Malabon students showcase creative box cars
As part of Mobility Week, students in Malabon City showcased their ingenuity and commitment to environmental sustainability in a Box Car Making Contest. The event not only celebrated their creativity but also underscored their support for sustainable urban transportation and environmental stewardship.
The contest drew enthusiastic participants, with Princess Jeriam T. Burgos, a Grade 8 student and Yes-O President from Imelda Integrated Secondary School, claiming the top prize. Her winning entry not only demonstrated her inventive skills but also conveyed a powerful message about the importance of mass transportation in combating pollution and climate change.
Princess Jeriam T. Burgos emphasized that initiatives like Mobility Week are pivotal in raising awareness and inspiring action. She believes that the youth can make a substantial difference in their community's environmental efforts.
Malabon's young generation has proven that they are more than willing to contribute to positive change. Their creativity, dedication, and passion for sustainability serve as a beacon of hope for the future, fostering a greener and more eco-friendly community for generations to come. This event is not just a competition but a testament to the power of youth in shaping a better world.
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