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Zambales seniors get own ‘tambayan’

SANTA CRUZ, Zambales—The Zambales provincial government inaugurated here on September 3 a building housing the office of the town’s Senior Citizens’ Federation, the latest project in a province-wide program to provide the elderly with a venue for their social and official activities.

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Minervina Dario-Singson: Inspiring kids and youth to appreciate music

THE woman who composed the music for Candon, Ilocos Sur’s town hymn and who continues to apply music to the Psalms for the regular Sunday Mass at Saint John de Sahagun Parish Church was once wrapped in music sheets, literally.

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You’re never too old to quit smoking

AS I was driving, I kept thinking about the woman. I kept thinking how wasteful it was for her to keep her vice. Not only does smoking cost too much—thanks to the government’s move to impose a higher “sin” tax—it also sucks the life out of you. With a stick of cigarette, one opens oneself to the risks of diminishing stamina, dry lips, bad breath, coughs and ultimately, lung complications.

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Kanlungan ni Maria rolls out mobile clinic for indigent elderly

KANLUNGAN ni Maria-Home for the Aged Inc. is set to roll out on September 23 a mobile clinic that seeks to bring free medicine, medical and dental services, and groceries to indigent elderly across the nation, the priest in charge of Kanlungan said in an exclusive interview on September 2.

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