Volume XVII No. 5
10 January 2010
ARCHIVE OF ALL PUBLISHED BUDYONG
issue, Budyong completes 17 years of
"bringing news from home to Kalgaranons wherever they are." Here in the Philippines and abroad USA, Canada,
Spain, England, Italy, Guam, Australia, etc.
Originally a quarterly, it evolved, in 1996, into a
bimonthly publication published every other month. This issue was scheduled for 30 November; it is over a month late due to
the Christmas activities
and holidays. (On this page is a facsimile of the first page of the maiden issue of Budyong.)
After 17 years, and at age 86. your editor feels that someone younger with fresher ideas
should take over the editing and publishing of Budyong. If someone is interested in taking over
(unta) please contact Atty. Remigio Lauron in Carigara, or contact me directly. He or she can do
whatever he/she wants to do with
the publication. Change the name, change the publishing schedule, etc. basta sige gihapon an pagpadara han "news from home
to Kalgaranons wherever they are..."
(This issue was
scheduled to come out on Nov. 30, but our contributors went on Christmas vacation, so we are over a
month late. Still, as the saying
goes, Better late than never.)
was an occasion for several activities such as beach outings, out of town
get-togethers or reunions, parties. LGU-Carigara was not exempted from these happenings.
On December 16, 2009, a Christmas party for all municipal officials and employees,
PNP-Carigara, and the bureau of
Fire Protection Management staff and personnel was sponsored at Kan Gara
Gymnasium. Everyone fully enjoyed
the affair and had lots of fun as the night, was spiced with breathtaking and
exhilarating entertainment live band, dance contests, and fun games
organized by Mayor Anlie Go
The dance contests with participants from the various offices, with the theme "Kiddie
Christmas," generated much
fervor from the crowd as each presentor gave their level best performance with comical travesty.
Out of the 15 contestants, 3 were hailed winners:
I st Place - Rural Health Unit, headed by Dr. Bella Vega
2nd Place - PNP-Catigara, headed by Plnsp.Vicentito P.
3rd Place - Accounting Office, headed by Juliet R. Hanopol
Judges were Virginia P. Almenario, Ed. D. District Supervisor
of DepEd Carigara I District, as Chairman of the Board; members were Margarita
Junia, Dist. Engineer of the Dept.
of Public Works and Highways, 2nd Dist., Leyte; Julia Mereolita, Teacher in A.T.A. Memorial Central
School; Joeson Grabol, MAPE teacher at St. Theresa Educ'l. Leaming School;
and Atty. Fidelita Grapilon, Clerk
of Court, Carigara.
In her message, Hon. Trinidad Go Apostol, Congresswoman of
2nd District Leyte congratulated the participants for their well done
presentations. She hoped that the contest will be repeated next year. She sponsored some of the prizes for the
non-winners of the contest.
Mayor Anlie Go Apostol in her speech expressed her regrets that this was her last LGU party
as her term as Mayor of Carigara
is about to end. She said that she is about to venture to higher responsibilities for her dream is
to make history in Carigara, the town that she dearly loves. Likewise, she was thankful for
the help, love, and care that
everyone showed to her and her colleagues in the Local Government Unit. She further disclosed that she owed them
a debt and thanked them
for being the 'Stars in Her Life" in times of sorrows, pains, hardships, and happiness.
The affair ended with everyone dancing until late in the night.
. . " - which was organized by the late Ciriaco Lucente Sr. several years
ago elected a new set of officers
recently as follows:
Eduardo Makabenta Jr.
