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We thank God for his goodness to his daughter Rubi Olaguer of Taloao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte that she is now in Reyadh Saudi Arabia as new OFW.
This is an effort of the support of Bakas ng Kahapon every sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m. program over DXJM 756 Khz via livestream www.livestream.com/butuan.
Mrs. Olague is an active listener and once her daughter as scholar of Heedfulness Mission for Prosperity Church, Inc. Buenavista Mission, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, Philippines. We will pray that God will always protect and she will focus her work for the upliftment of the living condition of the family.
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Founder of OFW Family Club
Las Pinas, Metro Manila
Roy Villareal Señeres, known to friends and acquaintances as “Amba”,
was born in Mambusao Capiz on July 6, 19 47,
the third of five children.
His father, Federico L. Señeres, was a World War II soldier, with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. His mother, Lourdes Bayot Villareal, was a cousin of Speaker Cornelio T. Villareal and COMELEC Commissioner Flores M. Bayot.
After passing the bar exams in 1971,
at the age of 25, he practiced law for a while, and he later on joined the Department of Labor and Employment, initially as Hearing Officer I, where he rapidly rose from the ranks by becoming a Regional Director
the age of 26, Executive Labor Arbiter at the NLRC, with rank of RTC Judge
at the age of 28 and as Labor Attaché, with the rank of Consul General,
at the age of 33, and eventually as Ambassador Extraordinary Plenipotentiary to the United Arab Emirates at the age of 45. In June 2000,
at the age of 53, he was appointed by President Joseph Estrada as the Chairman of the National Labor Relations Commission with the rank of Cabinet Secretary, the youngest ever appointed to the position.
Roy V. Señeres has had a checkered life as diplomat, lawyer, political analyst, rebel (at least according to the previous administration), devout Catholic, economic nationalist, friend of Overseas Filipino Workers.
And now, entrepreneur.
He heads Our Father’s Coffee Corporation ([email protected]). And its main product is Kape ni Amba, a premium herbal coffee which includes Stevia plant powder, mangosteen, malunggay, grape seed, the aphrodisiac Tongkat Ali, and Gotu Kola (said to improve the memory).
From 1983 to 1989, Señeres served as Labor Attache of the Philippine Embassy in the United Arab Emirates. And he and his family (“four boys, two girls and of course only one wife”) provided comfort and shelter to housemaids exploited and abused by their employers.
Later he was transferred to Washington DC and by 1994 became an ambassador. Then President Fidel V. Ramos appointed him to serve—again in the UAE.
The Macapagal-Arroyo Administration found him still Chair of the National Labor Relations Commission (previously appointed there by President Joseph Estrada). But in 2005 he resigned “because I did not want to be part of the illegitimate and overly corrupt Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Administration.”
Señeres joined organizations demanding that Arroyo resign, and for his activities was slapped with twin charges of inciting to sedition and rebellion. He will not seek or accept amnesty because for him the charges are “badges of honor.”
His years abroad and his experience with OFWs underscored the fact that “the causes of the Filipino diaspora—ten million abroad—are lack of livelihood, lack of jobs in the country. So by selling coffee I can contribute in my own small way to the generation of employment, especially in the farms.”
As he points out: “If you sell Philippine coffee you provide employment and livelihood to coffee farmers. And if you sell coffee in sachet form you provide employment in the production of instant coffee.”
His firm markets only coffee produced in the country, in places like Bukidnon, Mendez, Cavite and Batangas.
For the ambassador-turned-entrepreneur, “If you buy imported coffee, you help the farmers in those countries earn a living. So why not help our own (farmers) by selling their coffee? Every time you buy Philippine coffee, or Philippine items for that matter, money circulates in our economy.”
As for Kape ni Amba, “the demand has gone up and we now sell on a case-to-case basis to friends; it’s direct selling.”
These friends or dealers are returning OFWs and members of the family-runOFWFamily Club (tel. 5267522) in Pasay City. Its President is Roy Señeres Jr.
