Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Philippine Medical and Humanitarian Outreach in Pangasinan, Zambales, Manila and Bacolod on March 16-23, 2010.

Philippine Medical and Humanitarian Outreach in Pangasinan, Zambales, Manila and Bacolod on March 16-23, 2010.

U.S. Navy Chaplain Biadog and Tony Cercena participated in the Medical and Humanitarian
Outreach in Pangasinan, Zambales, Manila and Bacolod on March 16-23, 2010. Sister Eva Maamo
and Malacanang Palace Inter-Faith Catholic Bishop Efraim Perez observed the feeding of the needy
children in Navotas, suburb of Manila. Over 600 were fed in 7 days.
(Photos by: Jayson Biadog, Danilo Biadog Jr., Cocoy Biadog)

















Well behave children line up as they take turn to be served
with fresh milk and peanut butter sandwich in Pangasinan.

Before the feeding of the children in Bacolod, brush fire was accidentally ignited by children playing behind the school
building. Tony and Chaplain helped put out the fire using their Navy training skill in fire fighting before the local Fire
Dept arrived to distinguish the fire. Feeding and books gift giving to the children continued later. What an exciting day.
















Philippine Navy Rear Admiral Vic Agdamag (right in khaki) joins U.S. Navy Chaplain Don Biadog and U.S.Navy
retired Senior Chief Tony Cercena after the medical and humanitarian outreach in NETC San Antonio, Zambales, P.I.
Over 100 needy Aeta children accompanied by their parents were served with fresh milk from the U.S. donated by
concerned Filipino-American members of the community in Newport led by Chaplain Biadog and Tony Cercena.

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