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Comval SP Member Uy, Clarion receive the regional “CSC Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award”

Compostela Valley Province–  Former Compostela Valley Governor and now a Senior Board Member of the 2nd District, Hon. Arturo T. Uy officially received the “Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award” of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) for his exemplary performance and public service delivery.

Uy is a Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) member of the provincial government of Comval who respectively passed the deliberation process conducted by the CSC Regional Office Screening Committee for being nominated in the 2018 Search for Outstanding Public Officials and Employees.

The former governor has been instrumental in bringing the Bayanihan spirit alive in Comval. The bayanihan practice in the province started from the Uswag GK houses by providing houses to the poorest of the poor. From then on, it spread to building of school classrooms through the “Kalinga sa Kabataan: Bayanihan sa Paaralan” program, to the reading program called the “Bayanihan para sa Karunungan,” among others.

Another of Comval’s pride is Ms. Janice B. Clarion, Youth Development Officer IV of the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO), who also passed the deliberation process of the CSC Committee and received the same award. As program coordinator of the Comval Scholarship Program (CVSP), the scholars are trained to be active stakeholders in the project of nation-building as they voluntarily engaged themselves in their own “Adopt a Mangrove Project”, Adopt a Scholar Project and the Adopt a Day Care Center which was hailed as one of the finalists of the Ten Outstanding Youth Organizations in the Philippines.

The province of Comval under Governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy join the celebration of the “118th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary” with the theme: “Lingkod Bayani: Maka-Diyos, Makatao, Makabayan”.

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