Las Pinas City Hall announces photo contest winners

Las Piñas City announced the winners in its first photography contest showcasing the city’s “Tuluy-Tuloy na Serbisyo” program, which grand prize won by a 25-year-old resident.

The winning photo captioned, “Tuluy-Tuloy ang Kalinisan”, with PhP20,000 prize was submitted by Caleb John K. Dicman, a web production officer of Manuela IV Subd., Pamplona 3, Las Piñas City.

1st prize winner Tuluy-tuloy ang Kalinisan Caleb John  Dicman2

The second prize winner of PhP15,000 went to “The Craftsman” entry of Mark Aiven H. Antang and the third top award with PhP10,000 was won by “Sagip-ilog Project” of Nonilon Reyes.

2nd prize winner The Craftsman Mark Aiven Antang

Fifteen other honorable mention entries were given PhP2,000 submitted by Benjamin B. Espique; Allan Jay A. Quesada; Apollo Marco C. Bautista; Edgardo R. Manuel; Jo Benson Vergara; Casimiro Obillo Jr.; Bryan C. Ocampo; Maricris Fabi Carlos; Lara L. Porras; Vincent A. Erispe; Adoracion F. Padua; and Aries Christopher V. Valdez, all residents of Las Piñas City.

3rd Prize winner Sagip-ilog Project Nonnie Reyes2

The winning photos were picked from among the 66 entries submitted, with themes highlighting Las Piñas’ best practices on good governance, education and health care services, environment protection, and livelihood and skills development.

Other entries also showcased the city’s urban renewal and infrastructure developments, and Las Piñas’ Historical Corridor. Also projected were the Sagip-Ilog Project and Water Lily Livelihood Program of Senator Cynthia Villar.

The competition was an open category for both amateur and professional photographers and enthusiasts who are legitimate residents of Las Piñas.

Initiated by the Media Affairs and Public Information Office (MAPIO), the photo contest is part of the activities for the celebration of Las Piñas City’s 109th year founding anniversary and 19th year of Cityhood on March 27. (END)

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