Back-to-Back Feeding Sessions on Fathers’ Day

Posted on June 19, 2016 in Health and Sanitation, Projects by Batasan Hills Admin

Loyalty P.I.P.O.L. Watch, Incorporated fathered a total of 120 children on Fathers’ Day, June 19, 2016 (Sunday) from 8:00 to 10:30 AM during “Alagang ABAD, Kalusugan Mo ang Hangad” (Abad’s Care Aims for Your Health), the regular mass feeding program of the said association.

Loyalty P.I.P.O.L. Watch, Inc., also known as Kaisa Batasan (in union Batasan), is an organization registered at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) as an assembly of community leaders who perform social work and who solve community problems through collective involvement. Kaisa Batasan has long pledged their support to only two political officials – Batasan Hills’s Captain John “Jojo” M. Abad and 2nd District Councilor Ranulfo “Rannie” Z. Ludovica.

The first stop of the two-point session was along Digos Street where 40 kids enjoyed a big pot of chicken-and-hotdog macaroni soup and loot bags which were filled with chips, biscuits, lollipops and marshmallows.

Elijah Miguel “Kuya Jam” V. Misolas, president of the Loyalty Kidz, surprised the fathers who were present in the event, namely: Kagawad Ernesto “Ernie” S. Custodio; Kgd. Roberto “Bobby” B. Miras; Kaisa Batasan’s President Nelson L. Bautista; Kaisa Batasan’s Consultant Resty “Ka Resty” Lopez; and, Mr. Edwin P. Misolas, Barangay Secretary, Kaisa Batasan’s Consultant and Kuya Jam’s very own dad, with a stress ball each as a Fathers’ Day gift.

The Loyalty Kidz is a team of children, ages 14 years old and below, under the umbrella of Kaisa Batasan.

The aforementioned fathers were also greeted by Miss Charo Mangune, daughter and representative of Kgd. Charlie O. Mangune.

The second stop happened on Kasayahan Street where, through the coordination of Kaisa and Barangay Traffic Enforcers, Mr. Benjamin “Tiger 7” Camo and Mr. Reynaldo “Tiger 3” Camo, 80 boys and girls were fed another big pot of chicken-and-hotdog macaroni soup. Everyone was also handed a loot bag. Kgd. Filomena “Luming” V. de Guzman surprised the youngsters with a PhP 10.00 coin each.

Absolutely everyone – children and adults alike – were enjoined by Kaisa Batasan’s Secretary General Regina “Rhino” Tupay in singing and interpreting a modern nursery rhyme.


Written by Aphrodite

Photos taken by Susan Bobiles and staff of Kgd. Luming de Guzman