Mushroom Processing and Production and Other Processed Fish, Fruits and Vegetables are Agoo’s OTOP

The culture and character of Agoeños is closely linked to the sea and the land they toil. Agoo’s main sources of livelihood are fishing and farming being an agricultural and a coastal town of La Union. As such, fish and vegetables are its main products.


Thus, Resolution No. 09, series of 2008 approved Processed Fruits, Fish and Vegetables as the identified Agoo’s One, Town One Product (OTOP). Said resolution was revised by Resolution No. 93, series of 2011 declaring Mushroom Production and Processing and Other Processed Fish, Fruits and Vegetables as the Identified Agoo’s OTOP considering the nutritional and medicinal value of mushroom.

Read more...

 

313 new teachers take oath

by: Jean C. Boado

…”Kasihan nawa ako ng Diyos.”

Thus concluded the oath of office of some 313 newly-appointed teachers of the 2nd district of La Union during the Mass Oath-taking and Orientation of Newly-appointed Teachers this calendar year 2013 held on August 21 at the Agoo Civic Center.

Read more...

 

Agoo opens children’s art exhibit

by Joseph R. Sermonia

“Creative, amazing and wonderful!”

That’s how the art enthusiasts of Agoo, La Union describe the 38 creations/masterpieces of the young Agoeños during the opening of Children’s Art Painting Exhibit dubbed comprehensively as Ladawan Ti Kinasaririt last August 15, 2013, 1:30 PM at the ABC Hall, Municipal Building, Agoo, La Union.

The opening program was graced by La Union First Lady, Mrs. Geraldine R. Ortega and was participated by Mayor Sandra Y. Eriguel, M.D., municipal officials, Municipal Council for the Protection of Children, LGU department heads, barangay captains, school heads, educators, young artists and their parents and other stakeholders.

Read more...

 

Agoo bags Literacy Excellence Award

by Joseph Sermonia

Agoo has proven its worth as a Confucius Prize Awardee in the 2009 UNESCO International Prize for Literacy and as a National and Regional Hall of Famer in literacy promotion for emerging as winner in the Special Award of Excellence of the National Literacy Coordinating Council (NLCC) for sustaining its Literacy Programs Projects and Activities (PPA's).

The prestigious award was received by Mayor SANDRA Y. ERIGUEL, M.D. accompanied by Vice Mayor Henry B. Balbin, Sangguniang Bayan Members, Department Heads, School Heads, members of the academe and other stakeholders last September 4, 2013 at Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City during the National Literacy Conference.

Read more...