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Volume 3 | No. 02 | Cagayan de Oro City | August 15-21, 2015

Known biking groups Combat, UHAW, Miggy’s Bike, FatBoySlim and Myx Bike Lab participated in the Bike Out event, August 9, Cagayan de Oro City.

Participants of ROX’s Bike Out event makes a quick stopover at the Rodelsa Circle for a photo op. photo by s. uy

ROX, Centrio goes full cycle photo by lorenz cabigas

by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy


ecreational Outdoor eXchange (R.O.X) teams up with Centrio Ayala Mall Cagayan de Oro to promote a healthy lifestyle through its Bike Out event, August 9. Edgar M. Rabino, Primer Group Area Operations Head for VisMin said “Bike Out is one of the components of R.O.X.’s campaign “Bike Fair”, aside from offering special discounts in all brands related to cycling category that we have in or store, we also let our valued partners and customers take part and encourage everyone to get outside and bike.”

the 2nd year that the brand hosts Bike Out in Cagayan de Oro “one of our objectives is we want to inspire everyone that having this kind of healthy habit will help “Basically, Bike our community like less Out is a friendly ride, traffic, less pollution a venue for all bike and definitely help the enthusiasts both pro ‘Mother Earth’. We also and beginners or even want all kagay- anon aspirational groups to be aware that R.O.X. to just go around the has the category of city, promote healthy Cycling where they can lifestyle and somehow purchase all the gears our simple way of saying that they need for their rest your car for a day, adventure” Norgelyn collectively that would Bihag, Primer Group lessen pollution” Rabino Cluster Operations adds. Head enthused. Bike Fair is an annual “At R.O.X. we have event of R.O.X., this is brands like Totem and

Dahon bikes” Bihag adds. Known biking groups participated in the Bike Out event among these groups are Combat, UHAW, Miggy’s Bike, FatBoySlim and Myx Bike Lab. Centrio Mall’s thrust to promote a healthy lifestyle also sees this collaboration as both beneficial and fun; Centrio also has bike racks installed near key entrances of the mall. Loren Yasay, Centrio Mall Marketing Manager said “this partnership we have with the Primer Group provided us

an opportunity to establish our strong efforts in promoting sustainability, a pillar that we highly promote in the AyalaLand organization. On top of this, this allowed us to strengthen relationships with communities and show our support in promoting the ‘higalaay’ spirit in the city.” “We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all those who participated and of course to R.O.X., led by Mr. Edgar Rabino, for spearheading this event. We hope that this is just a beginning to many more projects we

can collaborate in the future” Yasay adds. According to Rabino, through the Bike Out, one gets the chance to meet new friends while enjoying the city instead of fingers too busy with gadgets nowadays “riding a bike with friends and family members especially in CDO is definitely safer and more fun. It is somehow a good bonding moment for everyone.” R.O.X. also teases the public for yet another outdoor adventure in the coming months, “true or our tag line rox/PAGE 7

Diskwento Caravan 2015 to serve Cagayan de Oro Fiesta Needs In 2008 the first DISKWENTO CARAVAN was launched at the start of classes as a non-wage benefit for minimum wage earners and employees. Later on, several other editions of the DISKWENTO such as Food, Balik-Eskwela and Holiday Caravans have evolved to cater to the needs of consumers and ease their financial burdens. The Department of Trade and Industry Misamis Oriental Provincial office (DTIMOR), in cooperation with the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB), and the local government of Cagayan de Oro, will conduct a

Pre-Fiesta Diskwento Caravan to cater to the fiesta needs of residents. This PRE FIESTA DISKWENTO CARAVAN is set to run on August 14-15, 2015, (Friday and Saturday) from 8:00am to 5:00pm at Magsaysay Park, Plaza Divisoria, Cagayan de Oro City with the theme “DISKWENTO - PRESYONG PANALO PARA SA MAMIMILING PILIPINO”. Manufacturers and local distributors have been invited to ensure that enough products are available for consumers, especially those from the indigent and marginalized sectors, during the caravan. Over 25 companies are to participate in the

event offering a variety of basic goods and assorted-for-sale-products at discounted rates and prices. The public may enjoy unique premium offers on grocery items (buy one take one, freebie or give-away items) or nig discounts ranging from 10 up to 50% off for dry goods and other basic and prime commodities such as basic apparel (bags, shoes, slippers, towels, pants, shirts0; dry goods like tissues, pads, diapers, bath and detergent soaps and groceries like canned goods, noodles, rice, bread, juice, coffee, cooking oil, processed fish and meat, condiments, milk, hotdogs and bottled water. (DTI-X)

