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PLDT TOPS 12 MOST PROFITABLE RP COMPANIES (FROM FBPFORUMS[/s])

PLDT continues to lord it over listed companies in the Philippines, topping once again the 2007 list of most profitable companies.  PLDT earned a net income of P36.0 Billion in 2007, 2.5% higher than its 2006 take.  A far second in the list is Ayala Corporation which cleared P16.2 Billion in net income, 33% more than its 2006 earnings.  However, two other Ayala companies, made it to the top 5. Globe Telecom earned P13.2 Billion and made it to #3 while BPI, the country’s most profitable bank, landed 5th with a net income of P10 Billion.  Henry Sy’s SM Investments Corp, made P10.0 Billion last year, good for #4 on the list.
12 Most Profitable Philippine Companies
 
#1   -  PLDT, P36.0 Billion
#2   -  Ayala Corporation Holding, P16.2 Billion
#3   -  Globe Telecom Services, P13.2 Billion
#4   -  SM Investments Corp.,  P12.0 Billion
#5   -  Bank of the Phil. Islands, P10.0 Billion
#6   -  Phil. National Oil Company, P8.65 Billion
#7   -  San Miguel Corporation, P 8.63 Billion
#8   -  JG summit Holdings, P 8.61 Billion
#9   -  Piltel, P 8.3 Billion
#10 -  APC Group, P 7.2 Billion
#11 -  Metrobank, P 7.0 Billion
#12 -  Banco de Oro, P 6.5 Billion
 POSTED BY:

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


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JULY 22 BOHOL DAY CULTURAL NIGHT,PROV’L.GOVERNMENT OF BOHOL THRU CCAD AT CITY HALL

‘GABII SA BOL-ANONG GARBO UG GAWI’

A CULTURAL SHOW SPONSORED BY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF BOHOL THROUGH THE CENTER FOR CULTURE AND ARTS DEVELOPMENT (CCAD)

VENUE: TAGBILARAN CITY HALL COMPOUND, TAGBILARAN CITY
DATE: JULY 22, 2008
TIME: 8:00 IN THE EVENING


PROGRAMME

> INVOCATION ‘MY PRAYER’         - MISS LYELL MAE CARTAGENAS
                    MR. NATHANIEL DEPOWIT

?   PHILIPPINE NATIONAL ANTHEM   - CAPITOL CHOIR
?   BOHOL HYMN
?   TAGBILARAN HYMN 

PART I – BAND CONCERT         - LOBOC AMBASSADOR YOUTH BAND

> INTERMISSION NUMBER ‘SAKAYANON’   - CAPITOL CHOIR

PART II – DANCE DRAMA         - DIWANAG DANCE THEATER AND CULTURAL
                     TROUPE
A.   HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF BOHOL

INTERMISSION NUMBER ‘AKO AY PILIPINO’   - MISS LYELL MAE CARTAGENAS
                        MR. NATHANIEL DEPOWIT

B.   â€˜BANIG BOL-ANON’

‘BOHOL KONG PINALANGGA’         - ALL PARTICIPANTS TO BE LED BY THE
                     CAPITOL CHOIR, WITH MADAM ENRIQUETA
BORJA-BUTALID CONDUCTING


FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO-GABIN
City Information Officer
Lady of Ceremonies

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Sandugo Regional Product and Raw Material Showcase
July 23-27, 2008 I  Island City Mall  I Tagbilaran City

(Thanks to Engr. Jerome John Jumawan Gabin, my husband, and Dr. Lucille Chagas Autentico, my friend, both from the Department of Trade and Industry - Bohol Office)


Event Calendar
July 23 (Wednesday)
     
2:30 PM    Press Conference
4.30 PM   Opening Ceremonies

July 24 (Thursday)
 
 8.30 AM   SME Day

July 25 (Friday)

2.00 PM   Product Presentation:
                     Emerging Tourist Destinations

5.30 AM   Inabanga Raffia Fashion Show (Designs by Salvador Malto)


July 26 (Saturday)

9.30 AM   Skills Demos:
                     Weaving and Craft
                     Skills of Central Visayas
   
 
2.00 PM   Band Showdown


SME Day Program
July 24 .   ICM Activity Center


8.30-9.00   Motorcade

9.00-9.15   Invocation
      Pambansang Awit
      Awit sa Bohol

Opening Remarks   RD Aster Caberte

9:15-9.45   Initiatives of the Bohol SMED Council

Message from National SMED-C      Joyce Yang, Visayas Representative to National SMED-C

Rationale of the SMED Plan         Norris Oculam, Chairman, Bohol SMED Council

Video Clip:  The Bohol Harmonized SMED Plan      
The Tatak Bohol Seal of Excellence      Nannette Arbon, Provincial Director, DTI-Bohol
Recognition of Bohol SMED-C Members

MOC Signing:  Support for Bohol SMED Plan (c/o Jess)

9.45 -10.00   Intermission Break
   
10.00-11.00   Launching: DTI-SMEDSEP Programs

About SMEDSEP         Asteria Caberte, Regional Director,  DTI-Region VII

Message on Partnerships      Mr. Volker Steigerwald, GTZ

Video Clip:  Bohol SMEDSEP Projects      
The SMEDSEP-CVSCAFT Project   Dr. Elpidio Magante, President, CVSCAFT

The SMEDSEP-CVSCAFT-Cebu GTH Fdn. Partnership Engr.  Ramir Bonghanoy, President, Cebu GTH Fdn.

The SMEDSEP-LRED Project      Ms. Emilia Roslinda, PROCESS-Bohol

MOA Signing:
   SMEDSEP-CVSCAFT –DTI
   SMEDSEP-CVSCAFT-GTH-DTI                   
   SMEDSEP-Abatan River Council-Cong. Chatto -DTI            
   SMEDSEP-Abatan River LGUs-DTI


SME Day Program . July 24 .   ICM Activity Center

11.00-12.00   Launching: SPIN Program

Video Clip:  The SPIN Program         

Talk Show:   Uplifting Lives Through Strategic Partnerships
       Panelists:        RD Aster Caberte
                       Mr.  Jennifer Cruz (33.3 Exports)
                Engr. Ramir Bonghanoy (Cebu GTH Fdn.)
       Col. Raoul Reyes (AFP)

      Host:   Jojie Villamor (DTI-Region VII)
 
MOA Signing:   DTI-Cebu GTH Fdn-Military (AFP)
                                                     

12.00      Launching: Bohol ICT Council (@Prawn Farm)
      SMEDSEP Luncheon Meeting

1.00-2.00   Intermission Break:  Estranghero Band/Tadiyandi


2.00-3.30   Launching:  Bohol Food Safety Team  (ITS SAFE Project)

Invocation
Pambansang Awit
Awit sa Bohol

Video Clip:  ITS SAFE Project

Talk Show:   The Food Safety Movement and Its Importance to Bohol’s Tourism
      Industry
        Panelists:      Gov. Erico Aumentado
                          Norris Oculam  (BCCI)
                          Fortunato Lim  (BCCI)
                          Pureza Chatto  (BCCI)
      Arnold Labunog (PROFOOD)
                          RD Asteria Caberte (DTI)

Presentation of Food Safety Team      

MOA Signing : BCCI-Bohol Food Safety Team


3.30-4.30   Entertainment  (Estranghero Band)

POSTED BY:

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


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HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL ELEM CLASS 1983 OUTREACH,TAGB CITY YOUTH REHAB CENTER,SUNDAY,JUNE 15(MAISSA)

Hi!
Sa mga batchmates nga gusto mo-uban sa atong Outreach Activity sa City Youth Rehabilitation Center  sa Cabawan next Sunday, June 15, 2008, assembly time is 9:00 AM sa HSS Information Area along Remolador St.  Lami kung daghan maka-apil unta.
NOTE:Please let the undersigned know if you are coming para mahibaw-an kung kinsa ang mga pa-aboton.
Sa mga naa’y sakyanan, pwede mo-hitch ang uban?   Unya BYOP pud ni (hehe). Unless naa gusto mo “sponsor” ug  snacks after the activity para sa mga volunteer batchmates.     Sa pagkakaron, wa pa nato hilabti ang P90,000 + sa bangko kay kani nga budget, mo-cover pa lang sa Day 1 sa atong reunion activities. Wa pa’y ni-abot nga budget for Days 2 and 3 (hehehehe).
Yesterday, the following items were bought  for the outreach activity (c/o Saloy and Maissa. Mo-uban unta si Fiel galling kay nag-emergency donation siya ug blood for her Papa sa hospital ):
- blankets, small towels, rubber slippers, shampoo, bath soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, laundry soap. Jollibee chicken joy will also be bought for the recipients on June 15.
Saloy and her  Dainty Snacks staff will re-pack the items into individual bundles of joy. Thanks ‘Loy.
See you,
maissa
 HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL
Elementary Class of 1983 and High School Class of 1987
Homecoming and Grand Reunion
Tagbilaran City
 
 
 
April 20, 2008
 

Dear Batchmates,


Hi! Kumusta na?  Hapit na atong grand reunion pohon!
 