Everything was going fine. There were even orders from abroad. Thecorporation returned a margin of profit, and then a monkey wrench was throwninto the marketing operations. And things came to a halt.
Señeres learned that syndicates (“con artists, crooked racketeers”) wereengaging in multilevel pyramiding, buying in bulk and promising the dealersexorbitant profits. An investigation was made, and warrants of arrest areexpected to be issued. One alleged racketeer is based in Hong Kong.
The marketing operations are expected to normalize soon (“a matter ofweeks”), but the boxes will carry this warning label: “These boxes should notbe sold on a multilevel system but only by direct selling.”
Señeres concludes: “Our motivation is not just to generate profits, but tohelp our economy and be an example of entrepreneurship that patronizesPhilippine products.”
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nationals from countries listed below who are traveling to the philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter without visas fdor a stay not exceeding 21 days.
provided, tyhey hold valid tickers for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination and their passports valid for a period of at least 6 months beyond the contmplated period of stay.
However, Immigration Officers at ports of entry may exercise their discretion to admit holders of passports valid for at leasty 60 days beyond the intended period of stay.
andorra, angola, antigua & barbuda, argentina, australia, austria, bahamas, bahrain, barbados, belgium, benin, bhutan, bolivia, botswana, brazil, brunei darussalam, bulguria, burkina faso, burundi, cambodia, cameron, canada, cape verde, central african republic, chad, chile, colombia, comoros, congo, costa rica, cote d'lvoiere, cyprus, czech republic, democratic republic of the congo, denmark, djibouti, dominica, dominican republic, ecuador, el salvador, equatorial guinea, eritrea, estonia, ethiopia, fijio, finland, france, gabon, gambia, germany, ghana, gibraltar, greece, grenada, guatemala, guinea, guinea bissau, guyana, haiti, honduras, hungary, iceland, israel, italy, jamnaica, japan, kenya, kiribati, kuwait, lao people's democracvtic republic, latvia, lesotho, liberia, liechtenstein, lithuaniua, luxembourg, madagascar, malawi, malaysia, maldives, mali, malta, marshall island, mauritania, mauritis, mexico, micronesia, monaco, mongolia, morocco, mozambique, myanmar, namibia, nepal, netherlands, new zelanad, nicaragua, niger, norway, oman, palau,. panama, papua new guinea, paraguay, peru, poland, portugal, qatar, republic of korea, romania, russia, rwanda, saint kitts and nevis, sanit lucia, sant vincent and the grenadines, samoa, san marino, sao tome and principe, saudi arabia, senegal, seychelles, singapore, slovakia, slovenia, solomon islands, somalia, south africa, spain, suriname, swaziland, sweden, switzerland, thailand, togo, trinidad and tobago, tunjisia, turkey, tuvalu, uganda, united arav emirates, united kingdom of great britain& northern ireland, united republic of tanzania, united states of america, uruguay, venezuela, zambia, zimbabwe
the following are allowed to enter the Philippines wiihtout visas for a stay of not exceeding 59 days.
1. holder of Brazil pasports
2. Holder of Israel passports
The folloiwng are are allowed to enter the philippinesd without a visas for a stay not exceeding 7 days
1. holders of hongkong special administrative (SAR) pasports
2. holders of british national overseas (BNO) passports
3. holders of portuguese passport isue in macao
4. holders of macao special administrtive region (SAR) passports
nationals who are subjects of deportation/blacklists orders of the Dept. and the Bureau of Immigration shall not be admitted to the Philippines. ....www.dfa.gov.ph
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nationals from countries listed below who are traveling to the philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter without visas fdor a stay not exceeding 21 days. provided, tyhey hold valid tickers for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination and their passports valid for a period of at least 6 months beyond the contmplated period of stay. However, Immigration Officers at ports of entry may exercise their discretion to admit holders of passports valid for at leasty 60 days beyond the intended period of stay.
