Thursday, September 06, 2012

La Carlota LDS All Set To Celebrate Family Week

The La Carlota District of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) is busy preparing for the yearly celebration of Family Week as mandated by law.

The branch presidents of different units like President Christopher Milendres of Ayungon, President Jousha Solquillo of San Enrique, President Johndill ParreƱo of Masville, President Carlo Rebelde of Manggapsang, President Noel Oliverio La Castellana, President Andres Samolde of Moises Padilla, President Jimboy Loreto of La Carlota First and President Rodolfo Banghaon of La Carlota Second are all-out supporting this family activities.

President Malacaman Presiding the meeting
President Mario Malacaman Presiding the meeting on Family Week preparation

President Mario A. Malacaman presided the recent meeting about this activity. His two counselor: President Zandiv Abonado ang President Rino Salvador M, Ilangga were also supporting this wholesome family affairs.

District Public Affairs Millado Giving Instructins
District Public Affairs coordinator Cristina Millado defining the roles of every branch president

District public affairs coordinator Sister Cristina Millado defined their respective responsibilities as per guidelines issued by the Church priesthood leaders.

This activity will formally commence on September 24 and will culminate on September 29, 2012.

The La Carlota District Leaders led by President Mario Malacaman
La Carlota District Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
led by President Mario A. Malacaman

Local dignitaries like the barangay captains, local government units led by La Carlota Mayor Juliet Marie Ferrer and Congressman Jeffrey P. Ferrer of 4th district are invited to grace the closing program which will be held in the morning of September 29.

Family Home Evening with "Kainang Pampamilya", blood letting are some of the main activities in this week-long family celebration.

This blogger is the district public affairs in-charged of media.

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