June 24, 2013 Diskwento Caravan at Magsaysay Park, Plaza Divisoria

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Pag-IBIG Fund: more minimum-wage earners are now homeowners A vailment of Pag-IBIG Fund’s Affordable Housing Program for minimum-wage earners increased by 5,585 percent, from 287 during the first few months of the program’s launch in 2012, to a cumulative number of 16,315 as of May 2015. The total loan value of the availments is P5.9 billion. Pag-IBIG Fund President and Chief Executive Officer Atty. Darlene Marie B. Berberabe said that the program has become an

effective and readilyaccessible means for minimum-wage earners to provide shelter for their families. “The Affordable Housing Program helps Pag-IBIG members belonging to the low-income segment to finally achieve their dream of homeownership,” Atty. Berberabe added. The Affordable Housing Program, according to Atty. Berberabe, is exclusive for minimum wage earners. Up to P750,000 may be borrowed

Motivating students By DARIO R. ABALDE Teacher I District Property Custodian Imbatug Central Elementary School Imbatug, Baungon, Bukidnon

ONE of the most difficult aspects of becoming a teacher is learning how to motivate your students. It is also one of the most important. Students who are not motivated will not learn effectively. They won’t retain information, they won’t participate and some of them may even become disruptive. A student may be unmotivated for a variety of reasons: they feel that they have no interest in the subject, find the teacher’s methods un-

engaging or be distracted by external forces. It may even come to light that a student who appeared unmotivated actually has difficulty learning and is need of special attention. While motivating students can be difficult task, the rewards are more than worth it. Motivated students are more excited to learn and participate. Simply put: if you have a class which has high grades, then you are successful in motivating your students.

The Spirit of Solidarity Macapari Elementary School

under this program, with interest rates of as low as 4.5 percent per annum in the first ten years of the loan, depending on the income of the borrower. Interest rate under the affordable housing is 31 percent lower than the lowest interest rate offered under the Fund’s regular housing loan. The gross monthly income required to avail of the 4.5 percent interest must not exceed P15,000 for those working in the NCR and P12,000 for those employed in areas

outside of NCR, with a maximum loanable amount of P450,000. “Pag-IBIG’s affordable housing program is our way of reaching out to the minimum-wage earners who dream of acquiring a home they can call their own. The monthly amortization under this program can be as low as P2,280 per month for a P450,000 loan,” Atty. Berberabe said. Pag-IBIG records show that from July to December 2012 or during the inaugural months of the program,

287 member-borrowers availed of the Affordable Housing. Availments showed a 1,075 percent spike to 3,373 in 2013, with a loan value of P1.2 billion. The following year, the number of borrowers under the program more than doubled to 8,370 or an increase of 148 percent, equivalent to a loan value of P3 billion. From January to May this year alone, 4,285 Pag-IBIG members already availed of housing loans under the Affordable Housing Program, with a loan value of P1.6 billion.

Interested Pag-IBIG members may file their applications at the Pag-IBIG branch whose jurisdiction covers the property subject of the loan. They may also visit for more information.

Globe customer base soars to new record high of close to 53M Leads industry as network of choice by smartphone users amid continuing shift to digital lifestyle

Globe Telecom’s customer base soared to a new record high in the first half of the year, reaching 52.7 million, a 17% jump from 45 million a year earlier as Globe continues to be the leading network of choice by smartphone users amid continuing customer shift to a digital lifestyle. Following robust customer acquisition, the company booked record-breaking financial performance in the first half of the year, generating service revenues of P53.8 billion, a 13% jump from a year earlier, resulting in a core net profit of P8.6 billion, a 14% growth from P7.6 billion a year earlier.

