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Xtreem Trail Riders
to hold bloodletting

The Xtreem Trail Riders Association-Negros will hold a bloodletting activity of September 14 at PAGCOR Golden Field, Commercial Complex in Bacolod City, a press release from the group said.

The activity is part of the outreach program of the group whose members are motorcycle enthusiasts from different areas of the province.

Aside from promoting responsible motorcycle driving and strict observance of safety rules, the group is also knows for its socio-civic activities undertaken mostly in poorest communities of Negros, its press release said.

After the bloodletting event, the group plans to hold a tree and mangrove planting activity and distribute clothing, medicines and other necessities in depress areas of the province.

The group recently elected its new officers headed by Andres Marius Garong as president; Jonathan Palma, vice president; George Piso, secretary; Rommel Rife, treasurer; Nicolas Togle, auditor; Augusto Cesar Tupas and Hernane Ogahayon, information offiers; Rey Bolido, business manager; and SPO1 Joel Manojo, James Alameda, and Dante Castillano, sergeant-at-arms.

The members of the board are: George Agraviador, Salvador Cuenca, Dante Castillano, Glenn De la Raga, Elmer Espinosa, Fritz Gerolin, Andres Marius Garong, SPO1 Joel Manojo, Jonathan Palma, George Piso, Edmundo Saldo, Archie Sartorio, Jose Leody Tan, Ronilo Tubongbanua, and Benjamin Villa.*

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