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CAGAYANAnniversary TIMES Issue de Oro

Volume 3 | No. 01 | Cagayan de Oro City | August 8-14, 2015

The Oro Photographic Society (OPS) Officers and Members, participants and guest speakers of the recently concluded 1st Mindanao Photo Summit at the Marco Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, July 31-August 2. photo by ibarra deri - canon ambassador

1st Mindanao Photo Summit:

Just the Beginning by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy of BusinessWeek Mindanao


he Cagayan de Oro photography club, Oro Photographic Society (OPS), successfully organized the first ever Mindanao Photo Summit, July 31 to August 2. Themed “Island Interlinks,” the Summit also showcased photographic equipment, gears, accessories, and other related products on exhibit at the Centrio Ayala Mall.

Photo enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals in Mindanao and other parts of the country converged at the Centrio Ayala Mall for the photography exhibit and photography brands roadshow. The basic and advance photography seminars during the 3-day summit were held

at the Marco Hotel Alwana Business Park, Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City which were facilitated by renowned photographers in various fields. The summit gathered about 150 registered participants. Master travel and underwater photographer Annaliza Barrera introduced the

participants to the basics of photography, while Canon ambassador Ibarra Deri shared his expertise in the field of “Portrait Photography” and “Product Photography”. Canon ambassador, Edwin Martinez, treated the participants to the beauty of “Landscape Photography,” and Francisco Mark Floro,

also a Canon ambassador. Parallel to the Mindanao Photo Summit is the 2nd “OPS Kagay-an Photography Contest” to spice up the fiesta celebration from August 1 to August 31. OPS President Engineer Lauriel Dela Cruz says “The photo contest started last year and summit/PAGE 11

Sunday Brunch Buffet starts August 9th at Seda Centrio There are a lot of good things to start this Festival Month of August at Cagayan de Oro’s acknowledged Lifestyle Hotel, Seda Centrio. They have a new Executive Sous Chef, a new Food & Beverage Manager, and at the same time, are launching the Sunday Brunch Buffet and “Drink-ofthe-Month” at Misto Restaurant starting August 9th. “We will present an international mix combined with locally-produced

foods on the Sunday Brunch Buffet, available from 11 am to 2 pm,” said Chef Jade Burden. Thus, the sumptuous spread will showcase no less than eight different stations to give both foreign guests and local residents a wide variety of dishes with universal appeal. For instance, the salad station features lettuce varieties with complementing dressings and various toppings and sides, plus a healthy range of market-fresh vegetables.

“We want to offer a quality spread of excellent selections,” explains Mike Gayoso, F&B manager. Ergo, the bread station, for instance, features baguettes, focaccia, white buffet/PAGE 10

Chef Jade Burden, Sous Chef

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othing new with this, you might say after reading my today’s column-headline. Nothing new? Check out this: Facebook launches Aquila, the Internet-beaming drone! Facebook said it is ready to begin the pilot program of a high-altitude drone that will beam the Internet to remote parts of the world. The solar-powered drone will be able to fly without landing for three months. Aquila has a 40-meter (130-foot) wingspan - on par with a Boeing 737 weighs less than a car, and can stay aloft at an altitude of 20,000 to 30,000 meters for three months at a time. Test flights will begin later this year. Facebook’s head Mark Zuckerberg announced Aquila in a video posted to his personal page on last

Thursday night. “This effort is important because 10 percent of the world’s population lives in areas without existing internet infrastructure,” Zuckerberg wrote. “To affordably connect everyone, we need to build completely new technologies. “Using aircraft to connect communities using lasers might seem like science fiction,” he continued. “But science fiction is often just science before its time. Over the coming months, we will test these systems in the real world and continue refining them so we can turn their promise into reality.” Wow! So, let me ask you my dear readers: Boone or ban? Lasers, solar, and drones, oh my! This might be indeed “a significant milestone” and could “quickly bring connectivity to an area that needs it.”

