December 24, 2018, Filed under Press Release

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Gov. Espino leads opening of the Centennial Photo Exhibit. Governor Amado I. Espino III (3rd from right) leads the ribbon-cutting during the opening of the Centennial Photo Exhibit on December 17 at the ground floor of the Capitol featuring the winning photographs and vintage shots of the 100-year old structure. Joining the governor during the ribbon-cutting were PhilPost Asst. Postmaster General Luis D. Carlos (3rd from left), Sangguniang Panlalawigan Board Members (from left to right) Noel Bince, Rosary Gracia Perez-Tababa, Sangguniang Kabataan Federation President Jerome Espino, and Provincial Administrator Nimrod S. Camba. The Capitol building’s captivating beauty was highlighted through the lens of some Pangasinan’s talented photographers both professionals and amateurs in the recent photo-contest launched by the provincial government as one of the highlights of the Centennial Celebration. (Photo by BFS / RRB)

 

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Gov. Espino and top winners of the Centennial Photo Contest flash ‘Number One’ sign. Governor Amado I. Espino III (3rd from left) flashes the Number One sign together with the top winners of the Centennial Photo Contest launched by the provincial government as one of the highlights of the 100 years establishment of the Capitol building. The launching program of the centennial stamp on December 17 followed by the opening of the photo exhibit at the Capitol ground floor was participated in by the top winners of the photo contest. The photo entry shot by multi-awarded photographer Willie Lomibao (4th from left) stood out and was adjudged the best entry. Lomibao’s photo titled, “Capitol Selfie” depicted pride and excitement of two young Pangasinenses while taking selfie at the façade of the elegant centennial edifice with the giant I Love Pangasinan logo on the foreground. Some 300 entries that were submitted to the Provincial Information Office (PIO) were reviewed and judged by the Federation of Philippine Photographers, Inc. (FPPFI) chairperson Eduviges Huang and president Pablo Beltran, along with the federation resident photography instructor Amergo Alba on December 9 at its main headquarters in Intramuros, Manila. (Photo by Meinard Sadim/RRB)

 

 

 

 

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