Liliw, Laguna—More than 500 individuals attended the thanksgiving event of Laguna 3rd district Congresswoman Sol Aragones aspirant for Laguna Governor supported by former taekwondo practitioner Jayke Joson of FRONTLINERS Partylist over the weekend at the Balay Celina in Liliw, Laguna.
Joson, the first nominee of Frontliners partylist, and aspiring Laguna governor Aragones gave a few cellphones, gift certificates, bikes, sack of rice to the Frontliners and their family members as an early Christmas gift.
“I would like to thank the Frontliners for saving the life of my parents last year during the height of the pandemic when they were infected by Covid-19,” Joson said.
“I know the everyday struggle of being a Frontliner — not only those working in hospitals but also the police, soldiers and our delivery boys.”
“For me, our Frontliners are the true superheroes of our time. Frontliners kayo ang bida.”
Joson, a former actor and movie producer, also shared how taekwondo and karate taught him in so many ways like helping and creating hope for others.
“Being passionate about Martial Arts especially karate and taekwondo, you’ll learn the way of discipline, to be efficient in work and the importance of word of honor,” explained Joson, a taekwondo and karate practioner since his elementary and high school days in Lourdes School in Quezon City.
Laguna 3rd Rep. Sol Aragones, a former field reporter of ABS CBN news,now running for laguna governor expressed her gratitude to the Frontliners Partylist for supporting the everyday campaign of the doctors, nurses, police, soldiers and food deliver boys, among other workers.
“I would like to thank Frontliners Partylist for being the voice of our very own life savers in the Congress soon. Thank you for offering your time and life to help them. We are with you in this fight, we will support you,” Aragones said.
Also in attendance in the thanksgiving are aspiring Liliw mayor Nhon Montesines and aspiring vice mayor Maria "Ayette" Ticzon.