BONTOC, Mountain Province – An initiative of the local government unit continues to bring together book lovers, fitness enthusiasts, and community members alike for fun, fitness, and charitable giving.
Dubbed as “Tae-book”, the initiative by the Municipal Library is in time for the celebration of Library and Information Services Month this November.
The event aims to generate books, art, and craft materials and children’s toys, and promote the love of reading to the public, while also emphasizing the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
Thus, participants have the opportunity to donate at least three books in good condition, educational or arts and craft materials, and children’s toys and are entitled to a free Tae Bo workout or session.
The Tae Bo workout started on Nov. 6 and will end on Nov. 29. It is scheduled from Monday to Friday, from 6 a.m. onwards at the 4th floor, Bontoc Municipal Capitol Auditorium.
Tae Bo, is a dynamic exercise routine combining elements of martial arts and is ideal for physical fitness and overall well-being.
This workout session is conducted by instructors Marcelina Ongan and Rommel Fecha, ensuring a safe and enjoyable workout experience for all attendees.
Municipal Librarian Chamreine Casiwen said registration is still open to those who want to join the cause.
She expressed gratitude to those who signed up for the activity and their contribution to the enhancement of the community’s reading resources and promoting the joy of reading among children. – Alpine Killa-Malwagay