President Tereso A. Abella delivers his message during the Employees Night.
The Central Luzon State University hosted the Employees Night held last January 13 at the Pag-asa Gym of the Science City of Muñoz.
The activity was one of the activities featured during the month-long celebration of the Uhay Festival and 16th Charter Anniversary of the Science City of Muñoz.
The Safari-inspired affair saw the active participation of the officials and staff of the Local Government Unit and other institutions/agencies within the Science City clad in their Safari outfits.
As host institution, CLSU, through the leadership of President Tereso A. Abella, took charge mainly of the physical arrangements of the venue that was turned into a virtual Safari setting; the coordination with the Local Government of Muñoz and other concerned offices regarding the parts and flow of the program; and all other attendant concerns.
Mayor Nestor L. Alvarez of the Science City of Muñoz, and Dr. Abella gave their respective messages thanking and lauding the generous support, cooperation and active participation of the various offices/agencies/institutions that made the occasion successful and memorable.
Special song and dance renditions were given by CLSU performing groups such as the Gintong Ani Philippines and select group of faculty and staff members.
According to Dr. Abella, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – National Freshwater Fisheries Technology Center (BFAR-NFFTC) and the PhilMech provided valuable assistance to CLSU in hosting this year’s Employees Night.