1st Vice-President: Newton
2nd Vice-President: Ciriaco
Treasurer: Leah Cumbis
Asst. Treasurer: Lily
Director: Perla Riel
Director: Jose Riel
The organization held its Christmas party on December 12,
2009 at the residence of its president in Talayan Village, Quezon City with ballroom dancing, sing-along and an exchange of
John Benford Petallana and Floribelle Ruby Permejo were
married on January 9, 2010. John is the son of Gualberto and Socorro Petallana
(nee Roncal), while Floiibelle is the daughter of Fernando and Marilyn
Luciano A. Marquez Jr. and Lissani L. Morales were married
on Oct. 3, 2009. Luciano is the son of Luciano Sr. and Vilma Marquez (nee
Himar), while Lissani is the daughter of Isagani and Alejandra Morales (nee
Dominador "Jun" Y. Ramos Jr., 66, 2 January 2010
Emellana A. Astorga, 73, 27 December 2009
Cecilia A. Cabase, 75. 26 December 2009
Aurora J. Tadefa, 77, 10 December 2009
Narido, 67, 4 October 2009
Ruel Guevara Tefloso,41, 27 September 2009
RieL 73, 23 September 2009
The foflowing members of PNP Carigara were promoted this
1. SPOI Eufracio D. Javines promoted to Police Inspector (P/INSP) thru lateral entry
2. From SPO I to SP02
I . SPO I Rafael B. Bemal
2. SPO I Sherwin Amando L. Machete
3. SPO I Evelyn Go Bemal
4. SPOI Alberto A. Parena
5. SPOI Remigio T. Combinido
6. SPOI Eufracio D. Javines
3. From SP02 to SP03
I . SP02 Anacleto F. Castroberde
2. SP02 Rolando M. Basallage
3. SP02 Nestor P. Dagalea
4. SP02 Salvador D. Obaob
5. SP02 Arnulfo S. Dollete
6. SP02 Jocelyn M. Opleda
7, SP02 Gary Zaldy L.Ligutan
1. Anita Esclamado 17
2. Emma B. Borja 45
Novels and Magazines
3. Dr. Bella V. Profetana Assorted
4. Remedios R. Molabola 21
5. Ma. Paz Makabenta 5
6. Sara Q. Caballes 2
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Quezon City 1104
Lord make me an instrument
of thy peace
where there is hatred, let me sow love where there is injury, pardonwhere there is doubt, faith where there is despair, hopewhere there is darkness, light
where there is sadness, joy.
Lord grant that
I may not so much
seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand,
to be loved as to love,
for it is in giving that we receive;
it is in pardoning
that we are pardoned,
it is in dying that we are
to eternal life.
puzzle their brain,With grammar, and nonsense, and learning.
Good liquor, I stoutly maintain
a better discerning. - Oliver
Devotion to the Santo
Nino in the Philippines (the beginnings ......)
When Ferdinand Magellan gave that small wooden carving to a Cebuana
in 1521 as a
memento of her conversion to the
Catholic Faith, little did he
realize what returns the gift would bring.
If the mass in Limasawa was the spark that lit the fires of Christianity in the
Philippines, it was the Santo Nino,
represented by a small image which
Magellan gave to the queen of Rajah
Humabon, which may have nurtured and kept the Faith alive, especially during the forty four long
years between the hasty departure of Magellan's men and the return of the Spanish conquistadores in 1565 led by
Lopez de Legaspi. When Legaspi stormed
and occupied Cebu, his men found
among the embers of a house a
miraculously unburned wooden image of the Sto. Nino. Some believed that the image was the same one given by Magellan
Rajah Humabon's queen. True or
not, Legaspi considered the find a good omen. The Cebuanos have attached great significance to the
event and to this day celebrate
the finding of the image.
Why Magellan chose to give Rajah Humabon's queen an image of
the Child Jesus and not that of an
adult Jesus, we will never know, but
the choice was propitious because it presented to the new converts the image of
an all-powerful God who could also be a gentle, innocent child. And Filipinos adore and dote on their children. The Filipino's
of family planning, before small
families became the policy and the
fashion, was to plan for a big family. The more children, the more blessed the union. It is not uncommon to hear
friends greeting newly-weds, a few
months after the honeymoon,
"Waray pa?", meaning, "Not pregnant yet' And the couple
themselves begin to worry when
after a year of marriage, no child
has blessed the union.
For the Filipinos, fond of children as they are, devotion to the Child Jesus has
become almost a national passion.
