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Aspiring beauty queen conducts reading project; book donations in El Salvador City

EL SALVADOR CITY, Misamis Oriental – Read today lead tomorrow. This is the main activity of a beauty tilt contender and her associate in this part of El Salvador City, this province.

Binibini 15 Sol Sigrid, one of the aspirants for the Miss El Salvador City beauty tilt, has spearheaded a book drive and feeding program for the children of Barangay Taytay, this city last June 30, 2021.

With the main theme of the project “encouraging the yound minds to read early and foster imagination and creativity in barangay Taytay,” the project was very successful. It was ably supported by Taytay Brgy. Captain Nelson T. Villarte and the SK Chairman Arnold Bajuyo Jr.

“I have grown in an environment that has not enabled me to access as much books to read, but through picking up the habit and finding both purpose and wisdom in books, I was able to widen my lens about the world. I envision a place where each child can have access to appropriate books, where they can find the fun while building their character as well,” the beauty contender stressed.

She also added that in order to create big changes, “we always have to start in small but foundational steps. We start with our children, with our youth. We start with building a present together with them, so they can attain a brighter future, become professionals, and achieve their biggest dreams.”

“Reading promotes good habits of excellence that is critical to one’s future success in life. My parents at young age encourage me to read. Through the books I read, I started imagining a world of possibilities,” Jil Lasaca, a supporter of Miss Sol Sigrid said.

Lasaca said through reading books one can become the best master of her own destiny and the captain of her own ship. “That a reading habit shaped and molded me to be who I am now,” Lasaca pointed out.

Lasaca partner with Binibini 15 in this reading project and book donation. She said Sol’s leadership and passion for reading will help encourage others especially children of the seaside village.

“With this initiative implemented by Sol, we can influence young minds, promote reading a life skill to fight poverty and ignorance and change lives for the better,” Lasaca concluded.

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