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FORMER PANGLAO MAYOR DIES, AUGUST 10, 2008 (PAPA REP DIED ON OUR 12TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY)

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Former Panglao mayor dies, interment today

At 1:20 am on Sunday, August 10, 2008, Derclo Reparato Bongoyan Araoarao, 68 years old, former municipal mayor of Panglao from 1980 to 1986, died at the family residence along Graham Avenue, this City, due to cardio-respiratory arrest secondary to multiple organ failure.

Born on October 8, 1939 as the eldest child of Demetrio Arancon Araoarao and Clotilde Dominguez Bongoyan, he was known as “Rep” to family and friends and “Derclo” to his high school and college classmates at Holy Name College (now Holy Name University). Having finished Bachelor of Science in Commerce – Major in Accounting, “Rep” was led by his Uncle George Araoarao to his stint with the Department of Public Works in Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, then had his apprenticeship at the accounting firm of Jesus Sarmiento in Cebu City, until an opportunity opened for him as in-charge of the foreign accounts department of the Philippine Banking Corporation (owned by the Laurels) in Manila. Later, he was transferred to Philbanking – Magallanes Branch in Cebu City. He was already slated for a managerial position at the Philbanking – Mandaue Branch, but was convinced to enter in the political arena by his Uncle Arcadio A. Araw-araw, a radio commentator based in Cebu City and by his father, Demetrio, the highly-respected educator-turned-municipal councilor who was the concurrent Sangguniang Panlalawigan member representing Panglao at the time of Gov. Rolando G. Butalid.

He was elected municipal mayor of Panglao and served from June 1980 to 1986 succeeding Dr. Teofilo “Dodong” Arcay, Jr., during the administration of President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. He is well-remembered for the improvement of the Panglao waterworks system, particularly the installation of the waterworks systems of Doljo and Danao, among other projects.

The “pangadye” will start at 8:00 am today at the Araoarao residence, after which his remains will be taken to the Saint Augustine Church in Panglao via the Causeway-Totolan Road at 10:00 am. A public viewing has been scheduled for Panglao constituents from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon. At 12:30 pm, the body will be brought to the Our Lady of the Barangay Parish Shrine, Cogon District for the requiem mass at 2:00 pm to be officiated by Rev. Fr. James Darunday.

Vice-Mayor Pedro Fuertes will deliver a speech on behalf of the Municipality of Panglao, to be followed by the messages of Rep’s brother Epelito B. Arao-arao, grandson Jalen Matthew A. Young, daughters US Army SSG Ann Claire A. Young and Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin and wife Wincesa B. Espejo Araoarao. A song will be rendered by the Holy Name University Class 1955-1956 led by Oscar Adarne and Arlinda Uy. Interment will be at Victoria Memorial Park, Taloto District.

He is survived by his wife Wincesa “Wincie” Balatero Espejo Araoarao, long-time Physical Education teacher and Bukang Liwayway Dance Troupe founder, choreographer and adviser of Bohol National High School (now Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School); children City Information Officer Fiel Angeli A. Gabin (Eng’r. Jerome John Jumawan Gabin) of Tagbilaran City; artist-nurse Reparato Anthony E. Araoarao (Gracelyn Shiela Gallego Tubal) of Pearland, Texas; US Army Staff Sergeant Ann Claire A. Young (SFC Jabron Montez Young) of Fort Belvoir, Virginia and artist-website designer Coeli Marie A. Ruiz (Alex Ruiz) of Zephyrhills, Florida; grandchildren AJ Wincielou Johanna, Reese Lauren, Jalen Matthew, Jayla Marie, Jordan Michael and Seth Vincent; and siblings Genadita A. Clarabal and Epelito B. Araoarao. (crjjjs)

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TAGBILARAN CITY SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL FEDERATED PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS,SY 2009-2010Share
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Tagbilaran City Science High School – Federated Parents-Teachers Association Board of Directors Induction, August 1, 2009

INDUCTING OFFICER: CITY COUNCILOR LEONIDES 'EDI' LAGURA BORJA


President - Antonio D. Restauro
Vice-President - Nephares Cuadra
Secretary - Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin
Treasurer - Juvy D. Dumayaca
Auditor - Engr. Ene L. Viba
Press Relations Officers - Rosita L. Lacea
- Aurelio D. Baay, Jr.

Sergeants-at-Arms - Bayani Luz, Jr.
- Albert Manigque

Board Member - Paulynetto O. Dilao, Sr.


Teacher-Representatives - Jenelou John F. Israel
- Ma. Mildred M. Zabala
- Angelita B. Macarayan
- Rossiely R. Peros
- Rolando V. Doblas, Jr.

Principal - John Ariel A. Lagura

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Sabah: A Part of the PhilippinesShare
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Remember those old Philippine maps that our history teachers used during grade school? Ever wondered why Sabah was always included? Read this article regarding this issue.

The Sultanate of Sulu was granted the north-eastern part of the territory as a prize for helping the Sultan of Brunei against his enemies and from then on that part of Borneo was recognized as part of the Sultan of Sulu's sovereignty. In 1878, Baron Von Overbeck, an Austrian partner representing The British North Borneo Company and his British partner Alfred Dent, leased the territory of Sabah. In return, the company was to provide arms to the Sultan to resist the Spaniards and 5,000 Malayan dollars annual rental based on the Mexican dollar's value at that time or its equivalent in gold. This lease was continued until the independence and formation of the Malaysian federation in 1963 together with Singapore, Sarawak and the states of Malaya. As of 2004, the Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines had been paying cession/rental money amounting to US$1,500 per year (about 6,300 Malaysian Ringgits) to the heirs of the Sultanate of Sulu.

The contract between Sri Paduka Maulana Al Sultan Mohammad Jamalul Alam, representing the sultanate as owner and sovereign of Sabah on one hand, and that of Gustavus Baron de Overbeck and Alfred Dent representing the North Borneo Company, on the other as lessees of Sabah, was executed on January 22, 1878. The Lease prohibits the transfer of Sabah to any nation, company or individual without the consent of His Majesty’s Government (“Government of the Sultan of Sulu”). Although it is mentioned to be a permanent lease, it is contrary to international law, which states that the terms for a lease contract can only be for 99 years, as in the case of Hong Kong and Macau when these were leased to Great Britain and Portugal respectively, by China and subsequently returned after the expiration of the lease. This would make the lease on Sabah overdue by 130 years.

