Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Boracay Beach, watched over by 2 groups of Life Guards

There are now two groups of Life Guards keeping an eye on the beaches of Boracay.

This is what Philippine National Red Cross Malay-Boracay Chapter Officer-in-Charge Marlo Schoenenberger has stated on his report to the Municipal Council of Malay yesterday morning.

According to him, the monitoring schedule particularly on the swimming area has been subdivided to the two groups of Life Savers in the island.

These are the Life Guard of the LGU-Malay headed by Mr. Miguel “Mike” Labatiao, and the Red Cross Life Guards.

Schoenenberger reported that the times from 6 to 9 in the morning and 4p.m. to 7 in the evening are assigned to the Red Cross Life Guards.

The remaining schedule is that of the LGU Life savers.

With this, the swimming area is now being monitored and guarded for 12 hours for the safety of those bathing on the beaches of Boracay.

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