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Volume 3 | No. 03 | Cagayan de Oro City | August 22-28, 2015

Deogold Jewels opens at Limketkai Center By MARK FRANCISCO

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N online jewelry startup from Ozamiz City opened up its boutique at Limketkai Center yesterday. Deogold Jewels, which initially started in Ozamiz City as an online jewelry shop in 2006, catered mostly to Filipinos living abroad. For almost a decade, the business flourished

and owner Christine Allanic decided to venture into the regional capital of Cagayan de Oro City to introduce her line to local patrons. “I decided to move in to Limketkai because I feel this is the mall where people from all directions in Northern Mindanao flock together and shop,” Allanic said. Her bestsellers are 14k

Italian gold, 21k Saudi gold, Chinese gold and 18 karat. They offer a range of versatile and easy to wear jewelry. Each piece of pure gold, white gold, pure diamonds, gemstones and pearls are presented in their own attractive gift box. Allanic stressed that they also accept made deogold/PAGE 11

The Rising Quest of Deogold Jewels Started on online selling few years ago, DEOGOLD Jewels rose up from its humble beginning to unimaginable success. Being a single proprietorship company registered with the Department of Trade and Industry with Certificate Number 03630873, it slowly caught the attention of the buying public through its fascinating jewelry items that sell Japan, Italy, Chinese, Saudi and Hongkong gold. They also have black, green

and yellow precious stones and diamonds, as well, which come from local and international suppliers. Christine Deo S. Allanic, the owner and woman behind DEOGOLD, told the Mindanao Business Daily that she went through ups and downs in operating this business. At first, she had the difficulty of selling the gold because of the public knowledge that it is highly expensive and only rich and elite people could afford it.

However, through hard work, determination and faith in God, she continued to convince the public about the products until gaining support from relatives and friends. Ms. Allanic also added that this year, the buying public should be excited about its Customer Service Referral Program which gives unlimited commission, income and business opportunities to many people through Multi-Level marketing. quest/PAGE 11

Some of Deogold Jewels’ jewelries.

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Rose Mary Sudaria shows a jewelry she just bought. With her is Deogold manager Christine Allanic.

Kahimunan Trade Fair at SM The Department of Trade and Industry – Region 10 will be hosting once again the ‘Kahimunan Trade Fair” on August 22 to 30 at the Atrium of SM City Cagayan de Oro. Products such as processed food, crafts, fashion accessories,

beverages, spices and condiments and organic products from Northern Mindanao will be showcased during the weeklong exhibit. This annual activity aims at assisting small and medium entrepreneurs to generate sales and meet

new buyers. It also provides opportunities for them to test the market and to get immediate feedback on their new products and designs. Kahimunan Trade Fair 2015 is one of the core events of this year’s Higalaay Festival.

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Bringing the teachers to a bigger classroom August 22-28, 2015

Primer Group of Companies immerses public school educators in nature

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mparting the significance of environmental conservation has long been acknowledged as an international advocacy. While different non-government organizations encourage every individual to play their roles to realize this cause, there’s no better influencer than educators, themselves. Bearing that in mind, Primer Group of Companies—the company known for the retail and distribution of premium consumer brands in outdoor, urban lifestyle and travel— holds its Nature Class project which gives chosen science public school teachers a firsthand experience of the outdoor environment. As a result, these academicians will be able to relay the importance of eco-consciousness to their students. Through Primer Group’s Center for

Outdoor Recreation and Expedition (C.O.R.E.), the environment education program provides fieldwork opportunities and training from scientific experts and environmental conservationists to the privileged teachers, empowering them to teach their students how to be more appreciative of science and respectful to the balance of nature. Since its inception in 2011, the Nature Class has immersed the educators of Manila in its activities startingwith those who teach in Jose Abad Santos High School, Master Teachers of Manila Science Association, and other science department heads. This time, C.O.R.E. is looking to target Pasay West High School with 10 Science teachers on July 25-26. According to Kristine Villaflor,

Program Manager, the program enables the teachers to give their students more animated lectures on science and raise awareness on environmental protection. “The way to conservation starts with the teachers’ immersion in nature,” Villaflor said. “We targeted the educators as primary audiences because they are the pillars of learning in the academe, the mover of education. They are the key agents in the learning process who are responsible for imparting what they learned to their students and the rest of the school organization.” She added, “The Nature Class facilitates the fostering of appreciation among individuals, giving them the opportunity to have a personal encounter with the environment. Coupling this with a comprehensive knowledge-sharing from experts helps make this initiative more fruitful.” The project is divided into three different activities—Marine Reef Quest (the pilot activity for the program), Bird Quest, and Nature Tree Walks. For the Reef Quest, teachers are encouraged to go snorkeling to expose them to marine life; the birdwatching activity

