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Amadea is Ms CdeO 2013 by Irene Joy B. Dayo of The BWM Group of Newspapers

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madea Lucia Taperla Piatti of Barangay 15, Cagayan de Oro City won the crown of Miss CDO 2013 during the pageant’s coronation night held on August 24 at the Limketkai Atrium. She is 21 years old and a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management at Liceo de Cagayan University. In the pageant, top five candidates that include Piatti were given the same question which is “How do you describe a world-class Kagay-anon?” and here where this year’s Miss CDO visibly excelled. “As we all know, Cagayan is known to be the pride of white-water rafting. We have different tourist destinations that we could be proud over the whole world but one thing that we can truly be proud of are the qualities that the true Kagay-anon has,” she answered. She then continued her answer by enumerating the qualities she believed have made a world-class MISS CAGAYAN DE ORO. Candidate no. 5 Amadea Lucia Piatti reacts after Kagay-anon. AMADEA

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she won the Miss Cagayan de Oro 2013 title at the Limketkai Atrium in Cagayan de Oro on Aug. 24, 2013. Piatti, the 21-year old daughter of a Swiss painter and a Filipina hails from Camiguin, is a graduate of tourism management.

Zhonne C. Cabuenos, NMOM,Aldrtz Corp. and Kat D. Balongkit, MO, Aldrtz Corp. strike a pose with Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oscar Moreno during the recent XSCC MUST Fun Run, August 25, Cagayan de Oro city.

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“Gods” ArtShow is On at the Limketkai Mall CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY Misamis Oriental, August 25, 2013 –The LimketKai Mall is hosting an art exhibition of the three prolific painters in the arts industry in this city on August 29 to September 06, 2013. The exhibit is entitled “Gods” amplifying the presence of the supreme being as the Master Artist in the lives of the artists. The oeuvres on display depict into their canvas the power of creativity and imagination that are endowed by the Creator. “Gods” opened August 29, 2013 with the Cagayan de Oro Chamber of Commerce and Industries Inc. (COCCI) Executive Director Ms. Lordelie Enjambre who graced the show’s opening program. The exhibit is supported by the NCCA Visual Arts Committee as part of their offshoot activities in supporting the city fest celebration. Mr. Rhyan Casino, Mr. Christoper “Bo” Daclan and Ms. Marigold Cherie Ramos-Garrido showcase the “then and now” masterpieces acknowledging the omnipotence and omniscience of the Master Artist in their lives. On top of the display of our very own artists’ “obras”, an on-the-spot painting demonstration and art workshop will be shared by the fellow artists in the industry during the show.

THE ARTISTS. Christoper “Bo” Daclan, Marigold Cherie Ramos-Garrido and Rhyan Casino

Stories Straight From the Art by Xyla Mercedita E. Gualberto, Contributor

“Eagle, kasi nakakalipad siya at natatanaw niya lahat ng bagay. Gaya niya, gusto ko rin matanaw ang mundo”, says Cokie, a 15year old Sendong survivor, when asked what his life symbol is. Just like Cokie, most artists take inspiration from one's dreams and aspirations to create masterful art pieces. That is why Ms. Rosalie Zerrudo, facilitator of the Arts and Handicrafts, Environment and Art Workshop held at Xavier Ecoville on August 11 to 13, opens her sessions by encouraging her participants to share pieces of their life story among one another. “Your story is your legacy to the world,” she says -- a legacy worth sharing through art forms. The participants take pieces of scrap cloth to create artworks with the following themes: life before, during and after Sendong. As they stitch and cut, they share their individual experiences- some with a dose of drama, some with a punch of humor. A mother shares the tragic tale of losing her 8-year old daughter;

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another woman shares of her new found friends at an evacuation center. Lives intertwined. Individual stories made one. Meanwhile, the younger participants are making mandala artworks, a type of artwork expressing what is within a person and manifesting it outside, through communal and concrete artwork. As they share their life symbols to the group and make their mark in the mandala art, they get a better grip of the meaning of one’s life experiences -- such as that of Sendong and its relation to the environment. The children and youth now take organic materials and create pictures of birds, trees, mountains and people as they interpret an environmental story through their own artworks. The activity, called Kanta-Storya, speak of their relationship with Mother Earth and how human race can both be the destroyer and savior of the Earth’s existence. With what they have been through coupled with their inventive nature, they are able to create works

