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Ribbon Cutting, The FEBC Pioneers' Wall

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The mural of the FEBC founders and early local leaders was formally opened to the public after the ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Rev. Max Atienza’s daughter and granddaughter, Betty and Patricia Alvarez, Pastor Fred Magbanua’s widow, Mrs. Aliw Magbanua, Vice Mayor Hon. Lorena Natividad-Borja, and Pastor Proceso Marcelo’s son, Jungee Marcelo, respectively. Bantayog ng Kasaysayan (Historical Marker) at the former Christian Radio City Manila (CRCM) or FEBC compound in Valenzuela City.