By Edith Colmo
Negros Daily Bulletin

For three consecutive years, the Negros Press Club has elected lady journalists to lead the group of its members in the fourth estate.

Over the weekend, Teresa Ellera-Dulla, news reporter of Sunstar Bacolod won the presidency against her male opponent by 56 votes over Aquilino “Boy” Ciocon of Radio Veritas who got 29 votes. Ellera succeeds Dolores Epacta, editor of Negros Weekly, as immediate past president. Epacta succeeded Carla Cañet, reporter of Sun Star Bacolod who served as president of NPC in 2014.

Newly-elected officers and Board of Directors of the Negros Press Club. President - Teresa Ellera, Vice- President - Babes Gantalao, Secretary - Erwin Nicavera, Treasurer - Glazyl Masculino, Auditor - Sheila Gelera, Board of Directors - Mark Salanga, Serge Santillan, Merlinda Pedrosa, Hernan Garciniego, Dolly Yasa, Edgar Lucasan, Alvin Grava, Eugene Adiong and Rox Estrella.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)

Epacta elected NPC President

Canet thanks fellows, community for their trust

Negros Weekly news editor Dolores Epacta is the newly elected President of the Negros Press Club with a vote of 49 as against her challengers DYAF achorman Aquilino “Boy” Ciocon with 35 votes and Negros Daily Bulletin Columnist Manuel “Manny” Canto with 22 votes in an election held last Saturday, (Jan. 24, 2015) at the NPC building, San Juan Street, Bacolod City.

NPC, Army, Smart Partner in Tree-Growing Activity

MURCIA, Negros Occidental - The Negros Press Club, Smart Communications and the Philippine Army 303rd Brigade held a tree growing activity, on July 18 at the 303rd Camp Gerona Brgy. Minoyan.

Participants plant tress sponsored by the Negros Press Club, Smart Communications and 303rd Brigade, P.A. at the Army Camp in Minoyan, Murcia.* (PIA6)

NPC President Canet delivers promise to serve you well

Negros Press Club President Carla N. Canet has indeed delivered her promise to serve best her fellow members of the club who gave them their trust and mandate for her to lead the club for a year.

One year is already enough for me and my fellow officers to prove that we have never failed you in electing us as your leaders.

From the time you put your trust on us, I made sure that I will serve you with all of my heart.

The NPC Presidency is no joke. This is indeed a tough job. Everyone is observing and watching you on how you perform your tasks starting on how courteous you are, how you deal with people and community and the decisions you take. The pressures are all over especially that we are all practitioners.