With its growing support and advocacy to education, Project Margie on the Move (MOM), a mobile community library project of former Ms. Universe titlist Ms. Margie Moran Floirendo, is now set to re-launch its year-round fun-filled learning program to various day care centers in Davao del Norte.
“We are all excited for this year’s mobile library project. With these new reading materials and brighter and more creative activities, the mobile library will definitely draw the interest of the students on reading books,” expressed Monica Floirendo, daughter of Moran-Floirendo, who enthusiastically received books from Children for Brighter Beginnings founder and directress Chari Gavino last February 13.
The books were donated by Pastor Cesar Reyes and wife Lulu of House for All Nations Church in Vancouver, British Columbia, whom Gavino said are devoted to improving children’s learning abilities. They will be added to the list of educational materials for the kids in the mobile library.
“I thank Pastor Cesar, his wife Ms. Lulu, and the Children for Brighter Beginnings for these wonderful books. These will help the children a lot especially to appreciate and know the importance of education at an early age,” said the younger Floirendo.
She explained that this year’s mobile library project will introduce new-fangled learning experiences equipped with supplemental books, school materials, and entertaining activities that will surely bring more learning and fun to children.
“We made some changes in the program to make it more significant. Lots of exciting activities and new lesson plan are prepared for the kids,” Floirendo added.
Project MOM has intensified its program, this time, focusing not only on the importance of early child development but understanding the significance of the environment and health as well.
The MOM mobile community library is scheduled to visit Brgy. Lower Panaga and Brgy. Malitbog, Panabo City on March 10 for the initial round this 2012. (CPN-Anflocor Corp Comm)