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NAMRIA wins first place in DENR chorale competition
News & Event(s) | Jois Roueli O. Ferrer | 28 December 2022 | Print
NAMRIA, represented by the NAMRIA Chorale, won first place in the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Chorale Competition which was conducted as part of the 2022 DENR Year-End Assembly. The competition was held at the DENR Multi-Purpose Gymnasium on 09 December 2022.
A total of 16 attached agencies, bureaus, and regional offices participated in the DENR chorale competition, dubbed Himig Pasko sa DENR. NAMRIA was declared as the competition’s first placer while DENR National Capital Region (NCR) and DENR Region IX bagged the second and third places, respectively.
The all-male NAMRIA Chorale performed renditions of the Christmas carols Ang Pasko ay Sumapit and Himig ng Pasko. The group was composed of singers from NAMRIA’s five different branches and performed with their trainer and conductor, Mr. Domino C. Marcos. They had the support of the Morale and Welfare Committee, under the overall leadership of NAMRIA Administrator, Usec. Peter N. Tiangco, PhD.
DENR Secretary Maria Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga graced the 2022 DENR Year-End Assembly. In her message, she thanked all of the DENR employees, whom she called the nation’s environmental changemakers, for their support during her first five months in the department. She also mentioned some of the projects that DENR has planned for the year 2023.
DENR Secretary Yulo-Loyzaga addresses the DENR employees.
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Performance of the NAMRIA Chorale —ERWIN D. FAMATIGA
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Group photo features the NAMRIA Chorale together with Undersecretary for Field Operations - Luzon, Visayas, and Environment, Atty. Juan Miguel T. Cuna, who awarded them their symbolic cheque prize; NAMRIA Chief of Staff Rowena E. Bongalos; and Mr. Marcos (first row, eighth from left). ERWIN D. FAMATIGA

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