“Globe is the Filipinos’ leading choice of network for their digital lifestyle, evidenced not only by robust growth in customer base but also by strong growth in mobile data revenues, which now contribute 23% of total revenues compared with 16% from a year earlier. We expect this trend to persist amidst the growing number of smartphone users and as we continue to offer products and services that provide relevant content that will further enhance our customers’ digital lifestyle,” President & CEO Ernest Cu said. Globe mobile

subscribers totaled 48.4 million at the end of the first half, a 13% rise from 42.7 million a year earlier. Strong gains in customer acquisition in the company’s mobile business helped underpin mobile service revenues to climb 10% to P41.6 billion, compared with P37.8 billion a year earlier. Total mobile gross acquisitions in the first half of the year reached 21.6 million, a 15% increase from a year earlier as Globe maintained its dominance in the postpaid segment, driven by sustained growth in high-quality customers. At the end

of June this year, Globe had 2.3 million postpaid customers, up 12% from the 2.1 million in the same period of last year. The continued success of Globe Pospaid’s myLifestyle Plan, with a wide range of device offers and innovative deals, helped boost gross acquisitions to reach a new record high of 478 thousand in the first half of the year, a 23% increase from 389 thousand a year earlier. Globe Prepaid gross acquisitions at the end of June this year grew 14% to 9 million compared with 7.9 million a year earlier while TM also hANZ/PAGE 6

By Cristita T. Toledo Teacher I

Solidarity, harmony and teamwork are the three components of success in a group or community. Luckily, these components are existing and observable in Macapari Elementary School. Macapari Elementary School is practicing regular communication between the Parent Teachers Association (PTA), the School Governing Council (SGC) and other sectors of the school community are working effectively towards achieving common goals. As an organization operating in the school, the PTA serves as the Parent Support Group and work cooperatively with the teachers to promote the welfare of the children. They work hard to

provide varied and clever ways to generate funds. They also provided service to the school community to support school activities like Brigada Eskwela, Nutrition Month Culminating Activity, Buwan ng Wika, BSP/GSP Camp oral/Encampment and other school related activities. PTA members are not here to adhere the implementing guidelines of the school. They are here for a purpose. As partners, the Parent Support Group headed by Mrs. Catherine Catedral conducted Tree Planting Project. For School Year 2014-2015, the Parent Support Group planted 200 coconut trees and 100 rubber trees. In order for a certain school to be successful, everyone have to work together for the good of the children. The child is at the center of everything parents and teachers do and as we teach our children, a little ‘give and take’ helps. Macapari Elementary School is very lucky to have the kind of parents who are responsible, committed and trustworthy.

August 10, 2015, Gov. Bambi Emano delivers his 2ND State Of the Province Address (SOPA) which the Governor called, 'TAHO SA KATAWHAN" 2015. The Governor derives his report from the 8 Pillars of TOURISM, his flagship program.The 8 pillars' äccomplishments are reported in details by the following : ENVIRONMENT by Dr. Jojo Bascug, INFRASTRUCTURE by Engr. Lester Bolo, EDUCATION by Atty. Lionel Maandig, AGRICULTURE by Dr. Benjie Resma, HEALTH by Ms. Maryden Ocot, TRANSPORTATION by Mr. Stanley Uriarte, COOPERATIVE by Mr. Alberto Acain and PEACE AND ORDER reported by GM Fernando "SOTSOT" Dy. Governor Bambi Emano added that the reforms and discipline being implemented by the capitol under his administration have reaped fruits like various awards and citations from National Private and Public Agencies and this has been made possible because of the cooperation of everyone. photo courtesy of governor bambi emano ’ s facebook page