After much brainstorming and careful deliberation during the series of pre-reunion meetings, i.e,. April 28, 2007 in Manila; July 12 and 18, 2007, and April 19, 2008 in Bohol, the Steering Committee has finally come up with the reunion details. 
           
With barely three months to go, it has been decided that for practical reasons, there will be ONE GRAND REUNION for both HSS Elementary Class of 1983 and High School Class of 1987 on July 18-20, 2008 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday).
 
We do hope to see you and your family on this momentous occasion of our 25th Anniversary as graduates of our Elementary Class and 21st Anniversary as alumnae of our High School Class.
 
Regarding contributions, everyone (whether attending or not) is welcome to donate/pledge any amount which will hopefully cover expenses for the food (fellowship luncheon with all school personnel, batch fellowship dinner, beach party with family), souvenir program, souvenir items, batch project for the school, outreach project, T-shirt, etc.  However, if not enough funds will be available, a minimal one-time registration fee will be collected.

We are also preparing our updated batch directory, souvenir program, and powerpoint presentation showcasing the “before” and “now” look of each and every one of us (whether coming or not for the reunion).  You can make this easy for us by sending us your recent solo photo (we will scan our old photos from our yearbook) and giving us your updated personal information. The reply slip, schedule of activities, and details of the latest meeting are presented hereafter.

Mahinangpon nga magpa-abot kami kanimo. Daghang salamat and God bless us all.
 
 
Very truly yours,
 
 
THE STEERING COMMITTEE INTERIM OFFICERS
Maria Nerissa L. Virtusio - Clarete (President)
Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao - Gabin (Vice-President for Elementary Affairs)
Marie Antonette C. Madrinan - Bolo (Vice-President for High School Affairs)
Rosalouise I. Pernia - Ungab (Secretary/Auditor)
Paulino P. Biloy, Jr. (Treasurer)
 

========REPLY SLIP MUST BE SENT ON OR BEFORE APRIL 30, 2008 =====
 
 (SEND  TO: maissa_v@yahoo. com or  fielangeli@yahoo. com, or  <hss_tagb_hs_ 1987@yahoogroups .com>, or
<hss-tagb-boholelementaryclassof1983 @yahoogroups. com>
 
 
 
TO THE STEERING COMMITTEE:
 
____ I am coming for our reunion on July 18-20, 2008.  Please reserve a reunion shirt with the ff.  size:   
____ Double Extra Large
                                                ____ Extra Large
                                                ____ Large
                                                ____ Medium
                                                ____ Small
 
____ I am not coming.  Reason (optional) ____________ _________ _________ _________ _
       
____ I am sending my recent picture
____ I am not sending my recent picture but I am giving you permission to have a copy of  my picture from   my Friendster /Facebook account_____ _________ _
 
        I am updating my personal information for our Batch Directory/Database as follows:
 
- Maiden Name-Surname/ Family Name. First Name:
- Work:                                                 Employer and Address:
- Office Phone Number:
- Home Address:
- Home Phone Number:
- Mobile Phone Number:
- Email Address:
 
 POSTED BY:

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


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NATL CSC CAREER SERVICE EXAM(PAPER&PENCIL TEST) SET JULY 27,DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:JUNE 27 AND GUIDELINES

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announces the conduct of the Career Service Examinations CSE) Paper and
Pencil Test (PPT) for both Professional (Second Level) and Sub-Professional (First Level) to establish a register of eligibles from which certification and appointment to the second and first level positions in the Civil Service shall be made, provided said eligibles meet the qualifications and other requirements of the positions.

Date of Examination and Deadline for Application

>March 9, 2008 (February 8, 2008)

>July 27, 2008 (June 27, 2008)

>Nov. 16, 2008 (October 16, 2008)

OTHER EXAMINATIONS: Foreign Service Officer?Examination (Qualifying Test) and Local Scholarship Program (Competitive Examination for Masteral Degree Course) – May 4, 2008  Career Executive Officer? Examination (Written Examination Stage) – June 8 Acceptance of applications shall be on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. Applications may no longer be accepted before the deadline if there are already enough number of applicants.

A. SCOPE OF THE EXAMINATIONS
The examinations will cover the following subject areas:  Career Service Professional –?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.

B. PASSING GRADE
To pass the test, the examinees should get a grade of at least 80.00.

C. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 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:
1) At least 18 years of age on the date of filing of application;
2) Must be Filipino citizens;
3) Must be of good moral character;
4) 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;
5) Have not been dishonorably discharged from military service or dismissed for cause from any civilian positions in the government;
6) 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
7) 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.

NOTE: THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY PASSED THE SAME OR A COMPARABLE LEVEL OF EXAMINATION (i.e. LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS GIVEN BY THE PROFESSIONAL REGULATIONS COMMISSION, AND THE BAR
EXAMINATION) NEED NOT APPLY.

D.APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. Applicants must accomplish properly the prescribed examination application form (CS Form No. 100,
Revised 2007).
2. Four (4) latest and identical (1 ½” x 2”) ID pictures with a full name tag that includes the surname, first name and middle initial taken within three (3) months before the date of filing of the application. Pictures that are scanned, photocopied or computer-enhanced are not accepted. Name tag should not be computer-
generated.
3. Any valid ID such as Driver’s License, SS ID, current Office ID, Postal ID, BIR ID or Valid Passport which contain the applicant’s picture, signature, birthdate, and the signature of the authorized head of
the issuing agency. Photocopy of the same should be attached to the approved application form to serve as
reference for Room Examiners on the day of the examination.
4. Examination fee of Php 350.00

E. WHERE TO GET AND FILE APPLICATION FORMS
Applications forms are available at any CSC Regional Offices and Field Offices. The same may be downloaded
from the CSC website: www.csc.gov.ph.

Applications forms may be reproduced, provided the same format is followed. Applicants may file their applications in any of the CSC Regional Offices or CSC Field Offices.

F. EXAMINATION PERMIT
Qualified applicants will be notified of their places of examination through a Notice of Admission or Examination
Permit. If the notice or permit is not received one (1) week before the examination date, the applicants must
personally verify the place of examination from the CSC Regional Office/Field Office where they filed
their application or may visit the CSC website, www.csc.gov.ph.


G. WHAT TO BRING ON EXAMINATION DAY
Applicants should bring the following on examination day:
1. Notice of Admission or Examination Permit
2. Lead Pencil/s (No. 1 or 2) and erasers/s
3. Ball Pen (Blue or Black)
4. 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.


IMPORTANT REMINDER:
If you have not received your notice Of assignment one (1) week before the examination, please inquire from the
Office where you filed your application. Failure to take the examination on your scheduled date will mean forfeiture of your examination fees. No request for re- scheduling is allowed.
PROHIBITION:
DO NOT bring cellular phones and materials other than those listed on Item G (What to bring on examination
day) of this Examination Announcement, otherwise, they will be confiscated by the Security Officers. The Commission will not be liable for the loss or damage of said belongings.
WARNINGS:
Any form of cheating in any civil service examination shall be considered a violation of REPUBLIC ACT9416 and any person found guilty shall be administratively and criminally liable. Those found ADMINISTRATIVELY LIABLE shall suffer the following penalties: For those in the government service, dismissal from the service with all
the accessory penalties of forfeiture of government benefits, cancellation of eligibility, bar from taking any
government examination, and perpetual disqualification from re-entering government service. For private
individuals, perpetual bar from entering government service and from taking any government examination.
Those found CRIMINALLY LIABLE shall be meted out the penalty of imprisonment of not less than six (6) years and one  day, but not more than twelve (12) years and a fine of not less than Fifty Thousand Pesos (p50,000.00) with
the appropriate accessory penalties. (FROM THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION)

POSTED BY:

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


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HSS Elementary Batch 1983 & High School Batch 1987
Homecoming and Grand Reunion
Tagbilaran City



April 20, 2008

Dear Batchmates,

   Hi! Kumusta na?  Hapit na atong grand reunion pohon!

   After  much brainstorming and careful deliberation during the series of pre-reunion meetings, i.e,. last April 28, 2007 in Manila; and July 12 & 18, 2007 and April 19, 2008 in Bohol, the Steering Committee  has finally come up with the reunion details. 
   
   With barely  three months to go, it has been decided  that for practical reasons,  there will be ONE  GRAND REUNION for both HSS Elementary Batch 1983 and High School Batch 1987 on July 18-20, 2008 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday).

   We do hope to see you and your family on this momentous occasion of our  25th Anniversary  as graduates of our Elementary Class and 21st Anniversary  as alumnae of our High School Class.

   Regarding contributions, everyone (whether attending or not) is welcome to donate/pledge any amount which will hopefully cover expenses for the food (fellowship luncheon with all school personnel, batch fellowship dinner, beach party with family)  souvenir program, souvenir items, batch project for the school, outreach project, T-shirt, etc.  However, if not enough funds will be available, a minimal one-time registration fee will be collected.
   We are also preparing our updated batch directory, souvenir program, and powerpoint presentation showcasing the “before” and “now” look of each and every one of us (whether coming or  not for the reunion).  You can make this easy for us by sending us your recent  solo photo (we will scan our old photos from our yearbook) and giving us your updated personal information.
   The reply slip, schedule of activities, and details of the latest meeting are presented hereafter.
   Mahinangpon nga magpa-abot kami kanimo. Daghang salamat and God bless us all.


