The San Pablo City Girl Scout Council held its 16th Council Convention and Elections of Officers last January 10, 2006 at the Council Headquarters with Mayor Vicente B. Amante, Congressman Danton Q. Bueser, and GSP Regional Executive Director Rebecca T. Basanes as guests of honor.
The GSP Council Board for Triennium 2006-2009 shall be composed of the following newly elected officers.
- President - Mrs. Lerma S. Prudente
- Vice-President for Fields - Mrs. Lina A. Buencillo
- Vice-President for Ways and Means - Ms. Muriel Av. Maghirang
- Vice-President for International Participation - Ms. Katherine C. Agapay
- Secretary - Mrs. Miguela G. Marasigan
- Assistant Secretary - Ms. Ivy Arago
- Treasurer - Mrs. Athena A. Soto
- Assistant Treasurer - Mrs. Minda G. Catindig
- Auditor - Dr. Aurora C. Punzalan
- Commissioner on Administration - Dr. Ester C. Lozada
- Commissioner on Program - Ms. Rosario Placida N. Robielos
- Commissioner on Training - Ms. Cresenciana B. De Luna
Mrs. Nemesia C. Agoncillo
Mrs. Izola L. Aquino
Ms. Virginia S. De Leon
Dr. Delma G. Flores
Fiscal Ma. Victoria S. Lagman
Ms. Norma A. Quinay
Dr. Francisca G. Ril
Mrs. Rebecca G. San Agustin
Dr. Consuelo F. Santos
Mrs. Delia C. Sunega
Mr. Apolinar Cortez
Mrs. Renee B. Mercado
Mrs. Dionisia de Roma
*Senior Planning Board
* Troop Leaders
The elected president, Mrs. Lerma S. Prudente has been Council President for Triennia 1997-2000 and 2000-2003. Among the new Council Board members are two young lady councilors of the City of San Pablo, Ms. Katherine Agapay and Ms. Ivy Arago.
GSP Joins the 1st Longest Parade of Buko Pie in San Pablo's Cocofest 2006
Three hundred Girl Scouts in green uniform participated in San Pablo City's 1st Longest Parade of Buko Pies. The event, held last January 13 at the City Plaza, was part of the Cocofest 2006 activities which attracted a large crowd that filled up every space of Rizal Avenue.
The Parade of Buko Pies had 1700 pies held shoulder to shoulder by the same number of students from among the different schools in the City of San Pablo. It is the venue of the City Government in highlighting the "One Town, One Product" of the city - the Coconut.