40 Mabalaquenos now certified electronic repair technicians

MABALACAT CITY – At least 40 Mabalaquenos are now certified electronic repair technicians after recently having completed the technical vocational course.

The vocational course was offered by the Angeles City Clark Balibago Lions Club of District 301-D2 (ACCBLC) in coordination with the Serving our Underprivileged & Less Fortunate (SOUL) Group, Inc., and city government of Mabalacat through Mayor Marino Morales and the Multi-sectoral Alliance of Mabalacat.

Gerry Dayrit, head of the Multi-sectoral Alliance here said that on August 21, the ACCBLC conducted and funded a two-month repair training on basic home appliance such as cellular phones, laptops and computer joined by indigent individuals in this city

Morales lauded the civic welfare activities of the Lions Club.

“They (Lion’s Club) are instrumental in poverty alleviation as they continue to work for the betterment of the lives of our fellow Mabalaquenos,” Morales said.

Present during the commencement ceremony were SOUL Chairman Victor Cusi, Past District Governor (PDG) Imelda Flores, Lions Club President Tess Dungao, ACCBLC Acting President Claire Whitaker, Colonel Emmanuel Arrozal and PDG Sol Wilfredo Flores and Sol Flores.

The Lions Club of Pampanga Capitol, Pasig Capitol, San Ildefonso Bulacan, Quezon City Entrepreneur, Caloocan City Grace Park, Marikina City, Quezon City Kalayaan and Rizal Traders also supported the event.

Lions Club International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

Since 1917, Lions Clubs have made a strong commitment to community service throughout the world.
The Lions Club also provided the graduates with complete repair equipment for them to put up their own shop and earn for a living.

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