RESCUE 117 QUEZON CHAPTER IS BLOOMING and BOOMING
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RESCUE 117 QUEZON CHAPTER IS BLOOMING and BOOMING

Quezon : Philippines | Oct 04, 2012 at 8:13 PM PDT
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IT'S AMAZING!!!

After one year of my brief respite from the tiresome work as Rescue 117 volunteer, I find it hard to believe what's going on with the Rescue 117 Main Chapter, to include Sariaya, Lucena, Tayabas, Dolores, and Pagbilao, Quezon.

The Rescue 117 in Quezon province has really developed into a full-grown civic organization backed-up by enormous new members and Chapter Officers - all dedicated to serve the masses without personal reservation.

As a proof of its unyielding dedication, Rescue 117 Quezon Chapter has produced several motorcycles and utility four-wheeled vehicles purposedly for emergency responses. These include two brand new ambulances heartily donated by two prominent figures in Sariaya, Quezon, namely; Barangay Captain Dimailig and Bgy. Captain Aris Ilao. MABUHAY and THANK YOU MGA KAPS.

On October 4, 2012, the blessings of all rescue vehicles and motorcycles were held at the St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Sariaya, Quezon, with the participation of all Quezon Chapter members. Free lunches and drinks were subsequently served at Captain Ilao's residence, attended by approximately 2,000 volunteers and their constituents.

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