Less than a decade later, the Sultanate of Sulu came under the control of Spain and in 1885, Spain relinquished all of its claim to Borneo to the British in the Madrid Protocol of 1885. In spite of that, in 1906 and 1920 the United States formally reminded Great Britain that Sabah did not belong to them and was still part of the Sultanate of Sulu on the premise that Spain never acquired sovereignty over North Borneo to transfer all its claims of sovereignty over North Borneo to Great Britain on the Madrid Protocol of 1885. This is so because the Sultan of Sulu did not include his territory and dominion in North Borneo in signing the treaty of 1878 recognizing the Spanish sovereignty over “Jolo and its dependencies.” North Borneo was never considered a dependency of Jolo. However, the British Government ignored the reminder and still annexed the territory of North Borneo as a Crown Colony on July 10, 1946. This was in spite of the fact that the British Government was aware of the decision made by the High Court of North Borneo on December 19, 1939, that the successor of the Sultan in the territory of Sabah was the Government of the Philippine Islands and not Great Britain.

On September 12, 1962, during President Diosdado Macapagal's administration (the father of the present Philippine president, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo), the territory of North Borneo, and the full sovereignty, title and dominion over the territory were ceded by the then reigning Sultan of Sulu, HM Sultan Muhammad Esmail E. Kiram I, to the Republic of the Philippines. The cession effectively gave the Philippine government the full authority to pursue their claim in international courts. The Philippines broke diplomatic relations with Malaysia after the federation had included Sabah in 1963. It was revoked in 1989 because succeeding Philippine administrations have placed the claim in the back burner in the interest of pursuing cordial economic and security relations with Kuala Lumpur.

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As an expression of generosity, the Tigum Bol-anon sa Tibuok Kalibutan (TBTK) headed by Ma. Elizabeth Veloso-Garcia, chairperson, through the Mrs. Bohol International 2009 pageant spearheaded by Councilor Anne Mariquit Derikito-Oppus, turned over the donation of P150,000.00 to the Bohol Crisis Intervention Center (BCIC) which gives temporary shelter to battered women and abused children, as one if its beneficiaries. The BCIC is a government facility that started operations in March 2002, according to center manager Carmelita M. Tecson. Holding the donation are Provincial Board Member Aster Apalisok-Piollo and newly-crowned Mrs. Bohol International 2009 Rosario Bunac-Soy (third and fourth from left, respectively) witnessed by Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Constancia O. Tunacao, Councilor Oppus, Tecson and Beatriz Balatero, TBTK Board of Trustees. (Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin)

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2 YOUNG BOHOLANAS IN TIANJIN, CHINA FOR INTERNATIONAL MATH OLYMPIAD, AUGUST 9 TO 13, 2009[/img]
 
Message: 2 young Boholanas set to join China math olympiad



Two (2) young Boholanas had been officially identified to be among the Philippine representatives to the 2009 China Primary Math Olympiad scheduled in Tianjin City, China on August 9 to 13, 2009. They are 12-year-old AJ Wincielou Johanna A. Gabin and 10-year-old Eloisa Jean S. Remoreras, products of the Mathematics Teachers Guild (MTG) – Bohol Center.

Gabin, a Grade 6 pupil of Holy Spirit School when she first joined the MTG training program sessions last school year, is now a first year HS student at the Tagbilaran City Science High School (TCSHS). She is the only child of Engr. Jerome John J. Gabin and Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao. On the other hand, Remoreras, presently a Grade 5 pupil of the Victoriano D. Tirol – Advanced Learning Center (VDT-ALC), is the eldest child of Engr. Emerito Remoreras and Josefina Sarmiento. They have been selected from the many qualifiers and alternates from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao who endured and showed impressive performance during the one month intensive MTG – Philippines training at the DEECO Technological Institute in Pasig City from April 15 to May15, 2009.

Other members of the Philippine delegation are students from San Beda College-Alabang (Muntinlupa City), Southville International School (Las Piñas City), Colegio de San Agustin (Biñan, Laguna), Philippine Institute of Quezon City, Philadelphia School (Quezon City), Maximo Estrella Elementary School (Makati City), Integrated Montessori Center (Taguig City), Tenement Elementary School (Taguig City), St. Stephen's High School (Manila), St. Elizabeth Seton School (Imus, Cavite), Solomon Integrated School (Iloilo City), Trinity Christian School (Bacolod City), Integrated Montessori Center (Taguig) City, Grace Christian College (Quezon City), Zamboanga Chong Hua High School (Zamboanga City), Ateneo de Davao University (Davao City), Blessed Lights International Christian Academy (Naga City), La Salle Academy (Iligan City), Kong Hua School (Cagayan de Oro City), St. Simon Montessori School (Calamba City), St. John's Institute (Bacolod City), Pasig Catholic College (Pasig City), Silliman University (Dumaguete City), West Visayas State University (Iloilo City), Philippine Cultural College (Manila), Cavite School of Life (Bacoor, Cavite), Guinobatan East Central School (Guinobatan, Albay), St. Augustine's School (Iba, Zambales), Iloilo Central Commercial High School (Iloilo City), Xavier School (San Juan City), SPED - ISEC (Iloilo City), St. Stephen's High School (Manila), Children Intergrated School of Alta Tierra ( Iloilo City), and Iloilo Central Commercial High School (Iloilo City). MTG’s PIO Man Fai Anthony Ang, will accompany the group as team leader of the Philippine delegation.

