CFC ANCOP ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF ANCOP COMMUNICATIONS COMPETITION
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
CFC ANCOP Global Foundation Inc. recently had its first ANCOP Communications Competition. The said competition started last July 15, 2017, and ended on the 31st day of August 2017. It is opened particularly for the YFCs and SFCs who wish to share their ANCOP stories to many.
Several provinces and Metro Manila sectors participated and submitted their entries in different categories: Photo Essay Competition, Writing Competition, Blogging Competition and Video Making Competition.
Entries were scored and evaluated according to the guidelines released during the ANCOP Inspiration Communication Strategy Forum held last July 15, 2017. Then, the list of winners was announced last September 17 during the annual ANCOP Global Walk.
The entry entitled "Iskolar" bagged the first place in the Video Making Competition. The said entry was produced by Harry Hicarte, Nadine Dumasig, Rain Babia and Paolo Garcia. The second place was a video featuring the joy in cornerstone submitted by Reymark Baesa. And the third place was taken by Angelie Manahan and Kent Kyle Ferriol with the entry "Shining Our Way through Sharing Memories"
On the other hand, Anne Cabrieto won the first place in the Writing Competition. Pauline Clemente follows for the second place while in the third place was Toni Vivares, who also got the top spot in the Blogging Competition.
Other winners of the Blogging Competition was Anne Lopez for the second spot and John Anthony Teodosio for the third spot. Teodosio also bagged the first place award in the Photo Essay Category.
Ruel Tenerife took the second place award for his photo essay. Reymark Baesa also took a place as third for the same category.
The participants' entries will soon be featured on the website of CFC ANCOP and will also be posted on its different social media pages.
Along the competition, the participants were encouraged to continuously send their ANCOP thoughts and experiences in order to share these stories to many.
Couples for Christ leaders from Negros Occidental recently held their first-ever ANCOP and Social Development Summit last September 1 at Padre Pio Hall, Sacred Heart Shrine Compound, Bacolod City. The primary objective of this activity is to empower the leaders, from the Chapter Heads up to the Area Governance Team of Negros Occidental to support ANCOP and SocDev programs, and to enlighten them about the new policies and practices that are important in implementing the ANCOP programs in the province.
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