Update: Philippine Members are safe from eruptions of the Mayon Volcano

Legazpi-Mayon - Heart of Giving Wide
Quota Members with children at their Heart of Giving event in March 2016 – Quota Cares Month winning entry – Submitted by members of Quota International of Legazpi-Mayon

Update from President Elect, January 2018 – Our Quotarians from Legazpi-Mayon are safe from the eruptions of Mayon volcano.

Mayon Volcano 2018 - Cropped
Photo by Quotarian, Legazpi-Mayon Charter President Meg Los Baños

Since Mayon volcano is visible from their residences, they were affected by the ashes, polluted air and poor visibility. Numerous evacuation centers were set up by their local government and some organizations are supporting the needs of the evacuees.

Quota International of Legazpi-Mayon Charter President Meg Los Baños informed me that they are physically helping at the evacuation centers but not financially because of deficient club funds, which the other R18 clubs are also experiencing due to the dates of their upcoming fundraisers.

Emilie Simon
President Elect/Treas 2016-2018
Quota International Board

Mayon Volcano, aka as Mount Mayon, is an active volcano in the province of Albay, on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Renamed as the “perfect cone” because of its almost symmetric conical shape, Mayon forms the northern boundary of Legazpi City, the largest city in terms of population in the Bicol Region.

https://sco.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayon_Volcano

 

One thought on “Update: Philippine Members are safe from eruptions of the Mayon Volcano

  1. So glad to hear that our Philippine Quotarians are safe although the effects of the volcano must be challenging. Region 21 members are thinking of you all.

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