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BOL-ANON MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE/TACECCO MASS FEEDING,GAWAD KALINGA IN CABAWAN,JULY 29,2007
Message:
THE BOL-ANON MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE
9BMPC0 FORMERLY THE TAGBILARAN CITY
EMPLOYEES CREDIT COOPERATIVE (TACECCO)
SPONSORED A MASS NUTRITIONAL FEEDING
FOR THE 33 FAMILIES OF THE GAWAD
KALINGA - SAINT VINCENT VILLAGE LOCATED
IN CABAWAN DISTRICT, TAGBILARAN CITY,
BOHOL LAST SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2007.

PROGRAMME

PART I-1:00-2:00 PM - ARRIVAL OF
BMPC/TACECCO OFFICERS, STAFF AND GUESTS

PART II-2;00 PM - SOCIALIZATION WITH
THE GAWAD KALINGA FAMILIES

* INVOCATION - NORMA G. BELDIA
BOARD OF DIRECTOR,BMPC/TACECCO

* NATIONAL ANTHEM AND BOHOL HYMN - MA.
MICELYN CANDELARIO
MEMBER, ELECTION COMMITTEE, BMPC/TACECCO

* WELCOME MESSAGE - ARSENIO GENOSO
PROJECT DIRECTOR, GAWAD KALINGA-CABAWAN

* PRESENTATION - GAWAD KALINGA KIDS

* ACKNOWLEDGMENT - GAWAD KALINGA TEAM
LEADERS, BMPC/TACECCO OFFICERS AND STAFF

* PRESENTATION - BMPC/TACECCO CREDIT,
AUDIT AND INVENTORY AND ELECTION
COMMITTEES, CARE: COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

* MESSAGE - SAMUEL S. BELDEROL
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, BMPC /TACECCO

* PRESENTATION - BMPC/TACECCO STAFF,
CARE: ELENA DAHAB, MANAGER, BMPC/TACECCO

* SHORT TALK - JOSE CURSO PAMAONG
BOARD OF DIRECTOR, BMPC / TACECCO

* PRESENTATION = BMPC/TACECCO BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

* WORDS OF THANKS - ELIAS GANUB
PRESIDENT, GAWAD KALINGA-CABAWAN

PART III - MASS NUTRITIONAL FEEDING


CAESAR P. PELAEZ - MASTER OF CEREMONY


POSTED BY:FIEL ANGELI E. ARAOARAO-GABIN
Tagbilaran City Information Officer
BMPC/TACECCO Member
 

122
ALL BNHS-DCPNHS BUKANG LIWAYWAY DANCE TROUPE MEMBERS:DECEMBER 2007 REUNION
Message:

CALLING ALL ALUMNI / FORMER MEMBERS OF
THE BUKANG LIWAYWAY DANCE TROUPE (BLDT)
OF BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, NOW DR.
CECILIO PUTONG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL:

YOU ARE HEREBY INFORMED, AS PER JULY 27
INSTRUCTION FROM MR. OSCAR BUHION REAL,
BLDT ADVISER / CHOREOGRPHER, OF OUR
FORTHCOMING REUNION / MAJOR GATHERING
IN DECEMBER 2007. THIS IS IN
PREPARATION FOR OUR 30TH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION IN SEPTEMBER 2009.

IT MAY BE RECALLED THAT MRS. WINCESA
BALATERO ESPEJO ARAOARAO, BNHS PHYSICAL
EDUCATION TEACHER, TOGETHER WITH MR.
OSCAR BUHION REAL, MISS DELIA TORCULAS
(CINCHEZ), MISS TARCISIA MAHINAY
(QUILATAN), MRS. OFELIA PIZARRAS BATON,
MRS. BABIE ESTREMOS, MISS EVA INGLES
ESPUELAS, MISS DAYLINDA JAYAG, MISS
ROSARIO ALMEDILLA, MR. RODRIGO
ALMEDILLA, AND OTHER TEACHERS, FOUNDED
BUKANG LIWAYWAY DANCE TROUPE IN
SEPTEMBER 1979.

IN DECEMBER 1986, THE BLDT WAS CHAMPION
OF THE BOHOL PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
SPONSORED-"HADLA NGA BOL-ANON" FOLK
DANCE CONTEST FOR ITS PERFORMANCE
OF 'KURATSA-KURADANG," AND IN JANUARY
1987, THE SAME DANCE EARNED THE
CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY FOR THE SAME GROUP
IN THE REGIONAL 'SAYAWIT' FESTIVAL IN
CEBU CITY SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION, CULTURE AND SPORTS (DECS)-
REGION 7, IN LINE WITH THE SINULOG
CELEBRATION.

FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE BLDT
REUNION, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH MR.
OSCAR BUHION REAL, SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR
THE ARTS (SPA) TEACHER OF DCPNHS AT
(038) 411-3451 AND 411-2947.



FIEL ANGELI ESPEJO ARAOARAO-GABIN
Former Member, BLDT Batch 1986-1988
 

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BCHAPO ADMIN OFFICERS 2-DAY STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP,AUG. 23-24,CEBU BUSINESS HOTEL,CEBU CITY
Message: IN LINE WITH THE CONTINUING EFFORT TO
DEVELOP AND ENHANCE THE HUMAN RESOURCES
OF THE GOVERNMENT, THE OFFICERS AND
MEMBERS OF THE BOHOL COUNCIL OF HUMAN
RESOURCES, ADMINISTRATIVE AND PERSONAL
OFFICERS (BCHAPO) WILL HOLD A TWO-DAY
STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP ON AUGUST
23-24, 2007 AT CEBU BUSINESS HOTEL,
CORNER COLON AND JUNQUERA STREETS, CEBU
CITY.

ATTENDANCE OF THE HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT OFFICERS TO THE SAID
PLANNING-WORKING WILL BE OFFICIAL
BUSINESS. A REGISTRATION FEE OF TWO
THOUSAND PESOS (P2,000.00) WILL BE
COLLECTED TO DEFRAY EXPENSES FOR THE
MATERIALS, HAND-OUTS, HONORARIA FOR THE
RESOURCE PERSONS AND OTHER INCIDENTAL
EXPENSES THAT MAY BE INCURRED.

TO FACILITATE RESERVATION, PLEASE
ADVISE THE PERSONNEL CONCERNED TO
CONFIRM HIS / HER ATTENDANCE ON OR
BEFORE AUGUST 3, 2007 AT THE CIVIL
SERVICE COMMISSION - BOHOL FIELD
OFFICE - TEL.NO. (038) 501-7046 CARE:
MALOU AND MARJO - OR AT CITY HUMAN
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE - (038) 411-
2177 AND (038) 235-5516 OR TEXT MARIO
LLOYD "DONDON" INDINO GUTIERREZ AT 0918-
9792723 OR 0921-4998179.
 

124
LAUNCHING OF THE CONSTRAC PROJECT IN TAGBILARAN CITY, BOHOL
Message: THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
(DTI)-BOHOL IN COOPERATION WITH THE
CONSTRUCTION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT,
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS
(DPWH) AND DON BOSCO TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
WILL FORMALLY LAUNCH THE CONSTRUCTION
TRAINING CENTER (CONSTRAC) PROJECT IN
BOHOL TOMORROW, JULY 31, 2007. THE
ACTIVITY WILL BE HELD AT BOHOL TROPICS
RESORT CLUB AT 9:00 IN THE MORNING.

ONE OF THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES IS TO
TRANSFORM THE CONTRUCTION SITE INTO A
SAFE WORKING PLACE AS IT WANTS TO
ELIMINATE HAZARDS AND REDUCE LOSS TIME
DUE TO ACCIDENTS.

MARIA ELENA C. ARBON
Provincial Director
DTI-Bohol

LAUNCHING PROGRAM
31 JULY 2007, 9:00 AM

REGISTRATION SECRETARIAT

INVOCATION

PAMBANSANG AWIT AND AWIT SA BOHOL

WELCOME REMARKS/PROGRAM RATIONALE -
DIRECTOR ASTERIA C. CABERTE
REGIONAL DIRECTOR, DTI-7

PRESENTATION OF CONSTRAC'S PROGRAMS -
ATTY. JOSH CAROL T. VENTURA
TIRD CHIEF, DTI-7

COMMITMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS -

ENGR. ISMAEL G. MALAGAR
PRESIDENT, BCA

DIRECTOR URBANO B. BUDTAN
REGIONAL DIRECTOR, TESDA-7

ENGR. CELESTINO M. ADLAON
DISTRICT ENGINEER, DPWH-I BOHOL

REV. FR. EUGENE MAGLASANG
DEAN, DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE

ENGR. EDWIN VALLEJOS
OIC, PEO


SIGNING OF PLEDGE OF COMMITMENT BY
STAKEHOLDERS


CLOSING REMARKS - ENGR. ISMAEL G.
MALAGAR, PRESIDENT, BCA

PRESS CONFERENCE


Posted by:


Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao-Gabin
City Information Officer
Lady of Ceremonies
 

125
BNHS CLASS OF 1987 MANIFESTO: RESTORATION OF THE NAME 'BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL'
Message: Province of Bohol
City of Tagbilaran
BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS OF
1987

MANIFESTO

We, the graduates of BOHOL NATIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL – CLASS OF 1987, do hereby
pledge our all-out support for the
RESTORATION OF THE NAME “BOHOL NATIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL” for the following reasons:

Whereas, the “BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH
SCHOOL,” as an educational institution,
has helped mold the future of the
countless Boholanos who have passed the
portals of the school;

Whereas, sometime in 1997, a group
worked on the change of name of the
school from “BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH
SCHOOL” to “DR. CECILIO PUTONG NATIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL,” after Dr. Cecilio Putong,
the Boholano who became Secretary of
Education during the time of Pres.
Carlos Polestico Garcia;

Whereas, such action as done without
proper consultation / public hearing
with the school authorities, teachers,
students, alumni and those who have
loved the school for its name and the
ideals for which it stands;

Whereas, there has been a general
clamor for the restoration of the
name “BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL” from
alumni to preserve and uphold the
identity of the school highlighting the
name of the province of “BOHOL;”

Whereas, the old building of the “BOHOL
NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL” originally “BOHOL
HIGH SCHOOL,” constructed in 1905 has
been declared as “heritage landmark” by
the National Historical Institute (NHI);

Whereas, the school could have honored
Dr. Putong’s remarkable achievements by
way of naming a particular building or
something of significance inside the
campus;

Whereas, Dr. Cecilio Putong, while his
achievements have given pride to the
Boholanos, his singular honor cannot
overshadow the magnitude of the
collectively glory reaped by countless
alumni of “BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL;”

THEREFORE, we the graduates of “BOHOL
NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL – CLASS OF 1987,”
do hereby support the move to restore
the name “BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL”
and hereby affix our signatures during
our 20th Anniversary Reunion this 27th
day of July, 2007 in the City of
Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines.

