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August 1 - 7, 2015

A competitor serving a “bullet” to his opponent’s backhand

Maasin Charter Day and Fiesta Celebration

As part of the City Charter Day celebration the Maasin Tennis Club hosted a Friendly Tennis Tournament with tennis players from Malitbog,Southern Leyte as well as Merrida and Bato, Leyte. The event fostered closer ties among members of the participating tennis clubs. Attendance of local government officials showed wholehearted support to the sport.

Mayor Maloney Samaco and Provincial Board Member Nacional Mercado wuth SLT Staffers Merlie Gemino and Rodelyn Gelia.

Member of the Maasin City Lawn Tennis Club (standing))Eddie Hanopol,Tessy Veloso,Linda Deligero,Atty. Romy Geniston,Mr. Rading Martiso, Joe Orit,Yol Alejandria,Josie Gaviola,Nonoy Cobeli, (sitting) Ben Ozon, Bebe Esma, P.E. Teacher Baby Roa and Josie Gaviola posing for the camera.

Mayor Maloney Samaco with his charming wife Chona, members of Maasin City Lawn Tennis ClubTacio Orit , Loloy Llevares and Ben Ozon and Atty. Romeo Geniston.

PERYA

A Maasin City fiesta is never complete without the annual “Perya” that both children and their parents enjoy. The fast turning Ferris-wheel and other entertaining games, the colorful carousel with sculptured animals and the exhilarating Spider Ride that's not for the faint of heart. All of which makes the experience a wonderful one for the young and the young at heart.

 

 

   

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