“Our goal is to accelerate the development of a new set of technologies that can drastically change the economics of deploying internet infrastructure,” wrote Parikh in a blog post. “We are exploring a number of different approaches to this challenge, including aircraft, satellites and terrestrial solutions.” An eye to the future... .But, how about our privacy? Facebook’s Connectivity Lab unveiled its plan to “deliver the internet to everyone” last year by harnessing solar, laser, and developing drone technologies. The Connectivity lab is part of Facebook’s “” initiative to bring the internet to developing countries. Other tech companies such as Google and Microsoft are also experimenting with how to transmit

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uring my salad days as a student in that far off enclave of Zamboanga, our barkada had two favorite places to hang out where we could get delicious food and drinks cheap for a group of ravenous young people. This was long before the advent of fast food chains and with our allowances counted in centavos rather than pesos, pancit was the default food for a big group with loaves of bread and colas on the side. Admittedly everything in those days were dirt cheap compared to what our kids are now paying for fast food, but that did not detract from the quality of the pancit which was most often piping-hot pancit canton complete with all the rekados of vegetables, shrimp, chicken liver, chinese sausage, squid strips and the like. Happily for us, happy days are here again with the advent of a relatively new place (just a year old last March 15) that brings back those memories in a flash. Pan-Chic (short for

pancit and chicken) is the brainchild of Chef Eric Ranara-Yap, him of the Sentro 1850, Butcher’s Best, and most recently, Circa 1850 fame. Together with lifetime partner Genevieve See-Yap, they sought to put up an “everyday sort of place” where family or friends can come in to take a quick meal, take it out or have it delivered to their doorstep without too much fuss. Unlike many his formally trained peers, Eric’s training and talent has been handed down to him the traditional way- from his family and relatives. His mother Soledad (“Soling”) encouraged him to try cooking when he was but 6 yrs old. He also drew inspiration from his cousin, the late Gloria Dychauco of Pots’n’Pans Home Bake & Coffee Shop who pioneered al fresco dining and haute cuisine in Cagayan de Oro when it was still a sleepy, little town with traditional home-based cooking. With the advent of the fast paced urban lifestyle and fast foods, many families and barkadas

yearn for the good old days of tasty and filling resto meals cooked the traditional way which wouldn’t set you back for an arm or leg. “That’s why we give our diners the flexibility to choose whether to dine in-house, take it out or have their meals delivered at home, depending on how far they are from our place, or perhaps, the weather situation,” Eric explains. And that’s also why I believe our college barkada would have found Pan-Chic a cool place to hang out because even at P129 per serving of stir-fried Pancit Canton or P195 for lemon fried chicken, the servings are large enough for 4-5 persons. Besides their flagship pancit and chicken dishes, Pan-Chic also serves crispy lumpia, sweet and sour pork, quekiam meat roll, sweet and sour fish fillet, calamares, lechon macau, humba, sweet beef with onion and beef with broccoli. Even the veggies are the comfort foods we’ve come to associate with traditional Chinese restos

like chopsuey, kangkong with bagoong and the mouth-watering Bokchoy with garlic! Even with Cagayan de Oro’s penchant to have rains in the afternoon during the rainy season, you can still indulge in your craving for PanChic’s comfort food if you live within the perimeter of Burgos-ConsolacionCapicor-Agora-LapasanLimketkai Center-GusaVilla Ernesto-Sta. CeciliaCamaman-an, NazarethMacasandig, Plaza Divisoria and City proper. There’s no minimum order and they will only a minimal P30 delivery charge. After numerous requests, Pan-Chic now also delivers to the Carmen-Golden VillageSSS-RER 1&2, AlwanaKauswagan-West Bound Terminal, Patag-ApovelNHA-Polymedic PlazaAluba and Xavier Estates (P60 delivery charge) and to Pueblo de Oro (P90 delivery charge) For further visits, please visit Pan-Chic (Pancit & Chicken)at Geleng Arcade, J.R. Borja Extension, Cagayan de Oro City or call (088)880-

Reigning Ms CDO Bea Alvarez Poehl takes out an order of Pan-Chic’s stir fried pancit canton

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Advanced Cake Decorating with Chef Awi Chaves

Awi Chaves’ Cakeistry CDO:

