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Club 51 pays courtesy visit to Las Pinas mayor

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Club 51, a socio-civic group that aims to promote patriotism and social responsibility, recently paid a courtesy visit to City Mayor Mel Aguilar to discuss their plans for working with the local government in addressing the challenges brought about by the pandemic and in celebrating their 72nd anniversary.

During the meeting, the group's representatives expressed their desire to collaborate with the local government in implementing programs and activities that would promote the spirit of patriotism and social responsibility among the people of the city. They also discussed the challenges that the group has faced due to the pandemic and how they plan to continue their advocacy despite the limitations.

Mayor Aguilar expressed her appreciation for the group's efforts and assured them of the local government's support in their endeavors. She also shared her plans and initiatives for the city, including programs that promote social responsibility and patriotism. She emphasized the importance of working together in achieving common goals and objectives.


The meeting was an opportunity for the two groups to exchange ideas and discuss potential areas of collaboration. The group's representatives presented their proposals, including online campaigns, volunteer activities, and donation drives, which the local government welcomed and encouraged.

The courtesy visit was a testament to the city government's openness and willingness to work with different organizations in promoting the welfare and development of the city and its residents. It was also a demonstration of the group's commitment to its advocacy and its willingness to collaborate with the government and other stakeholders in achieving its goals.

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