 

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BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF
1987 20TH ANNIV REUNION:JULY 27 AND
28,2007. PLEASE ATTEND...
Message: City of Tagbilaran
BOHOL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1987


20TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION - JULY 27
(FRIDAY) and JULY 28 (SATURDAY), 2007

(Note: Preliminary Activity -May 15,
2007, 6:00 am – Bundle of Joy Giving
(Amounting to P12,000) to the Gawad
Kalinga – Saint Vincent Village
Community, in cooperation with the
Boholano Belgian Association, Care:
Teresita Lapez Storms, President)

1)PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES

FIRST DAY, JULY 27, FRIDAY – DR. CECILIO
PUTONG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL – COPTAI Gym

•7:30 am - REGISTRATION AND GIVING OF
KITS (FREE, BUT PLEDGES ARE WELCOME)

CONCERNS :
a)Attire: Blue Souvenir T-Shirt (Donor:
Ma. Annaliza M. Preciado – Yano) and
Denim Pants
b)Attendance / Registration Forms
(Class Directory Print-out Care: Fiel
Angeli E. Araoarao - Gabin)
c)Ballpens
d)Marking Pens
e)ID (Laminated)
f)Souvenir CD Containing Messages,
Program of Activities, Class Directory
and Collection of ‘80s Music
g)Tarpoline Streamer (Care: Nora H.
Balatero-Jumawid)

•8:30 am - THANKSGIVING MASS – REV. FR.
EFREN D. DOLAUTA, Presider

CONCERNS:
a)Priest’s Stipend
b)Candles (For Altar and Offerings)
c)Flowers (For Altar and Offerings)
d)Hosts
e)Wine
f)Fruits
g)Altar / Table (School)
h)White Linens for Altar Cover
(Denricks)
i)Sound System (School)
j)Rostrum / Lectern For Commentator
(School)
k)Petitions (Care: Dorothy Abadiano –
Lopena)

•9:30 am - SCHOOL FAMILIARIZATION TOUR,
CARE: DCPNHS GUIDANCE CENTER

•10:00 am - GENERAL ASSEMBLY - DCPNHS
COPTAI Gym

CONCERNS:
a)Tables and Chairs (Denricks Catering
Services)
b)Sound System and Microphones with
Stands (School)
c)Agenda / Program: Introduction /
Opening Remarks

Financial Report

Project Updates

Presentation of Draft Constitution and
By-Laws

Election of New Set of Officers
d)Draft of Constitution and By-Laws
e)Emcee / Moderator: Jude L. Sasing,
Class Valedictorian

•12:00 nn - LUNCH - FELLOWSHIP WITH
TEACHERS AND NON-ACADEMIC PERSONNEL

CONCERNS:
a) Menu for Denricks Food Catering
Services (Good for 100 Pax) : Beef with
Mushroom

Lumpia Shanghai

Steamed Fish with Oyster Sauce
Bam-I

Plain Rice

Leche Flan

Softdrinks
b)Sound System (School)
c)Program: Grace Before Meals
“Tribute to Yoyoy
Villame” Music and Entertainment (Care:
Isabelito Butawan)
d) Emcee: Lanelle P. Taghap

•1:30 pm - CAREER TALK FOR SENIOR
STUDENTS AND TURN-OVER OF DONATION TO
THE PRINCIPAL

CONCERNS:
a)Tables and Chairs (Denricks Catering
Sevices)
b)Sound System (School)
c)Donation for the School: Monobloc
Chairs and Stools
d) Program and Speakers: National
Anthem and Bohol Hymn

Welcome Address and Rationale –
Dr. Patrick John Y. Lim

Banking and Entrepreneurship –
Nora H. Balatero - Jumawid
Education – Ma.
Antonette A. Padreganda
Engineering – Engr. Aldren A. Caralde
Government (Local Government)
– Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin
Government (National Line Agency)
– Engr. Ver Neil B. Balaba
Health – Ana Villa V.
Anana-Plaras, BSN, RN
Legal – Fiscal Cyril G. Viva
Peace and Order – PO3 Larrie A.
Lumbab
Religious Order – Rev. Fr. Efren
D. Dolauta
Turn-over of Donation to Ms.
Concepcion Bagotchay, School Principal
Represented by Miss
Milagros Fuderanan
Speech from the School Administration
Closing Remarks
e) Emcee: Dr. Patrick John Y. Lim,
Project Proponent

• 6:30 pm - DINNER AT VILLA ALZHUN
TOURIST INN AND RESTAURANT (EXCLUSIVE
FOR
CLASS OF ’87
GRADUATES)

CONCERNS:
a)Attire: Semi-Formal
b)6:30 pm Dinner Menu - (Good for 75
Pax): Buttered Chicken and Sweet and
Sour Fish
Pancit Sotanghon (Bam-I)
Chopsuey
Bird’s Nest Soup with
Quail Eggs

Plain Rice

Dessert (Leche Flan)

Softdrinks

Lechon
(Care: Josever Sumaylo)
c)Wines and Champagne: Alphard R.
Belderol, Donor
d)Multi-Media Presentation (Old and New
Pictures)
e)LCD Projector Rental (Villa Alzhun)
f)Videoke / Karaoke Rental (Villa
Alzhun)
g)Door Prizes: Ana Villa V. Anana –
Plaras, Donor
h)Trophies for Special Awards: BNHS
Class of ’87 Alumni King – Cong. Adam
Relson L. Jala

BNHS Class of ’87 Alumni
Queen – Cong. Roberto C. Cajes
Early Bird Awardee
(Male) – Board Member Bobbith Cajes –
Auza
Early Bird Awardee
(Female) – Board Member Ma. Fe C. Lejos
Best-Dressed Alumnus –
Councilor Nerio D. Zamora II
Best-Dressed Alumna –
Councilor Anne Mariquit D. Oppus
Star of the Night (Male)
– Board Member Ester Corazon J.
Galbreath
Star of the Night
(Female) – Vice-Gov. Julius Caesar F.
Herrera
i)Sashes for Alumni King and Queen:
Lanelle P. Taghap, Donor
i) 9:00 pm Fellowship Program
-Invocatory Song (To be sung by the
Class “Singer” – Who else?)
-Philippine National Anthem and Bohol
Hymn (Multi-media presentation with
Bohol’s tourist attractions as
background)
-“Magandang Gabi”
-Opening Remarks - Jude L. Sasing,
Class Valedictorian
-Acknowledgment of Participants By
Geographical Location – Ma. Antonette A.
Padreganda (Secretariat)
-“BNHS Through the Years” (To include
class history, recollection and updates
of classmates via multi-media
presentation using old class and
individual pictures and family pictures)
-Oath-taking Ceremonies of
Newly-Elected Officers - Ms. Remedios B.
Amoguis, Guest of Honor, Inducting
-Keynote Speech – Ms. Remedios B.
Amoguis, Former English Teacher
-Acceptance Speech of Newly-Inducted
BNHS Class 1987 Alumni President
-Introduction of Candidates for Alumni
King and Queen 2007 (Instant ba, for fun
na fund-raising activity depending on
popularity votes; proceeds to be
deposited in the group’s bank account
and will be used to finance future
projects)
-Intermission Numbers: Ballroom Dancing
– Alex M. Cunado & Annaliza Preciado –
Yano

Song Numbers – Isabelito Burtawan and
Company
-Giving of Special Awards or
Recognitions and Coronation of the
Alumni King and Queen 2008 (Needed:
special awards with certificates for 2
“Early Bird” awardees, Best Dressed
Alumna and Alumnus, 2 Stars of the
Night, sashes and sponsored trophies)
-Proclamation and Coronation of BNHS
Class of ’87 Alumni King and Alumni
Queen 2007
-Closing Remarks – Engr. Saturnino C.
Arisola, Alumni President
-Mass Singing of Alma Mater Song -
Dorothy Abadiano – Lopena Conducting
-Fellowship: Dancing to the Tune of
‘80s music
Videoke Singing
Chika-Chika
kj) Emcees: Engr. Ver
Neil B. Balaba and Ms. Fiel Angeli E.
Araoarao - Gabin


SECOND DAY, JULY 28, SATURDAY – BEACH
GATHERING WITH FAMILIES IN PANGLAO,
BOHOL

CONCERNS:
a) 9:00 am - Assembly at the
BNHS-DCPNHS Guardhouse
b)Transportation: Convoy
c)Stopover at Our Lady of Assumption
Church in Dauis, Bohol
d)Venue: Uniwide Beach?
e)Pledges: Softdrinks – Nora B. Jumawid
and Alex Apat
Hard Drinks – Alex
Pilayre

f)Lunch: BYOP, but Food pledges are
welcome
g)Suggested Food: Lechon – Care of
isabelito Butawan Rice

Dinuguan Saging /
Camote
Humba Ginamos
Sinugbang Baboy Latik
Sinugbang Isda
Biko / Malagkit
Kinilaw Softdrinks
ancit Hard Drinks


h) Program: Grace Before Meals
Lunch
Intermission
Number: Isabelito Butawan and Company
Parlor games with
prizes (Group games or family games are
more exciting)
i) Prizes for Parlor Games





127
Message: The Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew Club
for Community Cares (5 Cs) visited
Tagbilaran City, Bohol for its 3rd year
of community outreach program which
started in July 2005.

