THE renewal of the application of the Psycho-Social Association of the Philippines (PSAP), Inc. for accreditation as a member of the city’s Local Special Bodies (LSB) pursuant to DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2016-97 and Article 64, Rule XIII of the Rules and Regulations Implementing the 1991 Local Government Code, was approved by the 18th City Council during the 79th regular session presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy.
PSAP, an organization, which adheres to the Philippine Constitution, falls under the sectoral classification of social services. It has a track record of three years in service and has an existing 35 members. PSAP’s beneficiaries include the street kids. The NGO also conducts stress debriefing for victims of disasters. Its scope covers the entire Philippines, The Power learned.
The re-accreditation of PSAP was endorsed by the committees on urban and rural poor during its meeting presided over by Councilor Romeo V. Calizo and on laws and rules chaired by Councilor Ian Mark Q. Nacaya. (EF)
Dads declareApril 30 to May 6 as Order of DeMolay Week in CdeO
THROUGH Resolution No. 12957-2018, the 18th City Council headed by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy declared the period April 30, 2018 to May 6, 2018 as Order of DeMolay Week in Cagayan de Oro.
This is on the occasion of the 15th DeMolay National Conclave and the 21st DeMolay Alumni National Congress to be hosted by the Wadih C. Saab Chapter Order of DeMolay-Cagayan de Oro on May 3 to 6, 2018.
Councilor George S. Goking, proponent of the resolution, said the declaration is in recognition of the valuable contributions of the Order of DeMolay-Cagayan de Oro to the growth and development of the city through outreach programs and other activities.
The resolution was endorsed by the committee on laws and rules chaired by Councilor Ian Mark Q. Nacaya.
Jerico Goldmar Pimentel Ebabacol, who was previously announced a day before by PaDayon Pilipino as their Association of Barangay Councils (ABC) bet, takes his oath as reelected Barangay 17 chairman before Mayor Oscar Moreno. CITY INFORMATION OFFICE