The damage wrought by Typhoon Ulysses on Cagayan and Isabela was so severe that it warranted a second mission to the place. The RCM disaster relief team had been in Tuguegarao, Cagayan on Nov 17 to deliver much needed essentials to families who had lost much and recovered little from the floods that had inundated their city.Pres. Peter Manzano & FA Pam, together with CoS Ron Dotaro and John Palmiano, left Manila at 10 PM on November 25 for another tour of duty, and arrived at the Isabela Provincial Capitol at around 10AM the following day. It was non-stop service, with the team hopping from one town to another to hand out relief goods-- in Tumauini, 400 bags of goods to as many families; then to Sto. Tomas, 275 bags. After lunching on pancit Cabagan, they proceeded to San Pablo to distribute 210 bags, then moved to Cabagan Municipal Hall to turn over the 1,200 01PRES. PETER HITS 3 BIRDS WITH ONE STONE IN BAGUIO Looks like there’s no relief in sight for Pres. Peter & Pam Manzano who continue to crisscross the country to push the Club’s relief mission for communities and families impacted by natural calamities. After a frenetic schedule of relief missions that saw them moving from one end of Luzon to the other, they drove to Baguio last Sunday, December 6, for another relief ops, this time for Covid-19. Joining hands with the Pres. Tolitz Villanueva of the Rotary Club of Baguio Summer Capital, they handed out 100 to page 09pairs of slippers donated by Taba Samson and boxes of bath and laundry soap, toothpaste and toothbrush, and blankets donated by Ann Jean Chavez. The goods given away, valued at P100K, on the Isabela leg came from PN Mike Escaler-- 38 boxes of Alaska milk, 18 boxes of Birch Tree powdered milk, 13 boxes of Star corned beef, 15 boxes of San Mig coffee, and 30 boxes of Lucky Med instant noodles.Driving further north to Tuguegarao where they spent the night, they met up with RC Tuguegarao Rotarians for a fellowship dinner, which occasioned the signing of a memorandum of agreement on their participation in our voters’ registration campaign. Heavy rains greeted Day 2 , Nov 27, of the Cagayan/Isabela relief mission as the team travelled more than an hour from Tuguegarao through rough and muddy roads to the designated site in Baggao, on the eastern side of Cagayan. The town, they found out, was one of the hardest hit in Cagayan, with many casualties. In partnership with RC Tuguegarao, they distributed 400 bagsof relief goods to as many families in Brgy. San Jose, Baggao. The relief mission was also in cooperation with Shell dealers in the area who gave away mats and blankets. Next and final stop for the mission was another visit to the Cagayan Provincial Capitol to turn over to Provincial Administrator Da r w in Sacramed 420 sets of mats and blankets and 10 water filters donated by Johnny Sy , for distribution to areas that could not as yet be reached by land.