Chemist Pinky Tobiano continues to become a blessing to all the recipients of the Care and Share Program of Grateful Tuesdays. With over 500 families reached, Tobiano together with her friends from the private sectors widened its reach and added more sponsors to help in this activity.
A special treat for Jeepney drivers of Barangay Masambong was celebrated during the barangay visit. They received food and gift packs spearheaded by the program host. She was assisted by Charming Lakwatsadora Charm Aranton.
A star-studded episode took place last Tuesday, Oct. 20. Apart from Tobiano’s co-host Yeng Constantino, viewers were serenaded by the King of RnB Jay R who was also interviewed after the performance. Most Streamed Filipina Artist and the first-ever 11x Platinum Awardee Moira dela Torre dropped by the set to say hi to all the viewers of the digital show.
Congressman Alfred Vargas also visited the show and was asked about his ongoing and upcoming projects in his district. On the other hand, siblings, Congresswoman Bernadette Herrera-Dy and Councilor Bernard Herrera sat down with Tobiano where they shared their experiences during this pandemic.
The show highlighted the announcement of the laptop winner. For the 5th episode, the heroic and inspiring story of a teacher from Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro emerged as the winner. She shared during the interview the struggle of walking for three hours on a rocky road just to reach the school where she is teaching. Her students were mainly Mangyan natives. Selfless as she is, she will be sharing the laptop she won with all the students in Pambuhan Village High School.
Grateful Tuesdays adheres to its mission of sharing blessing and good vibes through the initiative of Chemist Pinky Tobiano. Grateful Tuesdays airs every Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. live on Cornerstone Entertainment FB Page, Tobiano’s FB Page, Cornerstone Youtube Channel, and CSTV Kumu Account.
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