andorra, angola, antigua & barbuda, argentina, australia, austria, bahamas, bahrain, barbados, belgium, benin, bhutan, bolivia, botswana, brazil, brunei darussalam, bulguria, burkina faso, burundi, cambodia, cameron, canada, cape verde, central african republic, chad, chile, colombia, comoros, congo, costa rica, cote d'lvoiere, cyprus, czech republic, democratic republic of the congo, denmark, djibouti, dominica, dominican republic, ecuador, el salvador, equatorial guinea, eritrea,
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Buenavista Civilian Leaders Against Crime Association (BCLAC) Affiliated of: Heedfulness Mission for Prosperity Church, Inc.SEC Reg. CN200903908 c/o PNP-BMPS or M. Calo cor. Cinco St., Barangay 6, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte E-Mail: [email protected] Web: www.hmpchurchphils.webs.com
Manuscript for the presence at the Committee of the Whole 9) a.m., Dec. 12, 2011, SB Session Hall Headed by: SB Eduardo P. Makiling Chairman, Committee on Education, Health, Human Rights, Good Government & Public Ethics HON. EDUARDO P. MAKILING Chairman, Committee on Education, Health, Human Rights, Good Government & Public Ethics All Members of the Committee, All resource speakers to this issue regarding the verbal complaint against our Internet Operators. The Buenavista Civilian Leaders Against Crime Association (BCLAC) is happy to be here as we firmly acknowledge the goodness of our Sangguniang Bayan members headed by our Hon. Vice Mayor Ramon AG Bungabong for giving action. BCLAC has a PNOY program in our locality not for destructive criticism but for voluntarism efforts of productivity. BCLAC PNOY PROGRAM MEANS: Positioning - BCLAC as frontline leaders of information in barangay. As our belief the important thing to fight against criminality in the locality. (We have a balance column at the Buena Monitor) No matter - how hard to have a program without resources of BLAC but the importance is sincerity of service, non-political, non-cultural, non-sectoral & non-denominational. (We rendered mutual program, medical mission, children feeding program, blood letting, etc.) Operational - the government programs and project may be extended to BCLAC by helping people to develop a self propagating & self reliance organization in the Locality. (Initially we organized Sacol Small Fishermen Assn, Sacol; Shekinah Assn. Brgy. 2 and registered as Rural Workers at DOLE) Yearning - to BCLAC extend information of good governance to all by creating mentors who can lectures on Moral Recovery Program to all, especially to the unreached individual? (Now a Regular at PNP Personnel, SPED High School) BCLAC PRAYING THE GOOD GOVERNANCE MAY APPLY: Governance is the process by which a society is managed and looked after good governance and when that process is handled honestly an efficiently for the benefit of all citizens, respecting and promoting human rights and human development. (Sec. 15, Art. XIII, Social Justice an Human Rights – The role and rights of people’s organization 1987 Constitution) - The state shall respect the role of independent people’s organization to enable the people to pursue and protect, within the democratic framework, their legitimate and collective interests and aspirations through peaceful and lawful means. People’s organizations are bonafide associations of citizens with demonstrated capacity to promote the public interest and with identifiable leaders, membership and structure. (Sec. 16, Art. XIII, 1987 Constitution) - The right of the people and their organization to effective and reasonable participation at all levels of social, political and economic decision – making shall not be abridged. The state shall by law facilitate the establishment of adequate consultation mechanisms. BCLAC LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES: The burden of our locality is challenging us. We will look up for strength to the hope and wisdom of our people in the face of hardship. The BCLAC strength inspires us all even as we resist the fear that threatens to engulf us. BCLAC LETTER BCLAC letter address to this committee is only a sort of information regarding of pupils and students (elementary & secondary) allowed playing in the internet café during the school hours. It is a verbal complaint received by Pastor Gregorio Caila, our BCLAC Officer. On this information to us, he personally look for this matter by visiting some of the internet café and found out that it was including his son. The BCLAC Special Committee headed by Pastor Gegorio Caila unanimously adopted a letter and signed by himself and notified by myself and all officers to inform the Sangguniang Bayan on this kind of problems praying that may be minimize if it could not be eliminated. BCLAC APPEAL TO THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN IN FOUR REASONS: 1. May be the information is a wake up call of all parents. 2. May be the information is a way that the school is also know about this problems. 3. Maybe the information may a tool of implementing the Municipal Ordinance. 4. May be the information will be benefits to any body, the parents, the schools, the Internet Café and the whole of Buenavista in particular. BLAC APOLOGY: Mr. Chairman, we are soliciting your forgiveness including the entire resource speakers from our school if our letter is a mistake. Our intension in our hearts that we can contribute a little thing that we believe this is a small way to fight against criminality in our locality of Buenavista. Thank you so much and more power. Good morning to every one of us. Rev. Gene M. Pagtalunan Chairman, BCLAC President, HMP Church, Inc. Cc:file PNP,COP J O Natividad Vice Mayor R AG Bungabong Mayor F Y Chan, Jr.
