Zonta Club of Quirino celebrates first year anniversary

On 26 May, the Zonta Club of Quirino, Philippines, marked its one-year milestone with a vibrant event led by President Donabel A. Balot. The celebration included distributing vitamin C supplements online, a lively motorcade and revealing a new monument signage generously donated by Zontian Anne Untalan. The monument, designed by engineer and Zontian Jen Mendoza, symbolizes the club's dedication to community service. Also unveiled was the inaugural volume of the Zonta Club of Quirino Magazine, chronicling the club's journey since its founding. These efforts demonstrate the club’s commitment to supporting the Zonta mission of empowering women and girls worldwide.

The mission carries on

The Zonta Club of Quirino, Philippines, despite being a young club, remains dedicated to upholding the values of Zonta and actively engages in activities in the area. From establishing new neighbor clubs to participating in area-wide events, the club is committed to making a difference.

The club recently attended the Fiezta @ Area 4, where President Donabel A. Balot passionately shared the club's accomplishments over its inaugural year. The acknowledgment of the club's efforts in creating a better world for women and girls in their community marked a significant milestone for the club. The club will dutifully continue its mission because the club believes a better world for women means a better world for all.