Educators from the Manila Heads Science Association, Division of City Schools Manila participate in the Bird Watching activities during Primer Group of Companies’ Nature Class held last May 4, 2012 at the Candaba, Pampanga.

serves as a platform to give the educators a 360-degree view of the ecology, with emphasis on the preservation of the country’s biodiversity; and the native flora tree walk which familiarizes the teachers with the species of native plants and their botanical uses. As the main proponent of the project, C.O.R.E. organized the overall conceptualization and implementation of the Nature Class, involving the planning, execution, and monitoring of the project components such as the timeline, budget, resources, logistics preparations,

coordination and other administrative arrangements. Likewise, Primer Group took part in funding the project’s sponsorship by distributing premium brands for equipment, tools and other support items to further this thrust. The company also tapped organizations who can send subject experts and resource speakers to the immersion. “This year, we are looking forward to tap more teachers from the Pasay Community in the learning process,” Villaflor pointed out. “There is a need for

educators to in still how their students play huge roles in preserving the environment. When this happens, these students may soon be the next leaders in maintaining nature’s beauty.” Villaflor concluded, “For environmental protection to become a reality, we need to engage our teachers in the process, more particularly those who are teaching in public schools since they have inadequate resources. With this initiative, members of the community may not only learn to appreciate nature but take part in preserving it as well.”

Faculty of Jose Abad Santos High School, Division of Manila participate in the Reef Quest drill before exploring the waters during Primer Group of Companies’ Nature Class activity held last April 14 to 15, 2011 at the Divers Sanctuary, BaunBatangas. The Reef Quest is a coastal adventure that aims to raise environmental awareness among educators.

Exploring the wilderness. Members of the Manila Secondary Science Master Teacher Association, Division of City Schools, Manila explore the trees of Mt. Makiling, Los Banos Lagunalast June 8, 2013 and June 15, 2013 during Primer Group of Companies’ Nature Class Tree Walks activity.

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Fiesta All-Day, All Night at Seda Centrio August 22-28, 2015

This early, it feels like fiesta time all week long at Cagayan de Oro’s only lifestyle hotel. Seda Centrio has launched its new “Land-and-Sea” Lunch Buffet in time for the two long weekends (Aug. 21-23 & Aug. 28-31) bracketing Cagayan de Oro’s Fiesta Week dubbed “Higalaay Festival”. “It’s the best time to expand our selection,” says Mike Gayoso, F&B Manager. “In place of our former set lunch, we now offer a lunchtime buffet

that is perfect for a working lunch or for executives on-thego,” he continues. Executive Sous Chef Jade Burden adds that guests can look forward to delectable entrees of seafood and beef/pork/chicken, as well as soups and salads that would surely delight even the most discerning palates. The lunch buffet is available Monday to Saturday at only Php499 nett. “Theme Nights” for dinner will continue due to their success, says Gayoso. Among others, it will include

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a special carving and “make-yourown” sinuglaw, kare-kare and other similar dishes made up of different ingredients that are fun to mix up, or have less more of, depending on one’s preference. Seafood is the highlight on Friday with salmon and blue crabs, among others; and BBQ, on Saturday. The dinner buffet is available Monday to Saturday at Php599 nett. Sundays combine breakfast and lunchtime favorites on the“Brunch

Buffet” available from 11 am to 2 pm. “Hotel guests have an excellent reason to wake up later than usual as we offer a grand selection of international and regional classics beginning11 am,” says Gayoso. The brunch is PhP599 per person, with an acoustic guitar performer to enhance the ambiance. Gayoso also mentions Seda Centrio’s drink of the month, “Seda Colada”, a coconutbased, refreshing

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drink with a Bacardi base (also available as an alcohol-free “mocktail”) available up to the end of August, for only PhP399. As a bonus,

the drink comes with a free cuddly stuffed toy poodle named “Koko”. Those looking for a great place fiesta/PAGE 5

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August 22-28, 2015

An Invitation to Balikbayans and OFWs to Balikbayan Night Filinvest One Oasis will be throwing a SALU-SALO for interested balikbayans and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) at its office-showroom at the Ground Floor, Bo’s Coffee Building, Don A. Velez St. in Cagayan de Oro City this Saturday, August 22, 2015. The SALU-SALO will start at 3:00PM until 7:00PM with participants getting lots of freebies and giveaways. The CELEBRATION will introduce interested balikbayans and OFWs to Filinvest’s flagship project in Cagayan de Oro, the One Oasis Cagayan de Oro (OOCDO) Building 1 which will be the first mid-rise condo project in Cagayan de Oro to be completed and turned over to unit owners by Q3 2015 “One Oasis CDO features “resort-style living” in a centrally located urban setting that will be the first and only condo project in Cagayan de Oro to offer resorts style

living amenities within 2 kilometers of key destinations for unit owners (malls, schools, churches, hospitals, recreation facilities)” said Arabelle Solidum, FLI area general manager for Northern Mindanao. On top of that, as the first major condo project downtown to start delivery to unit owners, Ms. Solidum stressed OOCDO also offers the quickest return for investors who wish to invest their savings in a real property that appreciate as time goes by and offers a steady cash flow. EXPERIENCE ONE OASIS AS WE CELEBRATE HIGALAAY FESTIVAL 2015! Interested parties who wish to join Balikbayan Night please contact FILINVEST CDO BRANCH OFFICE at 0917-305-8888 for more details. Besides this event, FLI will also host a Zumbathon 2015 at its One Oasis Cagayan de Oro project site on Saturday, August 29,