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of art that unleash their artistic skills and deepen their appreciation of the environment. Through the art workshop, they are able to share their community’s story – a story of environmental respect and healing. Every shape and color speaks of the community’s rich history, hopeful present and bright future. Through art, Cokie’s life story and those of the other participants can now f ly like an eagle. They can reach other communities and inspire people with their sense of hope and resilience. The art workshops are

initiated by the Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts (XCCA) through its program Sining Galing, a Xavier Ecoville Arts Program for the Youth. It is funded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) through its Cultural Education Committee's Bugkusan. Sining Galing will run from August to November this year. The program also offers recurring workshops on: cultural dance, children and teen’s theater, guitar, teen chorale, photography, visual arts and storytelling. ART

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Giant icons troops CDO September 2-8, 2013

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SAN AGUSTIN. A native of North Africa, Augustine of Hippo came to be known as the first Doctor of the Church. He was an intellectual who made the risky travel to Rome to look for bright students to teach. He found them there, but realized that their morals left much to be desired. He instead taught rhetoric in Milan. There, he converted to the news religion. He became famous for his prayer, "Lord, make me chaste, but not yet. He returned to North Africa after his mother died and stayed there for the rest of his life as one of the most eloquent philosophers of the Church. He was already a Bishop when he died in the Year of out Lord 430.

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s part of the educational fiesta set by this year’s fiesta committee, headed by Ms. Eileen San Juan, 18 giant icons were strolled in some parts of CDO during the Higalas Parade conducted on August 27, 2013, the day before the fiesta proper. These introduced icons represent those important cultural and religious figures that have been part of the city’s past and rich heritage. First two represented icons were the male and female Higaonons. They symbolize the original and first residents of the city and considered as forefathers of the city people. Next was Datu Salangsang. He is a Higaonon leader who ruled the river communities in which the city rooted from. There was also an icon of Augustinian Recollect Fray Agustin de San Pedro. Way back, he is the one who established the town now called Cagayan de Oro City. San Agustin’s icon followed. He is the first city doctor and the city’s patron saint. The icon of San Agustin’s mother, Santa Monica was also paraded. She is the patron saint of abused women. Icon of Birhen sa Cota, the defender in times of disaster and calamity, also graced the parade. Followed after the female icons was Tirso Neri, a revolutionary leader and the first mayor of Cagayan de Misamis, the city’s old name. He served as mayor during 1901-1903 and also the one who opened the streets of current Divisoria. Colonel Apolinar Velez’ icon was also displayed. In history, he led the Filipinos during the Battle of Makahambus that resulted in the victory of the Filipinos. Archbishop Santiago Hayes, SJ, followed Colonel Velez. He is a Jesuit who rebuilt the city of Cagayan de Oro after the World War II. Icons of Ronaldo Tiano, Nestor Tiano and Apollo Tiano were also exhibited. They fought the Japanese way back the old times and were considered as war heroes. They are also known as the Tiano Brothers. Next in line was the icon of Maximo Suniel, the last mayor when Cagayan de Oro is still a municipality and he is also the first city mayor. He served from year 1948 to 1953. The icon of country’s seventh vice president Emmanuel Pelaez was also paraded. He is known to be the public servant who authored the city charter. He also served the country from 1961-1965. Along with these icons, giant figures of the farmer and fisher folk of Cagayan de Oro were also exposed. They are considered as heroes who sustain and supply food for the city residents. Last paraded was the emblem of the City Tourism, the white-water rafter. This icon is the only contemporary figure displayed. It represents the city people’s resiliency over “Sendong” days. According to San Juan, this Higalas parade is one of the features of the Kagay-an Festival dubbed as Higalaay. The purpose of this is to relive in the mind of young city individuals and to typical residents as well about the old Cagayan de Oro and also the heroes who fought for the city. 78 contingents from different schools and offices in the city joined the parade. It started 7am at Rodelsa Circle, this city. It paused at the Kiosko Kagawasan for the presentation, and ended at the Limketkai East Canopy, in front of the East Concourse.