The many miracles attributed to
the Child have increased the number of devotees even more.
When and how was the devotion to the Sto. Nino introduced to Tacloban?
to be no record of this, but the
poet Illuminado Lucente, in his
writings, says that the Sto. Nino had been the patron saint of Tacloban as early as 1739. Although the account of early
missionaries, who had evangelized
Samar and Leyte, do not mention Tacloban, it is conceivable that they introduced the devotion to the Child Jesus through Basey,
Samar of which Tacloban was a barrio at that time. Tacloban then was known as
There are features in the celebration of
the Feast of the Sto. Nino in Tacloban which
sets it apart from the celebration
elsewhere in the country. The Balyuan (exchange), the fluvial parade which precedes the procession through
the town, and the celebration in
June (elsewhere the Feast is celebrated in January).
The Balyuan re-enacts the exchange of Sto. Nino images between Kankabatok and Buscada, another
barrio of Basey, which had
acquired, by donation, a much
bigger and more beautiful image
than that of Kamkabatok. The parish priest of Basey, who must have had great powers of persuasion,
convinced the people of Buscada to give their newer and better-looking image to Kamkabatok. To this
day, the image from Buscada occupies the main altar of the church in Tacloban.
The fluvial parade is a flashback to the year 1889. Very elaborate plans
had been made
for the fiesta celebration that
year and it was decided that the
image be sent to Manila for retouching and new vestments. The boat carrying the image back to Tacloban however
caught fire at sea between Mindoro and Romblon on January 15, 1889. To save the
ship, the crew threw the ship's cargo
overboard including the crate containing the image of the Sto. Nino. Providentially, the heavy
crate did not sink. Four months
later, in May, the crate was salvaged off the coast of Semirara in Mindoro. Informed
of the "find" a group immediately went to Semirara on a chartered
boat the "Consuelo" to fetch the image. The Consuelo docked at Panalaron, Tacloban
on June 30, 1889.
time, Tacloban and other towns in Leyte, were in the
throes of a cholera epidemic that
had already claimed many lives.
Such was the faith of the townspeople in the Sto. Nino that when they heard that the lost image
was due to arrive, they flocked to
the waterfront, men and women, the young and the aged, the able and the sick; they "filled the road from
Panalaron to the church Afterwards,
shawls, handkerchiefs, blankets of the sick who had become well were found on
the streets, and that day the
cholera epidemic seemed to have been checked by the power of the Sto. Nino."
To commemorate and re-enact the arrival of the recovered image
the fluvial parade is held every
year, preceding the procession, and the date of the celebration was moved from
the third Sunday of January to
June 30. As the devotion to the
Sto. Nino became province-wide, Msgr. Teotimo Pacis, then Bishop of Palo, signed a decree on June
1, 1967 making the Santo Nino the patron saint of Leyte, comprising the
territory of the Diocese of Palo.
(The preceding article
is a reprint of the piece I wrote for the Souvenir Program for the Tacloban fiesta on June 30, 1980
when Ferdinand (Bongbong) Marcos
Jr. was the Hermano Mayor. --etm)
In response to the call of DepEd Region 8
for assistance to
the victims of typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng, for used clothing, the teachers and school heads of Carigara II District pitched
in. They gave not
only their used clothing but new
ones as well, with some blankets.
Mrs. Victoria Quidlat included her
nice big bag with her donation of
Mrs Berrnardita C. Nivera, District Supervisor
of Carigara II,
with Mrs. Jovena Tadefa, President
of Carigara II Teachers League,
Mr. Randy Capalar, and Mr. Alan
Alob went to Tacloban on November
6, 2009 in the multicab of Mrs. Chanda E. Florendo which was fully loaded with
22 big sacks of used clothing,
After the Regional Office referred them to
PAG-IBIG where they
could give the items, PAG-IBIG again referred them to SAGIP KAPAMILYA ABS CBN since
the former had already sent to Manila their last shipment, the group found themselves facing the
camera of a TV station for an interview on their charity work. Then they were asked to go up to the 4th floor of
the building where they were
introduced to the station manager who profusely thanked them for their
The following day, friends started congratulating
for being featured in the local TV station. This was a surprise to us. The
personnel of the district were happy to share their blessings with the typhoon victims of Luzon. They really commiserated
with them with
their suffering. What they didn't
expect was that their kindness would be reciprocated by an acknowledgment no
less by the ABS CBN on their big screens.