2015 from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M at Rosario Limketkai Drive, Barangay Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. This will be preceded by a weeklong “Open House” at its office-showroom at the Ground Floor, Bo’s Coffee Building, Don A. Velez St. in Cagayan de Oro City from August 17-22 and a “Duaw One Oasis CDO” weeklong “Open House” at its project site along Rosario Limketkai Drive, Barangay Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. One Oasis CDO is a 2.7 hectare property developed strategically located at the Rosario Limketkai Avenue in Lapasan. Discover your own patch of green in the city through One Oasis mid-rise condo communities of Filinvest. For more information, please call (0917) 305-8888, follow us on social media: facebook.com/ Filinvest Group and twitter.com/filinvest or check our websitewww. filinvest.com.ph

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he UK has to stay in the EU, Barack Obama says. Only then will it be able to continue to play a role on the international stage. More than anything, he has US interests in mind, German TV - commentator Gero Schliess voiced out on screen last night. Indeed, some observers may have rubbed their eyes in disbelief. Please count me in: For the longest time, the Americans had gone out of their way to avoid EU matters. Yet, suddenly US President Barack Obama is concerned about the unity of Europe, urgently advising the British that they should not turn their backs on the “Group of 28.” It remains to be seen whether Obama has done himself any favors with his unusually public plea. Euro-skeptics in Britain have already said they will not tolerate his meddling. The president has repeatedly stated that he cannot imagine a European Union without Great Britain. However, he has never expressed

himself so directly in public. Has Obama become a convinced European? Has he come to appreciate a strong and unified Europe in light of the increasing gravity of global crises? I am pretty sure,that is only part of the truth. The rest is that he is concerned with American interests. During World War II, the British and Americans were comrades in arms. Even after the war, the Americans knew that they could count on the British to join their battles, despite the United Kingdom’s waning power. Now, however, there is a growing fear in Washington that the British are out of the international power game: They are militarily weak and increasingly paralyzed by domestic issues. Hence, they are nowhere near the center of European power, which has now concentrated around Germany and France. Commentator Gero Schliess is very true in saying, that analysis is generally correct.

The budget cuts of the past several years have seriously hindered the ability of the British armed forces to partake in global interventions. Their throttled combat missions against the “Islamic State” (IS) offer final evidence of that. One seeks a British presence in the Ukraine crisis in vain, with Germany now playing the central role there. The same goes for crisis management in Greece. A referendum on the United Kingdom’s EU membership is scheduled to take place before the end of 2017. The risk of a victory by Euro-skeptics is serious. This will demand the full attention of the government, with little energy left over to maintain Great Britain’s role as an indispensable nation. When parliament refused to approve a mandate for the British air force to participate in attacks on IS strongholds in Syria, many in Washington saw it as a definitive departure from that role. If one look back in history, one sees that Great Britain has long

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been an important intermediary between the United States and Europe. It is a country with which the United States shares many interests. It was after all, the British who raised European awareness for the importance of interventionist foreign and security policy, and who have kept the concept alive. And above all, it has been the British who have consistently argued for the liberalization of European markets and global free-trade in unison with the United States. In that sense, the United Kingdom is indeed the “best partner” that the US could hope for, as Obama has said. doring/PAGE 11

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Science Nation holds Oro stopover Story and Photo by MARK FRANCISCO

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HE Department of Science and Technology (DOST) 10 hosted the Cagayan de Oro leg of the Science Nation tour last August 21 to 23 at Limketkai Center. There were two major side events during the three-day pit stop – the inauguration of the Food Innovation Center at Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST) and a forum on science and technology updates with Oro Chamber at Limketkai Luxe Hotel. Science Nation was conceived as part of the National Science and Technology Week every last week of July. From Metro Manila, Science Nation was toured in each region in the country. It was Northern Mindanao’s turn last week. During the main event at Limketkai Events Center, 42 high school groups showcased their inventions. These are just a few of their innovations – assessment of physicochemical properties of water in Bagtok Creek, Dangcagan, Bukidnon; AC

large-commercial corn miller; high potassium content from cantaloupe fruit potential for medicinal and industrial purposes; and lots more. DOST 10 director Alfonso Alamban was happy to see that many high school students in the region are continuing to pour interest in the science and technology fields. Alamban said this would contribute a lot to DOST’s thrust for the Philippines “to be a nation of scientists especially that we belong to a globally competitive Asean and a globally

competitive world.” The 42 entries vied for Outstanding Invention (Tuklas Award), Outstanding Utility Model, Industrial Design and Creative Research (Likha Award) and Outstanding Student Creative Research for College and High School (Sibol Award). The first prize winners took home P50,000; second prize winners P30,000 and third prize winners P20,000. Meanwhile, nine Basic Education students from Region 10 who won in scientific contests both