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OBSERBASYON UG ANALISA SA KAHIMTANGSA KABTANGAN
Nagpasalamat ako sa Panginoon saresulta sa atong family reunion bisan pa man wala ang uban gumikan kay adunasila’y kani-kanilang personal na rason.
Ang inyong pagsakripisyo sa paghatagug pamasahe dako kaayo ug gimbuhaton para masugdan nato ang pagresulba sa dugayna nga problema kabahin sa atong yuta. Ang tagsa-tagsa ninyo ka mga prinsipyonaghatag kanako ug bililhon kay gihatagan ninyo ako ug katungod nga pangunahanang pagsusi sa mga hinungdan nganong nagubot man kita sa kabilin nga dapatlamang mapahimuslan sa tanan nga walay gipihig.
Ilang mga obserbasyon nga akongnatuklasan.
1. Wala ta’y hiniusa nga sundanan saatong pagtikag sa yuta ug pag-ila sa atong igsuon nga nagsakripisyo sa pagtikagniini.
2. Wala ta’y pagtan-aw sa katibuk-an ngasolusyon sa mga ginagmay nga mga kagubot.
3. Wala ta’y paghunahuna sa matag-igsuonkay kung unsa ang gisulti sa atong guinikanan nga kana’ng yutaa atua na, atogilayon nga pagakuptan.
4. Wala ta’y dilikadisa sa matag-usa kaigsuon kay musakay gilayon kita sa personal interest, mauna nga ang katungod satanan gihimo’ng walay kapuslanan.
5. Wala ta’y konsensya nga ang ubankanato, bisan walay katungod modisisyonpara lamang siya magka-kawarta.
Ang mga hinungdan nga mga rason ngamaoy nakagubot sa yuta ay marisolba gihapon kini pinaagi sa mga sumusunod ngahimuon:
1. Bahinon ang yuta ayon sa walayipinihig nga pagbahin.
2. Pero sa dili pa magbahinbahinkinahanglan Lukaton ang mga yuta sa mga nagprinda niini.
3. Kung dili man siya makalukat niini,magpatabang siya sa igsuon nga may kakayanan ug kinahanglan iyang bayaran, ugkung wala siya’y kakayanan, bayaran niya kini pinasikad sa iyang bahin.
4. Ang yuta nga giprinda panahon pa saatong mga guinikanan ay equally maghatag para ibayad sa panglukat.
5. Sa pagbahin nga wala’y madihado,kinahanglan ipa-survey kini ug kanya-kanya ug ang pagbayad sa surveyor ug kungdili siya makabayad magpatabang siya sa igsuon nga adunay kakayanan.
6. Ang pagbahin ay equally by area satanan nga managsuon pwera kay Dante nga gikauyonan nga ihatag na ang 10hectares nga iyang napalit sa buhi pa ang atong mga guinikanan.
Resolba sa tanan nga kagubot
1. Kalimtan ang mga nanlabay na mgapanghitabo.
2. Isipon nalang nga kini usa ka lakangpara maiayos ang tanan.
3. Magpinasayloay ug maghimo ug bagongkasabotan sa matag-usa para maayos ang tanan.
Ang pagbahin: Kung pananglitan kiniang mga sukod:
1. Tony 10 – Kay Dante, base sa iyanggisulti, dili na siya manghilabot sa ubang yuta pa, kuhaon gayod niya ang yutanga iyang gipalit bisan pa man nga nakaprinda na o gipahimuslan ug giprinda nani Nonoy.