Chief Steward Mohd Zaheer Noor, married
to a Tagbilaranon, Leni Casiguran
Ingking (Miss Bohol National High
School 1984 and SSEAYP alumna), led the
group which was welcomed by the Bohol
Island Lions Club headed by Dr.
Napoleon Mejia Nazareno. Other club
officers who escorted the group during
their courtesy call to the members of
the 10th Sangguniang Panlungsod (City
Council) and Vice-Mayor Jose Antonio
Salera Veloso were: Jerry Joseph Azcona
Lim and JOnas Gilberto Sarmiento Inting.

The visitors who have committed
themselves to share with the less
fotunate were:

Janet Tan, Flight Stewardess
Jessica Wong, Flight Stewardess
Jo Chia, Flight Stewardess
Jothan Mok, Flight Steward
Danscen Koh (Project Leader), Flight
Steward
Vanessa Tan, Flight Stewardess
Raymond Choa, Inflight Steward
Parathithasan, Inflight Steward
Arun Kumar, Inflight Steward
Mohd Isa Ponang (Nick Isa), Flight
Steward
Sheren Ooi, Flight Stewardess
Monika Verma, Flight Stewardess


City Councilors present were Edgar
Ramirez Bompat, Edgar Lo Kapirig, Oscar
Butron Glovasa, Leonides Lagura Borja,
Danilo Apduhan Bantugan, Zenaido Maslog
Rama, Nerio Dote Zamora II, Lucio Rejas
Balbin, Anne Mariquit Derikito - Oppus,
and Bebiano Mutia Inting.


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

128
Message:

OUR HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF THE LATE DIONISIO CALIBO SR. (90+)
WHO PASSED AWAY EARLY THIS MORNING YESTERDAY, JULY 25.

THE SENIOR CALIBO WAS THE FATHER OF JUDGE DIONISIO CALIBO JR., OUR COLLEAGUE AT THE BOHOL SANDUGO TOASTMASTERS CLUB BACK IN THE EARLY 1990'S AND THE GRANDFATHER OF ANTONETTE
CALIBO MADRINAN-BOLO, OUR ELEMENTARY CLASSMATE AT HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL - CLASS OF 1983.

HE WAS ONE OF THE DEVOTE PARISHIONERS OF THE OUR LADY OF LOURDES PARISH (FORMERLY K OF C)


CONDOLENCES FROM:


FIEL, JEROME AND CIELO GABIN
REP-WINCIE ARAOARAO AND FAMILY
BOHOL SANDUGO TOASTMASTERS CLUB
HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL ELEM CLASS OF 1983



129
DENGUE FEVER PREVENTION ADVISORY:FOR THOSE WHO ARE IN BOHOL(FROM MAY VALLES BLANCO)
Message: DENGUE FEVER PREVENTION (FROM MAY
VALLES BLANCO)
Message: Dengue Fever Prevention

Dengue fever is caused by a bite from
an infected Aedes mosquito. This
species of mosquito has black and white
stripes on its legs and body. It bites
during daylight hours. Its preferred
breeding waters are clean, stagnant
waters in shady areas.

Dengue fever ( DF ), dengue hemorrhagic
fever ( DHF ) and Dengue Shock Syndrome
( DSS ) are caused by viruses DEN-1,
DEN-2 and DEN-3. DHF is contracted when
the victim is infected with a second or
even third strain of virus after the
initial infection of a strain of dengue
virus. This is because being infected
with one strain of dengue virus does
not render you immune to the other
strains ( or serotypes ).



If your housing area is dengue-prone,
you may need four different dengue
immunizations. The most common dengue
is dengue fever.

You need to see your physician
immediately if you show clinical signs
of dengue. The symptoms include fever,
bad headaches, muscle and joint pains,
skin rashes and overall weakness in the
body. DHF has further complications of
cough, vomiting and stomach pains. DSS
is detected with symptoms like cold,
sweaty palms, nose or gum bleeds,
excretion of blood, vomiting and
stomach pains.

Dengue is a fatal disease and deserves
immediate medical treatment.
Intravenous fluids ( IV ) are used to
treat the electrolyte imbalances and
dehydration. Depending on the patient's
condition, blood transfusion may be
ordered by the doctor. Dengue needs
hospitalization and intensive care.
Recovery is possible. In contrast,
untreated victims have only a 50 %
chance of survival.

To cope with dengue, prevention of
being bitten by a Aedes mosquito or any
other infected mosquito is better than
curing the disease. Guard against
collection of stagnant water within the
house. Flower vases, plant plates,
receptacles, rainwater and gully traps
within bathrooms invite breeding. For
water receptacles, change the water
daily.

Outside the house, watch out for holes,
accumulation of leaves, exposed rubbish
and stagnant gully traps. These are
sources of stagnant water for mosquito
breeding.

There are sprays and insecticides to
kill mosquitoes and larvae. These are
cheap preventive measures as compared
to the high costs of hospitalization
and danger to human lives.

http://nc.essortment.com/denguefeverpr_r
zyw.htm





DENGUE FEVER PREVENTION
Prevalence
Dengue Fever is an acute febrile viral
disease caused by dengue viruses.
Dengue Fever Cases are reported in Hong
Kong this year. The infection could be
acquired both locally and outside Hong
Kong, most commonly from Southeast
Asian countries.
Mode of Transmission
Dengue viruses are transmitted to
humans through the bites of infective
female Aedes mosquitoes. The disease is
not directly transmitted from person to
person.
Incubation Period
The incubation period is from 3 to 14
days.
Clinical Features
Dengue Fever is an acute febrile
infection characterized by sudden
onset, fever for 3-5 days, intense
headache, muscle pain, joint pain, eye
pain, anorexia, gastrointestinal
disturbances and rash. Seek medical
advice if you have the above symptoms
after travel to Southeast Asian
countries. Untreated Dengue
haemorrhagic fever can be fatal.
Prevention and Control
At present, there is no specific
treatment. No vaccine is current
available. The only method of
controlling or preventing Dengue Fever
is to combat the vector mosquitoes.
Vector control is implemented using
environmental management and chemical
methods. Proper solid waste disposal,
elimination of stagnant water in
domestic environment and improved water
storage practices.
Aerosol and liquid spray has to be
applied directly to the adult mosquito
for effective killing, e.g. household
pesticides.
Mosquito coil and electric mosquito
mat/ liquid has to be placed near
possible entrance, such as window, for
mosquito.
Wear long-sleeved clothes and long
trousers when going outdoors. Bodies
could be protected from mosquito bite
by applying insect repellent on the
clothes and exposed part of the body
especially when you travel to Dengue
Fever endemic areas.
Mosquito bednet could be used when the
room is not air-conditioned.


http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/uhs/dochtml/Dengu
e%20Fever.htm




Dengue


Dengue [DEN-ghee] is a flu-like viral
disease spread by the bite of infected
mosquitoes. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is
a severe, often fatal, complication of
dengue.
Dengue occurs in most tropical areas of
the world. Most U.S. cases occur in
travelers returning from abroad, but
the dengue risk is increasing for
persons living along the Texas-Mexico
border and in other parts of the
southern United States.
There is no specific treatment for
dengue.
Prevention centers on avoiding mosquito
bites in areas where dengue occurs or
might occur and eliminating breeding
sites.


What is dengue fever? What is dengue
hemorrhagic fever?

Dengue fever is a flu-like illness
spread by the bite of an infected
mosquito.

Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a severe,
often fatal, complication of dengue
fever.



What is the infectious agent that
causes dengue?

Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever are
caused by any of the dengue family of
viruses. Infection with one virus does
not protect a person against infection
with another.



How is dengue spread?

Dengue is spread by the bite of an
Aedes mosquito. The mosquito transmits
the disease by biting an infected
person and then biting someone else.



Where is dengue found?

Dengue viruses occur in most tropical
areas of the world. Dengue is common in
Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Australia,
and the Americas. It is widespread in
the Caribbean basin. Dengue is most
common in cities but can be found in
rural areas. It is rarely found in
mountainous areas above 4,000 feet.

The mosquitoes that transmit dengue
live among humans and breed in
discarded tires, flower pots, old oil
drums, and water storage containers
close to human dwellings. Unlike the
mosquitoes that cause malaria, dengue
mosquitoes bite during the day.



What are the signs and symptoms of
dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic
fever?

Dengue fever usually starts suddenly
with a high fever, rash, severe
headache, pain behind the eyes, and
muscle and joint pain. The severity of
the joint pain has given dengue the
name "breakbone fever." Nausea,
vomiting, and loss of appetite are
common. A rash usually appears 3 to 4
days after the start of the fever. The
illness can last up to 10 days, but
complete recovery can take as long as a
month. Older children and adults are
usually sicker than young children.