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SANTA MONICA. Santa Monica, mother of San Agustin, is a saint revered for her patience. A devout religious woman, she was given, through an arranged marriage, to a pagan who was ill-tempered and whose mother made life for the young wife a challenge. Santa Monica endured in her prayerful and acts of charity. Her two other children, a boy and a girl, entered the religious life. Even her husband and mother-in-law were eventually baptized. But it took 17 years before she was to convince her firstborn, Agustin, to become a Christian. She never ceased in her prayers and offerings. She is said to have shed tears for her son every night, prompting a bishop to tell her, "The son of those tears shall not perish." When San Agustin finally relented_after having female lovers and a son by one of them_and was baptized by St. Ambrose n Milan, she said that her soul was now at peace and that she was ready to die. She passed away afterwards.

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is my student. Aside from teaching the technicalities of singing another influence that I’m giving my students is setting myself as an example. Coming in on time for classes, to set a as an example that we have o respect each other’s time. At times I invite them to watch my public performances too, to let them take a glimpse of the realities of being a singer. Standing in front of people is not easy at first but it will become manageable in the long run. Helping them conquer their stage fears is also one of my challenges and my presence or preparing them in their different performances gives them the assurance that I support each of them. I am doing this because somehow I am also responsible for shaping up the next generation. Honestly speaking I wouldn’t want any kid to follow Miley Cyrus. Try to imagine if Miley was your sister, knees or perhaps your daughter. How would you feel looking at her performance during the VMA’s? When can you really say too much is too much? Cyndi Lauper even said in one of her interviews...”there’s no art in what Miley did”. We may have different views on her performance but the reality of the message will always be true ... PARENTS... you Jhave ULY the greater responsibility in influencing your child’s life. If you don’t influence now while your child is still younger it might be too late years from now. Talent is never enough as I have said many times in my previous write ups. Talent and right attitude is not even enough yet, “talent, skill, right attitude and having a good heart”, the complete package that a singer or any musician should aspire to acquire. “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6

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ew days ago during the fiesta celebration of our city, one of my students got invited to perform as front act for a telecommunications group promotion at a mall. The crowd was more than a thousand but this Seven year old girl stood up with confidence and sang her heart out .As the production director held her hand in cue for her to go up stage I felt the butterflies in my stomach as if I am the one going up there. This was not the first time seeing her up stage with a huge crowd but I can’t help myself to feel the tension. When she started singing and getting her high notes correctly then I started to loosen up and continued to observe her on stage. I couldn’t help but thank God for the confidence and endurance that He gave her despite having fever the past days. Although she had a rough preparation because of her health by God’s grace she was able to perform very well. I am not just amazed of her talent but more of the attitude she has even at a very young age. It is indeed a privilege to train a child whose passion keeps her moving even during tiring lessons and long rehearsals. Yes at times she doesn’t want to practice but her mom reminds her of her priorities. The mommy tells me she has to understand that becoming a good singer requires hard work and discipline. It doesn’t come automatic, no good musician become such without years of training and hard work. Some may say, she’s just a kid... yes she is but don’t you think it’s best to train while she is still young.Why? Its honing raw talent and discipline can be deeply inculcated in her. It just seems like yesterday when we started the training but looking at her now she’s growing up fast and soon I know somehow she will be on her own as a singer. I’m looking forward to that day when I can hear her somewhere and tell myself that

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The Art of Pressure “Someone’s breathing down my neck”, ever got that feeling? At one point in our lives, I guess we’ve all experienced this. Pressures are part of our lives – like it or not. Just like in sports, when it boils down to the closing seconds – and you need to take that shot, all pressure is on your shoulders. This can only go either way – you make it or break it. What takes that pressure off? It’s after you make that shot. Make it or break it – the pressure is off, making way for a new pressure. The best thing about pressure is when your brain keeps on working and cannot stop thinking, looking for an opening… an opportunity, looking for that perfect timing and balance, then you shoot.

