Rehabilitated CTU Danao track reopened

From left: Councilor Oscar “Boying” Durano Rodriguez,  Mayor Ramon “Nito” Durano III, CTU President  Rosein A. Ancheta Jr., 5th District Representative Ramon “Red” Durano VI and CTU Danao Campus Director Rose Mary Almacen

CTU Danao Campus Director Rose Mary Almacen allocated 9 million to rehabilitate the Ramon M. Durano Sr. Memorial Sports Complex, drawing much anticipation from the Danawanons who attended Wednesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The facility is no stranger to  international events as Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in 2005 despite being situated in the countryside. Its picturesque backdrop of a limestone boulder  contrasting with the azure sky on a clear day attracts anyone. 

5th District Representative Ramon “Red” Durano VI sees more opportunities coming to CTU Danao following the facility’s restoration. 

He shared, in his speech, the beauty of having one of the CTU campuses in Danao (among 25 in the province including the extension campuses), as locals experience scholarly pursuits with what the  university curricular repertoire has provided.

As an enthusiast himself, Cong. Durano has been supportive of the campus directives that promote health and wellness through sports.

CTU Danao sprinters compete following the ribbon-cutting and  fun run.

In common with people who put premium on health, he and his father, Mayor Ramon “Nito” Durano, now  plan  to frequent the complex  as part of their regimen.

He silver-lined the northern campus development with the image of an olympic-size swimming pool beside the oval, which he ascertained to be materialized with the continued partnership between the campus and Danao City Government.

Bringing people  to CTU Danao for events as the State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) Regional Games or national games for that matter is once again brought to light now that the rehabilitated track and newly constructed gymnasium occupy the vast proportion of the school premises.

The projects reassure clientele of the progress  Campus Director Rose Mary Almacen and  Dr. Ancheta have been staying true to over the years. UICPA