Very truly yours,


THE STEERING COMMITTEE  INTERIM OFFICERS
Maria Nerissa Virtusio-Clarete, Ph.D. (President)
Fiel Angeli AraoArao – Gabin (Vice-President for Elementary Affairs)
Marie Antonette Madrinan-Bolo (Vice-President for High School Affairs)
Rosalouise Pernia-Ungab (Secretary/Auditor)
Paulino Biloy, Jr. (Treasurer)

========REPLY SLIP MUST BE SENT ON OR BEFORE MAY 20, 2008 =====

(SEND  TO:    maissa_v@yahoo.com or  fielangeli gabin <fielangeli@yahoo.com>, or          <hss_tagb_hs_1987@yahoogroups.com>, or
      hss-tagb-boholelementaryclassof1983@yahoogroups.com)



TO THE STEERING COMMITTEE:

____ I am coming for our  reunion on July 18-20, 2008.  Please reserve a reunion shirt with the ff.  size:    ____ Double Extra large
            ____ Extra large
            ____ Large
            ____ Medium
            ____ Small


____ I am not coming.  Reason (optional) ________________________________________
       
------ I am sending my recent picture
____ I am  not sending my recent picture but I am giving you permission to have a    copy of  my picture from   my Friendster /Facebook account_______________

        I am updating my personal information for our Batch Directory/Database as follows:

Maiden Name-Surname/Family Name. First Name:
Work:            Employer and Address:
Office Phone Number:
Home Address:
Home Phone Number:
Mobile Phone Number:
Email Address:





      PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES

(Preliminary Activity – June 1, 2008 (1st Sunday); 2:00 PM – Outreach to the City Youth Rehabilitation Center : Free Medical Check-up and  giving of Bundle of Joy(mats, blankets, slippers, medicines). Note: Data of the beneficiaries ( e.g. their population, ages, their present situation) will be prepared by Fiel.  Reunion Progress-Report-Meeting will follow after this activity. 


DAY  ONE       JULY 18, 2008, FRIDAY – HSS Auditorium
   7:30 am - REGISTRATION AND GIVING OF KITS  (Kits include souvenir item, reunion                pamphlet, T-shirt)
      Attire: Dark Blue Souvenir T-Shirt and Blue Denim Pants
•   8:30 am - THANKSGIVING MASS – Rev. Fr. Evan Alumbro
•   9:30 am - SCHOOL FAMILIARIZATION TOUR, Care: HSS Guidance Center
•   10:00 am – Motorcade
•   11:oo am – General Assembly/Batch Meeting
   Agenda: Election of Officers, Term of Office, Frequency of Reunion, Hosting of          Batch Website, Financial Report, Faculty Development Program as future batch project
•   12:00 noon - LUNCH FELLOWSHIP WITH  PRESENT TEACHERS AND NON-ACADEMIC             PERSONNEL (to be catered. Venue: HSS Auditorium)
•   2:00 to 5:00 pm - CAREER SYMPOSIUM FOR HSS JUNIOR and SENIOR STUDENTS
        - TURN-OVER OF DONATION (target project:LCD Projector Screen, Laptop) TO THE             SCHOOL DIRECTRESS 
   > Career Talk (10 minutes per speaker)
        Tentative Speakers(Still to be informed but now they know- hehehe)
     > Banking and Entrepreneurship    – Paulino Biloy, Jr.
   > Tourism Industry          â€“ Marie Antonette Madrinan-Bolo
    > Education/Life in the Academe    â€“ Dr. Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu
    > Airline Management          â€“ Geraldee Campbell-Balbona
   > Legal Management          – Atty. Rogelio Azcona, Jr.
   > Medicine             â€“ Dr. Barnard Lumapas
   > Nursing             â€“ Rebeca Dela Serna
   > Government Service          â€“ Fiel Angeli AraoArao- Gabin
   > Human Resource Management    â€“ Dr. Maria Nerissa Virtusio-Clarete
   > Religious Life             – Fr. Evan Alumbro




•      6:30 pm - DINNER FELLOWSHIP AT PANGLAO ISLAND NATURE RESOR     
(EXCLUSIVE FOR ELEM CLASS OF ’83 AND HS CLASS OF ‘87 BATCHMATES--including those who did not graduate with us--AND INVITED FORMER TEACHERS. Note: Spouses and Kids are invited to the Beach Party on Day 3)

Motiff for the Attire: Hawaiian/ Floral
DINNER
PROGRAM
-   â€œThe Prayer” (Powerpoint Presentation)
-   Philippine National Anthem and Bohol Provincial Hymn
-   â€œSurprise Number”
-   Opening Remarks
-   Acknowledgment of Participants By Geographical Location
-   â€œHSS Through the Years” (Powerpoint Presentation)
-   Keynote Speech:  Mr. Pedro Marcojos (Former Elementary Teacher)
-   Giving of Plaque of Appreciation to the Keynote Speaker
-   Oath-taking Ceremonies of Newly-Elected Officers
                            Inducting Officer: Mrs. Felicidad Tabel (Former High School Teacher)
-   Inspirational Message from : _______ and Awarding of Plaque
-   Acceptance Speech of Newly-Inducted President
-   Introduction of Candidates for Alumni King and Queen 2008
-   Dance for All
          -     Giving of Special (Surprise) Award 
        -Proclamation and Coronation of Alumni King and Alumni Queen 2008
-   Closing Remarks
-   Pledge of Loyalty To Be Led By :
-   Mass Singing of Alma Mater Song
-   Fellowship
Ballroom Dancing(You can bring your D.I.)
Dancing to the Tune of ‘80s music, Videoke Singing and Chika-Chika
                        Emcees:


DAY  TWO       JULY 19, 2008, SATURDAY
         - Bohol  (Eco-Tourism/Cultural Heritage)Tour
         Note: Itinerary to be prepared by Antonette Madrinan-Bolo

DAY  THREE    JULY 20, 2008, SUNDAY
         â€“ Beach Party with Spouse and Children
            Games: c/o Carla Mae Lao-Salazar

      Note: to borrow paraphernalia for parlor games from Dr. Dorothy Dumaluan

ACKNOWLEDGMENT of CONTRIBUTIONS(as of  May 7, 2008)

Received from:    1. Rebeca Dela Serna         =  $200
         2. Ladylou Singson-Belzunce      = $200
   
Pledges from:    1. Leah Gudia            = $100
         2. Liza Buenconsejo-Anora      =$100
         3. Brenda Yu-Olaer         = undisclosed to-be-               confirmed BIG  Amount  ?

         4. Rosalouise Pernia-Ungab   = candle wax in cute                   glass containers as Reunion Souvenirs

         5. Ma. Pearl Angeli Patos-Joson = 100 pcs. Reunion Souvenir                Shirts (worth P12,500 ++PLUS CASH)

         6. Leo Madanguit             =$500
         7. Gemma Romanos         = will send contribution
         8. Auric Veloso            = $100
         9. Ruvi Estorpe Minoza         = will send contribution
         10. Milagros Biliran         = $100
         11. Geraldee Campbell-Balbona        = HKD 1,000
         12. Aureli Claire Lim= will give contribution
                13. Marivic Torregosa = will remit contribution
         14. Jade Guinto = will send contribution
 
             

   

      Salamat kaayo!

Our RCBC Savings Acccount:
Rosaloiuse P. Ungab & Paulino P. Biloy, Jr.                                         
    Acct.No. 1-468-39951- 9                       
    Swift Code : RCBCPHMM                     
    Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation   
    Tagbilaran Business Center                     
    CPG Ave., Tagbilaran City                     
 
   Please refer to previous emails re: few list of Correspondent Banks abroad.

Other matters:    1) to come up with Solicitation Letter (advertisements in the souvenir                program, streamers)
         2) Archt. Jonas Auza to design our reunion logo for the T-shirt,                tarpaulin
         3) to hire a professional photographer and videographer


Committees (Tasks are assigned below but one may request  for change of assignment where one can “help more”.  More volunteers  are needed )

   A.  AD HOC/ STEERING COMMITTEE
- initiates / oversees the preparations
- facilitates the general assembly
- conducts coordination meetings with committee chairs
- selects the venue of the activity
- writes letters of invitation to all classmates
Interim Officers:
President            -  Maria Nerissa Virtusio-Clarete, Ph.D.
Vice President  (Elementary Affairs)    -  Fiel Angeli AraoArao-Gabin   
         (High School Affairsl)   -  Marie Antonette Madrinan-Bolo
Secretary & Auditor         -  Rosalouise Pernia-Ungab
Treasurer            -  Paulino Biloy, Jr.

