Loyalty P.I.P.O.L. Watch, Incorporated, also known as Kaisa Batasan (in union Batasan), 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, conducted its regular mass feeding program on August 21, 2016 (Sunday) at 9:00 AM along Kabihasnan Street in celebration of Mama’s Brigade first anniversary.
Mama’s Brigade, an arm of mothers for issues that concern the women’s sector, is an affiliate of Kaisa Batasan.
“Alagang ABAD, Kalusugan Mo ang Hangad” (Abad’s Care Aims for Your Health) is an every Sunday event for all associations under the umbrella of Kaisa Batasan. Two big pots of chicken-and-hotdog macaroni soup were shared by approximately 100 children and 300 adults. Loot bags of candies, biscuits and chocolates were distributed to the kids, while, puto and kutsinta (flavors of Filipino rice cakes) were available for the not-so-young ones.
It was an honor for Mama’s Brigade to be personally greeted by:
Captain John “Jojo” M. Abad;
Kagawad Luisito “Tata” Z. Ludovica;
Kgd. Roberto “Bobby” B. Miras;
Miss Charo Mangune (daughter and representative of Kgd. Charlie O. Mangune);
Barangay Secretary Edwin P. Misolas;
Mr. Wenky dela Rosa (president of Liga ng mga Purok Leaders (League of area Leaders));
Mr. Joel Dinglasan (president of Riders Integrated Movement of the Philippines (RIM Phils.);
Purok Leader Tess Nator; and,
Mr. Nelson L. Bautista (president of Kaisa Batasan).
Mrs. Aloha S. Gozon, president of Mama’s Brigade, was in deep gratitude to all the aforementioned guests, as well as to the CguradoNACO representatives, who graced the feast with their presence, namely:
Carla Bulaga; and,
Mrs. Marizen V. Misolas, Bgy. Sec. Misolas’ wife, served as master of ceremonies.
Photos taken by Bgy. Sec. Edwin Misolas,
Tess Nator and Joel Dinglasan