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Teacher Geraldo Jumawan of Lagro High School has recently been recognized as one of the 33 "Ani ng Dangal" awardees by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) on February 22, 2023, at the Ceremonial Hall of Malacanang Palace in Manila.

The Ani ng Dangal Awards is given to outstanding Filipino artists and cultural workers who have gained international recognition and brought honor to the country.

Teacher Geraldo was recognized for his exceptional talent in acting, as he won the Best Actor award in the 10th LakeCity International Film Festival held in India last year. He was recognized for his remarkable performance in the short film "The Glance", which showcased his outstanding acting skills and versatility.


Mayor Joy Belmonte personally congratulated Teacher Geraldo during his visit to her People's Day in District 5. She commended him for bringing pride and honor to the city of Quezon and for being an inspiration to other aspiring artists and cultural workers.

The mayor also expressed her gratitude to the NCCA for recognizing the hard work and talent of Filipino artists and for promoting and preserving the country's culture and heritage.

The Ani ng Dangal Awards is part of the NCCA's efforts to promote and recognize the contributions of Filipino artists and cultural workers in the international scene. Through this award, the NCCA hopes to inspire and encourage more Filipinos to excel in the arts and culture industry, and to bring honor to the country. Teacher Geraldo's recognition as one of the Ani ng Dangal awardees is a testament to the exceptional talent and potential of Filipino artists, and a reminder of the importance of supporting and promoting the country's culture and heritage.

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