Most dengue infections result in
relatively mild illness, but some can
progress to dengue hemorrhagic fever.
With dengue hemorrhagic fever, the
blood vessels start to leak and cause
bleeding from the nose, mouth, and
gums. Bruising can be a sign of
bleeding inside the body. Without
prompt treatment, the blood vessels can
collapse, causing shock (dengue shock
syndrome). Dengue hemorrhagic fever is
fatal in about 5 percent of cases,
mostly among children and young adults.



How soon after exposure do symptoms
appear?

The time between the bite of a mosquito
carrying dengue virus and the start of
symptoms averages 4 to 6 days, with a
range of 3 to 14 days. An infected
person cannot spread the infection to
other persons but can be a source of
dengue virus for mosquitoes for about 6
days.



How is dengue diagnosed?

Dengue is diagnosed by a blood test.



Who is at risk for dengue?

Anyone who is bitten by an infected
mosquito can get dengue fever. Risk
factors for dengue hemorrhagic fever
include a person's age and immune
status, as well as the type of
infecting virus. Persons who were
previously infected with one or more
types of dengue virus are thought to be
at greater risk for developing dengue
hemorrhagic fever if infected again.



What is the treatment for dengue and
dengue hemorrhagic fever?

There is no specific treatment for
dengue. Persons with dengue fever
should rest and drink plenty of fluids.
They should be kept away from
mosquitoes for the protection of
others. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is
treated by replacing lost fluids. Some
patients need transfusions to control
bleeding.



How common is dengue?

In tropical countries around the world,
dengue is one of the most common viral
diseases spread to humans by
mosquitoes. Tens of millions of cases
of dengue fever and up to hundreds of
thousands of cases of dengue
hemorrhagic fever occur each year.

In the United States, approximately 100
cases of dengue are reported each year
in travelers returning from tropical
areas. Many more cases probably go
unreported. A few persons have become
infected with dengue while living in
the United States. Aedes mosquitoes are
found in Texas, Florida, and other
southern states, and locally acquired
dengue has been reported three times
since 1980 in southern Texas.



Is dengue an emerging infectious
disease?

Yes. All types of dengue virus are re-
emerging worldwide and causing larger
and more frequent epidemics, especially
in cities in the tropics. The emergence
of dengue as a major public health
problem has been most dramatic in the
western hemisphere. Dengue fever has
reached epidemic levels in Central
America and is threatening the United
States.

Several factors are contributing to the
resurgence of dengue fever:

No effective mosquito control efforts
are underway in most countries with
dengue.
Public health systems to detect and
control epidemics are deteriorating
around the world.
Rapid growth of cities in tropical
countries has led to overcrowding,
urban decay, and substandard
sanitation, allowing more mosquitoes to
live closer to more people.
The increase in non-biodegradable
plastic packaging and discarded tires
is creating new breeding sites for
mosquitoes.
Increased jet air travel is helping
people infected with dengue viruses to
move easily from city to city.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever is also on the
rise. Persons who have been infected
with one or more forms of dengue virus
are at greater risk for the more severe
disease. With the increase in all types
of virus, the occurrence of dengue
hemorrhagic fever becomes more likely.



How can dengue be prevented?

There is no vaccine to prevent dengue.
Prevention centers on avoiding mosquito
bites when traveling to areas where
dengue occurs and when in U.S. areas,
especially along the Texas-Mexico
border, where dengue might occur.
Eliminating mosquito breeding sites in
these areas is another key prevention
measure.

Avoid mosquito bites when traveling in
tropical areas:

Use mosquito repellents on skin and
clothing.
When outdoors during times that
mosquitoes are biting, wear long-
sleeved shirts and long pants tucked
into socks.
Avoid heavily populated residential
areas.
When indoors, stay in air-conditioned
or screened areas. Use bednets if
sleeping areas are not screened or air-
conditioned.
If you have symptoms of dengue, report
your travel history to your doctor.
Eliminate mosquito breeding sites in
areas where dengue might occur:

Eliminate mosquito breeding sites
around homes. Discard items that can
collect rain or run-off water,
especially old tires.
Regularly change the water in outdoor
bird baths and pet and animal water
containers.
http://www.dhpe.org/infect/dengue.html




Dengue

At the present time, there is no
vaccination known for the dengue fever.
Treatment is based on treating the
symptoms. This means giving medication
for each symptom, like giving pain
killers to relieve the dengue sufferer
from pain. Some professionals say that
you have to drink lots of water or
healthy juices. For some patients,
dengue is so bad that they need blood
transfusions to control their bleeding.
Dengue is often fatal. That's why
scientists and researchers are looking
for a cure or vaccine. But no matter
how hard they try, they haven't found a
cure yet. The best way to fight dengue
is not by treating dengue itself but by
preventing the spread of dengue by
eliminating mosquito reproduction.

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fiel,
  nakasabot baya ko sa nafeel nimo and dili jud fair ng uban na mag accuse dayon kung unsa mahitabo kung naa na ang mga bol anon diri sa america by the time mag start na ang conbusac.
  hambuggera kaaya na sya na mag istorya ana about sa invitation na dili daw apilon kanang mga taga panglao under ni dr. dumaluan kay naa di maayo na plano after convention. kinsa pa man ganahan mo attend ani kung ing ani na diay sila ka hambog ug wala sila motan aw sa ilahang guiguikanan? sus intawon, pasagdi na lang ang mga tawo particularly kung unsa ilahang idiskarte kung moabot na sila sa america kay it's not her business anymore baya!
  lisod na man intawon mag stay sa america kung wala kay papers nowadays kaya dili sya mag pressume na mao nay buhaton sa uban na bola nons!
  we  have different stories when we arrived in america and how we survived without others help and who knows gui unsa pod nila pag kuha sa ilahang papers di ba? wa ta kahibalo na naka papel lang sya kay nag minyo ug foreigner and karon naka papers na sya and foreign sounding name iyahang name, hambog na kaayo sya!
  ingna intawon na si mr. president na dili sya mamugos sa klaseng tawo na anti bola non and paki alamera sa buhay ng may buhay! kung makit an ni nako sya mosurop jud akong dugo and kay hilas ra kaayo sya mo accuse and label boholanos who comes here na magwork jud and mag TNT. it's not her f***** business!!!
  naa kay picture aning tawhana Fiel? i was invited man sad but totally changed my mind na gubot ra diay akong adtuan!

more power sa imuha fiel and i support you all the way for promoting bohol and most especially panglao.


TRUTH BE TOLD:


My father, DERCLO REPARATO BONGOYAN ARAOARAO (Danao, Panglao), served as Mayor of Panglao, Bohol in 1980 to 1986. Because of that, even in my humble capacity as half-Panglaonon, and my LOVE for culture and the arts which my mother WINCESA ESPEJO ARAOARAO (Cogon, Tagbilaran City), founder of the Bohol National High School Bukang Liwayway Dance Troupe in 1979, has imbued in me, I have always supported cultural promotion endeavors in Panglao, especially because Ma'am Nila and Sir Frank Montero and I have been friends dating back to the time I was president of the DML Montessori School Parents-Teachers Association (election based on capacity, clear goals and objectives and developmental programs for the benefit of the pupils and fellow parents).

I AM NOT THE TYPE TO RUIN REPUTATION OF FRIENDS, moreso, I RESPECT other people's opinions, hence, I expect the same consideration from you. I may come from a POOR family, but Papa Rep and Mama Wincie have NEVER FAILED to teach us MANNERS AND VALUES...Whatever personal biases you have against them, I have nothing to do with it because I have had good working relationships with them which contributed greatly to our goals in the DML Montessori, even up to now. Besides, these two people are the driving forces who unselfishly supported Anna Maris Arcay Igpit when she joined her first beauty pageant, Miss Bohol Sandugo 2003 (I was the lady of ceremonies of the talent competition) when she earned the first runner-up award, until she got the Miss Bohol Sandugo 2005 (I was part of the working committee) crown which paved the way to a higher level, that of the Binibining Pilipinas tilt.

Maris gave honor to Boholanos when she was crowned Binibining Pilipinas-World 2006, the highest honor held by a Boholana in the field of beauty pageants, which catapulted her to be the Philippines' official representative to the most prestigious beauty pageant in the world - Miss World - held in  Warsaw, Poland in September 2006. Sad to note, I heard that SOME people in Panglao said that Maris' victory was "bought." MY GOD! That is such a DISHEARTENING / degrading statement! PARDON ME, but modesty aside, I won the title Miss Tagbilaran 1987 and was awarded "Miss Talent" - MY MOTHER DID NOT PAY FOR THAT TITLE! Pobre ra baya mi! ...Don't you think I deserve that? God knows I gave my best performance during that time baya...THAT IS WHY I FEEL STRONGLY / EMPATHIZE WITH BEAUTY PAGEANT WINNERS AND CANDIDATES...

We SHOULD learn to recognize the talents and capacity to excel of our fellow Boholanos. WHY CAN'T WE BE HAPPY that a fellow Boholano has given honor to our province, to think that there were other equally brilliant and beautiful Filipinas who even come from well-off / more prominent families in the country? How sad...

Why are we so quick to share in the victory of the Panglao streetdancing group when they landed 4th place in the Sinulog Festival 2006 in Cebu City during their first stint, and garnered the 3rd spot in the free interpretation category, from among the close to a hundred contingents coming from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and criticize Ma'am Nila, Sir Frank and the other Panglaonons who have worked so hard under the scorching heat of the sun, enduring countless sleepless nights of practices and worked on a meager budget as it they didn't deserve the award?