2. Pinulutan – 10, bahinon din sa Siyam
3. Tabok – 10, bahinon din sa siyam
4. Residential – matukod ang 10 kamanagsuon
5. Alay-an 20, bahinon din sa siyam
6. Tiyo Manual 10, bahinon din sa siyam
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BuenavistaTrisikad Drivers Association - BUTDA
Barangay 8,Buenavista, Agusan del Norte
Minutesof the meeting conducted by the members of Buenavista Trisikad DriversAssociation (BUTDA) held at Barangay Hall, Barangay 8, Buenavista, Agusan delNorte on January 20, 2012, Mr. Frederick C. Casal, President, PresidingOfficer.
The meeting was calledto order after the opening prayer of Rev. Necerio T. Pana, Jr. spiritualadviser of the association. The presents:
Frederick C. Casal Adonis D. Astillero JuLito B. Abacahin
Ernesto B. Canoy Julius Carillo Ariel B. Abando
Junnelo A. Temblor Roy P. Abonales Bryan B. Espi
Leam D. Astillero Cecil P. Abonales Paul John S. Canoy
Edgar R. Martil Nilde D. Carillo Julius C. Jaranilla
Guest: Rev. Gene M. Pagtalunan Rev. Necerio T. Pana, Jr.
Thepresiding officer gives his statement about the necessity of the meetingbecause it could help more information from the organizer, Rev. Gene M.Pagtalunan.
Deliberationand discussion of agenda has been established, and the approved concerns arethe followings:
1. TheDocuments are complete for the registration. It was checked by the DOLE staffbut because of the non-notarize of papers, the application forms has been tablefor further action very soon.
2. Mutualassistance on Insurance protection of Pl50.00 should start paying byinstallment basis to be able to order another set of IPI policy for the non issuancemembers.
3. Membershipfee of P50.00 (for those who applied before the DOLE Registration release.& membership fee of P100.00 for applicants after the DOLE registration.
4. Monthlydues of P10.00 start this month of June 2012.
5. Recognizedthe membership participated the DOLE Orientation Seminar, Frederick C. Casal AdonisD. Astillero Ernesto B. Canoy and JuliusCarillo
6. Recognizedcommittee members:
Audit & Inventory –Julius C. Jaranilla
Edgar R. Martil
Membership & Education – Nllde D. Carillo
Paul John S. Canoy
Financial & Development – Jonathan C. Molos
Election – Bryan B. Espi
Leam D. Astillero
7. Objectivesof the BUTDA and a reason of a different organization from the existing BuenatodasAssn.
a. Amodel – BUTDA will observe municipal ordinances including the wearing of I.D.,driver hygiene, updated municipal licenses & traffic rules
b. MutualProgram – confinement at the hospital not lease than 2 days (P20.00/membercontribution); death (P25.00/member contribution); and personal accidentinsurance protection (P150.00/annual premium) covered of P61, 000.00 in case ofaccidental death & total disability.
c. Establisha Bicycle Parts Store, repair & Vulcanizing Shop –with the initial capitalbuild-up and support from concern agencies
d. Owneda Tricycle Units - through grant or loan from DOLE or concern nationaloffices/foundation
8. Listingof family names to be use for or attachment of FS as needed for the grant orloan assistance.
9. OathTaking Ceremony:
a. Date– January 24, 2012
b. Time– 2:00 p.m.
c. OfficiatingOfficer – Mayor Francisco Y. Chan or Vice Mayor Ramon AG Bungabong or BarangayCaptain Leonidez Montillano
d. Attendance– a must including Trisikad
e. Snacks– P20.00 contribution per member
There’s no other business that has beendiscuss, the meeting adjourned at about 10:03 p.m.