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for a stay-cation can avail of Seda Centrio’s special room rates for all its room categories from August 24 to 29, 2015 in time for the Higalaay Festival. Rates start at Php3,500 for a Deluxe Room with breakfast

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for two; and for a reasonable add-on, can enjoy additional benefits and privileges at the Club Lounge while staying in a Club Room or the bigger Premier Room. For reservations and further inquiries about Seda Centrio’s offerings, please call (088) 323-8888 or +63 917 5775910.

here and abroad were conferred the DOST’s YES Awards. They were Neil Rafael Cajote (City Central School), Pete Justin Dagaraga (Kong Hua School), Gabrielle Riana Gamboa (Rosevale School), Maigela Zia Garcia (Lanao Chung Hua School), Mohammad Azzam Macumbal (Living Spring Academy), Isnihaya Magumpara and Royce Val Malalis (Philippine Science High School – Central Mindanao), Austine Angeline Paraiso (City Central School) and stopover/PAGE 9

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Gov. Bambi declares his 19 ‘Yevgeny babies’

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By Micka Victoria

isamis Oriental Provincial G overnor Bambi Emano, though still a bachelor, already has 19 babies under his name. The zeal started when womenfolks in the different barangays of the municipalities of

Misamis Oriental utilize the Bambi Kabs handed over by Gov. Bambi as aid of transportation when about to give birth. Often times, when urgency and time does not permit, these women even give birth inside the Bambi Cab. “G a h a t a g k a m i u g gamay nga ganti gikan

sa regalo paingon sa ilang pampers hangtod sa ilang financial assistance,”states Gov. Bambi. Filled with gratitude and benevolence for all the support Gov. Bambi has given them, the parents of the neonates born named their children after the Father of the Province -Yevgeny Vincente “Bambi”. To these parents, the

Bambi Cabs in their barangays are more than just a vehicle. These Bambi Cabs are intended to serve as sources of empowerment for emergencies, calamities and crisis for people in re m o t e a n d f a r- f lu n g areas in Misamis Oriental, delivering the much needed help in the hinterlands and of the lowly people in the barangays.

Emano condemns Thailand Bombing, secures MisOr Tourism By Micka Victoria

Misamis Oriental Governor Bambi Emano condemned the Thailand bombing that happened to a shrine in the centre o f T h a i l a n d’s c ap i t a l , Bangkok, killing at least 22 people and injuring more than 120. According

to authorities, the attack targeted foreigners an d ai m e d t o d am a g e tou r i s m and e c onomy in Thailand. T h i s s p e c i f i c e ve nt a l a r m e d G o v. B a m b i , setting up the situation in Misamis Oriental. This is

beyond the endeavour of the Father of the Province in maintaining definite peace and order in the province to generate a stable economy and an established tourism. “Busa akong gipabilin ang kahusay ug kalinaw s a pro bi ns y a k ay k i n i dako ug epekto sa

turismo ug ekonomiya sa lalawigan,” states Gov. Bambi. Gov. Bambi reaches out his empathy and prayers to the victims and sur vivors of the Erawan Shrine Bombing and hopes that immediate justice will be ser ved to the distressed families.

Filinvest invites health buffs to Zumbathon 2015 at One Oasis CDO Filinvest Land Inc. is inviting health buffs to experience Zumbathon 2015 at its flagship project One Oasis Cagayan de Oro on Saturday, August 29, 2015 from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M at Rosario Limketkai Drive, Barangay Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. “We’d like to invite people who practice or look forward to a healthy lifestyle to enjoy this healthy exercise and personally experience healthy lifestyle living at One Oasis CDO,” said Ma. Arabelle Solidum, FLI Area GENERAL Manager for Northern Mindanao. “Party yourself into shape” will be theme for the fun-filled afternoon with Zumba Master Bhert Lopez.” Surrounded by lush greens, with about 55 percent of the entire 2.7 hectare project devoted to resortstyle gardens and amenities, open spaces and wide roads, One Oasis