Moreover, fellow trainees Timothy Carlo Racho (Bohol International Learning Center) and James Okusa (VDT-ALC) have also been chosen for Singapore’s international math competition and China’s high school level math olympiad, respectively. All four (4) of them had been under Dr. Jose Ceberte and Omar Remendado in the MTG-Bohol Center, one of the 37 centers in the entire country. MTG trainees had given honor to the Philippines after winning in international math competitions held in the United States of America, Canada, South Africa, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, India and other countries, while at the same time they explored boundless possibilities to enhance their mathematical ability and giftedness. (jfcrwacc)

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HSS alumni association gears up for “Balik–Kalingawan sa Madre”


* 7:00 a.m.   - REGISTRATION OF ALUMNI

   
* 8:00 a.m.    - THANKSGIVING MASS - HSS Auditorium
                           
        Choir: High School Class 1980 (care: Ms. Anne Mariquit D. Oppus)


* 9:00 a.m.    - MOTORCADE   

Jump-off Point: HSS
Route - > Gallares Street > J.S. Torralba Street > Sarmiento Street > J.A. Clarin Street > Sikatuna Avenue (Island City Mall) > J.A. Clarin Street > Tamblot Street > CPG Avenue > Maria Clara Street > Remolador Street > Back to HSS


* 9:30 am to 12:00 noon

   - OPENING PROGRAM AND RAFFLE DRAWS

   - OPENING OF THE SCHOOL FAIR - HSS Pentagon

   - GALLERY VIEW (Ticketed) (care: Sister Mary Judith Abrea, SSpS)

   - SCHOOL FAMILIARIZATION TOUR (care: Ms. Louella R. Husain)

      - BATTLE OF THE SEXES (care: Ms. Anne Mariquit D. Oppus)


* 12:00 noon - LUNCH


* 1:00 p.m. - AFTERNOON BREAK


* 6:00 p.m. - RAGDOLLS ALL-FEMALE BAND PRESENTATION (care: Ms. Louise D. Oppus)

                    - POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF HSS VISION-MISSION-GOALS


*7:00 p.m.  - “PLAY FOR YOU” BAND PRESENTATION


* 7:30 p.m. - AFTER DINNER PROGRAM - HSS Pentagon

HSS TBTK HOMECOMING
“BALIK –KALINGAWAN SA MADRE”
July 23, 2009 – 7:30 in the evening
Programme
Invocation                  - Selected GS and HS Teachers
Philippine National Anthem         
Bohol Hymn
“WELCOME” Dance Medley            - HSS (Bohol) Alumni Association Officers with
                                                                                                       Dr. James Sombrio and Ms. Teresita Pernia - Reyes
Welcome Messages               - Ms. Baby Garcia - Collins
                         President, HSSAA (Bohol)

- Sister Celestina Tangan
       School Director, HSS
Dance Presentation               - Grade School Teachers
Presentation of HSS Alumni King and Alumni Queen 2009 Candidates (Care: Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin)
Vocal Solo                  
Ballroom Medley               - High School Teachers
Coronation of Alumni King and Alumni Queen 2009    - Dr. James Sombrio, Alumni King
                       Ms. Teresita Pernia – Reyes, Alumni Queen

                                   Assisted by:

                                                                  President, HSS FPTA

Alumni Presentations by Different Batches               
Ballroom and Disco Dancing with the “Play For You” Band
Mass Singing of Alumni Song “Truth in Love”


Spearheading the activity are the HSS Alumni officers:

HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION


At the helm of the preparations are Wilfilda ‘Baby’ Garcia – Collins, president; Socorro Pernia – Pizarras, vice-president; Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin, secretary; Rosalina Rara – Sarabosing, assistant secretary; Socorro Espina Calceta, treasurer;  Zenaida  Uy, assistant treasurer; Gilberto Rocha Lumayag, auditor;  Restituta  Rara – Tejido and Nazareno T. Ello, Samuel Bautista Cal,  Judge Dionisio R. Calibo, Jr., Louella Rabuya Husain, Jade Trabajo – Nuera,  Anne Mariquit Derikito – Oppus, Estelita  Gonzaga – Ocampo, Jerry Joseph Azcona Lim, Sister Mary Judith Abrea, SSpS, alumni coordinator, Archenette Remolador – Evangelio, alumni staff.

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BOHOL SANDUGO FESTIVAL STREETDANCING GUIDELINES - DEADLINE IS ON JULY 6, 2009 / COMPETITION IS ON JULY 26, 2009
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BOHOL SANDUGO FESTIVAL 2009
SANDUGO STREET DANCING GUIDELINES


Sandugo Streetdancing 2009 is an open competition for all groups in the Province of Bohol and the City of Tagbilaran. Theme for this years’ SANDUGO is “Panag-hiusa sa Kaliwat, Kalamboan sa Tanan".

COMPOSITION
• A group is composed of sixty [60] and a maximum of one hundred [100] participants of any sex, including the instrumentalists who may participate in the dance.

• Included in the maximum number is the guidon bearer who carries the banner or placard identifying the group.

CHOREOGRAPHY
• The choreography should include a ritual which depict of Boholano dance customs, traditions, or way of life [blood compact, weddings, fiesta, etc.] or authentic use of foreign dance, idioms, and traditions. In the use of foreign based movements, the important criterion is authenticity based on cultural research.

• Choreographer must be knowledgeable of the dance or music traditions of foreign culture being presented in the competition..

MUSIC
• Any musical instrument maybe used; canned music is allowed.

• Criteria under music include the use of Boholano music, rhythms and tradition, use of creative music scoring, creativity and originality and dynamic use of rhythm and melody in the composition. Songs and chants maybe used.

• A plus factor will be added on the use of indigenous instrument using indigenous materials. In the use of foreign music, authenticity in the use of foreign of foreign music to portray foreign culture must be observed. Because of this, the use of canned/taped music is allowed but blended with live music.

PRODUCTION DESIGN
• In the production design, it includes use of Boholano design, motifs, images, materials, and textiles found in the Bohol environment, creativity and originality, and dynamic use of design principles like harmony, balance, composition, contrast, focus and variation level.

• In the portrayal of foreign cultures, authenticity in the use of visual elements from a foreign culture is a major criterion [ crafts, costumes, visual arts, motifs,etc,]

• Props and paraphernalia maybe used during the parade and in the dance showdown/ competition. The props must not be higher than l2 ft.and the use of float is allowed.

• In the presentation, free interpretation is used both in Boholano tradition or portrayal of foreign culture.

STREET DANCING PARADE
• All dancers and instrumentalists must participate in the street dancing parade.