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Kicks Factory opens in Centrio Mall, Under Armour brand launched in CDO Story & Photos by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy


nder Armour brand enthusiasts now have a destination – Kicks Factory at the 2nd Level of the Centrio Ayala Mall, Cagayan de Oro City. Kicks Factory formally opened its doors to the general public July 23 with special guest TV personality – Volleyball superstar and Under Armour Brand Ambassador Gretchen Ho. Under Armour distributor Jeff Rolida also attended the event. Mark Vincent Lim, Kicks Factory general manager, revealed that the store was “born out of passion for sports”. Ho said “I think what makes Under Armour so successful right now, it’s the fastest growing sporting brand in the world, it’s because it is so anchored on the training of athletes, more than anything, more than hyping on sporting personalities.” Lim also enthused that it is their intention to bring sportswear to another level and make Kicks Factory a destination every athlete and sports enthusiasts would enjoy. He also introduced Under Armour and how the brand’s rise to power in the sporting world has attracted many sports personalities all over the world. On a quick note 2015 NBA league MVP and Champion Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors is just one of the athletes carrying the Under Armour brand. Actor and WWE superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson also sports Under Armour. Kicks Factory also carries two wellknown brands Nike and Adidas. Gretchen Ho shared her experience during a press conference during the event. She said that it is with three key elements that set Under Armour products apart from its competitors – function, style, confidence. Functionality is one of the important elements with Under Armour compression apparel – using technology that allows optimum performance without sweat staying on an athlete’s shirt. For her part, Ho shared three factors that made her choose Under Armour among all other brands in the market.

She cited function, style, and confidence as the reasons why UA is her best kept secret. Function, she said, is an important characteristic of every Under Armour product. UA uses technology that allows for optimal performance, but without the sweat sticking to your shirt. Simply stylish, just the way Ho likes it saying it’s something she can keep in her closet for years without going out of style. Under Armour makes her confident saying “what’s outside, affects what’s inside.” Visit Kicks Factory at the 2nd Level of Centrio Ayala Mall, Cagayan de Oro City, or through their facebook page https://

Volleyball superstar & Under Armour brand ambassador Gretchen Ho and Kicks Factory General Manager Mark Vincent Lim answers questions from the media present during Kicks Factory’s formal opening, July 23. Ho also explained the technology behind the Under Armour products she is using and how it boosts her performance as an athlete.

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Volleyball superstar & Under Armour brand ambassador Gretchen Ho and Kicks Factory General Manager Mark Vincent Lim in the ceremonial cutting of the ribbon during the store’s formal opening, July 23.

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70 Years Ago

he dropping of nuclear bombs on Japanese cities 70 years ago was a crime that transformed the country from a perpetrator into a victim. For the sake of peace, Japan must face up to its past. It’s not only my opinion but also Alexander Freund’s, German journalist and commentator. Hiroshima is a midsize port city located in the far west of Japan’s largest island, hundreds of kilometers away from the capital Tokyo. Nagasaki is also a midsize port city, located even further to the west. Both are beautiful towns, bustling with people, but the places have no real strategic significance. I visited both places (among many others in whole Japan!) during my monthslong family home stay by the International YMCA already in 1976. Nothing changed till

today. It’s the present reality of these two cities, and it was no different 70 years ago. And this probably explains why the towns managed to escape the initial wrath of US bombers during World War II. Unfortunately, this also became the reason why they were targeted later on as an ideal testing ground for the US military’s new wonder weapons 70 years ago. The cities enabled the American military and scientists to precisely assess the destructive power of nuclear weapons. Figures are not always the same: One learned that over 210,000 people passed away - some 90,000 immediately, and the remaining a few days later. It was a perfidious test under real conditions. The city of Nagasaki was particularly unlucky given that it was not the original target. It was only selected

because dark clouds covered the skies above the primary target, Kokura. The whole world now knows the names of these two relatively insignificant Japanese cities. They stand for the “Fall of Man” and the horrors of nuclear destruction. After dropping the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the co-pilot of the Enola Gay aircraft commented is his log “My God, what have we done?” But he wasn’t the only one to realize what had happened. Yes, my God, what have we done? And, did the world change? Look at this: There is Israel, which would rather remain silent about it, and regimes such as the one in North Korea, which, by contrast, use the nuclear trump card to stay alive. Last but not least, there is Iran, which wants the bomb, but could be prevented from getting one. These are


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the unholy ghosts that were conjured 70 years ago when the nuclear bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Victim perpetrator? To this day, nothing has been changed. Sure, the horrors of war should be a lesson not only for Japan’s victims and perpetrators, but also to all global players. The end never justifies the means. +++ Email: doringklaus@ or visit www. or www.klausdoringsclassicalmusic.blogspot. com.


