NUCESO officials plant trees to help rehabilitate the DAP compound after Glenda

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Department of Environment and Natural Resources Assistant Secretary for Administration and Finance Corazon C. Davis, CESO II (2nd from left), past President of the National Union of Career Executive Service Officers (NUCESO) plants with Development  Academy of the Philippines (DAP) managing director Ermarie A.  Mondejar, CESO IV (left), a kamagong seedling (scientific name: Diospyros blancoi) also known as mabolo and velvet apple for its fruits, at the compound of the DAP in Tagaytay City while Public Works and Highways Region 11 Regional Director and present NUCESO President Mariano R. Alquiza, CESO III (right),  and from left Transportation and Communication undersecretary Anneli R. Lontoc, CESO I, Interior and Local Government Region 4A Regional Director Josefina Castilla Go, CESO III. Cavite Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer Engr. Rolinio Pozas, DAP President Antnonio D. Kalaw, Jr., CESO I and CENRO Trece Martires City  Forest Management Section Chief Froilan Remulla. The Officials of the NUCESO were to meet at the DAP to discuss celebrating their 41st Anniversary and to aptly start the meeting was a tree planting activity at the DAP Tagaytay City grounds with no less than the President hosting. It was a fitting opportunity for the NUCESO officials to replace the ten trees damaged by the recent Typhoon Glenda. PENRO Cavite has provided 20 kamagong and mango seedlings for NUCESO and DAP.