The City Government of Caloocan led by Mayor Oca Malapitan, together with the Caloocan Cultural and Tourism Foundation Inc., congratulated the winners of the recent Ms. Caloocan 2019 pageant.
Crowned as the new queen of the City of Caloocan was Ms. Shanon Tampon of Barangay 179.
Czarina Sucgang of Barangay 178 and Nikki Mae Binuya Guese of Barangay 63 were first and second runners-up, respectively. Shenna Mae Zaldivar was named third runner-up ,and Kurt Daniel Orilleneda Mataban took home the 4th Runner-up.
“I would like to extend my greetings to the winners of Ms. Caloocan and to all the lovely candidates,” said Mayor Oca. “I commend all of you for your effort, dedication, and sportsmanship on this event.”
In a statement, CCTF Chairwoman Kathleen Mendoza expressed her full support to the newly crowned Ms. Caloocan as she fulfills her duties as a tourism ambassador and a voice of Caloocan’s advocacies, particularly in women empowerment.
Admitting they had a hard time judging and choosing the winners, actor and Chairman of the Board of Judges Marco Alcaraz also wished the winners a pleasant reign. “I’m positive that they will have a successful year ahead because these ladies truly deserve their titles and crowns,” he said.
Another judge, Jonathan Chong, question and answer mentor of reigning Miss Universe Catriona Gray, confirmed that the winners are really beauty and brains.
Meanwhile Ms. Caloocan 2019 Shanon Tampon thanked the Local Government of Caloocan, CCTF, Barangay 179 Captain Eugenio Notario Jr. and the Sacred Heart Home Owner’s Association for their unrelenting support to her journey toward the crown.
“I offer this crown to everyone who supported me especially to the local officials and residents of Barangay 179, my home. It is a pleasure representing all you and I am looking forward to working hand in hand with the City Government of Caloocan in promoting the city,” said Tampon.
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