placed 4th, winning the plaque and cash prize of P10, 000 and also recognized as the Most Improved Implementer winning another P5, 000 cash prize.

On the other hand, Bunao ES with its principal Adela Avila, ranked 5th with plaque and cash prize of P8, 000.

Present in the occasion were Provincial Governor Daisy Avance-Fuentes and Seigfred Flaviano, PEMO-OIC and other dignitaries.

 

 

 
Pacalda is the new municipal fire marshall PDF Print E-mail

Senior Inspector Noah C. Pacalda, 40 years old, is the new fire marshall of this municipality effective November 21 this year.

Pacalda, a graduate of Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) class 1999, was formally introduced to and warmly welcomed by the Local Government Unit of Tupi officials and employees during the Monday convocation in front of Municipal Hall, November 24.

After the flag ceremony, he paid a short courtesy call to Tupi Mayor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr., and then took time to visit each and every local and national office here.

“I will focus on improving our facilities, and I will intensify the implementation and conduct of our monthly and regular activities” said by Pacalda when asked if what he would intend to prioritize on his term.

“I am glad that Mayor Tamayo is always supportive to the Bureau of Fire Protection”, he added.

He replaced SF03 Hernando C. Mandapat, the Acting Fire Marshall in manning the Tupi station.

The turnover of command was made last November 21, Friday, headed by Regional Director Chief Superintendent Samuel R. Perez at Estares Resort, Lake Sebu.

In an interview, this native of Lucena City revealed that he was first assigned as Deputy Fire Marshall in General Santos City Station from 2000 to 2002; by year 2003 was installed at Samal City; and in 2004 assumed post at Koronadal City with the same position.

By year 2005 until 2007, he was designated as Municipal Fire Marshall in Surallah.

A year after he was designated as Provincial Fire Marshall in Sarangani Province.

Further, he has served Tampakan as fire chief for a year from 2009-2010 and prior to his present assignment here in Tupi, he was designated in Midsayap, North Cotabato for almost 3 years.

Pacalda is married to Dra. Stephanie Pacalda of Koronadal City and a father of two.

 
Tupi is SoCot’s most outstanding MADAC PDF Print E-mail

The Municipality of Tupi was hailed as this year’s best Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council (MADAC) in the Province of South Cotabato, besting ten other municipalities and lone city.

Tupi-MADAC personnel, led by Municipal Mayor Reynaldo S. Tamayo, Jr. personally received the trophy and cash prize amounting to Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50, 000) during the launching of Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week Celebration at Provincial Capitol ground last Monday, November 17.

It may be recalled that Tupi MADAC brought home the bacon consecutively in the years 2011 and 2012, and merely landed second last year.

This year was the 3rd time that Tupi MADAC snatched the first place in the annual Search for Most Outstanding MADAC.

On the other hand, Barangay Polonuling placed second in barangay level, receiving a cash prize of Fifteen Thousand Pesos (P15, 000).

Municipal and barangay councils in the province were judged according to Organization/Reorganization of ADAC (20%), Activities Conducted (60%); and Administrative Records-on file (20%) constituting the period of October 2013-September 2014.

 

 

 
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