Mayor urges 15 youth leaders to work hard

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Monday, March 17, 2014

MAYOR Jed Patrick Mabilog has challenged graduating student leaders to work hard in bringing about the needed changes and reforms in their personal lives and in the government.

Mabilog addressed the 15 selected high school students under the Batang Lider program, which is a venue for youths with leadership potentials.

The program started in 2003, and it now has 15 students, five from the public schools, five from colleges and universities and five from private schools in the city.


The selected Batang Lider are Rickey John Baldoque of Jaro National High School, Salvador Besares Jr. of the Ramon Avanceña National High School, Kimberly Campo of the Fort San Pedro National High School, Celine Danielle Comenta of the Iloilo National High School-SSC, and Lourelie Grace Senato of the Bo. Obrero Natl High School.
Under the colleges and universities, the selected Batang Lider are Rose Jade Eugenie Delgado of Colegio de San Jose, Maecah Lou Delmo of the University of the Philippines High School, Iana Frances Gatpatan of Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, Paul Mackay Marfil of Hua Siong College of Iloilo, and Kleio Alfric Tobias of Central Philippien University.

From the private schools, the selected Batang Lider are Jill Lauren Chua of Sun Yat Sen High School of Iloilo, Marianne Robelle de la Cruz of Angelicum School, Edward Dominic Emilio of PAREF Westbridge School, Joao Artemio Lorenzo Pama of Ateneo de Iloilo, and Michael Joseph Teruel of Colegio de las Hijas de Jesus.

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