San Fernando holds cleanup drive during Pyestang Fernandino
As part of the celebration of this year’s Pyestang Fernandino, the San Fernando City government organized a cleanup activity a day before the elections on May 7.
Members of Siwala, the official LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) organization of the capital city, also took part in the activity organized by the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) and Gender and Development (GAD).
The event was called “Plogging Clean up Activity: Mulayi, Maglinis at Mamisali,” in partnership with SM City San Fernando Downtown under its “Trash to Cash Recycling Market” where participants may exchange recyclable wastes for cash.
“Ito po ang kauna-unahang plogging activity na idinaos sa Siyudad, na ang layunin ay pangalagaan ang ating kalikasan at the same time po ay mapalakas ang ating adbokasiya na may pera sa basura,” Cenro officer Marilen Malabanan said.
“Ito po ay tinawag na plogging dahil habang naglilinis po ay maaaring mag-jogging o mag-ehersisyo,” she added.
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