Ubay media group members take oath before mayor

Officers and associates of the Ubay Municipal Tri-Media Communications Group took their oath of office before the local town head as administering officer during the flag raising ceremony last Monday.

In his inspirational message, Ubay Mayor Constan Reyes expressed gratitude and joy over the remarkable attendance of all government workers. He took turns in informing the audience of the giant infrastructure development and urged local technical agencies in coordinating with visiting national dignitaries to conduct ocular surveys.

He further encouraged the Tri-Media Communicators to put into limelight the numerous herculean developmental projects such as multi-million-peso transport terminal, Ubay domestic airport, the Modern State-of-the-Art slaughter, House andNational Dairy farms at Barangay Lomangog, among others.

To grace the occasion, municipal legislators, Isidore G. Besas and Maximo Boyles, Jr. stated their overwhelming support to Reyes on matters mandated for legislation. They thanked all local unit administrators and employees to keep up their good work and unity in dispensing basic service to the clients.

Among those who were inducted into office include: Municipal Administrator Edwin M. Reyes and Rolando B. Ibale, Executive Assistant of the Mayor, Advisers, respectively.

Other names were: Luciano L. Bentulan Jr.; Director, John Larry C. Evangelista, Executive Director; Gilda M. Juanillo, Secretary; and Teofila D. Cañeda, Assistant Secretary;

Januaria M. Llorente, June Homer B. Tabudlong, Gregorio Cano, Jr; and Mario Limocon, all of the print media associates;Florencio B. Flores Jr., Marino B.Diacor, RalphLagura and RicariasitoCuyno, all of the broadcast media associates.

Bayliss Kurt Z. Razo, Pinky H. Omamalin, Silverio L. Cutillas, Jr., Ido B. Concepcion, Roy Emmanuel S. Reyes, Hans ChristerAtup,represented the Technical Service Group.

The communication team has its regular monthly meeting every 1st Thursday of every month.

Januaria M. Llorente emceed the affair while Gilda Juanillo facilitated the oath taking documents.(JB Bentulan)



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