A live-in Roll-Out Training on Accelerated
Program to Promote Good Nutrition was conducted on Nov. 23-27, 2009 at Hapuroy
Beach Restaurant in Brgy. Nauguisan. The program was primarily sponsored by the
National Nutrition Council which aims to improve the food and nutrition
knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Filipino families. In "Promoting Good
Nutrition," the component includes the following topics: Infant and Young
Child Feeding; Pabasa sa Nutrisyon, and Orientation on the Nutritional
Guidelines for Filipinos, and the promotion of eggs and vegetables in their
Implementers of the training were headed by
Maria Belinda P.
Alberca, Mun. Population Officer/Mun. Nutrition Action Officer; Dr. Ma. Bella Vega Profetana, Mun. Health Officer;
Ms. Erlinda P. Obaob, Public
Health Nurse; and Sarah Jane
Ramos, a Midwife. Participants of the training were Barangay Nutrition Scholars, Barangay Health Workers, Mother-Leaders,
and rural Health
Midwives assigned in the area. All
were taken from the 3 pilot barangays, namely, East Guindapunan, Upper Sogod, and West Visoria.
With the support of Mun. Mayor Apostol and
the councils from the 3 pilot barangay, the training
Reported by Maria Belinda P. Alberca
1. Gutiay pa
nga bata inataman ni Nanay
kinakarigusan og binabanyusan
balatian bantad an panimalay,
kadasig anak nga bulahan.
iya mga kinahanglanon
ngatanan an bata maginalinainpuson
rahol og kasina bisan mga rahol hira
matuman an mga inop nira.
3. Dako nga
sabot an pagpaescuela
hibaro og kabubuwason niya.
ha escuelahan ha ngatan nga adlaw.
mahagawas ha kataragman mabikyaw.
4. Nabuhat an
Nanay pag-andam hin pagkaon og balon
hin dahon, cellophane og tupperware
panyo upod in usa nga togon
matadong an maupay ipasuber.
5. Lakat han
panahon anak nagsisiguro
nga grado hiya nagpasigue
kagarastuhan permi areglado
propesyon aber pa malibre.
6. Daraga na
hi lday og hiya nabarkada na
hiya nadadara og naentra
Pag iba nga
buhat iya kinakarawat
Basi la ha
katitirok hiya maaghat.
hiya han iya propesyon
kag-anak og mga kabugtoan
tuig ha trabaho nagpadayon
matadong para ha ngatanan.
8. Dalagan han panahon inmabot an pangidaron
para ha kabubuwasan
Naghatag hin hemplo ha mga tidaraon
Pagpadagko han mga anak amo an buhaton ta.
9. Ay adlaw
balik na gad anay con mahihimo
lubos han pagkabata ko
problema ha pagkaon, pagpanapton o bisan ano
Tatay ngatanan areglado.
panginahanglan ha balay akon yana sinasakmomo
mga guinbuhat han akon kag-anak
kasugaran problema nga dako
ngani panahon an lawas pagrayhak.
11. An tawo
kon may ada na pangidaron tubtob nala
kalipayan o katatawa aton panumdom.
naglabay daw kakulop pala
nala sangkay diri na kita mabalik kabata.
12. Ma kusog
nga panhunahuna an lawas waray na
balik gad anay bisan diri maiha
sa Diyos manggad pa han sala
impiyerno ha langit madara.
Louie C. De
Bar. Sur ES
Days and years swiftly
come and go
Life on earth you can never
Treat everyone with fairness and love
For man's true wealth is the good he does.