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SSS chief visits OFWs in Europe As part of its coverage and collection efforts, t he S o c i a l S e c u r it y System (SSS) led by SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Q uiros, Jr. re cent ly v i s ite d R om e, It a ly and other countries in Europe to encourage Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in the continent to register as SSS members so that they can enjoy social security benefits upon their retirement in the Philippines. Right photo shows

President de Quiros, J r. t o g e t h e r w i t h the members of the Filipino communities in Rome after a briefing conducted about OFW coverage and the SSS Flexi-fund Program. SSS Flexi-fund Program is a voluntary provident fund program exclusive for OFWs which gives them an opportunity to save a bigger portion of t heir s a l ar y as a pension-savings plan to re c e ive a bi g ge r pension as well as become part of their

i n v e s t m e n t i n t h e w i t h C B N G r u p o CBN Grupo is one of remittance companies Director Ben Javellana. t h e a c t i v e p a r t n e r of SSS in Europe. future. L eft photo shows President de Quiros

Kulminasyon ng Buwan ng Wika

Hon. Governor Zubiri to allot Php 840,000.00 for School Repair By Jossie G. Manginsay

By Maricel macalam lasaca

Ang San Miguel Central Elementary School ng Ma ramag III District a y magdadaraos ng kulminasyon sa Buwan ng Wika 2015 sa darating na Agosto 27,2015 na may temang “ Filipino, Wika ng Pambansang kaunlaran”. Layunin nito ang ganap na maitupad ang Pampanguluhang Proklamasyon Blg. 104,

mahikayat ang ibat-ibang ahensiyang pampamahalaan at pampribado na makiisa sa mga programang tulad nito na nagpapataas ng kamalayang pangwika at sibiko, at maipakita ang kahalagahan ng wika na higit pa pambansang kaunlaran. Dahil dito, magtitipon - tipon ang mga bata at guro. Magkakaroon ng

paligsahan tulad ng iba’tibang representante mula kinder hanggang Grade Vl. Ito ay taunang ginagawa sa paaralan na may layuning ikagaganda sa paaralan tulad pagtatayo ng Language Park. Ang kulminasyon na mula noon ay dinaluhan ng mga bata, guro, magulang, konsehal sa barangay at mga manonood mula sa Barangay San Miguel.

During the Barangay Consultative Assembly last May 28, 2015 at Mibantang, Quezon, Bukidnon. Hon. Governor Jose Maria Zubiri promised an amount of Php 840,000.00 allotment budget for the Mibantang Elementary School Improvement. This all amount will be divided for stage repair which will entail Php 100,000.00, extension of multi-purpose hall for

Php 200,000.00, for major classroom repair with three classrooms which will take Php 80,000.00 each and for minor classroom repair with ten (10) classrooms for Php 30,000.00 each. The school principal Mrs .Marilou T. Cagalawan and teachers are excited for this good news because this could promote the progress of the school and can contribute to the

enhancement of the learners’ comfort while learning at school. This improvement can aid for the school environment to be more conducive for learning. The budget allocation will only be released after the school principal and Barangay Officials have met the necessary requirements. For now, this project is still greatly anticipated.

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generated an impressive gross acquisition of 12.2 million in the first half, up 16% from a year earlier following the Free Facebook and Free Viber promotions. The company’s broadband customers, on the other hand, surged 55% to 3.5 million from 2.2 million from year-ago level. This helped realize a remarkable 24% growth in broadband and fixed line revenues, totaling P12.3 billion compared with P9.9 billion a year earlier. Impressive gains in customer take-up was attributed to the success of the latest roster of broadband products and services, which offer exclusive access to a portfolio of entertainment content to enrich Globe customers’ digital lifestyle. Fixed line data segment sustained its growth momentum with P3.1

billion revenues registered in the first six months of the year, up 20% from P2.6 billion a year earlier, fueled by the strong demand for domestic and internet services, sustained circuit base expansion and the increasing popularity of cloud services. The company’s continuing commitment in offering innovative products and services to cater to the evolving

needs of its corporate clients contributed to its continued success. The company has additional

849 thousand customers from its fixed line voice business.