• The parade is non-stop and no backstep is to be executed by any of the participants.

• Three judging areas will be designated by the committee and no ritual that hinders the flow of the parade is allowed.

DANCE SHOWDOWN
• The full performance at the CPG Sports Complex should observe the time limit which is a maximum of eight [8] minutes but not below five minutes performance including setting of props, entrance and exit of participants.

• Time is counted at the start of music and on the first movement, and ends at last movement, first step of exit.

• Timer on stage will raise a white flag to signal start and on the eighth minute, the timer will raise the red flag to signal the end.

• Each contingent shall designate its own timer to coordinate with the stage timer.

• One [1] point for every thirty [30] second overtime will be deducted from total score in performance. Stage timer shall advice the result of the time consumed.

• In cases not covered by the rules and regulations, the Judging Committee is empowered to promulgate the decision.


GUIDELINES FOR JUDGING
• There will be two sets of judges/ judging;
Criteria for judging during the street dancing parade.
Criteria for judging at the grounds for dance showdown.

• In every judging area, there will be judges assigned and the same will judge during the full performance of the dance competition.

• The judges will elect among themselves the chairman of the Board of Judges who shall preside in the deliberation of the results and will announce the winners during the awarding ceremonies.

• The judges will employ a ranking system (raw scores will be converted into ranks).

• In case of a tie, the contingent that gets the most number of higher ranks will be declared as the frontrunner.

• The decision of the judges shall be final and unappealable.

CRITERIA FOR STREET DANCING PARADE
A. Dance presentation 90% (weighted ranks)
Performance 30%
Choreography 30%
Costume 20%
Music 20%
100%

B. Street Dance Performance 10% (weighted ranks)
Energy level 40%

(Endurance & sustained quality performance)

Parade dance steps 30%

(choreography of progressive movements)

Orderliness 30%

(discipline, clarity of formation and effective use of props
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100%
Total Weighted Ranks 100%


INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRAINERS/COACHES OF CONTINGENTS

• All participating groups should send their trainers/coaches/or choreographers to attend the meeting tentatively set on July 10,2009 at 2:00 pm. at Tagbilaran City Hall for briefing & orientation.

• Another meeting will be scheduled for the drawing of lots to determine the placement of groups in the Street Dancing parade and the sequence of the contest in the showdown.

• Sketch map will be given to coaches/trainors for their guidance. The committee shall have the right to determine the placement of any group not represented in the meeting for the final briefing. Assembly of all participating contingents is at l1:00 a.m. on July 26, 2009 at the Tagbilaran City Port.

PRIZES

CHAMPION 200,000.00 & Trophy
FIRST RUNNER-UP 150,000.00 & Trophy
SECOND RUNNER-UP 100,000.00 & Trophy

In addition, special awards and other prizes will be given.

OTHERS:
• Giving of subsidy in the amount of thirty thousand pesos (P30,000.00) will be done immediately after the submission of entry form. Deadline for submission is on July 6, 2009.

• To protect the interest of the Sandugo Festival sponsors, the Streetdancing Committee reserves the right to disallow the participation of entries directly sponsored by companies/entities in competition with lock-out sponsors.

• For inquiries, please contact Ms. Carmen C. Gatal or Mr. Dave Maulas at BSFI Office No. 038-235-5497 or 09177071637 or 09067357736.

THE COMMITTEE



POSTED BY:

FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO - GABIN
CITY INFORMATION OFFICER, CITY GOVERNMENT OF TAGBILARAN
TAGBILARAN CITY, BOHOL, PHILIPPINES


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MISS BOHOL SANDUGO 2009 GUIDELINES AND MECHANICS - DEADLINE IS ON JUNE 13, 2009 /PAGEANT IS ON JULY 18, 2009
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MISS BOHOL SANDUGO 2009
Rules and Regulations Governing the Pageant

Qualifications:

She must :
1. be a female of good moral character as duly certified by the Punong Barangay where she is residing;
2. be at least seventeen (17) yrs. of age and not older than twenty-three (23) on the day of the pageant;
3. be single, never been married and not a parent;
4. be of Boholano descent;
5. be at least 5’3” tall;
6. be at least a high school student;
7. possess beauty of face and figure;
8. have good poise and pleasant personality

Rules and Regulations

a. A candidate must be sponsored by any of the following where she belongs:
1. Boholano organization/foundation/firm/association;
2. municipal or city government
3. school/university

She may also be sponsored by:
1. a civic group
2. a private business establishment

For representatives of civic/non-government organization/private business establishment, a letter of endorsement is required stating its official candidacy and duly signed by the resident/head/manager.

b. There shall be only one (1) candidate per sponsor.

c. Application for the beauty pageant shall be in writing and signed by the candidate, her parent or guardian and her sponsor, which once accepted by the Committee shall have the force and effect of a contract between the signatories and the Miss Bohol Sandugo Committee.

d. A candidate must at her own expense or at the expense of the sponsor be willing to pay participation/registration fee either in cash or check payable to Bohol Sandugo Foundation, Inc. (BSFI) in the amount of P 6,000.00 .

e. An application shall not be deemed submitted unless the following are attached thereto, to wit:

Duly accomplished Miss Bohol Sandugo entry form
Photocopy of birth certificate
3 copies of half body glamour shot colored photograph 4” x 6” in size;

f. Judging shall be solely based on the following criteria:
1. Beauty of face and figure - 40%
2. Carriage, poise & personality - 30%
3. Intelligence & wit - 20%
4. Talent - 10%
TOTAL - 100%


g. The pageant shall be divided into four parts:

1. Production number
2. Swimsuit competition
3. Gown competition
4. Interview portion

The Talent competition shall be held on a separate date but prior to the pageant night. The presentation of the talent shall heed the following guidelines:

Each candidate shall be given a maximum of five (5) minutes of her presentation. A warning (bell) shall be made to signal the time limit. Every 30-second excess in the time of performance will mean a one (1) point deduction.

The presentation shall be subject to screening by the pageant committee to ensure a wholesome number.

The judges must not be in anyway related to any of the candidates.

