PAMASKONG HANDOG. Governor Joseph C. Cua draws out the raffle tickets during the 2017 Christmas Cheers at Virac Town Plaza on Dec. 30.
Mr. Jason P. Laroya, 25 years old, from Brgy.Bigaa, Virac now residing in Imperial Homes Subdivision San Isidro Village, Virac who won Rusi MP 100 Motorcycle in a raffle said that it will be of great help to his studies since he is currently studying Methods of Teaching in Catanduanes Colleges.
Moreover, as a member of a Baptist Church, they will also use the vehicle in their church service and missions.
“I just claimed to myself that the motorcycle will be mine,” Laroya said in an interview while recounting his experience in one of the happiest moments of his life.
“Ano, bale nakaupo kasi kami tapos naghihinta ylang kami. Marami kami, yung mga kasama ko. Hinintay talaga namin hanggang matapos kasi sayang naman kung aalis kami tapos mamaya baka matawag talaga” he answered when asked if what is on his mind during that time.
“Then yun talaga na tawag talaga kami. Ang saya saya nga namin eh,” he added.
He was thankful to God for giving him such blessing and to Governor Cua whom he thinks is doing well in serving the province.
“Siyempre una pasalamat muna ako sa Panginoon binigay niya sa akin yung motor, sa church,” he stated.
Meanwhile, Mr. Vicente R. Pia, 23 years old, from Brgy. Marilima, Virac who brought home the other grand prize, RUSI TC125, was thankful because it is also a great help for his family.
“Maogma ako ta syempre igwa man ako ning regalo sa new year ta swerte man baga. Salamat ki Governor pati sa pagiriba,” he said.
On the other hand, Governor Cua hopes that the two winners could utilize the prize to make their daily errands easier to do and be an instrument to better their living conditions.
Gov. Cua has put up two Rusi Motorcycle as top prizes in a raffle during the last staging of 2017 Christmas Cheers on Dec. 30 held at Virac Town Plaza.
It was part of the Pamaskong Handog by Governor Cua to his constituents and one way of expressing his gratitude after given another chance to serve Catandunganons.
Aside from the motorcycles, other top prizes were 7 cubic ft. Refrigerator, 20 inches flat screen TV, Twin Tub Washing Machine, Microwave Oven and lots of consolation prizes such as 100 sacks of 5 kilos of rice, 12 inches desk fans, 16 inches desk fans, flat irons, single and double burner gas stoves, oven toasters, rice cookers and grocery items.
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