SCENE CITY| JCI Durian City holds GM meeting and election

PLANNING ahead for the various endeavors the chamber has to achieve and accomplish in the months to come is one of the most important steps that the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Durian City had to do.

2018 BOARD of directors of JCI Durian City, Inc.

2018 BOARD of directors of JCI Durian City, Inc.

This was one of the reasons that JCI Durian City held its 9th general chapter meeting last Sept. 30, 2017 at the Ballantines Bar in F. Torres Street.

Members of the chapter, including the incumbent and presidents, along with the members of the board attended the meeting. Another reason for the assembly was to elect a new set of officers for year 2018.

L to R: OUTGOING president Chrisberrie Lorraine Crisostomo and incoming president Abegail “Skye” Bangoy Dionela

L to R: OUTGOING president Chrisberrie Lorraine Crisostomo and incoming president Abegail “Skye” Bangoy Dionela

Jann Amaga, the secretary general, made an update regarding the national convention to be held in Tagaytay City, while incumbent president, Chrisberrie Lorraine Crisostomo, reported about the happenings during the national elections at the area conference held in Pagadian.

After the reports, the election took place presided over by the commission on election board, led by its commissioners Judge Ronald Tolentino, past president Franco Lopez and past president Don Lanzar.

Abegail “Skye” Bangoy Dionela from the Office of the President-OSAP was elected president while Gian Suazo, John Darrel Rillo, Christine Suazo and Ponti Andrada were elected vice presidents for individual, community, business and internationalism respectively.

Orange Angulo was elected treasurer, while Ronelyn Llanos was voted as the auditor. Elected secretary general was Gladys Ayuste .

CHAPTER members of JCI Durian City, Inc.

CHAPTER members of JCI Durian City, Inc.

Incumbent president Lorraine Crisostomo will serve as the immediate past president of the new board of directors of JCI Durian City Inc. After the election, a kiss of peace or welcome gesture took place for the new set of officers. The usual fellowship followed after the meeting and election.

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