25 Talisay housewives attend meat processing seminar
Twenty-five Talisaynon housewives were beneficiaries of a Meat Processing Livelihood Training Program sponsored by the Province of Negros Occidental and the Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) at the Visayan Center for Hotel and Restaurant Services, Inc., Eroreco Subdivision in Bacolod City.
Talisay City Team PIO takes part in the documentation of the livelihood training program of the Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry together with Province of Negros Occidental. (left photo) Leo Jayme and Jonaz Lojera Delleva, Team PIO with Ray Francis Sinoro of MBCCI. Photo right shows delegates from Talisay City.*
The 2-day seminar was attended by Mr. Frank Carbon, Director of the MBCCI with Ms. Marichu Calizo as resource speaker.
A total of close to 30 participants from Negros Occidental availed of the seminar training.*