After I judged the "Hudyaka sa Panglao" streetdancing contest during the feast of Saint Augustine on August 28, 2006, Ma'am Nila, Sir Ondo and I explored the idea of a homecoming program for Panglaoanons (similar to the Tigum Bol-anon sa Tibuok Kalibutan - to include cultural shows and medical-dental missions) who are now settled in other countries. Personally, I was excited with the idea, after Rev. Fr. Linuel Canizares told me that Panglao has not celebrated its foundation day since. Then, we thought that August 2008 would be a good time to spark a celebration since it is the 225th anniversary of Saint Augustine Church.

AS A CULTURAL WORKER WHO IS SO ABSORBED WITH MY LOVE / PASSION FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS, I WAS ONLY TOO HAPPY TO OFFER HELP - NO MONEY INVOLVED - LABOR OF LOVE, AND IN FACT, GAVE THEM THE WORKING PAPERS - PROPOSAL FOR THE ACTIVITIES AND SET-UP OF THE DIFFERENT WORKING COMMITTEES - WHICH WERE USED THE FIRST MEETING OF THE GROUP HELD AT METROCENTRE HOTEL IN SEPTEMBER OR OCTOBER OF 2006. IN FACT, THE TERM "TANDA-LANTAW" WAS CONCEIVED AFTER THE BRAINSTORMING I HAD WITH MS. VIRGILIA "NENENG" MAGALLANES - GENOSO, MY OFFICEMATE AT THE CITY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE.

I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS A KID, PAPA REP WOULD SAY "MOTANDA TA SA PANGLAO." I PERSONALLY PRESENTED THE TERM DURING THAT FIRST MEETING OF THE GROUP AS  I WAS ONE OF ITS ORIGINAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS... NOW, IF YOU WILL PERSECUTE ME FOR HELPING THE GROUP OF MAYOR DUMALUAN OR BECAUSE I AM ONE OF THE AUTHORS OF THE "TANDA-LANTAW," THEN I AM GUILTY, BUT I AM ONLY CONCERNED BECAUSE I FEEL STRONGLY FOR PANGLAO. YOU CANNOT BLAME ME FOR THAT.

I FIRMLY BELIEVE THAT AS A MAJOR TOURIST DESTINATION IN  THE  COUNTRY, PANGLAO SHOULD  INITIATE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES - OF WHICH  ARTS AND CULTURE IS AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT - IF WE ARE REALLY SERIOUS IN PROMOTING / HELPING THE LOCAL TOURISM INDUSTRY, WHICH COULD GENERATE JOBS FOR THE MARGINALIZED SECTORS OF OUR SOCIETY...

WHY CAN'T WE BE UNITED TOWARDS A COMMON GOAL? WHY DO WE KEEP ON FINDING FAULTS IN OTHER PEOPLE, INSTEAD OF CHANNELING OUR EFFORTS FOR MORE POSITIVE ENDEAVORS FOR THE GOOD OF THE GREATEST NUMBER? WHY? PRAY TELL ME...

FIEL



La Luna Basurahan <panglaoforsale@yahoo.com> wrote:Hello Francine,

The CONBUSAC has been holding biennial conventions in its 21 years of existence. One of
the goals of these conventions is to foster comaraderie among Boholanos wherever they
may be.  It is not surprising therefore that in each of the conventions of the CONBUSAC
there are always Boholanos from Bohol attending these conventions. This year is no
exception.

The CONBUSAC has an open invitation to each and every Boholano who wants to participate.
The CONBUSAC does not discriminate against anyone whatever their political affiliations
are.

Having said that, I am reiterating my invitation to you and to other Boholanos to join
us in San Francisco where we can really feel the Boholano brand of comaraderie.

Ted Apalisok
President, CONBUSAC



> Hi Mr. Ted,
>
>   Greetings from New York! The CONBUSAC gathering is drawing nearer and I hope we can
go
> there in San Francisco to join our other paisanos.
>
>   How's my first letter? Did you give invitation to the Panglao people? You should not
> give them invitation to attend the CONBUSAC. If they are calling you that they are
coming to promote their activity for the TANDA LANTAW, they lied. DR. DUMALUAN is no
longer the mayor and Nila Montero is not a councilor. Gov. Erico Aumentado labelled them
anti-progress in Bohol. You can call the governor's office to ask about DUMALUAN''s
background.
>
>   What the group will do during the CONBUSAC? They have nothing to do but they will do
> TNT after the convention! Bringing more than 6 -10 people is called alien smuggling
and is against the US law. These people no longer works in the municipal hall when MAYOR
DODONG ALCALA is now the mayor. They want to go to US to work.
>
>   Please. I beg you not to give them invitation for the Organization's sake. Gov.
Erico
> Aumentado will not be pleased when he knows you're inviting these anti-people.
>
>   Sincerely,
>
>   FRANCINE GARCIA-CAMPBELL
>   Jackson Street, New York


PLEASE PASS TO AS MANY BOHOLANOS / PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD!!!

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DIVINE WORD COLLEGE 'CALLISTEANS' - COLLEGE OF NURSING CLASS '91 REUNION,JULY 13 TO 15, 2007



Message:
INFORMATION FROM: RUVI ARLYN PRESIADOS ESTORPE - MINOZA, CLASS OFFICER, HSS Elementary Class of 1983 classmate


REUNION ACTIVITIES:

> DAY 1, JULY 13
- REGISTRATION AT 8:00 AM
- THANKSGIVING MASS
- MOTORCADE
- LUNCH AT BOHOL TROPICS RESORT
- OUTREACH PROGRAM
- DINNER AT METROCENTRE HOTEL

> DAY 2, JULY 14
- LUNCH DURING LOBOC RIVER CRUISE
- SAGBAYAN PEAK TOUR

> DAY 3, JULY 15
- FAMILY DAY
- THANKSGIVING MASS
- LUNCH AT DUMALUAN BEACH, PANGLAO


Posted by:


Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao - Gabin


 

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BOHOLANA-HSS ELEM CLASS '83 IS 2007 OUTSTANDING YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARDEE-DR. CZARINA SALOMA AKPEDONU

Message: Dr. Czarina Aya-ay Saloma Akpedonu, our classmate, has been named 2007 "Outstanding Young Scientist" in the field of Sociology by the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), Philippines. The awarding ceremony will be held on 12 July 2007 at the Manila Hotel.

Her brother Caesar, now Dean of the College of Science, UP Diliman, won the
award in 1992 in the field of Applied Physics.

According to Czarina, during that time, her parents (Ciriaco Balangkig Saloma,
an engineer who was the manager of the Bohol Power Grid of the National Power
Corporation in the 1980s, and Celerina Gatal Aya-ay, public school teacher) hang a poster of the NAST's Ten Outstanding Young Scientists in the wall of their library. One of the names that appeared in the poster was that of Ma. Cynthia Rose Banzon-Bautista who won the award in 1988. Dr. Bautista was her teacher at the UP, and she, Czarina, is the second sociologist in the Philippines to win this award, after her teacher.

She thanks both her brother Cesar and Cynch Bautista for the inspiration!


Congrats, Bopeep (Czarina)! We are so proud of you!


HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL ELEMENTARY CLASS OF 1983
Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao - Gabin

 


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The newly-inducted officers of the Holy Name University Alumni Association (HNUAA) took their oath before Rev. Fr. Ernesto Lagura, SVD:


President: Judge Suceso Arcamo
Vice-President (Internal Affairs): Atty. Ramon Cimafranca
Vice-President (External Affairs): Atty. Raul Barbarona
Secretary: Jose Nazareno
Treasurer: Meinard Butalid
Auditor: Mariano Parras
Press Relations Officers: Richard Bompat
           Nick Pagaran
Members of the Board:
- Nila C. Itac
- Awe Tubo
- Annie Corrales
- Princesita Bumaat
- Raulito Manuel Tugonon
- Eddie Maslog
- Leonides Borja

Simple fellowship followed at the Conference Room of Office of the President of the University.

Also present during the induction was Atty. Tomas Abapo Jr., Provincial Administrator.

Posted by:
Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao - Gabin
DWC-T Alumna

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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE OF MOBILE PASSPORT PROCESSING AND OTHER SERVICES SPONSORED BY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMNET OF BOHOL HEADED BY GOV. ERICO AUMENTADO AND THE ISLAND CITY MALL :

> FIRST DAY, JUNE 29, FRIDAY, 8:00AM TO 5:00PM

1) National Statistics Office (NSO)
2) Professional Regulations Commission (PRC)
3) Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)
4) Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB)
5) Social Security System (SSS)
6) PHilippine Health Insurance (PhilHealth)
7) National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)


> SECOND DAY, JUNE 30, SATURDAY, 8:00AM TO 5:00PM
- DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

> Passport Processing - P750.00 fee
Requirements:
- authenticated birth certificate
- authenticated marriage certificate (for married women)
- 3 recent passport size photos
- any valid identification card (ID)
- others: NBI clearance, transcript of records, diploma or baptismal certificate

> Passport Renewal - P750.00
Requirements:
- old (expired) passport
- photocopies of passport pages 1,2,3 and the last pages
- 3 recent passport size photos
- any valid ID

SOURCE:

Bohol Employment and Placement Office (BEPO)

Posted by: Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao – Gabin, City Information Officer

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SEAIR BRINGS ANOTHER OPTION FOR CEBU-TAGBILARAN ROUTE

South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) introduces another option for people who would like to come to Tagbilaran from Cebu City.

