Mayor Bongat commends Project Oragon Team for bringing honor to Naga City
Naga City Mayor John Bongat has commended the Project Oragon Team of University of Nueva Caceres’ Junior High School (JHS) Department.
The said project won an award at the Asia Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) Corporate Social Responsibility Contest last January.
The Project Team Oragon zeroes in on livelihood, literacy and arts.
“City of Naga commends Project Oragon Team, a community extension project of the University of Nueva Caceres’ Junior High School (JHS) Department, that focuses on livelihood, literacy and the arts. Ranking first among the top 5 finalist in the Asia Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) Corporate Social Responsibility Contest held this January in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,” the City Government said
It added that the team not just brought home the award but also the “pride and recognition for their social welfare and development achievement.”
Meanwhile, Bongat recently hailed the Palarong Pambansa medalists from Naga City.
The Naga City athletes brought home a total of 9 medals: 1 gold, 3 silver and 5 bronze in the Palarong Pambansa 2019.
The medalists were:
Jearl Reylie O. Pineda- Gold medalist in Rope Apparatus, Silver medalist in Ball Apparatus and Bronze medalist in Individual All Around (IAA) event in gymnastics. (Camarines Sur National High School)
Queenie P. Chavez – Silver medalist in Ribbon Apparatus Event in gymnastics. (Naga Central School 1)
Alliah Nadine S. Agsao – Silver medalist in Rope Apparatus Event in gymnastics.(St. Joseph School)
Rochelle M. De Belen – Bronze medalist in Kyorugi (pin weight) event in taekwando. (University of Nueva Caceres)
Isabela Mae C. Cayetano – Bronze medalist in Kyorugi (open weight) Event in taekwando. (Naga College Foudation)
Ian Daryl Klaus L. Nielbock – Bronze medalist in 4×100 Freestyle Swimming Relay Event in swimming. (Ateneo de Naga University)
Rune Zeke P. Tan – Bronze medalist in 4×100 Freestyle Swimming Relay Event in swimming. (Philippine School of Tomorrow)