Thousands of residents of the 1st District of Davao del Norte swarmed the office compound of Congressman Anthony del Rosario in Tagum City to avail of the flurry of medical services on June 20, 2012.
Services in the outreach activity, which was held in line with the forthcoming birthday celebration of the representative on June 27, 2012, include free medical check-up, dental services, minor surgery, bloodletting, haircut, massage, eye care, and legal consultation, among others.
Pursuant to his P1 million per barangay project, the legislator also distributed the certificates of project allotment to the first ten barangays of Tagum City, for their respective priority projects in line with the P.E.O.P.L.E agenda of Governor Rodolfo P. del Rosario.
The lawmaker assured the request for special allotment release order of the remaining barangays of the city were already in the hands of the Committee on Appropriations in Congress.
Del Rosario also conferred the five full-time and five half-time scholarship grants to poor but deserving college students, including ten full-time and ten half-time scholarship grants for technical-vocational students.
The representative said he hopes to be able to complete his remaining two terms “if the Lord allows me to continue serving the people.”
“Dili ko mohawa sa serbisyo hangtud mahuman ang atoang mga damgo alang sa Distrito 1 (I won’t retire until I have fulfilled my aspirations for the district),” he assured.
Local officials who were present to extend warm greetings to Cong. del Rosario include Vice Governor Victorio Suaybaguio, Board Members Shirley Belen Aala, Atty. Joey Millan, Vicente Eliot and Antonio Lagunsad, as well as, Mayor Nestor Alcoran of New Corella and Mayor Rosebella Abelita-Nana of San Isidro.