Coordinators   -  are tasked to contact all the batchmates listed in the directory who             are based in the concerned region. *Coordinators are requested to make a follow-up to those in the list.

        Philippines (Luzon, including NCR)   - Yasmin, Joseph Tumarao
                            Philippines (Visayas)         - Cebu- Ma. Fe, Bohol – Fiel,                                   Rochelle, Paulino, Rey
                            Philippines (Mindanao)         - Olivia
                            Asia               - Geraldee   
                            North America (states other than California)- Christopher Magallanes,                                 Ladylou
        (California & Canada)         - Mila Biliran, Anthony Borja
        Europe/Australia         - Marvin
Adviser   - Ms. Fructusa Talatagod-Dimo (suggested, since she’s our teacher before)                
   
   B. FINANCE/ SOLICITATION COMMITTEE      
- reviews the budget for the entire activity
- collates the proposed budget from the different committees
- undertakes fund sourcing or resource generation
- prepares financial statement for reporting, auditing and recording / filing purposes

Chairpersons:    :  Paulino and Saloy         

   Asst. Chairperson: Leslie
   Members:   

C. SECRETARIAT
- gathers and keeps the history, records and files of the class
- prepares the materials needed for registration (papers, pens, guestbooks, give-aways, etc.)
- facilitates the registration of the participants
   - distributes kits with info materials and giveaways to the participants
Chairpersons: Maissa, Yasmin, Fiel
Members:   

   D. PUBLICITY AND DOCUMENTATION COMMITTEE
- organizes information campaign through the internet, TV, radio, newspapers (press releases or          paid ads),  assemblies, etc. regarding the details of the activity
- designs website of the class / yahoogroups to contain profiles and updates of classmates’          families   
- prepares the materials for the audio-visual / powerpoint presentation
- prepares text for streamers and banners drumbeating the activitiy
- assigns official photographers (still photos) and videographers (video footages) to document the activity
Chairperson: Fiel
Asst. Chairperson : Arnold
Members:   

   E. PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
- drafts the program of activities to be presented to the steering committee / interim officers for approval
- negotiates for lights and sound system and videoke rental and contacts live band performers, if          need be
- informs the presentors / performers of their assignments or intermission numbers
- prepares copies of the program to be given during registration as part of the kits
- assigns emcee/s for the programme
- prepares the cassette tapes or cds, PC,LCD projector for the presentations
- prepares the games and props
- coordinates with finance committee for prizes/certificates

Chairpersons: Fiel, Olivia, Atty. Evaneliza
Members: 

    E.ACCOMMODATION/ BILLETING / BOHOL TOUR COMMITTEE
(Batchmates are requested to please email the e-group beforehand if  they  need accommodation while  they are in Bohol)
- inquires rates/makes reservations for resorts and pension houses, if need be
- inquires airplane and boat trip schedules
- facilitates the billeting of the participants, especially those coming from other provinces or countries
- identifies host families for the other participants, if need be

Chairperson:  Antonette
Members:    

   
   F. LITURGICAL COMMITTEE
- coordinates with the officiating priest / mass presider regarding mass schedule and venue of the mass, if   done outside the church
- selects readings or writes petitions or prayers, as per instruction from mass presider
- assigns readers and offerers and assists in the flow of the offertory procession
- selects the lector and choir for the mass
- coordinates with finance committee for priest’s stipend

Chairpersons: Charisse, Fr. Evan Alumbro,
Members:

   G. GUIDELINES COMMITTEE
- does research and drafts the Guidelines (in lieu of Constitution and By-laws)
- presents the draft of the  Guidelines to the general assembly
- takes notes of the proposals and amendments

Chairperson: Atty. Evaneliza
Members:

   H. ELECTION COMMITTEE
- formulates the guidelines of the election process
- introduces the candidates to the general assembly
- facilitates and supervises the conduct of the election and tallies the results
- proclaims the winning candidates
- contacts the inducting officer for the oath-taking ceremonies

Chairperson:  Atty. Yvann and Leo
Members:
   
   I. OUTREACH: City Youth Rehabilitation Center
- coordinates with prospective beneficiaries / recipients
-  prepares bundles of joy: medicines, mats, slippers, blankets
 - facilitates Medical Check-up
Chairperson: Dr. Reginald, Dr. Barnard, Conchi, Rochelle, Glenda
Members:

   Faculty Development Project: c/o Yasmin, Maissa, Bopeep, Fiel
      
   J. FOOD AND DRINKS COMMITTEE   
- prepares the menu
- reserves the restaurants, beach resort
- contacts caterer/reserves the restaurant
- finalizes the pledges from the classmates, if need be   
- gathers the food and drink pledges days before the scheduled activity
- facilitates distribution of food and drinks

Chairpersons: Yasmin, Marilou, Roebert, Jorge , Gerry
Members:
   

   K. PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT, AFTER CARE ,TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
- plans and makes lay-out of the seating arrangements
- prepares the tables, chairs and lectern
- arranges the tables and chairs
- takes charge of the decoration of the stage and venue
- cleans up the venue after the activity
- arranges transportation services

Chairpersons:  Nonet, Dennis, Gary Val
Members:

   L. GAMES, AWARDS AND PRIZES COMMITTEE
- makes a list of parlor games and prepares mechanics of each
- acts as judge to determine special awards
- coordinates with finance committees for the prizes of different parlor games
- awards the prizes to the winners

Chairpersons: Carla, Glenda, Conchi.
Members:
      
   M. SOUVENIR PROGRAM/ SOUVENIR T-SHIRT/SOUVENIR ITEMS COMMITTEE
- gathers articles, photographs and messages needed for the lay-out of souvenir program
- prepares the lay-out of the souvenir program : c/o Fernand Maadrinan
- prepares budget for the printing of program and shirt
- coordinates / negotiates with the printer for costing
- does editing and proofreading jobs
- coordinates with secretariat as regards distribution of the souvenir programs/shirt/items
Chairpersons: Fiel, Jonas Auza, Pearl
Members: Joseph Tumarao; Maissa, Saloy



      SEE YAH!

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JULY 18 MISS BOHOL SANDUGO 2008 GUIDELINES/DEADLINE FOR CANDIDATES:JUNE 13,2008, BSFI

MISS BOHOL SANDUGO 2008
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 only after the applicant passed the screening and shall have been chosen as an official candidate.

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 12, 2008 (Saturday) and during the pageant night on July 18, 2006 (Friday) at 8 o’clock in the evening.

j. Minor Awards shall be given on the following aspects:
?   Best in Production Number
?   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. BABY COLLINS
   Pons Garcia Pawnshop
34 CPG Ave. Tagbilaran City
411-4323/501-7488
   09173288858

l. All candidates must appear in person for the screening on June 15, 2008 (Sunday) 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 Baby Collins, Chairman of the Miss Bohol Sandugo Committee, at 411-4323/501-7488 or 09173288858.

POSTED BY:


Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao – Gabin
City Information Officer, City Government of Tagbilaran
Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines
      

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Subject: TO ALL BOHOLANOS:TIGUM BOL-ANON SA TIBUOK KALIBUTAN,JULY 16-26,2009,TAGBILARAN CITY,BOHOL,PHILS
Message: TO ALL BOHOLANOS:TIGUM BOL-ANON SA
TIBUOK KALIBUTAN,JULY 16-
26,2009,TAGBILARAN CITY,BOHOL,PHILS
(FROM TBTK CHRONICLES)

NOW IS THE TIME TO START PLANNING FOR…
TBTK’09 BOHOL!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS. SAVE THE DATES.

TIGUM BOL-ANON SA TIBUOK KALIBUTAN
(TBTK 2009 – A GATHERING OF BOHOLANOS
FROM AROUND THE WORLD) WILL BE ON JULY
16 TO 26, 2009 IN TAGBILARAN CITY,
BOHOL, PHILIPPINES.

