Zonta 1 celebrates 50 years

By PR |October 26,2018 - 10:55 PM

Zonta president Minnie Yuvienco inducted the new officers of Z Club of Benedicto College, a project of the Education Committee headed by past presidents, Zontians Rufina Tanchan and Matthea Baguia.
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The Zonta Club of Cebu celebrates 50 years of advocacy and service.

The club was founded in 1968 with charter president Dr. Zuga Yuvienco Sotto.

The Hall of Presidents who sustained the Capitol, Pink Center; Ermita Day Care Centers 1 and 2, Violence Against Women Referral Center; livelihood and educational projects like Adopt-A-School project in Gothong Elementary School, then the Tulay National High School; the then Golden Z Clubs at the University of San Jose -Recoletos, University of San Carlos and University of the Visayas and currently the Z Club of Benedicto College, the health projects among others, will be honored during a thanksgiving dinner on November 29, 2018, at the Cebu Country Club.

The Golden November opening salvo is on November 8, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at the Ayala Activity Center Cebu, where all the club’s projects and linkages will be presented.

Zontian President Minnie Yuvienco is the over-all coordinator.

November of each year has been declared by the Province and City of Cebu as the Zonta month.

The Zonta Club of Cebu 1’s major partners for November 8 and 29 events are Ayala, Philippine Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Island Souvenirs, IPI, Pacific Video, Go Large, Radisson Blu, Marco Polo Plaza Hotel; Cebu Fortune Travel, Alcordo Advertising, GMA7, MyTV, Golden Prince Hotel & Suites, Speechcom International; Anita’s Bakeshop; Clifford Gawchua, Ramon Sebastian, Zontians Joy Onazawa and Beverly Dayanan, among others.

This year’s thrust, No to Teenage Pregnancy, will be emphasized through the value formation programs of the academe.

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