The judges’ decision shall be made public only on the pageant night.

h. The candidate and/or her sponsor shall provide/take care of

1. the gown, shoes or sandals and accessories to be used during the pageant;
2. casual wear during visits, rehearsals and swimsuit pictorials;
3. costume and props for her talent presentation;

i. The candidates shall be judged in two (2) instances:

During the pre-pageant night (Talent and Swimwear Competition) on July 11, 2009 (Saturday) and during the pageant night on July 18, 2009 (Saturday) at 8 o’clock in the evening.

j. Minor Awards shall be given on the following aspects:
Best in Production Number
Best in Gown Design
Best in Swimsuit
Best in Gown
Miss Talent
Miss Friendship
Miss Photogenic
Darling of the Press
Awards given by sponsors, if any

k. Deadline for the submission of entries/application shall be on June 13, 2008 (Friday). All entries shall be submitted to:

MS. MARY ANNE MICHELLE O. PORTICOS
Botika sa Katawhan
City Health Bldg.
411-3891/ 235-5175/ 253-5497/ 09179849555

l. All candidates must appear in person for the screening on JUNE 13, 2009 (Saturday) at the Mayor’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor of the New City Hall Building. Wearing of casual wear, preferably mini-skirt and sleeveless top, is advised

m. For inquiries, please contact Miss Mary Anne Michelle Porticos, Chairman of the Miss Bohol Sandugo Committee, at 411-3891/235-5175/235-5497 or 09179849555


POSTED BY:


FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO - GABIN
CITY INFORMATION OFFICER, CITY GOVERNMENT OF TAGBILARAN
TAGBILARAN CITY, BOHOL, PHILIPPINES



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CSC career service prof, sub-prof exams on July 26, application deadline set June 10

by Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin
    
    Once again, Tagbilaran City, along with other testing centers in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao will be the venue of the Career Service Examinations Paper and Pencil Test (PPT) for professional (second level) and sub-professional (first level) to be conducted by the Civil Service Commission on July 26, 2009.

Interested applicants can secure and file their applications at the Civil Service Commission (CSC) – Bohol Field Office, Dampas District, Tagbilaran City, with telephone number 501-7046, the City Human Resource Management Office at the Tagbilaran City Hall or any municipal HRMO. They can also download the form from the CSC website - www.CSC.gov.ph. Deadline for application is June 10. If there are already enough number of applicants, applications may no longer be accepted before the deadline. Examination fee is P350.00.

Requirements are the properly accomplished application form (CSC Form No. 100-A, revised in 2005), four (4) latest and identical passport-size (1 ½” X 2”) I.D. pictures with full name tag including the surname, first name and middle initial taken within three (3) months before the date of filing of the application (scanned, photocopied of computer-generated pictures are not accepted. The name tag must not be computer generated), any valid I.D. such as driver’s license, Social Security System ID, current office ID, Postal ID, or valid passport which contains the applicant’s picture, signature, date of birth and the signature of the authorized head of the issuing agency, a photocopy of which to be attached to the approved application form. This will serve as reference for room examiners on the day of exam.

Applicants are advised to check carefully whether they meet the admission requirements stated below. Only those who meet the admission requirements should apply for the examination, otherwise, their applications shall be disapproved and the admission fees paid shall be forfeited:
at least 18 years of age on the date of filing of application;
must be Filipino citizens; must be of good moral character;
have not been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude, or of disgraceful or immoral conduct, dishonesty, examination irregularity, drunkenness or addiction to drugs;  and have not been dishonorably discharged from military service or dismissed for cause from any civilian positions in the government.

 Applicants with pending administrative and/ or criminal cases may take the examination and will be conferred the eligibility of they successfully pass the same. However, this is without prejudice to the outcome of their pending cases. If they are found guilty of grave offenses, their eligibility shall be forfeited based on the penalties stated in the decision and pursuant to Section 58 (a) of the Uniform Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Cases in the Civil Service and the CSC Resolution No. 010659, dated March 22, 2001; and

have not taken the same level of CS examination in less than three (3) months or have not failed the same examination for four (4) times.

For the Career Service Professional, the examinations will cover the following subject areas:– In English and Filipino; vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, analogy logic and numerical reasoning Career Service Sub-Professional – In English and Filipino; vocabulary, grammar and correct usage, paragraph organization, reading comprehension, spelling, clerical operations, and numerical reasoning. Both professional and sub-professional levels of the examinations will have general information on the following areas: Philippine Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (Republic Act 5713), Peace and Human Rights Issues and Concepts, and Environmental Management and Protection. The passing grade is 80%.

On examination day, applicants should bring their notice of admission or examination permit;
lead pencil/s (No. 1 or 2) and erasers/s; ballpen (blue or black); the same valid ID cards (Current Office ID, Driver’s License, Social Security System ID, BIR ID, Postal ID, Valid Passport) presented during the application stage.(Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin)

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Philippine Business News / Re: Owner of Via Bohol Tourist Inn Murdered
« on: March 16, 2009, 02:48:18 AM »
How sad! HOW TRAGIC!

To think that my husband and I had good memories of the late Victor Taray.

The place where we live along Graham Avenue is  just a few meters from Via Bohol. He even gave us a complimentary overnight stay for my husband, Jerome, our daughter Cielo and me as gift on our 10th wedding anniversary. And he was kind and very accommodating everytime we went to Via Bohol.

May his soul rest in peace...

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BOHOL EXHIBITORS JOIN NATIONAL TRADE FAIR,MARCH 12-15, SMX CONVENTION CENTER,MALL OF ASIA,PASAY CITY

THREE (3) EXHIBITORS FROM THE PROVINCE OF BOHOL ARE PART OF THE NATIONAL TRADE FAIR WHICH STARTS ON THE 12TH TO THE 15TH OF MARCH AT THE MALL OF ASIA, PASAY CITY.

THE BOHOL BEADS AND FIBERS OF INABANGA (OWNED BY THE FAMILY OF PROVINCIAL BOARD MEMBER JOSEPHINE SOCORRO JUMAMOY), TAMING LOOMWEAVERS MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE OF DANAO, AND TUBIGON MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE WILL SHOWCASE SOME OF THE BEST RAFFIA PRODUCTS OF BOHOL.

