Breaking barriers. Officers and members of the Rotary Club of Cebu Port Center, the Antonio D. Ynoc Family Foundation (Antonio Ynoc, far left; Mark Ynoc, second from left), Barangay Tambongon Officials and DECS Officials during the High School Building Groundbreaking Ceremony and MOA Signing for the Tambongon Community High School, August 29, 2011.

 

 

3,000 mangroves and counting. For over three years now, the San Remigio Beach Club and Antonio D. Ynoc (far left) Family Foundation has been in support of the Rotary Club of Cebu Port Center in their mangrove-planting activity. With the help of Concept Placement Resources Inc., Municipality of San Remigio and DEPED Officials, the groups were able to plant over 3,000 mangroves.

 

 

One clean sweep. During the coastal clean-up project supported by the San Remigio Beach Club with the Antonio D. Ynoc (second from left) Family Foundation. The coastal clean-up was organized by the Rotary Club of Cebu Port Center in cooperation with Concept Placement Resources Inc., Municipality of San Remigio and volunteer doctors on August 28, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

San Remigio Beach Club and the Antonio D. Ynoc Family Foundation photo gallery by
PRworksPH team
PRworksPH team
A talent powerhouse headed by PRworks Chief Digital Officer Emmanuel Mongaya, former managing editor of Superbalita and former city editor of Sun.Star Cebu. Team members include Global Voices correspondent and blogger Karlo Mikhail Mongaya, our Online Community Manager Ynna Erika Bisnar, digital marketing consultant Borislav Tatarov, and former Sun.Star Publishing Inc. IT boss Sammy Sumaya.

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