By Maricel Macalam- Lasaca

School based Immunization By Rowena T. Langamin -Teacher lll Mibantang Elementary School

Mibantang Elementary School headed by Mrs Marilou T. Cagalawan is having a health services this coming August 13, 2015. This is sponsored by the Department of Health together with the Department of Education and the Local Government Unit for Grade 1 and Grade 7 vaccination. Grade 1 (MCV) – against measles, TD – against

First PSDS in Maramag III

tetanus and diphtheria Grade 7 (MCV)- Against German measles, TD – against tetanus and diphtheria. This activity are headed by Quezon RHU Medical Health Personnel, Barangay Health Worker headed by Mrs. Celiza Taguyan (midwife), in cooperation with the supportive Barangay Council headed by Hon.Gil Macayran.

There were 32 pupils from Grade 1-Goldilocks under Mrs. Marichu Comeras were immunized and 25 pupils from Grade 1 Cinderella under Mrs. Rowena T. Langgamin. Parents were there to support their children. They even prepared food (champorado) to feed their children before they will be given.

DepEd Maramag District III finally have its first Public School District Supervisor after six years ran by District In-Charge whom at the same time the school pr i nc i pal of San Mi guel Central Elementary School. Mr. Allan P. Melendez is the first supervisor after Maramag was divided into three Districts. He remained in the district from being

District In-Charge and the school principal of San Miguel Central Elementary School. He was also the first District In-Charge in the district way back on June 2009. Teaching personnel in the district were very happy when we knew that Mr. Melendez will never be transferred to other district, yet to stay and continue to run the district.

Republic of the Philippines Regional Trial Court of Misamis Oriental 10th Judicial Region Branch - 20 Cagayan de Oro City BPI FAMILY SAVINGS BANK, INC., EJF FILE NO. 2014-241 Petitioner/Mortgage, - VersusSPS. LAVIENA N. ROA AND ROLDAN T. ROA Respondent/Mortgagor. x--------------------------------------------------/ OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF THIRD AMENDED NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE EJF-FILE NO. 2014-241 Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118, filed by BPI FAMILY SAVINGS BANK, INC., a corporation duly organized and existing under Philippine Laws, with principal address at BPI FAMILY SAVINGS BANK CENTER, Paseo de Roxas, corner De la Rosa Sts., Makati City, herein represented by VIC ANTHONY JOSEPH F. TAGUPA, its Assistant Manager for its Cagayan de Oro Branch with address at BPI Bldg., C.M. Recto Ave., Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, against SPOUSES. LAVIENA N. ROA AND ROLDAN T. ROA of legal age, Filipino, with residents of P-3 Poblacion Salay . Misamis Oriental , to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of August 15, 2014, amounted to NINE HUNDRED ONE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED NINETY THREE & 30/100 PESOS (Php 901.493.30), Philippine currency , exclusive of interest & penalty charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned or duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on September 5, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. or soon thereafter at the main entrance of the Tourism Hall Building, at City Hall of Cagayan de Oro City to the Highest bidder, for CASH or Manager’s Check in Philippine Currency, the following property/ies described below with all improvements included thereon, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 1372014001338 “A PARCEL OF LAND and ALL IMPROVEMENTS THEREON,: situated in COGON (now Camamanan), Cagayan de Oro City, Island of Mindanao, more particularly and described as follows: Bounded and described as follows: LOT 10, BLOCK 6 , PCS-10-003908 CONSOLIDATION SUBD. OF LOT : 18076-A, LOT 18076-B & LOT 18076-D ALL OF (LRC) PSD-201690 AS SURVEYED FOR : ROBINSONS HOMES INC., ( RICHMOND HILLS SUBDIVISION) LAND USE : (RESIDENTIAL) LOCATION : COGON (NOW CAMAMAN-AN), CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY. All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated time and date. In the event Auction Sale cannot take place for whatever legal reason, the same will proceed on the following working day, without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein above-describe and encumbrances thereon, if any there be. Done this 16th day of July , 2015 at Cagayan de Oro City, Philip (Sgd) CELESTIAL VENUS G. GELBOLINGO Sheriff IV CT: July 31, Aug. 7 & 14, 2015

