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Outstanding CUA awardees, Quirino's best honored

Cabarroguis, Quirino (8 September) -- Twelve organizations who excelled on the province's Communities United in Action (CUA) program were honored and rewarded with cash incentives as well as to Quirino's Best or Barangay Governance Award.

During the opening and awarding ceremony held yesterday, Governor Junie E. Cua together with Department of Agriculture Regional Director Andrew Villacorta awarded plaques of recognition and cash rewards to both public and private organizations in an awarding ceremony held here last Monday.

The Panagdadapun's Committee on Recognition and Awards selected the twelve CUA Awardees including Quirino's Best (Barangay Governance Awards) with the assistance of the interior and local government department here who conducted the search.

The twelve CUA awardees are the following: Maddela Institute of Technology; Quirino Polytechnic College; Department of Trade and Industry-Quirino Field Office; Department of Agrarian Reform-Quirino Provincial Office; Provincial Nutrition Committee; Municipal Health Office-Diffun, Quirino; Philippine National Police-Quirino Provincial Office; Department of Public Works and Highways-Quirino Engieneering District Office; Municipality of Saguday; ABRASA Multi-Purpose Cooperative; Diffun, Saranay and Development Cooperative; and Quirino Public School Teachers Employees and Retirees Association.

The awardees were chosen based on their performance in helping the provincial government in its desire to serve the public and share their resources in contributing and steering development in the province.

Governor Cua also awarded plaques of Recognitions to Quirino's Best or the Barangay governance Award to the following individuals and organizations known for their overwhelming performance over the other barangays in the province.

For Punong Barangay category, Barangay Captain Armando B. Abando of Lusod, Aglipay Quirino was named Best Punogn Barangay followed by Bargy Captain Ronnie G. Daileg of Dibul, Saguday Quirino and Johnny M. Quema of Dipantan, Nagtipunan, Quirino.

For Sangguniang Barangay category, Barangay Lusod garnered first, barangay Aurora West of Diffun, second and barangay Salvacion in Saguday got third place.

Best Barangay Secretary is garnered by Mr Fernando S. Ortega of barangay San Antonio, Diffun, Quirino, followed by Ms. Edna C. Guttierez of Salvacion, Saguday, Quirino and Ms. Juliet C. Millare of Lusod, Maddela, Quirino.

For Barangay Treasurer category, Mr. Jojo F. Caoile is the best barangay treasurer of Magsaysay, Diffun, Quirino, Ms. Lilia D. Marquez od Dumabato Sur, Maddela, Quirino and Ms. Janderick Queen A. Caser of Dipantan, Nagtipunan, Quirino.

Governor Cua also awarded plaques of Recognition to individuals and groups who have shown sterling performance in implementing population and nutrition program as well as health programs in the province.

Population Program Officer Ms. Rona S. Colendrino is the province's Municipal Population Officer in the province and followed by Ms. Lorna S. Adel, Population Officer of Diffun, Quirino and Ms. Josefa A. Baccac, Population Officer of Nagtipunan, Quirino.

Best Municipal Responsible Parenting Movement Team was also awarded to the Local Government Unit of Diffun, Quirino then by LGU- Maddela and LGU- Nagtipunan as well.

In the field of Nutrition Program implementation, the municipality of Saguday is the best implementor and the best Barangay Nutrition Scholar is Ms. Leonida A. Bartido of Luttuad, Diffun, Quirino.

Awards for Most Outstanding Botika sa Barangay was awarded to barangay Cofcaville, Maddela with cash assistance of P30 thousand, followed by Botika ng Barangay of San Dionisio II of Nagtipunan with P20 thousand cash assistance and Botika ng Barangay of Diego Silang, Diffun with cash assistance of P10 thousand.

Most Outstanding Botika Aide is Ms. Nelida M. Declarador of Cofcaville, Maddela, 1st runner up is Ms. Venus S. Castillo of San Dionisio II in Nagtipunan, while the 2nd runner-up is Ms. Dolores E. Ramil of Diego Silang, Diffun. m. g. edale, jr. (PIA Isabela) [top]

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