SUPPORTIVE NANAY. Nenita Hernando (L) stays in billeting quarters with her daughter Jhonalyn Hernando, SPED swimmer from Calabarzon, at Pis-anan National High School in Antique. Nenita left her work as a farmer to support her only daughter who has a disablility. Hindi naman sa wala akong tiwala sa iba, iba kasi yung alaga ng magulang.
A SHOULDER TO LEAN ON. Nancy Cunanan (L) comforts daughter Nicole, archer from Central Luzon, due to loss from a shoot-off at Pis-anan National High School Grounds in Pis-anan on Thursday, April 27. Nicole burst out in tears when she lost against an opponent but then she had a best performance in her first time at Palarong Pambansa. Galingan niya, patunayan niya na kayang-kaya niyang iangat ang Limay, Bataan.
'SEGURISTA'. Cynthia Lavado (L) visits her son, Von Elijah Lavado, Dance sports team from Calabarzon inside his billeting quarters at Pis-anan National High School in Pis-anan, Antique on Tuesday, April 25. Cynthia wants to make sure that her son is doing fine and comfortable in his temporary stay. Kahit na saan siya pumunta, gusto ko nandoon din ako. Sana sa best niya, makakuha siya ng medal.
BOW AND ARROW. Elisa Hastie (L) show her support to archer son, Carson Francis, after competing at Pis-anan National High School Grounds on Thursday, April 27. Elisa flew all the way from Dumaguete to watch her son play. u0022We'u0099re excited because it's his first time (to join the Palarong Pambansa).
Jonn Aaron Metierre is a Palaro Mover from Region IV-A.