Life so they say, is like a game
You may lose or sometimes
Some pleasant things are sure to bring
For what counts most is the use we make of them.
All things are passing, in this world of fame
Service is given,
in return for nothing.
For when good men died, what is left behind
A memento of his goodness printed in the Sands of Time.
If you are at the
top, never look down
At people who are less blessed, on this earthly crown.
Never turn your back, but do
what you can
To ease them of the burden, and help them to mount.
Do everything to gladden everyone
Touch their hearts with words that will never
Fill every minute worth a million run
For joy will never be sweet if you break one's heart'
Be fair to everyone, show them you care
Never be proud for
Just stay humble, don't forget that everything on earth
Are only passing and goods are
the ones remembered.
If you are great and feeling you are on top of the world
Because of wealth, fame, glory, honor, and position.
Never let it rule
your life, for it will put you in question
Here on earth and when you reach God's throne.
The greatest happiness and true sweetness
In our existence in this world,
If we live a life for others,
for nothing really belongs to you
So reach out, share, smile and live without regrets.
It is then you can say, you have lived a Wonderful
Mrs. Pet P. Arguelles
MT-1, Tagak Elem. School
Carigara H District
To support the National goal of attaining
100% Voluntary Blood
Donation in the Philippines in 2010 under the National Voluntary Blood Service
Program (NVBSP) of the government, LGU Carigara, headed by Mayor Anlie Go
Apostol, in coordination with the Dept. of Health. Region VIII, thru its representative Ms. Emma G. Lauron, SB
Member Joenlee C. Larraga, Chairperson of the Committee on Health, and the RHU
staff, conducted s a meeting on the Advocacy of HTV Prevention, Healthy Lifestyle,
and Voluntary Blood Donations to all Brgy. Kagawads, Chairman, Committee on
Health, Brgy. Health Workers (BRWS)
and RFW staff including volunteer nurses on November 6, 2009 at the Municipal Building.
Main objectives of
the meeting were:
1) Create Barangay Voluntary Blood Donor Recruitment
2) Assist in the attainment of the Millenium Development goal
of lowering the maternal mortality ratio through the provision of safe and adequate blood supply;
3) Promote and
encourage voluntary blood donations by the citizens and to instill public consciousness of the principle that blood donations
are humanitarian acts,
4) Provide adequate, safe, and affordable and equitable distribution of blood and blood products.
The discussant, MT. Roland Gorgonia, a Medical Technologist
and Regional Voluntary Blood Donor Recruitment Officer, emphasized the
importance of donating blood for it "Saves Life" and donors will be
screened for HIV/AIDS, BEPA B,
and Diabetes for free.
Further, he stressed that this program will discourage commercial blood banks nationwide and
donating blood to inpatients will
no longer be entertained in hospitals instead during Mass Blood Donation Services Programs held in their respective
The blood donation will be deposited in the blood bank at
Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center (EVRMC), Tacloban City to provide
adequate blood supply to patients in an easier and more convenient way.
The activity ended up with the pronouncement of the participants as Brgy. Voluntary Blood
Donor Recruitment Officers who are partners in mobilizing all the sectors of
the community to participate in the mechanism for voluntary and nonprofit
collection of blood.
The LGU-Carigara targets 1% of the municipality's total
population to donate blood within this year.
Congratulations to the following Secondary
of the Carigara National High School who won during the Leyte Provincial Meet
held at Isabel, Leyte last December 9-12, 2009:
Nedic, Joseph (Gold)
Plasnillo, Andrew (Gold)
Delis, Joshua (Silver)
Coach: Mr. Ricky Parena
Tagpis, Mary Joy (Gold)
Venturina, Queenilyn (Gold)
Dionaido, Amabelle (Gold)
Llaneta, Rizza Jane (Gold)
Codera Jamaica (Gold)
1. Jonel Rendora (Gold)
Coach: Ma. Gladys F. Apilado
1. Nasinopa, Nick (Gold)
Coach: Mr. Manuel Peruda
The winners will represent Leyte in the forthcoming EVRAA
Meet 2010 at Tacloban City. In the ARNIS event, the athletes of Carigara
National High School which belongs
to the Area II delegation was the champion
among other delegations of Area I, Area III, Area IV, Area V, and Baybay District.