Intr The famous shoe company tagline “Just Do It” has always been at the intima back of the minds of athletes and Your

even entrepreneurs and businessmen. Taking risks, ceasing the moment – and momentum. Family, friends and colleagues are good company in times of pressurer.–Rey D. Gal of h they help us keep thinking to get D our jobs done. Let’s all cherish the people around us (perhaps, our enemies even) and keep our heads up, maybe we can make this world a better place that way. Live Life, passionately!

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ast week, I discussed in capsule form inflammation of the pancreas leading to pancreatitis, particularly as related to alcohol intake. I forgot to mention that it became the topic of choice as, a week before that, a friend of mine related to me his neighbour having been admitted comatose and eventually never waking up from the deep slumber, with only a history of having indulged in a drinking binge hours before it happened. And guess what? The patient was only 25 years of age. No previous history of any illnesses or hospital admissions. The question in the minds of the family that begs to be answered, was, what could have caused the death of the patient? Was it pancreatitis or something else? I had no answer to them, for, if they had agreed to an autopsy, we would have found the answer. It is said that the dead teaches the living. It is only upon the study of the patient’s body after his/her demise that we can truly find the answers as to what happened. There are certain conditions that will require an autopsy in order to come out with a diagnosis that is beyond question. And, there are also deaths that we may not be able to totally explain. One such dilemma is that which is known as “Bangungot”. I remember that way back in 2002; this made headlines when a young actor died while on vacation. And his cause of death was said to be bangungot,

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also known in the Medical field as Sudden Unexpected Death Syndrome (SUDS) or Sudden Unexpected Nocturnal Syndrome (SUNDS). To others, this is even equated with acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis. But, recent studies have shown that, bangungot, has something to do with problems relating to a person’s heart rhythm. Newer terminologies are coined for this sudden death- there is the Brugada syndrome, as well as the QT Syndrome. Where, myths abound claiming that bangungot patients are visited by “ not like us “, causing a nightmare leading to one’s death, medical science has it that, this is a genetically inherited disorder affecting the cardiac ion channels , which in turn causes the arrhythmias ( or irregularities in the heart beat ). This could be the reason, why the patient sleeps through the night, never to wake up and see the sun again. It is not uncommon to hear that victims of this particular

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condition have had a history of having gone to bed after a full meal (which is usually carbohydrate rich), accompanied with alcohol intake. Males, in their 20’s to 40”s , healthy, with no previous history of illness, are commonly affected. It is said that in the Philippines, bangungot affects 43 /100,000 per year. Problem only, is the documentation on whether it is caused by acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis or if it is the ventricular arrhythmias, as it would have required an autopsy on the said cases. Are there preventive measures to ensure that one doesn’t fall into this? If we are to base it on the researches made, then, it would be to one’s best interest if, you are a male ages 20-40’s , to have a medical check up( an ECG and blood tests to include amylase and lipase ), more so, if one has a positive family history of one said to have died in his sleep. After a heavy meal to give your body at least 2 hours lag time prior to going to bed. This is consistent with what we know as good practice, allowing food to settle in and the blood flow to be redirected from the stomach back to the other organs of the body. Or, better still, take a light meal and avoid alcoholic binges especially during night time. Sleeping the night unafraid, hopeful for another brand new day when the morn comes, to do good not only for one ’s self, but for others too.

How Not to Go Viral on the Internet

he internet is rife with photos and videos of ordinary people going viral. While some of them have been catapulted to stardom and became overnight internet sensations, most have become subjects of ridicule and cyber bullying. The good news is, it could be you. And the bad news is, yes it could be you too. But first, let us clarify what going viral on the internet means. It's when a photo or video becomes immensely popular through constant sharing in social media, emails, and other sites. I'm pretty sure you have seen a few, and I bet you couldn't resist the urge to click like and share too. But what happens if you find yourself the object of the said (unwanted) attention? If it's going to bring you fame and fortune, why not, right? But if it's the other way around, then thanks but no thanks. Here's how to avoid being an online laughingstock or an object of internet ire and mockery. 1.Be careful what you post! Rule of thumb: If you think your mom is going to get disappointed (or worse, get a heart attack) when she sees that photo or video, better think twice before posting it. Anything you post in any social media can be grabbed, copied via screenshot or downloaded regardless of the privacy settings. So that godawful