FOR INFORMATION OR ADVANCE
REGISTRATION, PLEASE CALL:

? BETTY SALERA. VELOSO GARCIA -
(973) 393-8932
? CORA A. SIMSIMAN – (973) 563-
3318
? LIK-LIK GALLARES SCHROEDER –
(916) -342-3772
? EVE M. CALCETA – (916) 300-9485
? INDAY FLORA LIBAY – (949) 322-
0030

IN THE PHILIPPINES:

BETTY BALATERO – (0916) 644-3952 /
TAGBILARAN CITY
ROSE SOY – (0919) 243-3161 /
TAGBILARAN CITY

WEBSITE: www.tbtk.org

POSTED BY:

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

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Date: Friday, 8 February, 2008 3:41 PM
Subject: HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY'S DIAMOND JUBILEE CULMINATION CELEBRATION, FEB 12-16, 2008 SCHEDULE
Message: HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY
Diamond Jubilee Grand Culmination
Day 1: Tuesday, February 12
4:00 AM Diana
As they tour around major city
thoroughfares with their upbeat music,
HNU band members announce the start of
the jubilee.
6:00 AM Holy Mass (Janssen Oval)
HNU’s grandest event of the year will
be ushered in with this most solemn
celebration bannered by the theme “Sa
tumang pagpasalamat, kita naghandum,
nagsadya, nakiglambigit”,
7:30 AM Blessing of Alumni AV Hall
(CAS Bldg.)
Inauguration of the newest audio-
visual facility of HNU, the
construction of which was co-funded by
the HNU Alumni Association of
Tagbilaran, Inc.
Unveiling of the
Commemorative Wall (In front of Bates
Bldg.)
Formal presentation of the wall of
names-a fitting tribute to the
deceased faculty and employees who
once served HNU
10:00 AM Opening of Exhibits (The
Atrium, BQ Mall)
A photographic
exhibit in tarp showcasing HNU’s
history and pride.
1:30 PM Floral Parade: “HNU Alumni-
Our Diamonds to the World”
(Along CPG Avenue)
A spectacular display of flamboyant
costumes, dancing skills and
magnificent floats reflective of the
countries where the HNU alumni are
thriving.
5:00 PM Blessing of HNU WATERSS
(4TH Flr., Lesage Campus)
The launching of the first and only
water testing laboratory in Bohol,
which is one of the main components of
the Water Assessment, Testing, and
Research Support Services (WATERSS)
Project
6:30 PM “Aspects of Love”: The
Diwanag Redux (Lesage Gym)
HNU’s famous dance troupe takes the
world of dance on the wings of a very
romantic production purposely borrowed
from one of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s
fabulous musicals.
8:30 PM Bandfest: " The Final
Encounter" (Janssen Oval)
The battle of the best bands of Holy
Name University, capping a year-long
search for HNU’s best student bands.
Day 2: Wednesday, February 13
8:30 AM Outreach Day
HNU faculty, students and employees
bond together to reach out to
different communities sharing their
time, skill and resources
? Cooking
Demo (Catarman)
? Mangrove
Planting (Taloto)
? Puppet Show with San Isidro Grade
School Pupils
(Grade School AV Hall)
1:30 PM Faculty & Employees’
Academic Forum (Lesage AV Hall)
Atty. Gabriel T.Ingles, former dean,
USC College of Law and presently
presiding judge of Cebu RTC Branch 58
and one of the more prominent alumni
of HNU, shares with the faculty and
employees his exposition of the
topic “Trailblazing Excellence in
Education”.
6:30 PM “Night of Glitz and Glam”
(Bohol Tropics Resort Club)
Faculty and employees enjoy the
evening with music and fun featuring
The Company, the country’s premiere
vocal ensemble.
Day 3: Thursday, February 14
8:30 AM Students’ Fun Day (Lesage
Gym)
An array of exciting activities apt
for Valentine's Day with the special
appearance of Matt Evans, lead actor
of Pedro Penduko
8:30 PM Valentine Groovin’: Disco
at the Oval (Janssen Oval)
An evening of dancing with love-filled
ambiance tailored exclusively for HNU
students in celebration of Valentine’s
Day
Day 4: Friday, February 15
7:30 AM Ugnayan (Janssen Campus)
HNU faculty and employees strengthen
their camaraderie as they spend the
whole day interacting through fun
games and sports activities.
8:30 AM Acadthon (Lesage Gym)
A whole day marathon of academic
competitions designed to showcase the
scholarly skills of the HNU students
3:00 PM Students’ Academic Forum
(Lesage Gym)
HNU students will have an exclusive
audience with former senator Franklin
M. Drilon when he shares his insights
on “Trailblazing Excellence”.
6:00 PM Torch Parade (ICM to
Janssen Campus)
Lights and
Fireworks Show (Janssen Oval)
HNU students, faculty and employees
march towards the Janssen Campus with
specially designed torches, which will
culminate with a breathtaking lights
show and fireworks display at the oval.
Day 5: Saturday, February 16
7:30 AM Alumni Homecoming and
General Assembly (Lesage Campus)
A day full of fun, prizes and
surprises that guarantees a wholesome
and memorable experience for all the
HNC/DWC-T/HNU alumni who would not
miss this affair
7:00 PM “I will sing forever!”-
Himig Diwa in Concert (St. Joseph
Cathedral)
HNU’s maturing choral ensemble
celebrates it’s 10th year anniversary
with this benefit concert for the
cathedral candle vendors.

HNU-AATI Homecoming and General
Assembly 2008
Program of Activities
Part 1 (AM)
8:00 - Registration
9:00 - Holy Mass
10:00 - Business Meeting
? Presentation of VMG
? President’s Report
? Treasurer’s Report
11:00 - Open Forum
11:30 - Presentation of Election
Guidelines and Candidates
Opening of Voting
Precincts
12:00 - LUNCH
Part 2 (PM)
1:00 - Opening Hymns
? Lupang
Hinirang
? Awit sa
Bohol
? Holy Name
March
1:20 - “Hataw”
1:40 - Presentation of
Guidelines for "On-the-Spot King &
Queen”
2:00 - Song and Yells
Competition (Introduction of Batch,
Chapters & Groups)
2:15 - Fun Games (1st Set: c/o
H.S. Batch ’81)
2:45 - 1st Canvassing ("On-the-
Spot King & Queen”)
3:00 - Closing of Voting
Precincts
Fun Games (2nd Set:
c/o H.S. Batch ’65)
3:15 - Final Canvassing ("On-the-
Spot King & Queen”)
3:30 - Fun Games (3rd Set: c/o
H.S. Batch ’64)
3:45 - Coronation of Winners
("On-the-Spot King & Queen”)
4:15 - Post Valentine
Special: “Love Duet Competition”
4:45 - Proclamation of Election
Winners
5:00 - Awarding Ceremonies
? 1st
Group/Individual to Register
? Best in
Design (Group Outfit)
? Best in
Attendance
? Most
Participative Batch, Group or Chapter
? Overall
Champion
5:30 - Closing Remarks

Dance….Dance….Dance….
Surprise Numbers: Trivia
Questions, Scavengers’ Hunt, Door
Prizes


from: Joe Nazarenp and Ma'am Eurie Gutierrez


POSTED BY:

FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO - GABIN
Alumna, College of Arts And Sciences,
Divine Word College of Tagbilaran
 

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FOR THOSE INTERESTED: OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILS OPEN UNIVERSITY
Message: FOR THOSE INTERESTED: OPEN AND
DISTANCE LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF
THE PHILIPPINES OPEN UNIVERSITY


The U.P. Open University (UPOU) is the
fifth constituent university of the
University of the Philippines System.
It was established in 23 February 1995
to enable the country’s premier
university to ‘respond to the growing
demands for quality graduate and
undergraduate education even in areas
which do not have a UP campus.’
Specifically, the UPOU provides
quality and continuing education
opportunities through DISTANCE
EDUCATION.

Students study on their own time and
at their own place using carefully
prepared learning materials:
- printed modules
- multi-media materials
- interactive CDs

To enhance the teaching-learning
process, student support services are
provided through:
- online tutorials
- eLibrary
- eCounselling
- tele- and videoconferencing

As distance leaners, the UPOU students
will not only be able to obtain formal
qualifications, but will also acquire
the discipline and capability to
become lifelong learners who are at
home in today’s knowledge society.

MISSION AND VISION:
In today’s global society, knowledge
is the most valued capital of
individuals and nations. Developments
in information and communication
technology are shaping what is known
as the knowledge society, in which
knowledge workers – professionals who
take information as their raw material
and create new knowledge products –
are the most valued human resource.
The vision of the UPOU is to be at the
forefront of this knowledge society,
helping shape knowledge workers who
will make the nation proud.

The UPOU’s mission is to make quality
higher and continuing education
accessible to all who have the talent
and discipline to pursue it. Its goals
are:

1) To offer through open and
distance learning degree and non-
degree programs that are responsive to
the needs of the learners and the
society of which they are a part;
2) To develop a system of
continuing education to sustain
professional growth and promote
lifelong learning;
3) To develop and adapt delivery
systems appropriate to distance
learners;
4) To provide leadership in the
development of open learning and
distance education expertise in the
country and in the appropriate use of
information and communication
technologies of education; and
5) To make instructional packages
accessible to various public through
collaborative arrangements,
institutional agreements, and other
appropriate mechanisms

STUDENTS:

UPOU students are busy people from all
walks of life with diverse interests
and educational backgrounds. Most are
studying par-time, as they pursue
careers, take care of businesses, and
raise children and families. All are
committed to broadening and deepening
their knowledge and skills through the
pursuit of advanced degrees and short
or continuing education courses. They
are independent and mature learners,
able and willing to keep the pace with
the challenges of today’s knowledge
society.

STAFF:

We have over 200 academic staff,
consisting of faculty from across the
UP System, the country’s premier
university system. They are known
experts in their fields, active in
research, and trained in distance and
open learning methods. They are
assisted by some 400 part-time study
tutors, who are themselves faculty of
UP and higher education institutions
across the country. Our research,
professional, and administrative
staff, numbering more than a hundred,
are highly skilled and efficient
professionals who pride themselves in
their ability to provide quality
service to UPOU’s various publics.

