Tatak Metro 3rd

Medical Mission In Blumentritt, Murcia

The joint community outreach medical mission of the Betty Bantug Benitez Foundation (BBBF), the Leisure and Resorts World Corporation (LRWC), and the  District Office of Congressman Alfredo Benitez of the Third District continues this February in the municipality of Murcia.  Another volunteer group has joined the program – the St. John’s Institute (SJI) Alumni - Batch 1992.


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(right) Dr. Lenchen Abello, SJI Alumni 1992 and volunteer dentist . (left) Dr. Elaine Hollero, SJI Alumni 1992 and volunteer doctor.

Health Issues & Concerns Discussed at the Inter-Local Health Zone Meeting

Cong. Albee Benitez assured members of the North Central Inter-local Health Zone during the December 9, 2016 meeting that he will take up vital concerns on health issues with concerned agencies in the national level to expedite solutions. Present in the meeting were Victorias Mayor Francis Frederick Palanca, chairman of the North Central Inter-local Health Zone group, Silay Mayor Mark Golez, and EBM Mayor Marvin Malacon. Also present were Teresita Jalandoni Memorial Regional Hospital chief Dr. Girlie Pinongan, Talisay Health Officer Dr. Joy Gladys Guanzon, Silay Health Officer Dr. Sabino Damazo, EBM Health Officer Dr, Edmundo Janeo, Jr., Provincial Finance Consultant Roy Balicas, NOCHP Coordinator Mina Pellejo, and EBM Development Officer Erwin Poniado.



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Bamboos For 3rd District Tree Planting & Growing Program

Barangay 13, Victorias City

The Office of Third District Congressman Alfredo Benitez continues its district-wide tree planting growing activity in line with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources’ National Greening Program this November with the planting of bamboo seedlings.



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Last November 15, 2016 the District Office in cooperation with the Victorias City government led by Mayor Francis Frederick Palanca and volunteers from the public and private sector started planting to reach a total of 2,500 bamboo seedlings along the Malogo River in Barangay 13.

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