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singing you posted as a joke, it could make the internet rounds quickly and could get you labeled a lot of hair-raising names. 2.Act like a civilized human being in public. If you suddenly had a strong urge to lash out in obscene levels of anger while in public, please, stop yourself. Anyone around you could be holding a smartphone and filming you as you go berserk. Before you know it, you've got a whole new Facebook page solely dedicated to bashing you. On the other hand, if somebody films you while doing something particularly remarkable, it could open a lot of doors for you too. (Remember the elevator girl and how she suddenly became the poster girl for being happy at work?) 3.Keep your passwords safe. Every now and then netizens erupt in fury over something

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someone was supposed to have said. Be it a degrading remark about Filipinos as a race or the Philippines as a country, these posts usually gets it to the top trends in Twitter. While some of those may have been actual sentiments of the account owner, several of them have been faked. So the people you were bashing could actually be innocent victims. Moral of the story, don't share your passwords and keep your social media accounts and emails safe. Otherwise, you could get crucified online and virtually burned at the stake by an angry mob of netizens for something you didn't actually do. 4.Put your best foot forward. Your online persona is simply a reflection of real-life you. Make sure to let the world see your best side. Avoid unnecessary rudeness, stupid remarks and below the belt comments. Your comment, just like any other kinds of post, could catapult you to Internet Monster status with just a simple screenshot. Remember, when it comes to the internet, not all kinds of publicity is good publicity. The worst kind could ruin a person's life. BUT – when used the right way, it could lead you to unprecedented levels of success too. Like any double-edged sword, use the internet wisely.

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Moreno, city officials join feast day Mass THOUSANDS of residents joined in the concelebrated Mass led by Archbishop Antonio Ledesma, Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales (Cardinal Emeritus) and 19 other bishops from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao as the city celebrated the feast of St. Augustine. City officials led by Mayor Oscar Moreno also attended the Mass including 2nd District Rep Rufus Rodriguez and Madame Arlene Moreno. In his homily, Cardinal Rosales expressed his happiness seeing the development of the city, its people and the church as it continues to

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receive more graces from God. According to Rosales, the city is now reaping and continuing to receive the graces and has emerged strong despite calamities and security threats in the city. “The fruits and harvest we enjoy are our links of the past,” Rosales said. Mayor Moreno also expressed his gratitude to Cardinal Rosales, Bishop Ledesma and other bishops for celebrating the Mass despite the tragedy that rocks the city recently. Meanwhile, the Mass was then followed by a fluvial procession

led by Archbishop Ledesma where 41 boats joined and flower offering and prayer of the dead was among the activities done during the procession. The procession ends and docks at Duaw Kagay-an Park with partners from Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro, Safer River, Life Saver Foundation Inc., MARINA, Philippine Coast Guard, PNP Maritime, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Oro Association of Rafters, Barangays of Cagayan de Oro, City Government of Cagayan de Oro and City Tourism Council. (CIO)

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KAGAY-ANONS and devotees join the concelebrated Mass at the St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral for the feast day of St. Augustine, August 28, 2013. (CIO Photo)

Turnover of Electric Patrol Motorcycle in Tablon

Congressman Rufus B. Rodriguez turns over one Electric Patrol Motorcycle to Barangay Chair Romeo Bacarro that will be used for responding and maintaining peace and order in the area. The electric motorcycle which is gasoline free, smoke free and noise free costs P35 thousand pesos taken from Cong. Rodriguez’ PDAF. Witnessing the turn over ceremony are City Councilors Enrico Salcedo of the Second District; Zaldy Ocon, Candy Darimbang and Roger Abaday of First District. Also in Photo are Barangay Kagawads Bobby Jacutin, Felix Wayan and Dilly Kit Auza, Angelo Pomar and Virgelio Agus.

