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· Volume II Issue III

Quezon Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) finally got its logo concept that will be used as permanent logo design of the office through the idea and image drawn by a Grade 10 student from Perez National High School (PNHS) in Perez, Quezon.

After winning the Logo Making Contest held by the Quezon PDRRMO on August 9, 2019 in Sevilla's Farm Resort in Lucena City, Jhela Kiana A. De Leon's winning piece in the contest will be used by the Quezon Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office as its permanent logo symbol.

The contest was part of the observance of the National Disaster Resilience Month and a joint program and activity of the DepEd Quezon and Quezon PDRRM Office.

Before the provincial contest, De Leon participated the elimination contest in the district level where she won 1st Place. She was trained and coached by Mr. Joel S. Pait, the PNHS school DRRM coordinator.

Because of De Leon's talent in drawing, Perez National High School received First Aid kits, a complete set of emergency equipment including a spine board, and a plaque of recognition as the main prizes as champion in the said logo making contest.

The contestants of the logo making used oil pastel and a 1/2-sized illustration board in their on-the-spot logo making with only one and a half-hour time limit. There were more than 30 contestants who joined the contest and Jhela Kiana was adjudged champion.

Below is the actual winning piece drawn by De Leon with its corresponding logo symbols. It was taken through a cellphone camera during the actual contest.

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