Sangguniang Panlalawigan Proposed Resolution for Rizal Awards
In due recognition and support for the aspiration of BatangRizal (Laguna) Organization to be recognized as one of the “Outstanding Institutions” in our country and to establish a name at the National level and be part to the prestigious Rizal Awards as inscribed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).
First Freedom Climb 2011
“Stand united and be counted!”
A Guinness World Record Attempt
Records will be Set,
Trees will be Planted,
Tourism will be Promoted,
HEROES WILL BE HONORED.
Along with the celebration of our National Independence, the BatangRizal Organization spearheaded this “another first” for the town of Rizal, a momentous event with the title ‘Freedom Climb 2011’.
First RHU-BRO Concert for a Cause
Theme: "Isang Gabi para sa Malusog na Bukas"
Another first from the Municipality of Rizal that promotes the talents of Rizalians was the successful “Isang Gabi Para sa Malusog na Bukas” a concert for a cause made possible by the men and women of the Rural Health Unit headed by Dr. Sam Joseph Cirilo in cooperation with BatangRizal (Laguna) Organization held July 16, 2011 at Rizal Elementary School Covered Court.
First Kite Festival 2011
By: BatangRizal (Laguna) Organization
With the municipal government promoting the Municipality of Rizal, Laguna, BatangRizal Organization takes part on this aim through conducting the first ever Kite Festival at The Landing Point, April 30, 2011
Landing Point, Ipinakilala sa mga PunumBayan
On the hand of the Founding Chairman of BatangRizal (Laguna) Organization (BRO) and the Vice Mayor of Rizal, Laguna, Hon. Ferdinand O. Sumague presents with pride and honor the magnificence of "The Landing Point" all over the Province of Laguna.
Introducing the landing point to the mayors of the municipalities in laguna was featured in one of the pages of Balitang San Pablo : Online blog.
Poorest Laguna town finds place in history
Featured in Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Maricar Cinco
Inquirer Southern Luzon
First Posted 20:48:00 02/16/2011
Filed Under: Tourism & Leisure, history, Philippines – Regions
YES, THERE is a town named Rizal in Laguna—an almost forgotten fifth-class municipality (annual income: P25 million-P30 million) that is often confused with the urbanized and popular Rizal province. An even bigger confusion has arisen in mailing addresses in Rizal town’s Antipolo, one of its 11 barangays. (The moreknown Antipolo is a first-class city of Rizal.) Both Rizal and Laguna provinces belong to the Calabarzon region.
The organization does not only focus on promotional activities but also has been into the academics and personality development. As such, another first from the BatangRizal Organization is the prestigious BR Medallion, an award given to a BR member who achieved the highest academic achievement during his/her stay in their respective schools.