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piece of land which they communally tilled. Their bayanihan was not the usual community farming, however. “Some of us would guard the area while some are working on the land. The military had also issued arms to those of us who have reached college level so we could serve as the frontline during the attacks.” From a communal lot where they cultivated corn, their bayanihan efforts have now expanded to include cash crops, the most successful of them their coffee plantations. Previously only promoted as a diversification crop, it is slowly replacing the community’s sugarcane plantations which the farmers have scaled down due to its high labor input and fluctuating price. With an income ranging from P60,000-P80,000 for a hectare of coffee trees, Mr. Dagohoy had been able to send all his children to good universities all over Mindanao. His eldest child has recently graduated from Management Accounting, another child already working as automotive mechanic in Cebu, one reviewing to take the board as an electrical engineer later this year. “I only have one child left in school who is taking up computer engineering,” he proudly said. The produce of the community primarily goes to Nestle Philippines, Inc. which has a buying station in Valencia and a coffee and milk factory in Cagayan de Oro City. The community,

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assistant manager of the café. “The lowest income we have is around P500. We earn a lot when we are contracted to serve during meetings of the LGU and other government units.” Although accepting from independent coffee sellers, Kape Maramag gets their regular supply from the barangays of La Roja, Bagong Silang, Panadtalan and Buya in Maramag. “The main reason for setting up this collaboration was to offer the coffee growers high buying prices comparable to the big companies such as Nestle,” Ms. Ngujo said. “The usual problem

of the farmers is that come harvest season, they have a lot of debts and their income could not make up for it since the buying price of the middle men is so low. It is also not economically viable for some of them to still go to Valencia or Cagayan de Oro to sell coffee because of the transportation expenses.” Kape Maramag has already sent coffee to Denmark, Canada, Australia and Singapore through personal connections and links established by the local government unit of Maramag.

Hand-picking ripe coffee beans; even if it is not yet the season for harvest, coffee growers need to remove the beans that have already ripened and check these for pests

A coffee grower delivering his harvest at Kape Maramag located at the Maramag bus station

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the Catholic Relief Services, and the Kaanib Foundation, Inc. and the local government unit was initiated to provide a more accessible market for the coffee farmers. Called Kape Maramag, a kiosk which doubles as a café and a roasting station was strategically set up at the bus terminal of the municipality. The kiosk is managed by members of the Rural Improvement Club of the municipality. A kilo of mixed blend goes for P300 while 50g P25. “Sometimes we could reach an income of P3,000 in a day,” said Nancy B. Ngujo,

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through the BMMPC, usually consolidates their harvest and sells in bulk to be able to get more incentives from the buyer and at the same time cut on the expenses of transporting individually. Grade 1 beans can range from P92.50 to P94.50, P10 higher if they sell it to middle men. In the first quarter of the year, they were able to sell 26 tons to Nestle. The company is now aiding the community to set up a nursery and provide them with technical expertise. Another coffee-growing community in Bukidnon which primarily sells to Nestle is Barangay Bagong Silang in the municipality of Maramag. “The income from coffee and sugarcane is more or less the same,” said Ceriaco C. Luminarias, a coffee-grower from Barangay Bagong Silang. “You need to replace sugarcane every after harvest. The coffee tree, on the other hand, is forever. As long as you maintain it so that it bears fruit and doesn’t die, you will earn from it periodically.” Luminarias has been a coffee grower since 1974. One hectare of his trees could yield up to 2,500 kilos. Once, the coffee peaked at the price of P115 per kilo. “I immediately bought a multicab that would be able to help me with the transportation of the coffee,” he said, adding that a big chunk of the family income relies on coffee trading. As a support to the growing coffee industry in Maramag, a local collaboration among the municipal cooperatives,

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It involves t he Xav ier University (XU) students, giving them an opportunity to reach out to the Sendong survivors by sharing their artistic talents and skills. These students, who are also official talents of the XCCA, help the community’s youth find their artistic side so they can creatively express their emotions and tell their stories to the world. The progra m a ims to provide the youth with a venue for healing through a r t t her apy, to de velop

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appreciation for culture and arts and to introduce them to possible livelihood ventures with their handmade products. Catch the Sining Galing showcase in the universitywide celebration of the XU Festival Days to take place in November. Come and enjoy the participants’ proud display of artistic spectacle and be a part of their colorful story as survivors. Xavier Ecoville is the XUled resettlement community for Sendong survivors in Brgy. Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City.

