Issue of March 10, 2019
     
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Contest mark Civil Registry Month
by Press release

The Philippine Statistics Authority-Cordillera held an on-the-spot poster-making and essay writing contests for junior and senior high school students last Feb. 26 and March 5 in Baguio City and Benguet as part of the effort to promote the importance of civil registration and vital statistics, encourage every citizen to register vital events, educate and enhance awareness and appreciation of the legal, administrative, and statistical values of civil registry documents especially among the youth.

The events were conducted in partnership with the Department of Education-Cordillera.

For the Benguet Schools Division, Belmar P. Sebiano of Tublay Schools of Home Industries-main won the first place in the poster making contest while the Sablan National High School represented by Israel B. Balian and the Benguet National High School represented by Myla D. Arca got the second and third places, respectively.

Nestor V. Politic, Jr. of the Cordillera Regional Science High School topped the essay writing contest. Sablan NHS represented by Juleanne Marie M. Awas, and Alejo M. Pacalso Memorial NHS represented by Hannah Lyn P. Yamoto ranked second and third, respectively.

For the Baguio Schools Division, Lance Dyke C. Barril representing Guisad Valley NHS won the first place in the poster making, followed by Ric Ryden S. Rolle and Angel V. Tamondong both from the Baguio City NHS.

Czember Lean Adchang of the Guisad Valley NHS garnered the first spot in the essay writing category, while Academia de Sophia International representative Aimeirene Yzabel B. Ines, and University of the Cordilleras’ Axa Gwen Dao-ilang came second and third, respectively.

The winners were awarded with certificates of recognition, cash prizes and tokens consisting of school supplies. The contests were part of the annual celebration of the Civil Registration Month every February pursuant to Presidential Proclamation 682, signed by then President Corazon Aquino on Jan. 28, 1991.


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