In time for the Sandugo Festival, SEAIR will connect Tagbilaran and Cebu with their schedule of trips.

Cebu-Tagbilaran:
Monday and Friday: 7:00 am to 7:45 am
Thursday and Sunday: 8:00 am to 8:25 am

Tagbilaran-Cebu:
Monday and Friday: 7:45 am to 8:10 am
Thursday and Friday: 8:45 am to 9:10 al

Hopefully, by November 2007, SEAIR will have flights from Boracay direct to Tagbilaran.

According to Johnny Galia Enerio, General Sales Agent in Tagbilaran, it is the “westward route” which will connect Bohol with Caticlan, Aklan, Busuanga and Palawan in an hour, without passing Cebu or Manila.

It will make Tagbilaran the gateway of the best dive spots in the Philippines!


South East Asian Airlines Personnel who came for the proving flight to Tagbilaran City yesterday:

    a. Pilot in Command: Captain Jayson Mapeso
    b. Chief Pilot: Captain Nilo Sumang
    c. Flight Mechanic: Engr. Tomas Capara
    d. Aeronautical Engineer: Engr. Jimmy Magdamit
    e. Flight Operations Officer: Gerald Marasigan
    f. Manager, Sales and Marketing: Anne Elizabeth K. Tan
    g. Passenger Sales Executive: Maricar S. Marasigan

Air Transportation Office Personnel

    a. Edgardo Sarigumba, Sr.
    b. Annabelle Calamba
    c. Captain Jay Basawil
    d. Captain Edwin Flores

Tagbilaranons who witnessed the proving flight were Edgar D. Solis of the Air Transportation Office, Along Galinato and Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao – Gabin. Jhec-Jhec Consolacion is the reservation and ticketing officer.

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Philippine Business News / Re: Miss Bohol Sandugo 2007 CANCELLED
« on: June 28, 2007, 12:57:23 PM »
WHAT ABOUT BEAUTY PAGEANTS? (or, why I just love beauty pageants!)
(Final. For The Bohol Sunday Post Ms. F January 7, 2007 Issue. Thanks.)


by Fiel Angeli Espejo Araoarao - Gabin


How it all started: A 13-year-old freshman had to “borrow” dresses and accessories from co-delegates (one from Mia Manuelita Mascariñas who is now Atty. Green) after she was “forced” to represent Bohol Division in the Miss Regional Secondary Schools Press Conference on the second day of the regional gathering at Larena National Vocational College (now Siquijor State College) in November 1983. She lost. How would a naïve and very shy “ugly duckling” compete with older ladies who had more years of experience? But, thanks to BNHS’ Ma’am Portia Bayron Jubac, “The Boholenian” adviser and “presscon mother,” Dr. Louis T. Palapar (BAC), Ma’am Fe Machete and Ma’am Nenita Bernido (BSAT), Ma’am Liliosa Baluma (DWC-T), other teachers and student delegates for their guidance and help. In the Nov. 1985 RSSPC at BSAT, she was second to Silliman University’s Michelle Bulaclac who was crowned Miss RSSPC. As provincial winner of the science fair essay writing contest, she was sent to the Regional Science Fair and Quiz at Saint Alphonsus Catholic School in Lapulapu City, was Bohol muse for the Miss RSFQ pageant and came home with the second runner-up and Best in Casual Wear awards (Nov. 1986). A week before the BNHS Bukang Liwayway Dance Troupe was adjudged provincial champion in the 1986 “Hadla nga Bol-anon” folkdancing competition sponsored by OIC Gov. Victor dela Serna, she delivered an oration piece written by English teacher-mentor Eva Espuelas – her ticket to the Miss Talent award and eventually, the Miss BNHS Personality ’86 title. A million thanks to the ever-gracious Ma’am Minnie Villamor Del Rosario for providing the wardrobe.

After HS graduation, upon the prodding of a BLDT colleague, the late Grace Sajulga Revil - Biloy, former PMI-Colleges Bohol PE teacher, she was one of the Miss Tagbilaran ’87 contestants. On May 9, 1987, the Leo Club of Tagbilaran then headed by Jerry Joseph A. Lim, gave her the Miss Talent trophy for her performance of “Binasuan,” her Mama Wincie’s favorite dance, while Miss Tagbilaran ’86 Suzette Clarin turned over the crown...

Indeed, there were many times of losses and gains, of defeats and triumphs in between - of being a friend or “shock absorber,’ chaperone or “alalay,” make-up artist, talent scout and trainor to a candidate; usherette, anchorwoman and the first major emceeing stint - the Miss College of Arts and Sciences, with Raul Phillip O. Gatal; as pageant choreographer, as the 7-month pregnant lady of ceremonies of Miss Teen Siquijor ’96, chair of the publicity committee, and project chairperson/coordinator of the Mutya sa Tagbilaran ’98 (won by the glamorous Jesyl Bongosia Del Rosario), TISBA Campus Girl 2000 (winner: the bemedalled BWS valedictorian Ruby Radaza Seroje), Ubi Festival Queen 2004 (winner: the very eloquent Rhiz Nova Tagsip Arenas who became Miss Bohol Sandugo 2004 ), Mutya sa Cogon 2006 (winner: songbird Jesat Cathy Jubane Duce, Bohol SK Pop Idol 2006) and many others. Then, finally as beauty pageant judge (in speaking, writing, singing, and dance contests, as well) in Bohol towns and even in Siquijor and Oriental Negros.

So, what is it about beauty pageants? A lady from the media was heard to have asked: “What is the importance of beauty pageants? Do we really need beauty pageants?” Many times we have heard of the lines “A thing of beauty is a joy forever,” “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” and other clichés pertaining to beauty. Beauty is associated with art, vice-versa. (Art is an expression of a person’s thoughts, feelings and emotions.) I still remember Sir Eric Cañete, our Philosophy instructor at DWC-T, telling us about “truth, goodness and beauty” as among the reasons for man’s existence.

Back to the question ‘do we really need beauty pageants:’ In my own opinion, people need to personify intangible qualities or traits so the youth can see role models for them to emulate. We see courage and grace under pressure as the candidate starts to bare (introduce) herself to the audience in the production number. We can tell if she has lofty thoughts and ideals and sincerity in the Q and A portion, unless the answer is memorized. In the casual wear, swimsuit (decent cut preferred) and gown competitions, we can judge the physical attributes like the bodily figure, shape of legs, complexion and the hair. The talent showcase, of course, allows us a glimpse if the candidate can hit the right tune, execute the right movements with ease and fluidity, internalize properly a given situation, enunciate and project well a literary piece, or capture and express her thoughts in drawing, as the case may be. However, more than the appearance, what really matters is the attitude of the candidate, her dealings with other people, especially, after she wins or loses in the competition. We can tell if she is the humble victor type or the bitter loser, considering that it’s hard to handle failure. Some say failure is postponed success.

Joining or winning beauty pageants could be a stepping-stone to success, only if one possesses the right attitude and harnessed potentials. There is also the so-called “beauty with a purpose” which is precisely why the Miss World 2006 gave a big percentage to the candidate’s involvement in charitable works in the over-all rating and ranking. Aside from the usual criteria, organizers are also zooming in on the lady with the “heart” or compassion to reach out to the needy. In this context, candidates of beauty pageants should, therefore, aspire to be role models, to show what is good, right, moral and just - traits that should be possessed by the youth in these contemporary times. What do former First Lady Imelda Romualdez-Marcos (Manila beauty queen in the 1950’s), Miss International 1964 Gemma Cruz-Araneta (former Secretary of the Department of Tourism), Miss International 1970 Aurora Pijuan – Manotoc (erstwhile member of the Batasang Pambansa), Miss Universe 1973 Margarita Moran – Floirendo (influential civic leader and respected businesswoman in Mindanao) have in common? They are, to borrow the phrase of James Guadalquiver, the epitomes of timeless beauty, natural elegance, and regal pedigree. But more than that, they have redefined beauty by becoming successful compassionate leaders in their respective fields and endeavors. They have developed and exemplified the value of hard work, strength of character and most of all, faith in God. (Most of beauty pageant contestants do go to church, pray the rosary/novena or at least make the sign of the cross before competing.)

In Bohol, we have our very own Anna Maris Arcay Igpit from Panglao (this writer had the pleasure of knowing her during the Miss Bohol Sandugo 2003 and 2005 tilts) who had the honor of representing our province in the Binibining Pilipinas 2006 and the Philippines in the 56th Miss World pageant at Sala Kongresowa Auditorium, Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Poland.

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THE FIRST BOHOLANO CREATIVE INDUSTRY FESTIVAL

SANDUGO 2007

Theme: Pakigsandurot sa Kinaiyang Bol-anon

(Creative Industries for Sustainable Community Livelihood and Tourism)

EVENTS    : SANDUGO PRODUCT AND LIFESTYLE FAIR

            CREATIVE INDUSTRY AGORA (Agriculture, Tourism,    Crafts, Culture)

            CULTURAL PERFORMANCES

            CREATIVE INDUSTRY FORUM

            GO NEGOSYO TALK SHOW

            BOHOLANO COOKFESTS

            AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FORA

            SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM

DATE & VENUE OF ACTIVITY  : 

SANDUGO PRODUCT AND LIFESTYLE FAIR,    July 18-22, 2007,ICM

CREATIVE INDUSTRY AGORA (Agriculture, Tourism, Crafts, Culture),  July 18-22, 2007, ICM

CULTURAL PERFORMANCES      July 18-20, 2007, ICM

CREATIVE INDUSTRY FORUM     July 21, 2007, Metro Ctr

GO NEGOSYO TALK SHOW      July 19, 2007, ICM

BOHOLANO COOKFESTS      July 20, 2007 ICM

                                                      & July 21, 2007, BQ

AGRICULTURAL ENTRPRENEURSHIP FAIR    July 18-22, 2007, ICM

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM     July 18 & 20, 2007, APC

FOCUS    : Marketing and Promotion of Agricultural

      and the Creative Industries for

      Sustainable Livelihood and Tourism

AREAS     :  Traditional Arts and Crafts, indigenous

      food, Fresh and Processed Agricultural

                                    Products, Eco-Cultural Tourism products        and Destinations

PROJECT PROPONENT  : Department of Trade and Industry

                                    Bohol Provincial Office

                                    2.F FCB Main Building, CPG Avenue

                                    Tagbilaran City

                                    Tel. No. (038)411-3302

                                    Fax No. (038)411-3533

                                    Email: dtibohol@yahoo.com

CONTACT PERSON   :  Ma. Elena C. Arbon

                                    Provincial Director

                                    DTI-Bohol

COOPERATING AGENCIES  :  Peace and Equity Foundation, Inc.