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NOEL SACAY Applicant/s

Case No; 2013-10-1353 2006-10-610

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Learning different body expressions in the teen theater workshop

An exercise for the life tapestry artwork

First that she said was being very hospitable. Kagay-anons offer the most beautiful smiles that none other has. She then supported it with an example based on her personal experience. According to her, his father is a foreigner but he fell in love with a Kagay-anon woman. Second set of attributes that she gave was the love for God, self-respect and the love for God’s creations. Kagay-anons respect the beautiful tourist destinations in Cagayan de Oro City and God-given creations which is the nature. Third quality was the resiliency. Piatti said that Kagay-anons have faced tough things lately and it was not Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

easy for all city people, yet they still remain stronger than ever. “With these qualities, we surely show to the world that it’s more fun in the Philippines and definitely much more fun in Cagayan de Oro City,” she concluded. In her candidate profile, Piatti claimed that she has a big dream of becoming the future Regional or National Director of the country’s Tourism Industry. Making the city and even the country the top tourist destinations of the world is what she visions and desires. The Miss CDO 2013 also bagged most of the special awards which include Miss Sanctuary Spa, Miss

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Hairscape Salon, Miss GMA Kapuso 2013, Best in Mags Casual Wear, Miss Rejuv Gensing Soap, Miss Myra 300E, Miss Flawlessly U, Darling of the Press and Best in Swimsuit. On the other hand, awards were also given to other top four candidates. Miss Tourism 2013 is Barangay Patag’s Kristia Jolina B. Alde (Candidate number 9), first runner up is Mary Mikaela C. Montalban (Candidate number 3) of Barangay Lapasan, second runner up is Keena Alyssa Prell Streegan Dacubor (Candidate number 1) of Barangay Canitoan and the third runner up is Mary Joy Obsioma (Candidate number 4) of Barangay Tablon.

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APPLICANT request authority for approval of extension of validity for certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line;Route2 LOOP Service from Cogon Market –Carmen Market-Liceo-Agora –LKKS and back to Cogon Market and vice versa with the use of one (1) unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of extension of validity for certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ DUAL service on the line;Cagayan de Oro City to Claveria and as for cargoes from said place to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority to extend the validity of certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ SERVICE on the line ;Malaybalay City to Kibawe –Valencia City –Maramag Don Carlos via Kadongilan and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE (5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 9th day of August, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension of validity for certificate of public convenience to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cogon Market –Iponan and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least TEN(10)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013.

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Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING AND REGULATORY BOARD Region X, Cagayan de Oro City

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VENUZ GO Applicant/s

CASE NO; 2013-10-1366

Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013. MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

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APPLICANT request authority to extend the validity of certificate of public convenience to operate GT Service on the line;Cagayan de Oro City to Camp Philips,Bukidnon and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for issuance of certificate of public convenience to operate TH FRIEGHT TRUCK service on the line;Cagayan de Oro City to any point in Region X accessible top motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 12th day of August, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority For approval of sale and transfer with extension and amendment of route of service to operate FILCAB service on the line ;Mambajao –Catarman –Benoni and vice versa with the use of one (1)unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013.

APPLICANT request authority for approval of sale and transfer with extension and amendment of route of service to operate PUJ service on the line ;Cogon Market to Indahag Habitat and vice versa with the use of one (1) unit/s. This application will be considered by this Board on August 22, 2013, 10;00 A.M. at its Office, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, on which date applicant shall formally submit his/her evidence. At least FIVE(5)days prior to the date of hearing applicant shall publish its notice once in one(1) DAILY newspaper of general circulation in Mindanao Island. Parties opposed to the granting of the application must file their written opposition with documentary evidence submitted by the parties; unless the Board deems it necessary to receive additional documentary and/or oral evidence to be submitted by the parties. N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION. WITNESS THE HONORABLE MANDANGAN P. DARIMBANG, CESO V, Regional Director, this 14th day of August, 2013.

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

CDOT August 19, 26, September 2, 2013

CDOT August 19, 26, September 2, 2013

CDOT August 19, 26, September 2, 2013

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CDOT August 19, 26, September 2, 2013

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MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

NOTICE OF HEARING

MARIANNE C. ULEP Records Officer/Acting Docket Officer

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