THE NATIONAL TRADE FAIR IS AN ANNUAL ACTIVITY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY (DTI) WITH ITS PARTNER-AGENCIES BRINGING TO THE FORE THE FINEST FOOD PRODUCTS, FURNITURES, FASHION ACCESSORIES AND OTHER ITEMS FROM THE 17 REGIONS OF THE COUNTRY.

WITH THE BOHOL EXHIBITORS IS ENGR. JEROME JOHN JUMAWAN GABIN, SENIOR TRADE AND INDUSTRY SPECIALIST (STIDS) FROM THE DTI-BOHOL PROVINCIAL OFFICE.

MARIA ELENA C. ARBON IS THE DTI-BOHOL PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR, WHILE BOHOLANA ASTER CABERTE LEADS THE CENTRAL VISAYAS REGIONAL DTI OFFICE BASED IN CEBU CITY.


FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO-GABIN
City Information Officer, City Government of Tagbilaran
Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines

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UB HYGEIANS ‘90 GRAND REUNION, JULY 16-18, 2009, TAGBILARAN CITY, BOHOL, PHILIPPINES
Dear Classmates,

We hope this letter finds you happy and doing well! Isn’t it amazing that we have been away from the University of Bohol 19 years? It has been such a long time since we have seen one another: from meeting at the lobby, sneaking down the stairwell near the dean’s office, passing each other by from the registrar’s office, sitting in the classroom staring at the person you wanted to get to know soooo badly - to meeting outside!!! (You know what we mean!!!) Those were the days.............

It’s time to go back, so mark your calendars now for July 16-18, 2009, and plan to meet your fellow ubhygeians 90 in Bohol, to a time of fun, reminiscing, and long-lasting memories. There will be all sorts of activities for us to attend. Some of us have not seen one another since graduation, so let’s really try to make it back to the place of our humble professional beginnings in July!
 
Amor Lamdagan Bogwill, Annabelle Ceniza Annunciado, Jessica Madrinan Mancari, Cora Regonas Larawan, Cecille Estrera, MaryAnn Caballo Makilan, Joshua Pahang, Sylvia Beronio Naldoza and yours truly, are hard at work reaching out to classmates and planning our special celebration..
 
Here are the schedule highlights for our class as planned thus far:
 
July 16
   7:30am- 8 am Assembly time
   8 am-9 am Breakfast and Registration (Metro Center)
   10 am -11 am - Mass at Baclayon Church
   12 noon -1 pm Lunch at Loboc River
   1 pm - 6pm Continue with Tour Sagbayan Peak and Chocolate Hills
   8pm- midnight Special Night (Disco/Ballroom dancing/Karaoke,Inuman) at Bohol Tropics
 
July 17
   9 am - 11 am Audience with the Dean UB College Nursing to present our donation, CPR Models. (This depends how much money we raise minus expenses)
   12 noon - 4pm Lunch get together at Bohol Bee Farm (Just us)
   6 pm - 7 pm Cocktails
   7 pm - Midnight Gala Night/ Formal Dinner with Families (Venue to be determined)
 
July 18 - Family Day /Beach Get together Dumaluan Beach
 
We know there are many other classmates who have connections to other classmates that we will be unable to reach. We ask that you share this information with them all, who may want to join us in this reunion.
 
This is a special opportunity for us to commemorate our experience at the University of Bohol with a gift which represents a sum total of our classmates’ donations to the UB College of Nursing. Please give thoughtful consideration to participating in this effort to help future Nurses learn something from the gifts we give back to our former school.
 
Our class needs your support! Your contributions/donations provide important funding for our reunion activities. In recognition, each classmate who gives a contribution/donation will receive a CD of our Grand Class Reunion, irregardless of whether you attend. Please send your contributions or donations to Jessica Madrinan Mancari and/or Cora Regonas Larawan who have a bank account opened for our class/group. You can send them messages thru their friendster account.
 
For updates on reunion planning, please keep up with the bulletin here at friendster. We have more members here than the other webgroups we have.

If you have questions, or are interested in working on our reunion, please let us know. Post a comment or bulletin here at friendster.. Your participation is what will make our reunion great. We hope you will join us for a wonderful reunion weekend.
 
 
Yours truly,
 
Vincent A. Naldoza   

POSTED BY:

FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO-GABIN

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Bohol Latest News / 31 Years of Marital Bliss for the Abapos
« on: March 08, 2009, 01:56:50 PM »
31 YEARS OF MARITAL BLISS FOR THE ABAPOS. Provincial Administrator Tomas Dahab Abapo Jr. and wife Ubay Sangguniang Bayan Member Roselima Cuyno Abapo (fifth and sixth from left, respectively) celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary at their family residence in Laya, Baclayon last March 4 with close friends and colleagues attending. The union is blessed with two children. Val Anthony, the eldest, is working at Innove/ Globe Communications in Cebu City. Dale Rose, the youngest, married to Engr. Carlo Jimena Aranas, is connected with the Canadian Embassy in Makati City. Among the well-wishers shown in photo are Gov. Erico B. Aumentado, Vice-Gov. Julius Caesar F. Herrera, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources’ Leo Bongalos with wife Baby, Wealthbank manager and Engr. Jerome John J. Gabin of Department of Trade and Industry-Bohol with better-half Fiel Angeli, City Information Officer. (Cielog)

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Sarah Geronimo at Peacock Garden REsort, Bohol for Sony Ericsson Victory Party, March 4

Based on reports from a very reliable source, ABS-CBN's " A very Special Love" and "You Changed My Life" Box Office Star, ASAP and "Little Big STar" tv host, commercial model and recording artist Sarah Geronimo, will perform at the Peacock Garden Resort in Bohol on wednesday, March 4, for the Victory Party of Sony Ericsson.

Also to perform in the same show with Sarah are Bohol's Cultural Gems, The Loboc Children's Choir and The Alicia Bamboo Ensemble.

Venue is the Posh European-Mediterranean inspired Peacock Garden Resort, set amidst the breath-taking landscape of Laya, Baclayon, Bohol.

