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All set for MPSPC walk for a cause
by Wynner Sayaan

BONTOC, Mountain Province – A walk for-a-cause will mark the founding anniversary of the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College.

The event is spearheaded by MPSPC president Dr. Rexton F. Chakas and the President’s Social Action Program for the benefit the Bontoc Green Police, garbage collectors, and a 12-year-old boy undergoing dialysis.

Chakas said they are all set for the annual walk for-a-cause on Nov. 10 at 6 a.m.

“We are conducting this year’s fund raising activity dubbed as “Walk for a cause – 52 @52” to help the Bontoc Green Police and the garbage collectors in recognition of their role in minimizing garbage problems in this capital town and to help save a child who is fighting for dear life – Ezekiel Kolnog, a 12-year-old, grade 8 student who was recently diagnosed with stage 5 renal failure,” Chakas said.

The PSAP started in 2014 and eventually became an annual fund raiser that coincides with the birthday of the college president.

“It was an ambitious idea, but with an extremely supportive family, friends, and community, the PSAP’s walk for-a-cause continued to draw participants each year,” he added.

The activity also aims to seek action from local government officials and the public in various environmental issues such as proper solid waste management/ disposal and protection of water and air.

To make the college president’s 52nd birthday more memorable, the registration fee for the event is P52.

It walk will start in front of the MPSPC and will end at the MPSPC Quadrangle with a short program and a full-hour zumba exercise.

Proceeds of the event will go directly to the beneficiaries.


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