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Mayor Jeannie Celebrates PWeD Got Talent 2023 in Malabon

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The vibrant and inclusive spirit of Malabon reverberated through the Malabon Sports Center during the heartwarming showcase of talent at the PWeDeng-PWeDe: PWD Got Talent 2023 event. This joyous occasion provided a platform to witness the exceptional abilities of individuals with disabilities, celebrating their unique talents amidst an atmosphere of unity and appreciation.

Mayor Jeannie Sandoval, along with the enthusiastic audience, witnessed the awe-inspiring performances that illuminated the stage, highlighting the indomitable spirit and remarkable skills of the participating PWDs. The event aimed not only to showcase talents but also to honor the courage and resilience of individuals who continually defy limitations to pursue their passions.

The winners of the PWeDeng-PWeDe: PWD Got Talent 2023 were lauded for their extraordinary displays of skill and artistry. Emmanuel Bautista from Bgy. Panghulo emerged as the Champion, captivating the audience with an outstanding performance, securing a Php 10,000 prize. Angela Israel from Bgy. Tonsuya claimed the 1st Place, earning Php 5,000, while Meagan Blanco from Bgy. Tugatog secured the 2nd Place with a Php 3,000 prize.


Additionally, special awards were bestowed upon individuals with uniquely exceptional talents: Patricia Nual from Brgy. Tañong, Mary Rose Baloran from Brgy. Longos, Virgie Dugan from Brgy. Ibaba, and Janela Andrea Raquiza from Bgy. Bayan-Bayanan, acknowledging their distinctive abilities that shone brightly during the event.

Mayor Sandoval extended her heartfelt appreciation to all the PWDs who participated, recognizing their unwavering determination and applauding their contributions to making the event a resounding success. The event not only celebrated talents but also fostered an environment of inclusivity, honor, and mutual respect for the remarkable abilities of every individual.

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