*Sweet Dreams are made of these* I

By Mike Baños

t’s quite difficult to pigeonhole Ma. Aurora “Awi” Riego de Dios GarciaChaves as an artist: cake decorator, sugar artist or sculptor? Ever since her creations burst into Cagayan de Oro’s social scene barely three years ago, orders have been coming thick and fast that she and her husband Kaye “Kap” Fumar Chaves have hardly any break putting out their

custom-made, completely hand-made fondant cakes on time. Ms. Chaves “Cakeistry” makes custom made, oneof-a-kind cakes for all occasions. “I like to believe I’m not just making cakes to last for a day but rather creating memories that will last a lifetime,” Ms. Chaves said. And what memories they are! A quick cross-section of Awi’s creations doesn’t


Blossoms Cake

quite cover the length and breadth of what she can do: a lineup of genuine sugar *Longchamp Le Plaige* bags made from gum paste; a moist chocolate cake with choco panels and filigrees; a Father’s Day cake for a CB/ radio enthusiast; a *Gawad Kalinga*inspired fondant cake for the head of the local chapter of Couples for Christ; a kitchen themed cake from the Japanese anime series *Nadesico* complete with a handmade 5” high doll of *Akito Tenkawa* and a miniature kitchen complete with utensils, stove and oven; a 3-foot high cream cheese and mocha pound wedding cake decorated with fresh liliums; a 9-inch moist chocolate cake with an Eskimo theme complete with cream cheese igloo pound cake and Eskimos; and a Kagayanon classmate’s gift to her German hubby: a MAN diesel truck; who liked it so much he didn’t permit it to be eaten and brought it back with him to Germany! But you get the idea…

“Her cakes are really good, compared with things I’ve seen here and abroad,” says Carsten Radke, a professional chef from Berlin, Germany married to Kagay-anon Jennifer Abarado and owner of La Vetta, an upscale French Med resto in Limketkai Center. Frank Peter Kliem, a *Konditormeister *from Gottingen, Germany who was a visitor to the city said, “Her work looks very good and very professional - I like this work very much and think it is a really good handmade work with really good and nice details- all together a very nice cake.” Hege Aadland, Mr. Kleim’s former apprentice from Norway said Awi’s cakes were very nice and similar to cakes made by women in Norway as a hobby for their homes, friends and relatives. “Those cakes are very often much better and nicer looking than cakes you buy in a confectionery or bakery shop in Norway,” Ms. Aadland said. “Most of them have no education,


it’s just a hobby, and some have learned everything by themselves, and some go to a course and learn. They post pictures here in Facebook, send photos to each other, asking how to do this and that, recipes and they learn from each other.” Indeed, Ms. Chaves inherited her artistic chops from her Nanay’s side, Purificacion “Purie” Riego de Dios of Cotabato City whom she first saw baking a chiffon cake and learned how to mix the batter manually in one direction making mostly marble and chiffon cakes on her Northern Hill electric oven.

The second of 5 siblings (1 sister and 3 brothers), Ms. Chaves inherited her love for cooking from her mom as well, recalling how everyone in the family cooked, and the house specialties including kare kare, bulalo and arroz caldo. The family moved to Cagayan de Oro in 1969 when Ms. Chaves was two because her Tagalog dad Melecio “Miling” Garcia had to move in connection with his job as the operations manager of a local logging firm. She wasn’t particularly interested in cooking cakeistry/ PAGE 11

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A total of P40,000 cash prize await winners of the 2nd Oro Photographic Society Higalaay Festival Photo Contest this August as Cagayan de Oro City marks its fiesta celebration this year. According to

OPS President Lauriel dela Cruz, the contest is divided into two categories to widen participation from the public. In the Conventional Category, participants can

use cameras, such as the Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras and the like, while in the Mobile Category, smartphones, pads or tabs. Winners in the Conventional Category will get