                                    PROCESS – Bohol

                                    Bohol Chamber of Commerce and

                                          Industry, Inc.

                                    Bohol Provincial Government

Bohol Investment Promotions Center
Provincial Agriculture Office
BoholPoverty Reduction Management Office
Provincial Veterinary Office
Bohol Tourism Office
Bohol Tourism Council

                                    Bohol Arts and Cultural Heritage Council

A. Rationale

      The Sandugo Festival is an annual activity done by Boholanos to commemorate the blood compact between Datu Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi where both agreed to maintain friendly relations. It is said that this agreement was the first international treaty of friendship.

      Through the years the Sandugo Festival has been celebrated via a plethora of activities that showcases the past, present and even aspirations (future) of Boholanos. This is shown through song and dance, crafts and food shows, cultural presentations, agricultural fairs, and the entrepreneurial endeavors of its people. Always at the heart of these annual celebrations are the Boholanos, unified in purpose to survive hardship and poverty through the judicious and creative use of its natural endowments.

      The celebration is usually a whirl of activities contributed by various government and private sector groups and integrated through a Sandugo calendar that lists the events. While this has been effective in part in that it unleashes local creativity and imagination, for some it results in duplication and cost inefficiency. It also limits the attraction and choices that the various, disparate fairs being held offer to the market.

      It is in this context that this concept paper is submitted to prospective partners for consideration. In the spirit of the original Sandugo which was a compact of friendship and collaboration, the proponents advocated for and got overwhelming support for the integration of the DTI product showcase, the Agricultural Fair of the Provincial Agriculture Office (PAO), as well as provision for a Cultural and Heritage Showcase and to a limited extent the presentation of the tourism promotion efforts of local government units who would like to showcase their cultural and tourism endowments so that they can also share in the bounty that tourism has brought to the province.

      Sandugo 2007 will be an integrated activity which is now dubbed “The First Boholano Creative Industries Festival”. This year’s theme, “Pakigsandurot sa Kina-iyang Bol-anon” couldn’t be more appropriate. Sandugo 2007 will be a showcase of the Boholano Culture and Lifestyle and how the creative sector contributes to economic growth. It will also be a celebration of how friendship, collaboration and partnership can go a long way towards enabling communities to have its share of economic growth and achieve the over arching goal of poverty alleviation.

B. Objectives

To decentralize distribution of economic activities in the province and establish other growth centers outside of the established areas;
To integrate the promotion and marketing of agricultural and creative industries for sustainable livelihood and tourism;
To make the Sandugo as a venue to showcase Boholano products and services and establish the Bohol brand beyond its borders.
To move towards establishing the the Bohol Product and Lifestyle Fair as one of the region’s premier craft and lifestyle shows.

C. Activity Components

      The integration of two major local fairs and its component special activities will result in the upscaling of its overall attractiveness not only for locals but also for institutional buyers. The added attraction of the Cultural presentations will ensure that the kaleidoscope of events will not distract locals and guests from the proper perspective of the festival i.e. the spirit of Sandugo. The activity will be an “agora” of culture, crafts, food, agriculture, lifestyle, ideas, creativity and ingenuity.

C.1 Sandugo Product and Lifestyle Fair

      Over the last twenty years, DTI has been at the forefront in the development of our creative economy cluster. A quick look at the products being exhibited in trade fairs whether local, national or international will immediately reveal the extent to which we have developed our local crafts and ethnic food from practically nothing to that of a thriving export oriented industry. DTI has been able to successfully harness the creativity and skills of our traditional craftsmen to come up with world class products.

      The conduct of local fairs provides the venue where craftsmen and producers could showcase their products, gauge their products vis a vis competition, directly interact with buyers, not to mention being exposed to new ideas and processes. Through the years it has contributed towards the growth and maturity of our producers.

      The annual DTI Sandugo Product and Lifestyle Fair will be on its 19th year and has garnered a faithful following of major buyers from Manila and Cebu. Through this fair Boholano producers generate the orders that enable entire communities to not only sustain their craft and livelihoods but also allow the outspring of more entrepreneurs in the creative industry sector.

      The fair showcases the best of Boholano craftsmanship and ingenuity with indigenous materials such as raffia and bamboo. This year more than 30 local producers will be exhibiting new products after undergoing a 2-month product development process.

      Moreover, still in keeping with the spirit of Sandugo, the gesture of friendship and collaboration will also be extended beyond the borders of the province to that of its neighboring provinces within the region. Participation by producers coming from other provinces will enable local craft communities and producers to interact and be exposed to ideas and novel processes. Exposure to competition will also better prepare them for an increasingly competitive and globalized marketing system. DTI for its part would like to position the Sandugo Product and Lifestyle Fair to be a premier craft show in the region that is able to attract major institutional buyers.

      General Fair Information:

      No. of Booths   : 65 Booths

      Booth Allocation: Bohol : 22

                  Cebu : 10

                  NegOr :  4

                  Siquijor :  3

      Product Focus  : Loom and Handwovens, Bamboocraft

                                    Fashion Accessories, Home Furnishings

                                    Processed Food

      Special Setting  : Tourism Sites (Off the Beaten Track)

C.2 Creative Industry Agora

A MULTI-MEDIA, INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATED SHOWCASE featuring the crafts, agri-products, tourism destinations and programs of Bohol’s special 6 emerging productivity circuits:

   Cluster 1:  Northwestern Bohol (from Calape to Talibon),

   Clusrter 2;  Anda Peninsula and Eastern Bohol (Ubay to Dimiao)

   Cluster 3:  Interior Bohol

   Cluster 4:  Panglao island

   Cluster 5:  Abatan River towns . and

   Cluster 6;  Tagbilaran City

   

   THE SANDUGO CREATIVE INDUSTRY PAVILLION (whole day)


A fair will be set-up outside the mall and will feature 6 big tent areas or pavilions promoting the 6 area clusters. Each exhibit pavilion will focus will contain:

   1. A blow-up of the sub-regional circuit/map showing towns involved with icons on crafts, agricultural produce, cultural assets, and tourism highlights. (tarpaulin)

   2. Designated area for crafts display from the cluster with scheduled demonstration

   3. Creatively designed billboards showing/listing tourism establishments, NGOs, POS involved in productivity and in the creative industries, with a table for promotional materials and booking rates;

   4. Designated area for agricultural products and POs with table for information, sales and market linkages;

   5. The pavilion will be designed featuring major materials, fibers, tools, design elements from the clusters.

      These showcases will be an excellent opportunity for the new circuits to promote and project their products in a style that is dynamic, creative, interactive, and in an exhibit package that is coordinated and unified, despite its great diversity. The show will aim to converge in a demonstrative and narrative mode how all the line agencies converge and merge with the local NGOs and POS to jumpstart their eco-cultural visions through new, innovative and marketable community-based creative industries.

C.3 Evening Cultural Performances (6-8pm)

2 clusters per evening for three evenings (June 18-20)

      In the evenings, a spectacular extravaganza of different artistic forms and media will provide exciting entertainment: a portrayal of development concerns (economic, ecological, social, cultural scenario of present situation) in each sub-regional circuit will be mounted through drama, dance, music, and multi-media. This will dramatize how community productivity and creativity in the arts, crafts, agricultural production, and local tourism will b a strategy of these communities towards attaining sustainable development, thereby reducing poverty in their areas.

      Each circuit performance will feature a city-based cultural group acting as narrative performers (to highlight Tagbilaran City as SANDUGO host city) and will integrate special performances from key cultural groups from the sub-region (to highlight provincial talents).

      The theme is FROM POVERTY TO ECONOMIC FREEDOM THROUGH THE CREATIVE    INDUSTRIES AS STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

A sub-regional competition of rondallas can also be incorporated.


An INDIE FILM FESTIVAL from 10 to 12 in the evening can also be mounted

C.4. First Bohol Creative Economy Forum

      A one-day forum of speakers shedding light on the nature, scope, implications of the CREATIVE INDUSTRIES will be scheduled on the final day. The speakers will come from the national agencies which organized the First PHILIPPINE CREATIVE INDUSTRY FORUM, namely the Cultural Center of the Philippines, CITEM, National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Department of Trade and Industry, Asian Institute of Management, and the British Council.

