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09 August 2014

International Coastal Cleanup-Zambales launched in Subic Bay

OCEAN CONSERVATION: Stakeholders in the Subic Bay Freeport and Zambales sign a memorandum of agreement for the staging of the International Coastal Cleanup-Zambales (ICC-Z), a multi-sectoral volunteer effort scheduled on September 20. Those who pledged full support to the endeavor included (seated, left to right): Zambales Vice Governor Ramon Lacbain III; The Lighthouse Marina Resort owner Jesus Avecilla, Jr.; SBMA Senior Deputy Administrator for Regulatory Group Reuel John Kabigting; and Olongapo City Councilor Aquilino “Jong” Cortez. With them are, standing, left to right: Harbor Point Mall manager Argee Gomez; PCGA Commodore Gerry Reyes; Region 3 Tourism Director Ronnie Tiotuico; and ICC-Zambales coordinator Zedrik Avecilla. Around 30,000 participants from Zambales, Olongapo City and the Subic Bay Freeport Zone are expected to join the coastal clean-up drive.


COASTAL CLEANUP EXHIBIT: Stakeholders in the Subic Bay Freeport and Zambales cut the ceremonial ribbon to open an exhibit at the Harbor Point Mall, which is a preparatory event for the upcoming International Coastal Cleanup-Zambales (ICC-Z), a multi-sectoral volunteer effort scheduled on September 20. In photo are (left to right): Harbor Point Mall manager Argee Gomez; PCGA Commodore Gerry Reyes; Zambales Vice Governor Ramon Lacbain III; The Lighthouse Marina Resort owner Jesus Avecilla, Jr.; SBMA Senior Deputy Administrator for Regulatory Group Reuel John Kabigting; Olongapo City Councilor Aquilino “Jong” Cortez; Region 3 Tourism Director Ronnie Tiotuico; and ICC-Zambales coordinator Zedrik Avecilla.

Photos by Jun Dumaguing, MPD-SBMA

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