CCCom thanks social media volunteers
By JC Madrid
NAGA CITY --- The Caceres Commission on Communications (CCCom) held a Thanksgiving gathering to the thank and recognize the volunteers from different parishes in the Archdioceses who graciously extended their talents and assistance as part of the livestream and social media volunteers for Peñafrancia 2022.
The gathering was held on Saturday, 24 September 2022 at the Johannine Hall of the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral’s Parish Pastoral Center was attended by members of the CCCom Livestream Team, and volunteers from the Parishes of Our Lady of Peñafrancia in Naga, St. Bartholomew the Apostle in Baao, St. Anthony of Padua in Camaligan, Holy Cross in Naga, St. Martin de Porres in Goa, and St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pili. Also recognized were Rev. Fr. Joseph Wilfred Almoneda, Ms. Tess Bañares-Delfin, and Ms. Crisel Dionisio, hosts during the Traslacion and Fluvial Procession Coverages.
Fr. Luisito Occiano, CCCom Director, expressed his gratitude to the volunteers for their efforts during the fiesta whose shared contributions were able to reach more than 2.8 million people on Facebook alone. Livestream technical director Mr. Dadoy Bien assured the volunteers his utmost support as they return to their parish.