CDO residents will absolutely feel one with nature in this urban getaway, all day, every day. Besides this event, FLI will also host a Balikbayan Night at its at its office-showroom at the Ground Floor, Bo’s Coffee Building, Don A. Velez St. in Cagayan de Oro City this Saturday, August 22, 2015. This will be preceded by a week-long “Open House” at the same address from August 17-22 and a “Duaw One Oasis CDO” week-long “Open House” at its project site along Rosario Limketkai Drive, Barangay Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. EXPERIENCE ONE OASIS AS WE CELEBRATE HIGALAAY FESTIVAL 2015! To join the festivities, contact (0917) 305-8888, follow us on social media: facebook. com/FilinvestGroup and twitter.com/ filinvest or check our websitewww. filinvest.com.ph

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What fans can expect on Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour in PH

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Concert presenter Globe Telecom gives Filipinos the biggest music experience of their lives

et ready for the biggest music experience of your life as the country’s number 1 mobile brand Globe Telecom presents Madonna’s Rebel Heart

Tour in Manila at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on February 24 and 25, 2016. The Pop Queen and everybody’s “Material Girl”, who is visiting

the country for the very first time, is expected to captivate her Filipino fans with her heartpumping performance and signature hits that span across many generations. Her constant reinvention of herself has endeared her to millions of fans worldwide regardless of age, gender, and geographic location. “Together with millions of Filipinos who are ecstatic about Madonna’s first trip to the Philippines for the country’s biggest musical spectacle to date, Globe is very excited to celebrate this big entertainment milestone that will surely be the talk of the town for many years. Bringing a global music icon and superstar closer to her fans is part of our commitment to make music an integral part of the Filipino lifestyle,” shares Globe Telecom Senior Vice President for Consumer Mobile Marketing Issa Cabreira. As the lone presentor of the concert, Globe held an exclusive ticket pre-sale to its customers

for 2 days last July 24 and August 1, 2015 to give them first dibs to reserve and purchase tickets, which expectedly sold out in a matter of hours. A series of teaser videos uploaded on Rollingstone.com gave fans a behind-thescenes sneak peek into the rehearsals of the six-month-long tour. The videos showcased the different costumes, routines, production set-up, props, and dance moves that will go into each show. In her recent Rolling Stone cover story, Madonna shared just how involved she is in every aspect of her concerts. "I've always been that way, and then it's just developed over the years, as I've done more things," she explains. "I really want to see everything. If it's around me and it's part of my show, I need to be a part of all of it. From the creation of the music, to the surface of the floor, to everyone's hairstyle, to the details with the buttons and the bows and the snaps and

the zippers. All of those things!” she says. In another article by wwd.com, Madonna revealed the top designers she will work with for the tour. According to the article, Madonna has enlisted the world’s top designers, most famously Jean Paul Gaultier, to collaborate on the costumes. She revealed exclusively to WWD the designers who made the cut, which includes Jeremy Scott and Alexander Wang. Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele also pitched in. In terms of setlist, wwd.com also said that “Vogue” and “Holiday” will make appearances on the tour, just like Madonna’s teasers on her Instagram account. She has also been posting snippets of looks she’s been working on with her longtime costume designer, Academy Award-nominated Ariane Phillips. Early this year, the seven-time Grammy Award-winner released her 14-track album Rebel

Heart with hit singles “Bitch, I’m Madonna”, “Living for Love”, and “Ghosttown”, to name a few. With household hits such as “Like a Virgin”, “Papa Don’t Preach”, “Vogue”, and “Like a Prayer” among others, Madonna’s musical career has already breached over 3 decades. She has sold more than 300 million records globally and has recently marked a new world record by being the only artist to have 45 number one songs on any chart in Billboard history. The Rebel Heart Tour is the 10th worldwide concert tour by Madonna in support of her 13th studio album, Rebel Heart. It will kick off on September 2015 in Montreal, Canada and continue throughout North America, Europe and Asia, finally concluding on March 2016 in Australia. Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour in Manila is produced by Live Nation Global Touring and MMILive and is presented by Globe Telecom.

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SIGHTLESS By Jeaneth J. Molina, MA

The world around I cannot see; So full of solitude and miseries I stumbled and fall in adversity; For life indeed is dry and dreary. What a beautiful world it may seems If only it can be felt and seen; Yet no one dare to help and care; Till the bewildered hope disappear. Suddenly the rainbows appear; Comes the teachers’ love and care Brings hope to a disgusted soul; Life then becomes so meaningful.

“Food for Thought” By VIRGINIA S. MARTICION San Miguel Elementary School

“God will not forgive us if we don’t forgive one another”. (According to Matt, 6:14 – 15) “If you forgive those who hurt you your heavenly father will forgive you. But, if you do not forgive neither will your father will forgive you.” Forgiveness is something God does. It is not rooted in our emotions;

Forgiveness is what God does in the books of heaven when he marks “CANCELLED” over our debt of sin. (Quoted) We are forgiven when he declares us legally acquitted regardless of how we might be feeling at the moment. It is important to realize that forgiveness is something done by God.