The Resort is owned by German Philanthropist Hans Schoof and Madam Lani Amora Jubac- Schoof.

I do remember, two weeks ago, my writer-artist friend Michael Yu, in his text message, was the first one to tell me about the corporate event.

Michael Yu was also the person who invited me to be the commentator of the 50th wedding anniversary of Ma'am Lani's parents which he and Joseph Ven "Boy" Dumadag coordinated on My 25, 2008 which gave me the opportunity to visit the beautiful Peacock Garden Resort for the very first time, and then the second time with mama Wincie, Michael and Boy for Ma'am Lani's exclusive dinner invitation. (faeagabin)

P.S. According to some people, Sarah' s manager was so 'strict' so as not to allow picture taking na tagsa-tagsa with Sarah, but has to be in groups. Pa-presyo na maybe because she is afterall the 'blockbuster' princess in Philippine cinema...

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Acording to sources, Kris, with James, Joshua, Baby James and the nanny went to Chocolate Hills, Loboc for the river cruise, Clarin Ancestral House in Loay, Aproniana (did I get the spelling right?) souvenir shop in Baclayon, probably Baclayon Church, Bohol Bee Farm in Dao, Dauis,  Angel's Basket at the corner of Gallares Street and Maria Clara Street (near the wharf) to buy some 'pasalubong' and then to the Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Worker to pray before they headed for the airport for their return flight to Manila on the 15th of February, which according to my husband, is James Yap's birthday.

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Hi, Lumine!

I don't know how to post photos here jud.

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BOHOL’S RICHELL ANGALOT, 1ST RUNNER-UP, BINIBINING PILIPINAS 2009

Richell “Rich Asuncion” Pacaldo Angalot of Tagbilaran City, indeed, belongs to this year’s premier crop of beauties of Binibining Pilipinas when she was adjudged first runner-up in last night’s pageant. The 20-year-old talent of GMA-7 was also given the Miss Talent for her “One Night Only” song and dance number, Miss Natasha Beauty and Miss Araneta Center Shoppers’ Choice awards. Rich was trained by Bb. Pilipinas – World 2006 Anna Maris Arcay Igpit from Panglao, Bohol.

Newly-crowned Bb. Pilipinas - International 2009 Melody Gersbach will represent the country to the Miss International tilt in Macau, China and Tokyo, Japan. As Bb. Pilipinas - Universe 2009, Pamela Bianca Manalo will travel to the Fantasy Island in the Bahamas for the Miss Universe pageant, while Bb. Pilipinas - World 2009 winner Marie-Ann Umali will be in South Africa to compete with ladies from other continental beauties for the Miss World crown late this year.

Other winners of the special awards were Pamela Bianca Manalo (Miss Natasha, Best in Swimsuit, Miss Philippine Airlines and Manila Bulletin Readers’ Choice awards), Mary Ann Umali (Miss Photogenic and Best in Long Gown) and Priscilla Mae Honorio (Miss Salsa Jeans). Earlier in the competition, the candidates gave justice to their gowns by Cumbia.

Leading the distinguished panel of judges was Supreme Court Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban, with Brazilian Ambassador Alcides Prades, Pakistani Ambassador Muhammad Naeen Kahn, Gen. Alexander B. Yano, Rizal Gov. Casimiro Ynares III, world-renowned artist Betsy Westendorp, Bernd Schneider, Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz, businessman Arturo Marquez, PBA star Mark Cardona, actor-commercial model-TV host Richard Gomez and singer-actress-TV host Regine Velasquez.

As part of the schedule, Bb. Pilipinas - International 2008 Patricia Fernandez, Bb. Pilipinas - Universe 2008 Jennifer Barrientos and Bb. Pilipinas - World 2008 Danielle Castano led the candidates during the outreach activity at Habitat for Humanity and the Payatas community where they shared food with the destitute children, allowing the ladies to have a feel of being ambassadors of beauty and goodwill.

Not only was the pageant a glamorous showcase of the symbols of charm and pulchritude of the many decades of Binibining Pilipinas, but it was a fitting tribute to the 45 glorious years of the competition, especially former Miss Universe title holders Gloria Diaz and Margarita Moran Floirendo and erstwhile Miss International Aurora Pijuan.

Madam Stella Marquez de Araneta chairs the Binibining Pilipinas executive committee. Together with her are Asia’s fashion czar and symbol of national artistic design Jose ‘Pitoy’ Moreno, Conchitina Sevilla-Bernardo and Manny Atacador. Organized in 1964, the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. continues to work for the cause of orphan children and the families whose existence are threatened by poverty while it remains to be the hallmark of the best and the beautiful who will bring the country’s name to the international beauty pageant arena. (Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao - Gabin)

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HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL GRADE 6 LEVEL PTA MEDICAL MISSION-MASS FEEDING,KAINSIKAN,MANGA,TAGBILARAN(FEB.28) THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT!

BENEFICIARIES:

1.   Sofia Angel Malanog
2.   John Rexter Centina
3.   Reyna Ve Matuod
4.   Arnel Matuod
5.   Jeffrey Verula
6.   Gean May Mission
7.   Jie Ar Mission
8.   John Lloyd Banguis
9.   Van Corr Mission
10.   Felippe  Langie
11.   Roy Vincent Olbis
12.   Niña Cheryl Olbis
13.   Vanesa Mae Devinosa
14.   John Niño Centina
15.   Jun Rey Maraba
16.   Arnelie Jean Matuod
17.   Diana Palacio
18.   Jenice Em Cabaluna
19.   Gary Aguaviva
20.   Eddielyn Garces
21.   Francis Langie
22.   Albrich Bon Delusa
23.   Ponciana Delusa
24.   Lynde May Garces
25.   Alien Steve Dequiña
26.   Britney Mae Banguis
27.   Mary Joy Mission
28.   Mayren Elaisha Gumia
29.   Mary Nova Devinosa
30.   Josephine Aguaviva
31.   Wilmar Cevelos
32.   Jona Mission
33.   Angela Pitoy
34.   Regie Palacio
35.   Daniel Pacot
36.   Leonides Verula
37.   Arnold Matuod
38.   Marlou Mission
39.   LJ Aguaviva
40.   Earole Payot
41.   Angel Payot
42.   Sofronio Pitoy
43.   Janel Delusa
44.   Christine Delusa
45.   Leah Payot
46.   Junel Mission
47.   Necifora Layang
48.   Aida Montero
49.   Amelita Pandan
50.   Noralyn Payot
51.   Myrna Mission
52.   Buenaventura Delusa
53.   Mark Dexter Delusa
54.   Joan Marie Batac
55.   Francis Ruselle Humaynon
56.   Angel Caliñahan
57.   Silvana Pandan
58.   Dale Vincent Delusa
59.   Madelyn Mission
60.   Ismael Bajenting, Jr.
61.   Lady Bajenting
62.   Dionisia Bajenting
63.   Reymart Mission
64.   Aida Matuod
65.   Aida Cabaluna
66.   Jo Edna Verula
67.   John May Bajenting
68.   Lijah Mae Bajenting