      The forum in Bohol will be entitled THE FIRST BOHOL CREATIVE INDUSTRY FORUM and aims at the following:

To develop awareness among Boholano creative industry stakeholders about the nature, scope and significance of the Creative Industry in attaining the province’s vision of becoming a major ecological-cultural tourism destination in the country;
To initially establish what is the Creative Industry in Bohol and its present situation;
To explore how the Bohol initiatives can link up with the national agencies concerned with the Creative Industry so as to develop greater progress for the province
To lend focus on the importance of the Creative Industry and its contribution to the local economy
The design of the forum is as follows:

MORNING: KEY PANEL LECTURES ON THE FOLLOWING;

What is the CREATIVE INDUSTRY in the world  British Council
What is the Philippine CREATIVE INDUSTRY  NCCA/CCP/DTI
What are the Bohol Initiatives in the Creative
Industry Bohol partners & Ayala Foundation (AFI)

AFTERNOON: BREAKOUT LECTURES/TRACKS

(1-2:30 pm)

Crafts in the Creative Industry    DTI/CITEM
Agriculture and the Creative Industry   DA
Tourism (Heritage, Arts, and Environment)   
      and the Creative Industry    AIM/NCCA/Afi/DOT

7. Food and the Creative Industry    AFI

8. Investment and the Creative Industry   BIPC

(2:30-4:00 PM)

BOHOL FOCUSED GROUP DISCUSSIONS ON

Crafts as a Creative Industry in Bohol
Agriculture as a Creative industry?
Tourism (Heritage, Arts, and Environment)
as a Creative Industry in Bohol

Food
Investment
(4:00-5:00PM)

            GENERAL SYNTHESIS: Paths for the Bohol Creative Industry

C. 5 Mag Negosyo Talk Show

      The activity aims to highlight the importance of entrepreneurship towards achieving economic growth and poverty alleviation. It will also be a venue to highlight success stories that will serve as an inspiration to prospective and budding entrepreneurs.

      A panel of resource persons will be invited. The activity hopes to look at business opportunities for the province, encourage entrepreneurship in the tourism and agriculture sectors.


      Suggested topics for discussion include adopting a culture of entrepreneurship, getting started in business ventures, business trends and opportunities, and inspiring stories of successful SMEs.

C.6 Boholano Cook Fest

      The Cook Fest aims to elevate the level of appreciation, preparation and presentation of the Bol-anon Food/Cuisine. The Collaborating Organizers of the activity are the following: Bohol Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCCI), Department of Trade and Industry – Bohol (DTI), and the Bohol Association of Hotels, Resorts and Restaurants (BAHRR).

      There will be two venues for the cook fest. The Island City Mall will hold a cook fest on the Gourmet Category. This will be an exhibition by creative chefs (foreign and local) in the province. The aim is to come up with recipes with an international touch using indigenous ingredients and inspired by local recipes e.g. “inun-unan”. The cook fest at the BQ Mall will be a competition with two categories namely: student and professional.

      The idea is to generate recipes for a main course, salad, dessert and maybe a Boholano Breakfast which can be carried in the menus of local restaurants and hotels.

C.7Agricultural Entrepreneurship Fair (Fresh and Processed Agricultural Products)

      The organization of an annual provincial agricultural fair is a major marketing promotional activity that highlights the display of fresh, organic, agricultural and processed products. It is an excellent venue for our farmer beneficiaries and local producers to test the marketability of their products and farm produce. The fair will feature crops and other farm products from the different farming communities in the province, which will be integrated with that of the identified tourism circuits.

      Programmed activities include the Tekno Serbisyo for crops, livestock and fishery, Banana Congress, Forum, and Market Matching / Order Taking. Some of these activities will be conducted in a separate venue.

      Some of our assisted agri-producers for both fresh and processed will also be joining in the Go Negosyo lectures and Product Development and Product Packaging Lectures including the one-on-one consultancy services.


FROM: LUCILLE CHAGAS AUTENTICO, DTI-BOHOL

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HEARTFELT GREETINGS TO ARCHT. EPILETO 'JUNJUN' SALVO ARAOARAO (PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY-TAGBILARAN AND UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL-COLLEGE OF ARCHITECURE AND FINE ARTS GRADUATE) AND WIFE ALONA CAGOCO-ARAOARAO (NURSE, GOV. CELESTINO GALLARES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND DIVINE WORD COLLEGE-COLLEGE OF NURSING GRADUATE) FOR HAVING THEIR FIRST DAUGHTER, ELLONY MARI, BORN IN THIS WORLD ON JUNE 7, 2007.

BABY ELLONY WILL BE BAPTIZED ON SATURDAY, JUNE 30 AT THE CATHEDRAL OF SAINT JOSEPH THE WORKER. JEROME WILL BE ONE OF THE SPONSORS (NINONG).

BABY EHRON IS THE COUPLE'S FIRST-BORN SON.

GREETINGS FROM: FIEL, JEROME AND CIELO GABIN AND THE FAMILY OF PAPA REP AND MAMA WINCIE ARAOARAOHEARTFELT GREETINGS TO ARCHT. EPILETO 'JUNJUN' SALVO ARAOARAO (PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY-TAGBILARAN) AND WIFE ALONA CAGOCO-ARAOARAO, FOR HAVING THEIR FIRST DAUGHTER, ELLONY MARI BORN IN THIS WORLD ON JUNE 7, 2007.

BABY ELLONY WILL BE BAPTIZED ON SATURDAY, JUNE 30 AT THE CATHEDRAL OF SAINT JOSEPH THE WORKER. JEROME WILL BE ONE OF THE SPONSORS (NINONG).


GREETINGS FROM: FIEL, JEROME AND CIELO GABIN

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FROM JEROME, CIELO AND MYSELF AND THE FAMILIES OF PAPA REP-MAMA WINCIE ARAOARAO OF PANGLAO AND TAGBILARAN CITY AND MOMMY LAURA GABIN OF SIQUIJOR, SIQUIJOR, OUR HEARTFELT CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GOOD FRIEND SIR FRANCISCO 'FRANK OR ONDO' MONTERO, WHO WILL MAKE HIS PLEDGE TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF PANGLAO AS MUNICIPAL COUNCILOR ON SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2007 AT ALONA TROPICALE RESORT, TAWALA, PANGLAO, BOHOL.

SIR ONDO, AS MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATOR OF PANGLAO, TOGETHER WITH HIS DYNAMIC AND VERY GENEROUS WIFE MA'AM NILA, COUNCILOR AND CHAIR OF THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN COMMITTEE OF PANGLAO, WAS THE MAJOR FORCE BEHIND ANNA MARIS ARCAY IGPIT WHEN SHE JOINED HER FIRST BEAUTY PAGEANT, THE MISS BOHOL SANDUGO 2003, WHEN SHE ENDED FIRST RUNNER-UP; WHEN MARIS FINALLY GOT THE MISS BOHOL SANDUGO CROWN IN JULY 2005, THEN THE BINIBINING PILIPINAS-WORLD 2006 HONOR IN FEBRUARY 2006 WHICH USHERED THE WAY TO HER JOINING THE MISS WORLD PAGEANT IN WARSAW, POLAND IN SEPTEMBER 2006.

NOT ONLY THAT: SIR ONDO AND MA'AM NILA TOOK THE CUDGELS IN PREPARING THE PANGLAO CONTINGENT FOR THE SANDUGO STREETDANCING FESTIVAL WHICH FOR MANY YEARS HAD BEEN THE CONSISTENT FIRST PLACER IN THE SANDUGO STREETDANCINGCOMPETITIONS UNTIL IT BECAME A HALL OF FAMER.

CAME THE TIME THAT PANGLAO CONTINGENT FIRST JOINED THE FAMED SINULOG FESTIVAL IN CEBU CITY IN JANUARY 2006 AND LANDED IN 4TH PLACE, OUT OF THE HUNDRED CONTINGENTS IN THE FREE INTERPRETATION CATEGORY. IN THEIR SECOND TIME IN THE SINULOG STREETDANCING LAST JANUARY 2007, THEY GRABBED 3RD PLACE FROM AMONG THE EQUALLY WELL-SYNCHRONIZED AND COLORFUL ENTRIES FROM LUZON, VISAYAS AND MINDANAO.

I HAD MY ACQUAINTANCE WITH THE GRACIOUS COUPLE IN THE EARLY PART OF 2000 WHEN CIELO WAS STILL A NURSERY PUPIL AT THE DML MONTESSORI SCHOOL AND I WAS PRESIDENT OF FEDERATED PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF THE INSTITUTION.

MA'AM NILA AND SIR ONDO, AS HALF-PANGLAOANON, I SALUTE YOU AND ALL THAT YOU HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO MAKE PANGLAO WHAT IT IS NOW...I JUST HOPE THE PEOPLE OF PANGLAO WILL REALIZE THAT...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!MAY YOUR TRIBE INCREASE!!! REGARDS TO DAUGHTERS NEKOLAI AND AYA...

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Holy Spirit School (Bohol) Alumni Association Officers

Elected during the Alumni Association Assembly last April 2, 2006 at HSS Auditorium


   President:      Atty. Rosalima Cuyno – Abapo

   Vice-President:       Wilfilda “Baby” Garcia – Collins

   Secretary:       Anne Mariquit Derikito – Oppus

   Ass’t. Secretary:       Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao – Gabin

   Treasurer:       Baby Pizarras

   Ass’t. Treasurer:       Jing Calceta

   Auditor:          Gilberto R. Lumayag

   Press Relations Officers: Louella Husain

                 Samuel B. Cal

   Members of the Board:   Judge Dionisio R. Calibo, Jr.
                                              Nazareno T. Ello
                                      Jade Trabajo - Nuera
                                              Telly Ocampo
                                       Jerry Joseph A. Lim
                 Rosalina Rara – Sarabosing


Induction Rites was on April 17, 2006, Easter Monday, at the HSS Auditorium.                 

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