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Nathaniel Dave Tagapulot (City Central School). Science and Technology Secretary Mario Montejo, who graced the opening rite last August 20, also visited and witnessed the inauguration of the Food Innovation Center at Mindanao University of Science and Technology which is a joint project with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) 10 and partly through the effort of Rep. Rufus Rodriguez.

The center, equipped with technologically competitive food processing and packaging facilities, is now open to SMEs which want to improve their products. The following equipment can now be used for a minimal fee – convection drying cabinet/machine, cabinet steamer, cold extrusion machine, continuous band sealing machine, desktop cup sealing machine, flour milling machine, foot operated impulse sealer, stainless steel grain grinding machine, induction sealing

machine, octagonal mixing machine, shrink packaging machine, spray dryer, vacuum fryer, vacuum packaging machine and vertical granular form fill packing machine. Along this line, the Food Innovation Center will accept orders for label design, short run processing and toll packing. Meanwhile at the meetup with Oro Chamber and DOST officials, the following topics were discussed – investment opportunity in silk production, venture capital and prototyping for SMEs,

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Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Setup and awarding of three Best SETUP Adoptors – Botoy’s Lechon Manok, Muscovado Sugar and Fhe Sweets. During the occasion, DOST also turned over a P1.102 million check to fund the installation of a CDO building permit management system which will be run by the Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST). The system is envisioned to automate the permit processing of the Office of the Building Official in Cagayan de Oro.

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Professionalism at Work By BERNADETTE N. CAÑETE Teacher III San Miguel Elementary School San Miguel, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon

“Every idle word that men shall speak / they shall give account in the day of judgment One feature of a successful career relationship is a good system of values .Since then you have to display attitudes appropriate to your work., because our activities at work are measured and judged. Do not do unto others what you don’t want others to do unto you‘ if you smile to others it would mean a positive response than by being indifferent and arrogant. It would just invite gossip among colleagues. Belittling remarks of some insecure seniors who acts so bossy and autocratic who just want to be felt around are so annoying, even then one is presuming to know everything. Reporting to work on time also helps in performing jobs well and to keep the work place clean and organized. It is one key to make one performs more and improve their work when they are recognized. One should take pride in his work and always bear in mind that you cannot please everyone. One would be jealous of your achievement. Its best then to overcome jealousy, instead allow support and inspiration. Learn to appreciate others have. Be responsible of your actions and decisions. Admit and learn from your mistakes. Be humble and

accept corrections. “there are difficult personalities you will encounter at work. Before making judgment, ask yourself, are they the ones who are difficult or are you the one? Understanding an unpleasant behavior and doing something to improve such behavior is quite a challenge. Another thing also to consider in a workplace is to keep confidential on informations. Especially these personal matters should be kept and not to be shared especially without permission or consent from persons concern. Finally you really don’t have the right to make others miserable of your own personal problems and bad attitude. Gossips and rumors have harmful effects and destructive. It would create chaos. Remember that people who gossip to you surely have gossiped about you. Concentrate on doing your work because you do not know about others personal problem. Mind your own business all the time and it will make you better. “What comes around , goes around”. At work it is best to keep your mouth shut. If you have nothing good to say on others, do not sat anything at all. There is nobody who can stop spreading gossip but you. You cannot CHANGE anything, if you have nothing. SUCCESS is a CHOICE, it is not like happiness it isn’t given. It is made from within.

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An Ideal Class Atmosphere By Vivian J. Adajar San Miguel E/S

A productive classroom really depends on how the teacher managed her class . It may not be a really silent or even complete orderly one but rather a classroom where there is focused energy;and all pupils are actively engaged with passion to learn. However it is also very important to realize that it is

ideal to consider the learning space for different learning corners to effectively meet all the pupils need. An ideal classroom atmosphere embraces the idea that all pupils can learn. Finally the teacher should also have enough knowledge to deliver exceptional skills to meet all the pupils need.

The World is Getting Warmer? Why? By VIRGINIA S. MARTICION San Miguel Elementary School

Nowadays it is impossible to read newspapers without learning about an environmental problem. Sometimes the problem seems hopeless. Humans have caused so many devastations to mother earth. Not knowing that even if we are in the right track as we kept using the resources in easy and abusive way, in return had a great effect to the environment, No one is exempted when mother earth reacts. Kaingin system, illegal loggings are long time activities that made mother earth almost barren. Natural resources have been used up. Forests turned into

subdivisions. Where are the trees now? What could possibly happen? There are only few of them left to absorb all those gases emitted from factories and engines. Chlorofluorocarbons, carbon dioxide are harmful gases that are supposed to be absorbed by those trees. These things caused greenhouse effect and the most dangerous problem is the general warming of earth’s climate. These had happened because the ozone layer of the earth has been depleted because of those harmful gases gases. The destruction of the ozone layer made the world gets warmer.

