Pagdiriwang ng ikatlong anibersaryo ng RAM Guardians tatampukan ng pagbibigay ng mga libreng serbisyo

  • March 14, 2017
  • Francisco B. Tumalad Jr.

LUNGSOD NG SORSOGON, Mar. 9 (PIA) - Sa pagdiriwang ng ikatlong taong pagkatatag ng  grupong Rebolusyunaryong Alyansang Makabansa Guardians Incorporated (RGI) sa Sorsogon ay magsasagawa ng isang araw at libreng medical, dental at optical  services para sa sa publiko.

 

Ang RAM Guardians na itinatag noong Marso 19, 2014 sa ilalim ng pamumuno ng founder na si Rafael “GMF OLYMPIC" M. Dreu ay binubuo ng 10 chapters at 500 aktibong mga miyembro na nakabase sa buong lalawigan ng Sorsogon.

 

Ayon kay Dreu, upang maging makabuluhan ang kanilang okasyon ay napagkasunduan ng kanilang mga opisyal na magsagawa na lamang ng misyong medikal sa darating na Abril 02, 2017 na gaganapin sa Basia Auditorium, Distrito ng Bacon Lungsod ng Sorsogon.

 

Kasabay ding ilulunsad ang Anti rabies Campaign upang mabigyang kaalaman ang publiko kaugnay sa tamanag pag-aalaga at pagiging responsableng dog owner.

 

Target din ng grupong imbitahan ang 10 barangay sa nasabing lugar upang maging benipisyaryo at makinabang sa libreng check up,  bunot ng ngipen at pagpapatingin sa mata at mamahagi rin sila ng libreng salamin sa mga matatanda.

 

Mamamahagi din ito libreng  school supplies  sa mga anak ng aktibong miyembro ng RGI Alakdan at maglalatag ng tolda upang buksan sa publiko ang pagtanggap ng mga aplikanteng nais mapabilang sa kanilang kapatiran. (MAL/FBT-PIA5/Sorsogon)

 


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