Children’s playground for Lapu-Lapu barangay
A recreational area developed by Philippine BXT Corp., the owner of Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort and Spa, for the children of barangay Maribago in Lapu-Lapu City, was turned over last Feb. 1 to barangay captain Joseph Pangatungan.
During the ceremony, Palace chief executive officer Jason Uy presented a miniature slide symbolizing the development to Pangatungan.
The recreational area, located within the Maribago Public Beach, includes a children’s playground, open shed, booth, drop-off area and a driveway for the beach.
This endeavor is the first of many more community projects to come, according to Phil. BXT external affairs director Reno Bacolod.
Bacolod dedicated the development to the “beautiful children of Maribago,” and closed the program by saying, “For every child is a gift from God – that He hasn’t forgotten mankind.”
For further information about the Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort and Spa, call 494-555 or visit www.imperialpalace-cebu.com.
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