PARTNERS:

The UPOU counts among its partner-
institutions state colleges and
universities across the country as
well as private educational
institutions and government agencies.

The UPOU is a member of the
International Council for Distance
Learning, the Asian Association of
Open Universities, the United Nations
Economic and Social Commission for the
Asia-Pacific Distance Education
Network, and the Asia-Pacific Distance
and Multi-media Education Network.

The UPOU also has joint projects with
various international institutions,
among them the Southeast Asian
Ministers of Education (SEAMEO),
Regional Center for Graduate Study and
Research in Agriculture (SEARCA),
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development
Center – Aquaculture Department
(SEAFDEC-AQD), SEAMEO Regional Open
Learning Center (SEMOLEC),
International Plant Genetic Resources
Institute (IPGRI), Simon Fraser
University of Canada, and Open
University of the United Kingdom.

Its partners in industry and the
private sector include Sun
Microsystems, Inc., the Foundation for
IT Education and Development,
Metrobank Foundation, Inc., Johnson
and Johnson Philippines, among others.

MODE OF TEACHING:

The UPOU is recognized by the
Commission on Higher Education as the
national center of excellence in open
learning and distance education. In
addition, the UPOU has been designated
by the Information Technology and e-
Commerce Council (ITECC) as the
national e-learning competency center.

The main characteristics of learning
at a distance or distance education
(DE) are:
1) Students are physically
separated from the teacher by
geographical location, professional
commitments, and/ or filial
obligations.
2) Students are self-directed and
independent. They study on their own
time and at their own place.
3) Students study on their own
specially-designed learning packages
that make use of multiple media such
as print, audio, video, computer
programs, and the internet.
4) Learning is individualized.
5) Unlike the traditional
correspondence education, there is in
DE two-way communication between the
teacher and among students through
face-to-face study sessions or
tutorial, electronic mail,
teleconferencing, video conferencing,
and online tutorials. Students also
take proctored final examinations in
all courses.

In the DE mode, students do not have
to take a leave from their jobs or be
separated from their families in order
to pursue an education because they do
not have to attend daily or regular
weekly classes.

OFFICES:

The main office of the UPOU is located
along the National Higway in BArangay
Maahas, Los Banos, Laguna. We also
have offices at the National Computer
Center in UP Diliman, Quezon City, and
at the ground floor of Philippine
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Malate, Manila. In addition, we have
11 learning centers across the
Philippine archipelago and overseas.:

UP Open University
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Tel: (6349) 536-6001 to 6006 Local 101
to 104
E-Mail: registrar@upou.net

NON-FORMAL COURSES OF THE UPOU:
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(Language Studies)
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TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION:
1) Obtain an application for admission
form from any UPOU Learning Center of
the Office of the University Registrar
(OUR). Form can be downloaded from the
http://www.upou.org/admission/forms.htm

2) Fill out the form and mail or
submit to the OUR or any LC, together
with other requirements listed in the
application form. Only applications
with complete requirements will be
processed.

3) Qualified applicants will receive
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4) Once admitted, register in the
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Applicants who wish to take only a
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students.

POSTED BY:


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

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Date: Friday, 8 February, 2008 3:45 PM
Subject: BOL-ANON MULTI-PURPOSE COOP(TACECCO)GENERAL ASSEMBLY-MARCH 29/FILING DEADLINE FOR BOARD-COMM-FEB 16

Message: BOL-ANON MULTI-PURPOSE COOP(TACECCO)GENERAL ASSEMBLY-MARCH 29/FILING OFCANDIDACY DEADLINE FOR BOARD AND COMMITTEES-FEB 16

The Bol-anon Multi-Purpose Cooperative
(BMPC), popularly known as TACECCO
(Tagbilaran City Employees Credit
Cooperative), the fasting-growing
cooperative in the province of Bohol,
has scheduled its general assembly on
March 29 (Saturday) at the Dr. Cecilio
Putong National High School.

Those interested to run for the
positions of Board of Directors, Audit
and Inventory Committee (AICOM),
Credit Committee (CRECOM), and
Election Committee are reminded to
file their certificate of candidacy on
or before Saturday, February 16, at
the BMPC.

ELECTION RULES APPROVED BY THE TACECCO
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

1) The elections shall be on
March 29, 2008 (Saturday), to be held
at Dr. Cecilio Putong National High
School, CPG Avenue, Tagbilaran City.
2) It should be conducted by
secret balloting.
3) Bonafide TACECCO members with
good membership standing are the only
ones eligible to run for any elective
position.
4) A) For Board of Directors
(BOD), candidates must have at least
Ten Thousand Pesos (P10,000) fixed
deposit.
B) For other elective positions,
candidates must have at least Two
Thousand Pesos (P2,000) fixed deposit.
5) NO candidate shall be elected
in absentia.
- He / she must register during
the general assembly meeting.
- Candidates must be presented
during the presentation.
- Candidates for Board of
Directors (BOD) may opt to deliver
their two (2)-minute speeches.
6) All candidates must pass the
qualification requirements certified
by the TACECCO manager.
7) NO proxy voting is allowed.
A) Candidates may file their
certificate of candidacy either in
person or by mail on or before
February 16, 2008.
B) Certificates of candidacy
should be filed at through the
Manager, Ms. Elena Dahab or at the
City Health Office through ELECOM
Chairman Ms. Leonita Relamida.

8) A candidate may place his /
her campaign posters in amy ELECOM
posting board, outside the TACECCO
Building or at the City Hall Building,
and at the vicinity where the General
Assembly is held.
9) In accordance with the
provision of the Cooperative Code of
the Philippines, elective officials of
the government, except barangay
officials, shall be ineligible to be
officers and directors of the
cooperative.
10) The first four (4) candidates
for the board of directors (BOD)
obtaining the highest votes shall be
declared winners.
11) The first three (3) candidates
for the Audit and Inventory Committee,
Credit Committee, and Election
Committee obtaining the highest number
of votes shall be declared winners and
shall serve for one year only.
12) Incumbents, except Board of
Directors (BOD), who have served for
three (3) consecutive terms and ELECOM
may run for re-election for any
positions as long as they meet the
qualifications set forth herein.
13) Protest shall be filed in
writing with the Election Committee
within forty –eight (48) hours after
the counting of ballots. No protest
shall be entertained after the
prescribed period.
14) The proclamation and oath-
taking shall be done within Ten (10)
working days after the election.

From: Ursula T. Turan, Secretary,
ELECOM
Micelyn Apale Candelario,
Member, ELECOM
Leonita Zamora Relamida,
Chairman, ELECOM

Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao – Gabin
City Information Officer, City
Government of Tagbilaran
BMPC/ TACECCO Member
 

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Friday, 8 February, 2008 3:46 PM
Subject: HOLY SPIRIT SCH GRADE 5 PARENTS-
TEACHERS ASSN MEDICAL MISSION-GAWAD
KALINGA CABAWAN,TAGB,SAT,FEB. 9-9AM-
12NN

After the very successful Grade 5
Level Family Day conducted last
November 30 at Dumaluan Beach in
Panglao, supported by the families of
Dr. Doloreich Dumaluan and Dr.
Theodore Dumaluan, the Holy Spirit
School Grade 5 Level Parents Teachers
Association I spearheading the Medical
Mission for the residents of the Gawad
Kalinga – Saint Vincent Village of
Cabawan, Tagbilaran.

PTA officers will assembly at 7:30 am
at the Holy Spirit School – Remolador
Gate tomorrow, Saturday, February 9.
The activity proper will start at
9:00am – 12:00 noon to include the
weighing, blood pressure taking,
fasting blood sugar testing,
consultation and giving of medicines.

The Grade 5 Level Officers are:
Antonietto Inting Pernia, Ardissa
Recimilla Estavilla and Dr. Dorothy
Gay Marmita Dumaluan for Family
Charity; Fe Lelis, Merle Torayno and
Ma. Liza Borja Trabajo for Family
Faith, Dr. Virginia Arcamo Buac, Fiel
Angeli Espejo Araoarao-Gabin and Ma.
Chona Bersaluna Roxas for Family Hope
and May Amparo Valles Blanco-Borja,
Josefina Cesar and Toni Rose Dorupan
Aldonza for Family Joy.


Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao-Gabin
Secretary, HSS Grade 5 Level PTA
 
GRADE 5 PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSN MEDICAL MISSION-GAWAD KALINGA CABAWAN,TAGB,SAT,FEB. 9-9AM-12NN

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Perhaps, this is one of its kind, if not, among the few of its kind in the country, or even around the world. The festival doesn't showcase streetdancing contingents, but zooms in on the development of ubi products or the entrepreneurial aspect of ubi's (also known as purple yam) existence. Before, you may have known only of ubi jam, but they (officers and members of the Bohol Ubi Center Foundation, Inc. (BUCFI) have expanded to produce ubi powder so you can make ubi jam, ubi pastillas, ubi cake, ubi ice cream, ubi candies, etc. any time of the year since ubi is seasonal.