P15,000 for the first prize, P10,000 for the second prize, and P5,000 for the third prize. In the Mobile Category, winners will get P5,000 for the first prize, P3,000 for the second prize, and P2,000 for the third

prize. The contest is open to anyone 12 years old and above. A registration fee of P200 entitles an entrant the official Higalaay Photographer’s ID and the submission of two entries. Only photographentries bearing any of the Higalaay Festival 2015 activities taken from August 1 to 31, 2015 in Cagayan de Oro City will qualify Entries should be submitted in printed form sized 8”x12” at Ana’s Kitchen, Xavier University

Gym, along Corrales Street, on or before the September 4, 2015 deadline. Registration starts from August 1 to 31, 2015. Entry forms are available at Limketkai Center’s Rotunda, Ana’s Kitchen, Casa Crystalla along Pabayo corner Chavez Streets, and Ateneo Camera Club Office inside the Xavier University campus. For more details, visit the Facebook website of the Oro Photographic Society Inc.(Oro Photographic Society Inc.)

“NO BIO, NO BOTO” VOTERS’ BIOMETRICS REGISTRATION AT SM ON AUGUST 10 SM City Cagayan de Oro will be hosting the Commission on Election’s No Bio, No Boto voter’s biometrics registration on August 10 to 12 at the Second Floor, beside Abrillo during mall hours. The biometrics registration at the mall is expected to bring the COMELEC services more accessible to the public. Cagayan de Oro residents may simply go to the registration booth with a valid ID reflecting their current addresses. SM Supermalls and Walter Mart Community Malls have inked an agreement with the COMELEC to conduct satellite registration booth nationwide. The voter’s registration and biometrics validation for the 2016 national and local elections are ongoing until October 31 at the COMELEC offices. For inquiries, call 859-2885 to 88 and like SM City Cagayan de Oro on Facebook for event and promo updates. The CAGAYAN de ORO TIMES Editorial and Advertising: | 09177121424


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beef rendang with braised garlic and from page 1 shallots. bread, whole wheat And on top of all bread with pastrami, that, the Sunday honey cured ham buffet features and cheddar, carving stations that camembert or herb include everyone’s cheese in olive oil. favorite “lechon”! Entrees include Gayoso says that chicken cacciatore, some dishes will roasted pork loin with change every week pineapple cinnamon for variety but the sweet potato and price is pegged at

a very reasonable PhP599 per person. August 9th will also mark the launch of Seda Centrio’s Drink of the Month featuring “Seda Colada”, a coconut based, refreshing drink with a Bacardi base that’s also available as an alcohol-free “mocktail”, for only

PhP399. As a bonus, the featured drinks come with a free cuddly stuffed toy poodle (“Koko”). It is available the whole day in Misto for the entire month of August. For reservations and further inquiries, please call (088) 323-8888 or +63 917 5775910.