Students with Special Needs, Are they really that “Special?” By Jeaneth J. Molina, MA

Every time I am introduced as a special education teacher of the Visually Impaired students, I hear someone like “You have a place saved for you in heaven. It takes a special person to teach those students.” The compliment is well intended but not deserved. By, “special” these well-meaning acquaintances imply that my students and I are different and unusual. I am not that special because my students are not that special too. The people, parents, students, and even other teachers often view special education as “those classes for students with special needs.” At times even special education teachers get caught up in the mystique of their student’s disabilities, forgetting the uniqueness of EVERY child. Having been in the SPED Program for 11 years as a resource teacher for the visually impaired, I can attest

to the imagination, creativity, and intelligence of these students. They are more similar to regular students than they are different. Not every special ed student is a problem in the class. Most special ed students are as capable of learning as the majority of regular students. But, because of the special ed label, they are perceived as atypical. The greatest gift a teacher could bestow upon special ed students would be to allow them the room to be normal. Identify the similarities between special and regular students, don’t accentuate the differences. Given the opportunity, the special ed students will reveal some aspect of normalcy. Just let them be normal because as Rondel and Kevin would often say “we are normal people, the only thing missing is we are not given the opportunity to see the world.”

Preparing for a science career Establishing a home supportive to children’s learning By MARY JANE G. BARRIO Master Teacher I Lingating Elementary School Lingating ,Baungon, Bukidnon

IF you are preparing for an engineering career, then the academic track of K-12 senior high is ideal for you. Select the STEM strand which stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Subjects in here are pre-calculus, basic calculus, general biology, general physics, general physics and general chemistry. Encourage your kids to be a DOST scholar. Today, there are currently more than 5,000 DOST scholars in the country. But we can certainly increase that number and transform the Philippines

into a Science Nation that is at par with scienceoriented countries such as Switzerland or Iran. The DOST scholarships intend to stimulate and entice talented Filipino youth to pursue lifetime productive careers in science and technology and ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources which can steer the country towards national progress. They receive P6,000 monthly stipend but they must take physics, applied physics, geology, mining engineering, agriculture and fisheries courses.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region BRANCH 38 Cagayan de Oro City SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE EJF File Number 2015-173 UPON EXTRA-JUDICIAL PETITION FOR SALE under Act 3135 as amended, filed by RCBC SAVINGS BANK, with principal place of business at 31st Floor, RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center, 26th & 25th Sts., Bonifacio Global City, Taguic City, against SPS. ALONA R. PANTANOSAS and RESTY Z. PANTANOSAS, residents of # 6349 Banaba Steet, Reyes Village Subdivision, Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City, to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of June 17, 2015, amounts to Nine Hundred Sixty Four Thousand One Hundred Fifteen Pesos & 10/100 (Php 964,115.10), Philippine Currency, inclusive of interest and penalty charges, excluding other necessary fees and expenses of extra-judicial foreclosure and sale, the undersigned Sheriff or his deputies will sell at Public auction on September 22, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning or soon thereafter, at the Regional Trial Court, Branch 38, temporarily holding office at City Tourism Hall Compound, City Hall Compound , City Hall Cagayan de Oro City, to the highest bidder , for CASH and in Philippine Currency, , the real property described herein-below, with all its improvements found thereon, viz: “TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. 137-2012009289 (Registered in the name of Sps. Alona R. Pantanosas & Resty Z. Pantanosas) Lot Portion of

: 74, BLOCK 1, PCS-10-004146 : Consolidation-Subdivision of Lots 1333&1335, All of CAD-237 LAND USE : Residential LOCATION : Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City BOUNDARIES : NE., along line 1-2 by Road Lot 12, PCS -10-004146 SE., etc., Containing an area of Seventy (70) sq. mtrs., more or less.” Prospective buyers/bidders may investigate for themselves the Title of the property above-mentioned and all encumbrances thereon, if any there be. In the even that said auction sale on September 22, 2015 will be declared holiday or non-working day, the same will continue on the next working day without need of further notice, publication and posting.

Cagayan de Oro City, August 14, 2015.

By Jenith L. Gacus Teacher I Sta. Cruz Elementary School San Fernando I District

Family is the foundation of every child’s learning. Apparently, prents are his first teachers, siblings are his first classmates and their home is his first classroom. The family have a great influence to the learning development of children. Aside from the fact that it is from his fellow members in the family he shared ideas with, the environment of family will affect their learning abilities, even the child starts to step out from home’s door and goes to school. Example of this is the ability of a home to be supportive to children’s learning. This means that home could establish an environment where children are safe, secured and free to do their activities such as studying in concentration. It could also be

measured through the kind of relationship that a child experience with his family. If it is harmonious, then better. But if there are various disturbing things like occurence of conflict inside the family, this will impact negatively to the learning of the child. He will never have a concentration and this will bother him even he is at school for he has no peace of mind, worries envelope him and worse, fear will arise. His home would never be a “home” then. Home conducive to learning and parental involvement are few key factors in improving academic attainment and achievement among children. Thus, it is parents’ responsibility to build a good learning environment inside their home.

