A groundbreaking ceremony on June 26 was held at barangay Margot in Angeles City for the construction of the Rotary District 3790 Center.
The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by members and officers of different Rotary Clubs of District 3790.
The center will house the future District 3790 permanent office, multi-purpose events center, and the already finished Rotary Health Unit. The Rotary Clock Tower will also be erected which will establish itself as a prominent landmark of the city.
Donated by Rotary Club’s past president Carlito “Lito” Soliman, the 2,000 sqm lot sits in the middle of his seven-hectare property which is located outside Deca Homes. Soliman will again serve as the president of the Rotary Club of Clarkfield for Rotary Year 2021-2022.
An affirmation of the resolution was passed during the RY 2017-2018 and during the Blended DISCON 2021 held at the Hilton Hotel Grand Ballroom in Clark on June 12. Another resolution was also passed to reiterate the District 3790 Project wherein its past and future governors together with present governor Jess Sama attended.
As the center is strategically located along the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway in between Clark South and Porac exit, a proposed Angeles Cuayan exit will soon be stationed for convenience in accessibility as most of the areas covered by the district are being served through NLEx and SCTEx.
En route to the Center, take Clark South exit via SCTEx passing by a 10-minute drive through Clark Freeport Zone to Clark Friendship gate exit and another 2-km distance to District 3790.