Chavit Graces Barangay Night of Lingayen 2020
LINGAYEN, Pangasinan– Then Governor and now Mayor Luis “Chavit” C. Singson of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur visited Lingayen, as he served as the guest of honor and speaker of the capital town’s Barangay Night on January 3, 2020.
In his speech, the guest speaker vowed to help in providing a large fan for the plaza auditorium and to expand the free wifi project in different barangays of the capital town.
As it can be recalled, Chavit, upon his election as the national president of the League of Municipalities in the Philippines (LMP), bared that one of his key projects is the establishment of free wifi in every municipality and the construction of service tower which will be the center of internet connection through his telco company.
Meanwhile, Chavit thanked his colleague Mayor Leopoldo N. Bataoil, who is also the LMP’s presidential spokesperson, for the invitation.
Together with Chavit were singer-actresses Pops Fernandez and Vina Morales who wowed the crowd with their performances.
Further, some punong barangays offered special presentations. This was followed by the awarding of plaques of recognition to all the 32 punong barangays, including those who are serving their third terms, by the local government unit (LGU) and Fiesta Committee.
Also in attendance during the event were second district Congressman Jumel Espino, Board Members Nestor “Nikiboy” Reyes and Von Mark Mendoza, Liga ng mga Barangay Provincial President Jose Peralta, and Mayors Riza Peralta and Ramil Ventanilla.
The Barangay Night is one of the component events of the celebration of the Lingayen Capital Town Fiesta 2020, along with Zarzuela (December 29, 2019), SK Night (December 30, 2019), Lingayen Limgas na Baley 2020 Pageant and Coronation Night (January 2), Pawil Lingayen (January 4), Senior Citizens’ Night (January 5), Educators’ Night (January 6), TODA Night (January 7), and Stakeholders’ Night (January 8).
The Lingayen Capital Town Fiesta 2020 is anchored on the theme, “Pagkakaisa para sa Makabagong Panimula at Pag-asa. Arangkada, Lingayen!” (MIO)