The success of the Carigara National High School for standing out in this big event was attributed
to the athletes and their parents,
teachers, coaches, school
principal, Mr. Nino Angelo Mendoza, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ferreras, Head Teacher
III from Carigara National High School.
Jingles (H) 1st Carigara II CS
2nd Guindapunan ES
3rd Binibihan ES
1st Carigara II CS
2nd Guindapunan ES
3rd Tagak ES
1st Mariel Tizon
Pontilan Hermenigilda Armstrong
3rd Jexean David
1st Carigara 11 CS
2nd Tagak ES
3rd Camansi ES
1st Glynis Raftin
Modequillo Agapito Hidalgo Jr.
3rd Shanina Kyle
Tanginan Evelia Macalinao
Grade I 1st Karylle
Miralles Cherrie Rose Ronquillo
2nd Jeanne Rose
3rd Joy Cailega
Grade II 1st
Gyle Basallage Ester Nivera
2nd Danna Mae
Grade III 1st
Chloe Ann Edusma Syra Cabaltera
2nd Elida Narido
3rd Bea Parena
Grade IV 1st
Alyssa Dadacay Dolores Dionaldo
2nd Rovic Brun
3rd Jade Reyes
Grade V 1st
Jesusa Mary Avila Benilda Urmeneta
2nd Christine Jane Nival
Grade VI 1st
Kim Nardo Ramos Agapito Hidalgo Jr.
2nd Marife Quebec
3rd Rosemarie Canasta Janet
A group of bonafide Carigaranos established a new
cooperative officially named San
Lorenzo de Carigara Development Cooperative acronymed SLRCDC, under the patronage
of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the first Filipino saint.
Tracing its origin to thirty original member cooperators
from Carigara, Leyte, it operates under the management of a 7-Man Board of
Directors headed by a chairperson with the services of special committees
rooted out from its members.
Board of Directors:
Chairperson- Gloria C. Aguilar;
Vice- Chair-- Damiana C. Makabenta;
Directors---- Thelma R. Remedi,
Rosario I. Clores,
President and Gen. Manager--- Teresita L. Dy;
Secretary---- Leonor R. Reamillo;
Treasurer---- Felicidad C. Cera;
Bookkeeper--- Vicenta S. Lim;
Consultant----- Lino J. Obana.
Recognized by the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)
after its registration in May 4, 2009 with Registration No. TAC 3398, it serves
the community in coordination with San Lorenzo Ruiz Confradia, originated by a core group, teachers
of Carigara B Central School.
Now on its second year of operation, it envisions primarily to
improve the quality of life of its members, their families, and the whole community
in various aspects
of human development social, political, religious, and economic, among others, as
embodied in its Vision Statement of
the religious nature.
Initially, SLRCDC focuses on two of its 'major programs in
agenda--Lending and the Consumer
Store Operation serving at the
lowest interest rate. it is proud to have Mr. Lino J. Obana as its consultant,
Carigara-on, at present the President and Gen. Manager of Abucay Multipurpose Cooperative (AMPC)
in Bataan, one of the country's
Benefiting from the multifarious experiences of Mr. Obana as
the Chairman of Cooperative Union of the Philippines, Founding Chairman of
Bataan Cooperative Bank, and currently the President of the Bataan Hotel and Restaurant Owners Association,
SLRCDC hopes to make a difference in Carigara. With an authorized capital of
PI.2 M, it has subscribed to a P300,000.00 capital and committed itself to offer the community opportunities
for a better life to cope with the
challenges of the times.
As a growing COOP governed by Policies and Standards
stipulated in its Constitution and By-Laws, it purports to embrace
Carigaran-ons here and elsewhere.
