Colourful and symbolic artworks by students took center stage during the culmination of the Women’s Month Celebration last March 31, 2014 at the City Plaza as winners of the Poster-Making Competition were announced on this very day.

Ronald Badiola, a BS Information Technology major from Samar State University, placed first in the College Division and received a cash prize of 1,000 Pesos. Following in second place with a cash prize of 700 Pesos is BS Criminology Major Kenneth Francis Cartel while landing in the third place is Victor Bryan Coronel, a BS Information Technology Major from Samar College. He received a cash prize of 500 Pesos.

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the Waray-waray Youth Advocates coordination with the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines (FPOP), the City Government and the Samar State University.

Reimon Asis of Eastern Visayas Regional Science High School grabbed the first place for the Secondary Division along with the corresponding cash prize of 800 Pesos. He was followed in second place by Renan J. Dote of Guinsorongan National High School who received a cash prize of 500 Pesos and Eduardo Abawag, Jr. of Silanga National High School in third place, who received a cash prize of 300 Pesos.

In the Intermediate Division, which is open to 5th and 6th graders, Annamyr Labanda of Catbalogan II Central Elementary School was the first place winner while Marieta Giray of Catbalogan I SPED placed second. Mujaireen Lagazo of Lagundi Elementary School landed in the third place, to complete the winners’ circle in this division. The three placers received cash prizes worth 500 Pesos, 300 Pesos and 200 Pesos respectively.

Lanz Paul Lapura of Catbalogan I SPED received a cash prize of 400 Pesos after topping the competition in the Primary Division, which is open to all 1st to 4th graders. Placed behind him are Catbalogan III Central Elementary School’s Rhezandy Mae Pamplina in the second place with a cash prize of 300 Pesos and Jonea Tan from Samar College in third place who received a cash prize of 200 Pesos.

Lastly, topping the Kindergarten Division and receiving a cash prize of 300 Pesos was Mariel Antivo of San Andres Elementary School, followed by Erica Beth Binar of Catbalogan IV Central Elementary School in second place and Ejay Aspiro Badiola of Samar College in third place. They received a cash prize of 200 Pesos and 100 Pesos respectively.

The criteria used in determining the winners were Creativity, Relevance to the theme, Color Harmony, Uniqueness and Neatness. While the competitions were held on March 10, 2014, all of the works were exhibited at the City Plaza starting March 11 up to the day of the announcement of winners.

(Article by Ms. Lai Minh Mabulay, Office of the City Mayor; Photos by Michael Balan)

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