Adonis D. Astillero
Approved: Frederick C. Casal
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HMP SUPPORT PNOY PROGRAM OF GOVERNMENT
By: Rev. Gene M. Pagtalunan, Overseer/Bishop, HMPChurches
Chairman – BCLAC
Because HMP isnon-denominational church in the country, moving ahead through holisticapproach of evangelism like technical assistance, moral recovery lectures andfamily cares.
HeedfulnessMission for Prosperity Church, Inc. registered in the Security & ExchangeCommission
withRegistration No. CN200903908
Positioning- frontline Christian workers of information in the locality
Nomatter - how hard to have a program without resources but the importance is sincerity of service.
Operational- the government programs and project by extend churches by organizing PO
Yearning- extend information of good governance to reach the unreached individual
Good Governance Means
Governance is theprocess by which a society is managed and looked after good governance is whenthat process is handled honestly an efficiently for the benefit of allcitizens, respecting and promoting human rights and human development.
HMPAdopted 1987 Constitution
(Sec. 15, Art. XIII,Social Justice an Human Rights – The role and rights of people’s organization1987 Constitution) - The state shall respect the role of independent people’sorganization to enable the people to pursue and protect, within the democraticframework, their legitimate and collective interests and aspirations throughpeaceful and lawful means. People’s organizations are bonafide associations ofcitizens with demonstrated capacity to promote the public interest and withidentifiable leaders, membership and structure.
(Sec. 15, Art. XIII,1987 Constitution) - The right of the people and their organization toeffective ad reasonable participation at all levels of social, political andeconomic decision – making shall not be abridged. The state shall by lawfacilitate the establishment of adequate consultation mechanisms.
Whatis People Governance?
Peoplegovernance is the kind of governance that puts the interest and well-being ofcitizens, specially the poor, marginalized and dispossessed above otherinterest
1. Therights of the people to land and livelihood are pursed through policies
2. Therights and empowered are protected to enable them to make informed decisions
3. Theright to equipped with the necessary skills to ultimately governed themselves atthe local an
4. Therights to develop expertise in lobbying and policy intervention and shoulddevelop and improved
HMPPrescription for good governance:
1. Guardclosely our money that they spend for public projects and programs
2. Monitorperformance of public officials for after all they are the public servants
3. Openand increase leveraging and access to information on all government activitiesand government operations. It is the right of citizen to know what theirgovernment is up to and government agencies have a duty to make information andrecord accessible to the people whop support the government with their taxes.
UN Economic and Social Commission of Asia andPacific describe good governance by effective leaders as having eight (8)characteristics.
1. Participatory– it allows and supports informed and organized participation of the people.
2. FollowsRule of Law – it requires full protection of human rights and impartialenforcement of laws, no matter who violates it. The leader is not above therule of law.
3. Responsive– addresses the real needs and welfare of constituency
4. Transparent– this means that rules and regulations are allows a decision making. It alsomeans that information about such decision is accessible and given to allcitizen
5. Consensusoriented - the interests of different sectors in society are heard towardsreaching a broad consensus on what is needed for the country’s development.
6. Equitablean inclusive – it supports all groups, particularly the most vulnerable andhelps them improve their well being.
7. Effectivean efficient – it makes leaders the best use of resources by sustainablemanagement of natural recourses and protection of the environment
8. Accountable– this means leaders pout the prime interest of the people and well – being ofcitizens, especially the poor, marginalized and dispossess sectors, about otherinterest in their decision since the people are the most affected by thequality of governance in the country.
The burden of our localis challenging us. We will look up for strength to the hope and wisdom of ourpeople in the face of hardship and repression.
HMP strength inspires usall even as we resist the fear that threatens to engulf us.
The commitment HMP as well as HMP in flaggingdedication, fire us with the strength to achieve our collective goal which isto liberate our nation from poverty, and outcome of structural inequalities inour society.