Pan Grilled Scallop and Herb Crusted Salmon with Crab Cake

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a wedding cake for a former employee. from page 7 “My staff had to bring it to Lagonglong, which and the arts during her younger days, though she was quite a distance from the center of Cagayan de recalls going the extra Oro,” she recalls. mile for her art projects She posted the pic of in grade school and that cake in Facebook having a penchant for charcoal sketching, scrap and the social networking books and photo albums, site took care of the rest. High school classmate and home-made pizza. *Adelfa Flores-Turner*, In high school she who now lives in the recalls cooking with her US, coined the name gang at Lourdes College “Cakeistry CDO” (for of *Lani Malferrari, Cake Artistry) while Malou Neri* and *Sandy her sister Ma. Theresa Pedrajas* as well as “*Mayette”* Lonergan taking lessons from the dean of Kagay-anon cake came up with the tagline: “We transform your cake decorators in the 1980s, ideas into a sweet reality.” *Lydia Robillos* of the It’s barely been half a famous *Rosita’s Bake decade since June 2010 Shop*. However, she didn’t do but already Cakeistry has delivered hundreds much cooking or baking after her graduation from of made to order mostly Xavier University-Ateneo fondant one-of-a-kind de Cagayan in 1988, until cakes for all occasions. That’s around a cake she became a full-time every three days on the mother to her four kids average and when you (3 girls, one boy) and consider how many manwife to hubby Kap. hours it takes to come However, in 2008 up with one, that is a her interest in cooking monumental achievement and baking was piqued when she started reading in itself considering the artistry that goes into food magazines and making one and Awi took baking and cake makes them practically decorating lessons by herself. from *Chef Ma. Erwina On the average, it “Booboo” C. Maramba* takes more than 48 of the Wilton School hours to make one from of Cake Decorating at conceptualization to Pearlmont Inn. “When I first met Awi, delivery. Many times the couple’s been up till the she was a newbie in cake decorating. Immediately, wee hours of the morning putting the finishing I saw a great potential touches on yet another in her,” recalls Chef Booboo. “Firstly, she was masterpiece. “The weather, believe never satisfied with her it or not, is a big factor work, no matter how in covering cakes in much I assured her that fondant and decorating it was okay, considering with gum paste figures or that it was her first cut-outs, and a sudden time. Secondly, she was inquisitive, always asking change from warm to wet weather can ruin your questions. And last but not least, she was patient, preparations,” Awi notes. trying endlessly to perfect To address this “climate change” issue, Kap built what she perceived to be her a new 130 sq.m. work an imperfect creation.” In 2009, Awi’s interest area annex to her dining room where all the cakes in fondant cakes was were made previously. fanned by *Chef Jesuit It has a separate baking Paul Nugas*, but when and decorating areas, her first fondant cake the latter with climate ended in disaster she control to enable Awi didn’t touch a cake a to have better control year after that. But she of the temperature and took heart from the humidity. encouragement of Chef Already, Cakeistry Maramba who kept is evolving into a new on encouraging her to direction with Awi’s pursue her interest in “illuminated cakes”. cake decorating. “It’s something “I prodded her to doable but no one give cake decorating a dared to venture doing,” chance because I know she notes.”I wanted talent when I see one. something positive and You either have it or you bright so I came up with don’t and Awi had it,” Chef Maramba said. “She the idea of a ‘chandelier’ was just too scared to try. cake.” Since making the first one, orders have Thank God, she finally been coming thick and listened and so Cagayan fast that she has hardly de Oro is reaping the rewards. I am very proud been able to cope up with to have started her on her the orders. Nevertheless, she is happy other cake journey.” decorators have picked Finally, exactly up the trend and are now three years ago to also filling in the gap. date, she resumed her But illuminated cakes cake decorating with

are just the second step from Cakeistry’s fondant cakes. Awi says she has so many ideas she can’t put them all down which is why she always stays up late. “I have never wanted to be ordinary. Rather, I want to sent the standard and start a trend!” With the way her loyal customers keep coming back for more, it’s safe to say Cagayan de Oro’s reputation as the artistic center of Northern Mindanao, in cake sculpturing at least, is in safe hands. – INDNJC –



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the response from the contestants were enough CAGAYAN DE us OROto MAIN to convince doBRANCH it again P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers Kalambagohan Sts., this year. Photography is Tel. # (08822) 727-829 * a way to promote our city Telefax # (088) 856-1947 fiesta activities and the city CAMIGUIN BRANCH B. Aranas St., Poblacion, Mambajao, itself. Many still don’t know Camiguin Tel. # (088) 387-0491 the other activities of our CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City city fiesta. The photo contest DIVISORIA hopefully will BRANCH change that. Atty. Erasmo B. Damasing Bldg., #61 Don A. St., Cagayan de Oro Cityhave MostVelezcity fiestas Tel. # (088) 857-3631 their own photo contests LAPASAN BRANCH to enhance Lapasan Hi-way, their Cagayan detourism Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-6739 growth. Hope we can sustain CARMEN BRANCH thisVamenta yearly.” Blvd., Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-2011 For more information visit the Oro Photographic Society facebook page.

CDO MAIN BRANCH P & J Lim Bldg., Tiano Brothers Kalambagohan Sts., Tel. # (08822) 727-829 * Telefax # (088) 856-1947

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LAPASAN BRANCH Lapasan Hi-way, Cagayan de Oro City Tel. # (088) 231-6739

CORRALES BRANCH Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City

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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--------------------------------------------------/

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: July 31, Aug. 7 & 14, 2015

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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