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Province of Ilocos Sur

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Sports, Education, and Employment

Rescuers Compete in 1st Provincial Rescuelympics

Vigan City- Rescuers from the different Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMCs) and City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (CDRRMCs) competed in the first ever conducted Rescuelympics dubbed as 1st Governor Ryan Rescuelympics held at Quirino Stadium in Bantay, Ilocos Sur. The PDRRMC headed by Governor Ryan Singson came up with this activity in consonance with the Metro Wide Earthquake Drill in Manila to create awareness among the residents of Ilocos Sur and prepare them for any untoward event. It also served to test the skills of the rescuers and to provide them additional training. “We initiated the activity to equip the province in times of disaster. We need to train more rescuers in different municipalities especially to those disaster prone areas”, Governor Singson said. The group of contenders totalling to 400 were composed not only of regular members of MDRRMs and CDRRMCs but also citizens from different barangays.

PGIS Gives Out Salary for SPES

Vigan City- PGIS released around three hundred thousand pesos to eighty three students from different schools that rendered 30-day summer job under the Special Program for Emp loyment of Students. The SPES is an initiative of the Department of Labor and Employment help the tertiary, technical, vocational and out-of-school youth who are 15 to 25 years old can find work in their local city hall or in any of the participating private companies. Under the SPES, DOLE shoulders 40 percent of the salaries of beneficiaries, while their employers–government agencies, such as local government units, and private companies and other sponsor-institutions–pay the 60 percent. “The Provincial Government encourages more students to register under SPES during summer so that in a way, we can help them and assure them of money for their education”, Governor Ryan Singson said. Majority of the students rendered their 30-day service in the Provincial Capitol and in its different projects.

Bago Tribe Children Receive Free Study Kits

Suyo, Ilocos Sur-The Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur distributes free school supplies to Bago Tribe Children at the onset of school year. A total of three hundred pupils from grades 1 to 6 received customized notebooks, pens and pencils. This aims to help the parents in sending their children to school. The Bago Tribe School of Living Tradition and Cultural Heritage is a special class that preserves the culture and traditions of the Bago Tribe in Urzadan, Suyo, Ilocos Sur. The elementary students are taught with indigenous knowledge system and practices of the Bago Tribe, dialect and their ways of living from before death to after death. It is under the curriculum of the Department of Education but the school incorporated one subject for forty minutes a day which is the cultural values. Gov Ryan Luis Singson sees the need to develop schools like in Urzadan. This has a vital role in the preservation and promotion of culture and traditions of the indigenous people.

Ilocos Sur State of the Art Sports Complex Now Open to the Public

The provincial government of Ilocos Sur headed by Governor Ryan Singson formally inaugurates the Quirino Stadium located in this town Saturday afternoon. Msngr. Garry Formoso solemnizes the blessing of the newly built infrastructure witnessed by the provincial government officials, Department of Education Regional Director Dr. Alma Ruby Torio and other officials, Tourism Council headed by Mr. Eddie Quirino and representatives of different sectors. The project is a product of a dream of the provincial government long before Gov. Ryan Singson assumed office in 2013. The planning has started by bringing the ideas into reality. The stadium which was used to be an idle and bare place has little by little renovated. Different sports facilities are installed such as basketball courts, lawn tennis court, the rubberized race track, the artificial turf in the football field which measures 50 by 100 meters and the bleachers.

Ilocos Sur is Haven for Riders and Cyclists

Highways overlooking the West Philippine Sea, majestic mountain ranges and trails, urban road network with a fusion of the modern and historic past… for the thousands of motorcycle riders or the “big bike” and cyclists, the Ilocos Sur setting is a wonderful haven. On November 25, 2016 thousands of riders from the different parts of the Philippines came to the province of Ilocos Sur for the celebration of the 3rd Ilocos Sur invitational rides organized by former Congressman Ronald Singson with the cooperation of the Provincial Government headed by Governor Ryan Singson. One of the participants is Senator JV Ejercito who travelled from Manila to Ilocos Sur. “We travelled seven to eight hours to reach the province. It’s worth the travel after seeing the impressive scenes of Ilocos Sur”. Sen. Ejercito articulated.

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