SLRCDC Hotlines: Call 331-1118 Txt 09185921957
Leonor R. Reamillo, HCCC Faculty
Guindapunan East and West Fiesta celebration is definitely one of the most
extravagant events of the year in Carigara. Everyone could feel the excitement
of the event , which was inspired by jolly and fun-filled activities.
Guindapunan, the occasion kicked off with a Basketball Tournament held from Sept.
18-21, 2009, sponsored by the Sangguniang Kabataan. Then a Singing Contest was
held on Sept. 22 wherein one of the donors of the major prizes was former Pres. Legal Adviser
Sergio A. F. Apostol. The winners in the Singing Contest were:
Ist Place Jakeson Bacong (San Mateo, Carigara)
2nd Place Babeth
Dapiton (Ponong, Carigara)
3rd Place Ric Daug (Barugohay Central)
enthralling activity was the Doble Kara Contest held on Sept. 23, an open
contest with participants from different towns. The winners were:
1st Place Erickson Briones
2nd Place Marlon Navares
3rd Place Ray Rosal
Guindapunan West, the celebration opened with a short program wherein Brgy.
Chairman Clarence P. Novilla Sr. gave his opening remarks. It was limelighted
with the inauguration of the "Streetlight Project and the induction of the
Day Care Parents Committee Officers.
occasion were Hon. Carlos Jericbo L. Petilla, Governor of Leyte. Hon. Anlie Go
Apostol, Municipal Mayor of Carigara. Hon. Trinidad Go Apostol, Congresswoman
2nd District Leyte.
1. MCWD 7. LEYECO
2. DPWTH 8.
3. CARIGARA I 9. CSF &
4. CARIGARA B 10. CNHS & ANNEX
5. EVSU 11. HCCC
6. CDH 12.
8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. MCWD vs DPWH (B &
9:30 &m.-11:00 a.m. Carigara I vs Carigara II (B&G)
11:00 am.- 12:30 p.m.
EVSU vs CDH (B & G)
1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. LEYECO vs Fire/Police/Jail (B & G)
2:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
CSF & Annex vs CNHS & Annex
4:00 pm.-5:30 p.m. HCCC vs Court Employees (B&G)
800 a.m.-9:30 a.m. HCCC vs Court Employees (B&G) (Single & Double)
9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
CSF & Annex vs CNHS
11:00 am.- 12:00 noon LEYECO vs Fire/Police/Jail (B&G)
(Single & Double)
1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. EVSU vs CDH (B&G) (Single & Double)
p.m Carigara I s Carigara II (B&G) (Single & Double)
4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. HCCC vs DPWU (B&G)
Jan. 18, 2010, Monday
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Blood
Letting (Rural Health Unit)
Jan. 19, 2010,
800 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Icot
Caravan (Kan Gara Gym)
Jan. 20-22, 2010,
Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday
Job Fair, Passporting, NSO & NBI services
(LGU Roof Deck)
Jan. 22, 2010, Friday
6:00 p.m. Zarzuela
Jan. 23, 2010, Saturday,
Championship, Badminton Game.
8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon Badminton
1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
(Kan Gara Gym)
Jan. 24, 2010, Sunday
8:00 am.-12:00 noon Volleyball
1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Jan. 25, 2010, Monday (LGU Grounds)
8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Float Parade and
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Awarding of Float and Presentation
They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder,
How foolishly depraved can they
Beauty is a reason for
Whether or not it solicits
Or it is left to bloom for itself.
The human intervention of what naturally is beautiful.
Is the greatest of all human
Why interfere with what
is naturally an aesthetic thing
By artificial human
When what bad been placed in the work of God?
God is the ultimate beauty.
Therefore, what He created is
Native beauty can never be replaced by
Human trickery or artificial
For God's omnipotence is impossibly replaceable.
Leave beauty to itself and if by chance
You want to own it or be part of
Think God and that power divine
Is yours to enjoy no encumbrances
Pat Q. Macabenta
NEXT FIESTA WILL BE IN CHICAGO
JULY 11, 2010
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