HMPConcern To Contribute For Good Governance
1. Byorganizing People Organization.
2. Byhelping technical works particularly the registration of the PO
3. Bysuggesting programs that will help the PO productivity.
4. Bysustaining PO in terms of moral recovery lectures
5. Bypropagating help program in case of emergency
6. Byestablishing small skills entrepreneurship program
7. Byprotecting human interest through the linkages of GO.
8. Othermatters related to intimate relationship and socio-economic development
1. Majorityof the group is committed to be a part of good governance
2. Organizationthe group by election of officers
Press Relation Officer
Financial & Development CommitteeChair
Auditor & Inventory Chair
Membership & Education Chair
3. Establishthe Objectives of the Organization
4. Registrationat the DOLE as Rural workers Association and SB as NGO of the municipality
5. 10years Work plan
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1367 Philips Avenue
San Jose, California 95117USA
Dear Ninang Marmen,
How are you napo ninang, i’m Charlotte russe M.Pagtalunan, Daughter of Mr.&Mrs. Rev. Pastor Hermogenes Pagtalunan. Now I’m in 24 of age na poninang,ako po yung bininyagan noon sa Zamboanga Del sur. Belated MerryChristmas po ninang, and happy new year po.matagal ko nap o kayo sulatan kasodip o ako sigurado kung latest pa po ang address nyo till now.Nagkita po kamini Col. Mendoza sa Manila ng maganniversary po ang IEMELIF.Naklimutan ko naman po humingi ng address nyo.
I’m justhoping po na mabasa nyo ang letter ko,dip o ako maxado marunong mag Englisheh,medyo mhina po tayo dyan nnang sa Englisan hahaha..mis ko na po kayo lumakinalang po ako na isa lang ang nakita kong ninong si Ptr. Erwin lang po. Sana po makapagsulat rin kayo sa akin until nowpo nangangarap pa rin po ako na makita kayo kahit e-mail add lang po angmalaman ko ninang. Ito po e-add ni papa ko [email protected] Namamasko poninang sa tagal ng panahon po na di ko kayo nakita,siguro po may mga anak nakayo
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Feeding Program saSan Juan Primary School
Ni: Mira Pagtalunan,BCLAC Member
Ang Buenavista Municipal PoliceStation sa pangunguna ni Deputy Chief of Police P/Inps. Angie
Gonzales nagpahigayon ug Mass Feeding Program sa mga pupilssa San Juan Primary School Abelan.
Adunay 115 ka mga estudyante ngagibahin sa 4 ka klase. Press School – 22, ni Teacher Estrella
Herbito; Grade 1-33, ni Teacher Girlie Bangot; Grade 2- niTeacher Maribel Castello ug Grade 3-31, ni
Teacher Chona Oclarit.
Sa pakigpulong nila ni Brgy. Kag.Zosimo Jaca, Committee Education Chair sa Brgy. Council sa
Abelan ug Gng. Annabel Sanchez, PTA President nagpasalamatkaayo sa PNP Buenavista gumikan kay
pinakaunang ahensya sa gobyerno nga nagpahigayon gawas saDepEd ug DSWD nga programa ilabina
inubanan ug mga panghimangno gikan sa pulong sa Ginoopinaagi sa BCLAC.
Si P/INSP Angie Gonzales sa iyangpakigpulong iyang gipasabot nga mahinungdanon kaayo nga
tudluan ang mga gagmay’ng bata sa bag-ong balaod karonmahitungod sa mga pag-abuso sa batang
babae. Gumikan kay basis a ilang Police file ang nakalapasniining balaora ay mismo mga duol nga
kaanak sa biktima.
Si Rev. Gene Pagtalunan, Chairmansa BCLAC nagsogyot siya nga apilon ang mga guinakanan sa
panahon nga adunay PNP Feeding Program para makasaksi ugmakabaton ug kahibawo kung unsa ang
tumong sa Programa. Ang Biblical Reflection nga iyang gibatatgikan sa 2 Cor. 12:14 ay para sa mga
Ang mga kauban sa feeding programay sina PO3 Dante Hospital-EMCEE; PO2 Milagrosa Tutas-
National Anthem; Pastor Jimmy Olivar-Prayer.
Sina Brgy. Capt. Adelina Subrevigaug PNP-COP, P/Insp Jessie Natividad dili nakatambong.