On the cultural side, the young generation will be able to have a grasp of the traditions involving ubi culture like one would have to do chanting or encantations before he or she plants the tuber. If you drop it, you have to kiss it after picking it up as a sign of respect, so you will not be inflicted with 'gaba' (wrath or misfortune, according to the elders).

For years, the organizers are also sponsoring poster making contests to develop budding visual artists, balak contests to hone amateur public speakers (or would-be politicians, hmm) and balitaw (a traditional song and dance courtship strategy in the olden times) contests, among others, for really talented singers and performers.

In January 2004, I was chair of the committee for the 2nd UBI Festival Queen pageant, a personality (beauty, brains and talent) contest with 12 contestants coming from the different municipalities and Tagbilaran City (like Miss Bohol). Inabanga's Rhiz Nova Tagsip Arenas, the very articulate psychology major of the University of San Carlos, won the admiration of the judges and eventually, the UFQ crown. The UFQ winner is supposed to act as ambassador of goodwill and must be well-versed on information about the ubi so she can help in its promotion. Months after that, in the Sandugo 2004 in July 2004, Rhiz continued her winning streak when she got the Miss Bohol Sandugo 2004 title.

The first Miss UBI Festival Festival Queen was the charming Pinky Gica Beldia - Socias (Tagbilaran City representative) who was a student of Holy Name University in 2000. After January 2004, there has been no UFQ because of lack of funds...

I would like to encourage the Boholanos out there to support this festival, especially those who are very generous financially. You can be sponsors so the major and consolation prizes of the different contests will be increased. Just make sure that you approach the right people, BUCFI, for that matter, so you will be certain the money will be used for the intended purpose. It's just so ironic that we have good project proposals here which are short of financial resources. At times, it happens also that the money goes into the wrong hands... hay, naku! I feel bad mas daghang devil's advocates karong panahona, then nagkahilis na ang mga tinuod nga tarong nga mga tawo - kung dili ingnon og nag-alig alig if only for the success of an activity, gama-gamaan lang pod og wa'y hinungdan na storya just to besmirch the credibility... more often, those people na wala'y know-how are the ones na yakkity-yak all the time - all because of ENVY. What can't we be happy that other people are sharing their time, talent, money, intelligence and efforts for the good of the greatest number? Why do we let crab mentality prevail? Whatever happened to the good old Filipino values? Pathetic...

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WORLD FOOD EXPO VISAYAS, APRIL 16-19,2008,CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER (CICC), MANDAUE CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

REGION’S LARGEST SHOWCASE OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE MACHINERIES, TECHNOLOGIES AND SUPPLIES

WOFEX VISAYAS 2ND FOOD PROCESSING, PACKAGING AND FOOD SERVICE EXPOSITION, APRIL 16-19,2008, CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER (CICC), MANDAUE CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

EXHIBITION PRODUCT PROFILE:
?   BAKERY EQUIPMENT AND INGREDIENTS
?   CATERING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
?   GLASSWARE/ CUTLERIES/ KITCHENWARE
?   CHEF’S APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES
?   COFFEE MACHINERIES/ FREEZERS/ CHILLERS/ DISPLAY CABINETS
?   ALL TYPES OF FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
?   PACKAGING MACHINERIES AND SUPPLIES
?   PROCESSING MACHINERIES AND SUPPLIES LABORATORY TESTING
?   INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION
?   INVENTORY CONTROLS
?   SMOKEHOUSING/ CUTTERS/ DRYERS
?   FOOD ADDITIVES AND FLAVORINGS
?   WAREHOUSING AND STORAGE SUPPLIES
?   BOTTLING EQUIPMENT/ CONVEYORS
?   CODING/ PRINTING AND LABELLING
?   SERVICE INNOVATIONS
?   POS SCALES
?   DAIRY PRODUCTS
?   MEATS/ SEAFOOD PRODUCTS
?   SNACK FOOD/ BAKED PRODUCTS
?   CANNED PRODUCTS
?   SPECIALTY FOOD AND BEVERAGES
?   CART/ KITCHEN/ DISPLAY SHOWCASE FABRICATION
?   ALLIED PRODUCTS

* JOIN THE REGION’S BIGGEST AND MOST FOCUSED EXPOSITION FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY POWERED BY WORLD FOOD EXPO (WOFEX)
* HAS THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON DISPLAY – FROM INGREDIENTS TO EQUIPMENT TO END PRODUCTS

•   CAPITALIZE ON THE CONTINUING GROWTH OF THE REGION AND BUILD YOUR BUSINESS NETWORK OF FIRST-RATE SUPPLIERS AND BUYERS

•   LEVERAGE ON THE EXTENSIVE PROMOTION, HIGH ATTENDANCE RATIO AND HUGE ON-SITE AND FUTURE SALES FROM THE EVENT

•   PLUS FREE WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS ON BAKING INNOVATIONS, CULINARY TRENDS AND TEHNIQUES, RUNNING A RESTAURANT AND CATERING BUSINESS, GETTING INTO THE COFFEE BUSINESS, MEAT PROCESSING, HACCP, PACKAGING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, WAREHOUSING AND INVENTORY CONTROLS, FRANCHISING, PROCESSING FOR THE EXPORT MARKETING, AMONG MANY OTHERS

www.fppvisayas.com

INFORMATION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY-BOHOL
(HEADED BY MA. ELENA C. ARBON, PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR)


POSTED BY:

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

 







WORLD FOOD EXPO VISAYAS, APRIL 16-19,2008,CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER (CICC), MANDAUE CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

REGION’S LARGEST SHOWCASE OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE MACHINERIES, TECHNOLOGIES AND SUPPLIES

WOFEX VISAYAS 2ND FOOD PROCESSING, PACKAGING AND FOOD SERVICE EXPOSITION, APRIL 16-19,2008, CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER (CICC), MANDAUE CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

EXHIBITION PRODUCT PROFILE:
?   BAKERY EQUIPMENT AND INGREDIENTS
?   CATERING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
?   GLASSWARE/ CUTLERIES/ KITCHENWARE
?   CHEF’S APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES
?   COFFEE MACHINERIES/ FREEZERS/ CHILLERS/ DISPLAY CABINETS
?   ALL TYPES OF FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
?   PACKAGING MACHINERIES AND SUPPLIES
?   PROCESSING MACHINERIES AND SUPPLIES LABORATORY TESTING
?   INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION
?   INVENTORY CONTROLS
?   SMOKEHOUSING/ CUTTERS/ DRYERS
?   FOOD ADDITIVES AND FLAVORINGS
?   WAREHOUSING AND STORAGE SUPPLIES
?   BOTTLING EQUIPMENT/ CONVEYORS
?   CODING/ PRINTING AND LABELLING
?   SERVICE INNOVATIONS
?   POS SCALES
?   DAIRY PRODUCTS
?   MEATS/ SEAFOOD PRODUCTS
?   SNACK FOOD/ BAKED PRODUCTS
?   CANNED PRODUCTS
?   SPECIALTY FOOD AND BEVERAGES
?   CART/ KITCHEN/ DISPLAY SHOWCASE FABRICATION
?   ALLIED PRODUCTS

* JOIN THE REGION’S BIGGEST AND MOST FOCUSED EXPOSITION FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY POWERED BY WORLD FOOD EXPO (WOFEX)
* HAS THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON DISPLAY – FROM INGREDIENTS TO EQUIPMENT TO END PRODUCTS

•   CAPITALIZE ON THE CONTINUING GROWTH OF THE REGION AND BUILD YOUR BUSINESS NETWORK OF FIRST-RATE SUPPLIERS AND BUYERS

•   LEVERAGE ON THE EXTENSIVE PROMOTION, HIGH ATTENDANCE RATIO AND HUGE ON-SITE AND FUTURE SALES FROM THE EVENT

•   PLUS FREE WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS ON BAKING INNOVATIONS, CULINARY TRENDS AND TEHNIQUES, RUNNING A RESTAURANT AND CATERING BUSINESS, GETTING INTO THE COFFEE BUSINESS, MEAT PROCESSING, HACCP, PACKAGING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, WAREHOUSING AND INVENTORY CONTROLS, FRANCHISING, PROCESSING FOR THE EXPORT MARKETING, AMONG MANY OTHERS

www.fppvisayas.com

INFORMATION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY-BOHOL
(HEADED BY MA. ELENA C. ARBON, PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR)


POSTED BY:

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

 




















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CCAD,PISKAY SPONSOR ART WORKSHOP(TERRA COTTA,PRINT MAKING,STAINED GLASS,MIXED MEDIA,MASK MAKING),FEB.11-15,BOHOL CULTURAL CENTER                       

Once again, we celebrate February as National Arts Month as mandated by the national government.

In line with this annual celebration, the CENTER FOR CULTURE AND ARTS DEVELOPMENT (CCAD) under the Office of the Governor headed by ENRIQUETA BORJA BUTALID and the PISKAY ARTS GROUP OF BOHOL, have teamed up and decided to conduct a five (5) – day art workshop to start on February 11 to 15, 2008, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Bohol Cultural Center.

