PLARIDEL, Bulacan–Thirty children in a village here received an early Christmas treat of foods, toys and other gifts from a civic-brotherhood group in the province on Tuesday.
Atty. Cristina Alcantara, Internal Affairs Services (IAS) head of the Bulacan Provincial Police Office and president of Bulacan Marilag Tanglaw Sandigan Lady Eagles Club led the gift-giving at the house of Rosalie Dela Cruz, one of the members in Barangay Sipat.
Parents of the children also attended the event and were also treated with foods.
Alcantara said the activity is just one of the very simple ways of their club in bringing Holiday cheers and smiles to the hearts and faces of some of the children in the community which is among the primary pronciple of Eagles Fraternal Brotherhood.
“We are very happy that through this very little effort that we shared doing, we again did another service to community and manifested our sisterhood relationship with each other which are the core principles of our organization,” she said.
It was the eight community service of the group since June this year following series of feeding programs in Pandi, Plaridel and City of Malolos, as partner group in an “Operation Tuli,” in Quezon City, visit and gift and food giving in a home for the aged and orphans and as a support team in Eagles national basketball game activity including a Zumba dance.
Alcantara said more community service will be conducted by Bulacan Marilag Tanglaw Sandigan Lady Eagle’s Club this coming 2023.