HSS GRADE 6 LEVEL DOCTORS:
1.   Dr. Dorothy Gay Dumaluan (medicines)
2.   Dr. Zaldy Buac
3.   Dr. Araceli Samar
4.   Dr. Mayida R. Ybañez


HSS GRADE 6 LEVEL PTA AND PUPILS:
1.   Mariflor Amora – Ferre
2.   Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin
3.   Concepcion Dela Cruz Arboleras
4.   Maria Liza Borja Trabajo
5.   Carmelita B. Lagroma
6.   Merle N. Torayno
7.   Leonida C. Remolador
8.   Rafael R. Ybañez
9.   AJ Wincielou Johanna Araoarao Gabin
10.   Engr. Jerome John Jumawan Gabin


MEDICINE DONORS:
1.   Tootsie and Myrna Escobia


CAKE/ DOUGHNUT DONORS:
1.    Leonida Remolador
2.    Carmelita B. Lagroma
3.    Virgilia Magallanes Geñoso
4.    Mariflor Amora Ferre
5.    Mary Jane Ruiz
6.    Dunkin Donuts (Dennies Pascual T. Du)
   

CASH DONORS:
1.   Judge Suceso and Demetria Bongoyan Arcamo
2.   Blair and Nanette Namocatcat Panong
3.   Rowena Malalis Albaran
4.   Jerry Joseph and Juvy Sarmiento Lim
5.   Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ocampo
6.   Mr. and Mrs. Romulus Verula
7.   Mercy Jala Matalines
8.   Leonard and Vilsuette Jamisola Lingo
9.   Engr. Nelson and Nicefora Pepito Yu


MANGA BARANGAY OFFICIALS:
1.   Punong Barangay Leda S. Saco
2.   Kag. Buenaventura Delusa
3.   Kag. Marlon I. Delusa
4.   Kag. Ruel U. Bantug
5.   Kag. Felipe Tabanera
6.   Kag. Primo Ceballos
7.   Kag. Virgilia Sapong



MANGA BARANGAY HEALTH WORKERS:
1.   Nicefora Laya-og
2.   Carolina Mission
3.   Aida Montero
4.   Amelita Pandan
5.   Restituta Bruñidor
6.   Susana Delusa

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“BAYONG” DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PRODUCED 59 GRADUATES.  Who would ever think that the used-to-be simple, lowly “bayong” (bawjot to Boholanos) could offer effective solutions to the country’s economic and environmental problems, at the same time, make people preserve their cultural heritage? With the impact of the global economic crisis being felt strongly by the Filipinos, the national government, through the Department of Trade and Industry, is embarking on a new advocacy project which aims to address poverty. Also, in the recent times, the country has been flooded with plastics or synthetic fabrics imported from China which have taken a toll on the local industries, hence, “Project Bayong” was conceived. Gateway East Chief Executive Officer Cesar Cueto, DTI project partner, presented this rationale during two-day training on “bayong” development program conducted in San Jose, Talibon last February 24 and 25 which yielded 59 graduates from the barangays of San Jose, San Isidro and San Roque (second photo). During the first day, Department of Trade and Industry -7 Regional Director Aster C. Caberte, shown in the first photo observing the weavers during the basic skills and upgrading training, said that “Project Bayong,” intended to provide sufficient volumes of “bayong” as handy replacements for plastic bags utilizing the abundant raw materials in the regions as alternatives to non-biodegradable China-made items, is a sustainable anti-poverty program. Talibon Vice-Mayor Restituto Auxtero, speaking on behalf of Mayor Juanario Item, expressed the support of the local government unit for the program and thanked the project proponents for choosing Talibon as the pilot area. However, the beneficiaries will still undergo a series of product development and enhancement training as part of re-inventing “bayong” as a rural solution to urban living. Parallel to this is eradicating the negative biases of using “bayong” which include its image of being a poor man’s container, making one look provincial or old-fashioned. Coordinators are DTI-Bohol Division Chief Marisol Laxa-Balistoy and Engr. Jerome John J. Gabin, Senior Trade and Industry Development Specialist. (jeromefielcielogabin)
 

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REMEMBERING HOW CIELO AND I ‘CORNERED’ KRIS AQUINO FOR A PHOTO OP AT TAGBILARAN AIRPORT (FEB 15)

 Additional media mileage via ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel (TFC) was given to Bohol as Kris Aquino spent her 38th birthday last February 14 at the posh Eskaya Resort in Panglao. The movie actress-TV host-magazine publisher-writer-commercial model and youngest daughter of the late Sen. Benigno Aquino and former Philippine president Corazon Cojuangco Aquino, together with Purefoods basketball star-husband James Yap and sons Joshua and Baby James, Kris also took time to visit the popular tourist spots in Bohol. Before returning to Manila last Sunday, she had a live patch interview by actress-commercial model-TV host Ruffa Gutierrez and writer-PR and talent manager-TV host Boy Abunda in their weekly celebrity talk show “The Buzz,” where Kris made the announcement that she will be in Bohol for a family vacation. Photo shows Kris Aquino (center) with her family cornered for a souvenir snapshot by Bohol Tri-Media Association Member Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin with daughter Cielo at the Tagbilaran Airport terminal minutes before the celebrity headed towards the pre-departure area.



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