For this workshop, we are targeting five (5) high school students and one (1) art or MAPEH teacher from among the different public secondary schools in the City. A registration fee of P150.00 per teacher and P50.00 per student will already include the certificate, ID of the participants and art materials.

Five (5) PISKAY member-artists namely Joey Apas Labrador, Florante ‘Rhantz’ Anunciado, Reynald Kudemos, Eric Catot and Jhacky Curambao, will facilitate the workshops on the different media, following this schedule: Day 1 – terra cotta; Day 2 – print making; Day 3 - stained glass; Day 4 - mixed media; and Day 5 - mask making.

We believe that this activity will be beneficial to both students and teachers in enhancing their artistic talents and creativity, so the principals and school heads are asked to help in disseminating the details of this activity to the public secondary schools in the City.

This is part of the commitment for the development, preservation and promotion of culture and the arts and the upliftment of the plight of the local artists.


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





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TAGBILARAN MAYOR DAN NERI LIM WELCOMES IBO-IBF WORLD CHAMPION NONITO GONZALES DONAIRE, JR.

CITY MAYOR DAN NERI LIM THIS MORNING GLADLY WELCOMED TO THE CITY OF TAGBILARAN INTERNATIONAL BOXING ORGANIZATION-INTERNATIONAL BOXING FEDERATION WORLD CHAMPION NONITO GONZALES DONAIRE, JR. WHO TRACES HIS ROOTS IN TALIBON, BOHOL.

IN HIS SPEECH, MAYOR LIM CITED THE HUMILITY OF DONAIRE WHICH IS STILL EVIDENT EVEN IN HIS PRESENT STATUS IN THE BOXING CIRCLE. ALSO, HE ASSURED THE BOHOLANO BOXER OF HIS FULL SUPPORT AND PRAYERS AND WISHED HIM WELL ON HIS UPCOMING FIGHT ON APRIL 14, 2008.

NONITO WAS WITH HIS MOTHER, AUNT AND GIRLFRIEND WHO IS A TAEKWONDO EXPERT IN HIS COURTESY CALL TO MAYOR LIM AFTER THE MOTORCADE. HE LOVINGLY GUIDED AND HELD HIS GIRLFRIEND’S HAND (AS THE GROOM DOES TO HIS BRIDE) ON THEIR WAY UP TO THE MAYOR’S OFFICE AND UPON DESCENDING TO THE GROUND FLOOR AFTER THE LUNCHEON TREAT OF MAYOR LIM. HE CHARMINGLY SMILED AND WAIVED TO THE CITY HALL EMPLOYEES ON THEIR WAY OUT.

ACCORDING TO SKETCHY REPORTS, NONITO IS SET TO MARRY HIS GIRLFRIEND WITHIN THIS YEAR.

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



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CONSULTATIVE ASSEMBLY: MULTI-SECTORAL COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN FROM ALL FORMS OF ABUSES, JAN 29

THE SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD (SP) COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL WELFARE, MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN AND FAMILY RELATIONS WILL CONDUCT A CONSULTATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE INTEGRATED INTER-AGENCY, MULTI-DISCIPLINARY AND MULTI-SECTORAL COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR THE PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN FROM ALL FORMS OF ABUSES to be held on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 at 8:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon at Saya’s Restaurant, Tagbilaran City. The Committee is headed by Councilor Anne Mariquit C. Derikito - Oppus

PROGRAMME

8:00 – 9:00 am   - Registration
9:00 – 9:30 am    - Opening Program
                                       
?   Prayer
?   National Anthem / Bohol Hymn / Tagbilaran Hymn
?   Welcome Message / Statement of Purpose
?   Messages: Mayor or his representative
                              Vice-Mayor or his representative
?   Acknowledgment of Participants

9:30 – 9:45 am    - Snacks
9:45-10:15 am      - Brief Overview of the Gender and Development Code of the City of Tagbilaran
10:15-11:00 am   - Presentation 1: Anti-VAWC Law (RA 9262)
11:00-11:45 am   - Presentation 2: Comprehensive Juvenile Justice Welfare Act (RA 9344)
11:45-12:45      - Lunch
1:00-1:45 pm       - Presentation 3: Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act (RA 9208)
1:45-2:15 pm      - Presentation 4: Where We Are?
3:00-4:30 pm      - Workshop
4:30-5:00 pm      - Presentation of Workshop Outputs
5:00-5:30 pm      - Pledging of Support / Commitment       


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



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This is, actually, part of the Provincial and City governments' efforts to promote agri-tourism, of course, supported by the local government units (LGUs), non-government organizations, and private sectors.

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Thanks so much for the moral support! I truly appreciate it!

I hope that by the time we in the Holy Spirit School Alumni Association (HSSAA) board can 're-invent' the alumni website, you will also be one of our regular contributors.

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•   BOHOL’S UBI FESTIVAL 2008 – JANUARY 23-24, 2008, BOHOL CULTURAL CENTER,TAGBILARAN CITY

THEME: ‘HAGIT SA PANAHON: UBI SA BOHOL PALABOON

January 22, 2008 (Tuesday) – INGRESS (Arrival and putting up of exhibits)

DAY 1- January 23, 2008 (WEDNESDAY)

Part I – 6:30 am – Assembly at Plaza Rizal
            7:00 am – Parade going to Bohol Cultural Center
            9:00 am – Opening Program

Invocation – Msgr. Cirilo D. Darunday
                                 Sta. Cruz Parish Priest
                                 Chairman, Board of Trustees, LIFE Phils., Foundation (Bohol) Inc.

     Hymns – Capitol Band
   Acknowledgment of Participants – Mr. Precioso Patindol
                                                                     Training Specialist III, ATI

   Welcome Address – Ms. Liza M. Quirog
                   Provincial Agriculturist

   Opening Remarks – Atty. Julius Caesar F. Herrera
                                             Bohol Vice-Governor

   Statement of Purpose – Dr. Carolyn May O. Daquio
              ATI Center Director and BUCFI Chair

   Intermission – Maribojoc Local Government Unit

   Inspirational Message – Atty. Erico B. Aumentado
                                                   Bohol Governor

   Commitment of Support – Atty. Edgar M. Chatto
                                                       Congressman, First District

                   Atty. Roberto C. Cajes
                                                       Congressman, Second District

                   Atty. Adam Relson L. Jala
                   Congressman, Third District

   Intermission – Sagbayan Local Government Unit

Part II – 11:00 am - Cutting of Ribbon / Opening of Exhibits – Atty. Erico B. Aumentado
                                               Bohol Governor

-   Atty. Julius Caesar F. Herrera
Bohol Vice-Governor

-   Atty. Edgar M. Chatto
Congressman, First District

-   Atty. Roberto C. Cajes
Congressman, Second District

-   Atty. Adam Relson L. Jala
Congressman, Third District

-   Members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan

Part III – 1:30-5:00 pm   - ‘Pinaka’ Contest
- Ubi Product Development Contest
      - Best New Ubi Processed Product
      - Ubi Jingle Contest
      - Judging of Best Ubi Booth

Part IV – 7:00-9:00 pm – Literary-Musical Contest

DAY 2 – January 24, 2008 (Thursday)
   8:30 – 11:30 am – Viewing of Exhibits and Selling
-   Poster Making Contest
-   Judging of Best Ubi Booth (Continuation)
2:00 pm – Awarding and Closing Ceremonies

DAY 3 – January 25, 2008 (Friday)
   8:00 am   - EGRESS


Mr. Precioso Patindol – Master of Ceremonies

UBI FESTIVAL 2008 COORDINATING AGENCIES:
-   Provincial Government of Bohol
-   Provincial Agriculture Office
-   LIFE Phils. Foundation (Bohol), Inc.
-   Provincial Government Media Affairs office
-   Provincial General Services Office
-   Agricultural Training Institute – Region VII
-   Bohol Provincial Tourism Office
-   Center for Culture and Arts Development
-   City Agriculture Office
-   Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Promotion Center
-   Department of Agriculture – CENVIARC
-   Department of Trade and Industry
-   Department of Education
-   Central Visayas State College of Agriculture, Foresty and Technology
-   Municipal Local Government Units

DONORS:
-   Vice-Governor Julius Caesar F. Herrera
-   First District Congressman Edgar M. Chatto
-   Second District Congressman Roberto C. Cajes
-   Third District Congressman Adam Relson L. Jala
-   Board Member Tomas Lopez
-   Board Member Alfonso R. Damalerio II
-   Board Member Jose E. Veloso
-   Board Member Amalia r. Tirol
-   Board Member Josephine Socorro S. Jumamoy
-   Board Member Ma. Fe. C. Lejos
-   Board Member Bienvenido C. Molina, Jr.
-   Board Member Corazon J. Galbreath
-   Board Member Josil E. Trabajo
-   Board Member Aster A. Piollo
-   Bohol Ubi Center Foundation, Inc. (BUCFI)

FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO - GABIN
City Information Officer
TAGBILARAN CITY, BOHOL, PHILIPPINES

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