Republic of the Philippines REGIONAL TRIAL COURT OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL 10TH Judicial Region Cagayan de Oro City OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL SHERIFF NOTICE OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SALE EJF File No. 2015-011 Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act No. 3135 as amended by Act No. 4118 filed by HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND (PAG-IBIG FUND), against WILFREDO V. ISAAC married STEPHANIE UY ISAAC, with postal address at LOT 6, CABAL St., B89, AFPOVAL, PHASE 5, BAYANI ROAD, GLOBAL CITY , FORT BONIFACIO, TAGUIG METRO , to satisfy the mortgage indebtedness which as of January 26, 2015 amounts to ONE MILLION FOUR HUNDRED FOURTEEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT PESOS & 35/100 (P 1,414,528.35) , Philippine Currency, inclusive of interests, and penalty charges, the undersigned will sell at public auction on September 30, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Regional Trial Court, Office of the Clerk of Court, Tourism Hall, Cagayan de Oro City to the highest bidder , for cash or manager check and in Philippine Currency, the following property described below including all existing improvements found thereon, to wit: TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE NO. T-172305 A PARCEL OF LAND (Lot 2-B, Psd-10-050442, being a portion of Lot 2, Pcs-10- 000108) situated in the Barangay Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City. Island of Mindanao. Including all improvements existing and to be constructed/erected found thereon containing an area of TWO HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT (238) SQUARE METERS, more or less, registered in the name of WILFREDO V. ISAAC married to STEPHANIE UY ISAAC. 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 day without further notice, posting and publication. Prospective buyers may investigate for themselves the title herein-aboved-described and encumbrances thereon, if any there be.

Cagayan de Oro City, August 7, 2015.

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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.

(Sgd) FE O. BONTUYAN-BULARON Sheriff IV CT: Aug. 8, 15 & 22, 2015

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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

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Dissecting education By ELLEN B. YONG Teacher I Patpat Elementary School Patpat, Malitbog, Bukidnon

EDUCATION is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits of a group of people (meaning the teachers) are transferred to other people (meaning the students). The students can be kindergarten, elementary, secondary, tertiary, vocational or post-tertiary. As a public school teacher, I represent almost half of the teaching population in the Philippines which belongs to this sector – the K-12 public school system. We are a diverse kind. Even though we belong

to the same curriculum, the specific cultures in our school campuses are so diverse. For example, public schools in urban areas are vastly different from the ones in rural areas. Yet each student has the opportunity to learn basically the same stuff. Thus, each student is afforded the same educational attainment that he or she will carry through in college and ultimately in the adult world. Education i s tra n s fe rre d th ro u g h storytelling, discussion, teaching, training or research.

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT’ REGIONAL TRIAL COURT 10TH Judicial Region BRANCH 42 Medina, Misamis Oriental -o0oIN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF MINORS AIMEE JANE SENO KHO and ARMAN JAMES SENSO KHO, FC SP. PROC. NO.010-M (2015) Spouses ARMANDO S. KHO and MARIA JOYCE L. SENO-KHO, Petitioners. x----------------------------------------------/ ORDER On May 19, 2015, petitioners SPOUSES ARMANDO S. KHO and MARIA JOYCE L. SENO-KHO, through their counsel Atty. Eliud T. Pailagao Jr., filed a petition to adopt minors AIMEE JANE SENO KHO and ARMAN JAMES SENO KHO. Since, the petition and its attachments are substantially sufficient in form and substance, the petition shall be heard on October 28, 2015 (Wednesday), at 8:30 o’clock in the morning, at Regional Trial Court – Branch 42, Medina , Misamis Oriental . At petitioner’s expense, let a copy of this copy of this Order be published before the date of hearing at least once a week for 3 successive weeks in Cagayan de Oro Times , a newspaper of general circulation in the province of Misamis Oriental. The Court Social Worker MS. AIDELIZA JUSON LUMBATAN is hereby ordered to prepare and submit the Child Study Report of the minors to be adopted and Home Study Report of the petitioners/ adopters/ biological parents before the hearing date. Upon receipt of this Order, the petitioners &/or their counsel should immediately coordinate with the court Social Worker for the preparation of the reports. Since the petition is intended to raise the status of the minors to that of legitimacy and since the petitioners are the biological parents of the minors to be adopted, the petitioners are exempted from undergoing the required counselling session/s by the social worker with the petitioners, and the supervised trial custody. Let a copy of this Order be furnished to the Office of the Solicitor General, through the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor – Province of Misamis Oriental, and the Department of Social Welfare & Development – Field Office No. 10, through its Regional Director. So Ordered. DONE in Chambers On June 1, 2015 in the Municipality of Medina, Province of Misamis Oriental. (Sgd) JUDY A. SIA-GALVEZ Presiding Judge

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