Rotary Club Manila hosts Gov. Obet Pagdanganan darts tournament

By , on December 1, 2015


01 December 2015       Rotary Club of Baywalk Manila(RCBM) President,Willy Uy,center,is flanked by RCBM Vice-President,Edgardo Jose,left,and  Darts Council of the Philippines President,Luigie Estacio in announcing the RCBM's hosting of the GOvernor Obet Pagdanganan Cup Darts Tournament on Dec. 5,2015 at the Tres Marias de Manila in Malvar Street,Malate,Manila,over yesterday's PSA forum at Shakeys Remedios.The proceeds of the event shall support the RCBM's flagship project dubbed as 'Alay Sagip Pamilya sa Kalye' & 'Alay Tulong sa mga Preso' which street families in Ermita area and inmates in Bilibid Prison,Muntinlupa will be benefited.  ( EY ACASIO / The Standard )
Rotary Club of Baywalk Manila President Willy Uy (center) is flanked by RCBM Vice President Edgardo Jose (left) and Darts Council of the Philippines President Luigie Estacio as they announced RCBM’s hosting of the Gov. Obet Pagdanganan Cup Darts Tournament on Dec. 5 during their appearance at the PSA Forum on Tuesday.( Photo from Ey Acasio of The Standard)

THE Rotary Club of Baywalk Manila, one of the most active members of the Rotary International District 3810, will host the Gov. Obet Pagdanganan darts tournament on Dec. 5 at the Tres Marias de Manila along Malvar St. in Malate.

Action in the event being held in cooperation with the Darts Council of the Philippines will take place from 3 to 8 p.m.

The proceeds of the tournament will go to the club’s trust fund to support such projects as “Alay Sagip Pamilya sa Kalye” and “Alay Tulong sa mga Preso” for street families in the Ermita area and inmates in National Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa.

Details of the tournament were presented to the media during the weekly Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at Shakey’s Malate on Tuesday.

Other flagship projects of the Rotary Club of Baywalk Manila include feeding programs for the poor, livelihood training and medical missions, community service that focuses on disease prevention and treatment, maternal and child health, and economic and community development. Only Rotarians are allowed to join the tournament.

Entry fee is P3,000 per club with a maximum of three teams of two players each with no substitute. The double knockout bracket will be applied.