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Lazatin cites boy for saluting, respecting PH flag


ANGELES CITY – A boy who passed by the Rafael Lazatin Memorial Medical Center last November 12 and saluted when he heard the Philippine National Anthem being played was recognized by Mayor Carmelo ‘Pogi’ Lazatin Jr.

Upon posting the photo of Jomes Sugui in the City Information Office (CIO) page, the boy was identified as Prince Lucky Lozano, a grade 7 student of Angeles City National High School (ACNHS) and a Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP) member.

When Mayor Lazatin learned the patriotic act of Lozano, he – thru Executive Asst. IV Reina Manuel and CIO staff – invited the boy’s family to the Mayor’s Office on November 18.

“What he did was valuable, he is a role model to others. May this act be contagious and leave a mark to everyone who saw the post. Ang kabataan nga talaga ang pag-asa ng bayan,” he said.

The Mayor also gave cash assistance to the Lozano family. Lozano, 12, a resident of Barangay Sta. Trinidad, is the eldest among three children and a former student of Don Pepe Henson Memorial School.

Mayor Lazatin also commended his parents, Robert and Marissa Lozano, for raising a child who knows how to pay respect and show love to his country.

At the time of writing, the said post garnered 2,000 reactions, 116 comments, and 440 shares.


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