Reaching the culmination of its contest, teamINABANGA awarded the winners for its 2016 Inabanga Anti-Drug Campaign 60-Second Video Contest last March 4, 2016 at Inabanga Cultural Center.
The unique contest for all secondary schools, implemented by Inabangaâ€™s Information Office namedÂ Inabanga Communications and News Service or ICoNS, featured pure â€œBisayaâ€ 60-second videos which showcased the creativity of the students on how to portray the ill-effects and prevention of illegal drugs. Video entries were uploaded in the Official Facebook Page, Instagram & Twitter Accounts of the Municipality of Inabanga.
A total of 15 official entries from all 7 secondary schools of Inabanga vied for the cash prizes of P8,000, P4,000 and P2,000 representing the 1stÂ Prize, 2ndÂ Prize and 3rdPrize respectively. Entries were judged according to its Content (40%), Editing (20%), Videography (15%) & Facebook likes (25%). The contest ran for 3 weeks from January 22 â€“ February 12, 2016. Tasked to scrutinize the entries were the panel of judges composed of PSI Rolando L. Antipolo, Chief of Police of Inabanga PNP, Dr. Meyzadel B. Mante, Municipal Health Officer, and Emma M. Samaco, Municipal Social Welfare & Development Officer.
Mayor Roygie Jumamoy, municipal officials and ICoNS awarded the 1stÂ Prize to Southern Inabanga High School with their video entitled â€œPili-a Ang Pag Eskwela,â€Â the 2ndÂ Prize to Inabanga High School with their video entitledÂ â€œAso Sa Kinabuhiâ€Â and the 3rdÂ Prize to Southern Inabanga High School with their video entitledÂ â€œMag Bag-o Na Ta Kabataan.â€The lady mayor also pledged P50,000 to St. Paulâ€™s Academy and P25,000 to Inabanga High School totheir school projects and anti-drug campaign programs for their unwavering support.
teamINABANGA under the leadership of Mayor Roygie Jumamoy thru its ICoNS Office adapted and maximize the use of the social media like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. This new trend of virtual connectivity has enable the municipality to quickly reach, connect and deliver information, news, updates, programs and projects to beloved Inabangnons, not just locally but on a global scale.Â (Inabanga Communications and News Service / ICoNS)