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Visitors from Poland

A bus full of tourists from Poland visited Angeles Estates recently on their way to the Banaue Rice Terraces. They feasted on fresh coconut juice (still inside the husk), a medley of locally grown vegetables, mango salad, and native fish. After lunch they toured the mango grove and took pictures of mango trees in full bloom.

Seminar Uninterrupted by 8-Hour Brownout

The training seminar for mentors of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) continued despite a day-long brownout. The Angeles Estates generator efficiently provided electricity for lights, sound system, and air conditioning. Participants hardly noticed that there was no electricity outside the estate.

Scholars from Ilocos Sur

Two buses full of students from Ilocos Sur visited Angeles Estates recently on a field trip to CLSU and Philippine Carabao Center. They are all scholars of Governor Chavit Singson.

Mango Park Opens to the Delight of Neigborhood Kids

Screaming with excitement, twenty-one children from across the street rushed up the treehouse to try out the slides and see-saws.

NIA Auditors Stay at Angeles Estates


While working at the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) regional office in Science City of Munoz, Abner Copon, Camela Ubaldo, Bertilia Lizaso, and Sonia Legua reside at Angeles Estates.






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