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Laureano S. Ledres Sr. Memorable Lodge No. 271 Free Masons and Friends Sponsored Brigada Eskwela 2015 at Mibantang Elementary School


By Araceli S. Bagas - Master Teacher 1 Mibantang Elementary School

Mibantang Elementary School “Brigada Eskwela 2015 was sponsored by Laureano S. Ledres Sr. Memorial Lodge No. 271 Free Masons and friends last May 22,2015. The said activity was formally started with an opening program, then followed by the different activities like tree planting, cleaning of the school premises and painting of classrooms and principal’s office. Free Masons and friends representatives together with the Municipal Treasurer of Quezon, Bukidnon, Mr Melgazo, PNP of Quezon and our ever supportive District Supervisor Dr. Lydia B. Juban graced this activity. With the initiative of our School Principal Mrs. Marilou T. Cagalawan and the teaching staff of the school the said program activity was successfully materialized and

implemented. This momentous activity was participated by Free Masons and Friends from Cagayan de Oro City and almost members also from the Province of Bukidnon together with their family members. We have our get together activity during lunch time in our school. So Mibantang teachers with the presence of our school head were very lucky enough and grateful that our school was chosen by this sponsoring group during the Brigada Eskwela 2015 Activity. We will never forget this and we will treasure the good times, the material assistance and the 100% efforts this group have extended to us. “MABUHAY” Laureano S. Ledres Memorial Lodge No.271 Free Masons and Friends.

Former Ms Cagayan de Oro Amadea Piatti (left) & Centrio Mall Marketing Manager Loren Yasay lead the Bike Out through the JR Borja Bridge. photo by lorenz cagibas

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‘ Get Outside’ we at R.O.X and Primer Group of Companies, aim to give the best outdoor activities for all ages. Definitely we have more exciting events, in August we jumpstart the

registration for the much awaited Trail Run in the Region - the R.O.X. Trail Run in Mapawa 2015. Come September we will have a Trail Run 101 and followed by the race briefing and outdoor expo on October 23, 2015 as a pocket events of the said Trail Run,

visit and follow our social media accounts roxphilippines for the most eye popping updates, events and activities for all ages, ” Rabino reveals. Also as part of Primer Group’s CSR and support, the company joins local event partners in

their endeavors to grow tourism and healthy lifestyle not only in CDO but all throughout Mindanao. Let R.O.X. give you more reasons to get outside. Visit their store at the 2nd Level of Centrio Mall, CDO City and at the Ground Floor of Abreeza Mall, Davao.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region Branch 17 Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE FILE NO. 2015-013 Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 filed by ROBERT T. CHUN, mortgagee, a resident of Osmena St., Cagayan de Oro City, against SPS. ANTONIO & FELINA REYES, mortgagors, with authorization granted to his heirs SPS. OSCAR & MARIBEL REYES, the other heirs are Mr. EDGAR REYES , MR. ALLAN REYES & ALEX REYES , all residents of Jasaan, Misamis Oriental, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of February 11, 2014, amounts to SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND PESOS (P 75,00.00), including interest and expenses, charges, attorney’s fees and expenses of foreclosure, the undersigned or her duly authorized deputy will sell at public auction on August 27, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. or soon thereafter at the Office of the Clerk of Court, Regional Trial Court, Branch 17, Tourism Bldg., City Hall, Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder, for cash or manager’s check and in Philippine Currency the following property with all improvements, to wit: TAX DECLARATION NO. 910908 “ A parcel of residential land located at Upper Jasaan, Misamis Oriental, otherwise known as Cad Lot 2732-A, bounded on the North by Lot No. 109 (Lot 446, sketch plan); South by Lot 104 (Lot 2731-B per sketch plan); East by San Francisco St.,; and West by Lot 106 (lot 195, per sketch plan); having an area of 289 sq.m. more or less, and covered by TD No. 910908 for 1992, in the name of mortgagors, together with the buildings thereon constructed covered by TD No. 856590, consisting of a residential house, store bakery/bodega.” All sealed bids must be submitted to the undersigned on the above-stated date, time and place. In the event the public auction should not take place on the said date for whatever reason, the public auction will proceed on the next working day, without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-above described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

July 23, 2015, Cagayan de Oro City.

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