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Dumaguete City approves ordinance for voluntary blood donation program

February 26th, 2014 · No Comments

Dumaguete City approves ordinance for voluntary blood donation program

By:  JENNIFER C. TILOS

Wednesday 26th of February 2014

DUMAGUETE CITY, Feb 26 (PIA) – Dumaguete City has approved recently an ordinance institutionalizing a voluntary blood donation program.

The program proponent city councilor Lilani Ramon, said the program involves massive bloodletting and massive blood typing.

The measure seeks to provide a local mechanism by which Republic Act 7719, or the “National Blood Services Act of 1994”, will be implemented in the city for the promotion of public health.

Ramon explained that the bloodletting will be conducted by the City Health Office every six months.

The 30 barangays of Dumaguete will have to identify at least one percent of its total population who are 18 years old and above to undergo blood typing every six months.

“Their names will be entered into the databank of each barangay to be shared with the City Health Office that will subsequently manage the consolidated databank,” said Ramon.

Each barangay will have its list of walking blood donors according to blood types and with their contact numbers.

The ordinance cited that there will also be a separate list for people with rare blood types (those with type AB blood or those with RH Negative etc.) with their addresses and contact numbers to facilitate coordination and assistance in cases of emergencies.

Ramon further explained that walking blood donors are those individuals included in the list of qualified donors that are ready to donate blood whenever needed by their community.

She said the city health personnel will visit each barangay to initiate the information dissemination with the support of each barangay council.

Ramon disclosed that the blood is free but for the blood screening the client will have to pay P1,500 at the Philippine Red Cross (PNRC).

The PRC Negros Oriental Chapter through its blood bank and transfusion service will be the main depository center of the Blood Donation Program.

She added that the city will allot P200,000 for the program.

Residents of other local government units may also access the blood deposits of Dumaguete through PRC but will have to automatically replenish the quantity of blood they used. (mbcn/JCT/PIA7-NegOr/ with reports from Jingky Bucad, intern)

- See more at: http://r07.pia.gov.ph/index.php?article=1111393382626#sthash.aaf7NoPy.dpuf

  DUMAGUETE CITY, Feb 26 (PIA) – Dumaguete City has approved recently an ordinance institutionalizing a voluntary blood donation program. The program proponent city councilor Lilani Ramon, said the program involves massive bloodletting and massive blood typing. The measure seeks to provide a local mechanism by which Republic Act 7719, or the “National Blood Services Act of 1994”, will be implemented in the city for the promotion of public health. Ramon explained that the bloodletting will be conducted by the City Health Office every six months. The 30 barangays of Dumaguete will have to identify at least one percent of its total population who are 18 years old and above to undergo blood typing every six months. “Their names will be entered into the databank of each barangay to be shared with the City Health Office that will subsequently manage the consolidated databank,” said Ramon. Each barangay will have its list of walking blood donors according to blood types and with their contact numbers. The ordinance cited that there will also be a separate list for people with rare blood types (those with type AB blood or those with RH Negative etc.) with their addresses and contact numbers to facilitate coordination and assistance in cases of emergencies. Ramon further explained that walking blood donors are those individuals included in the list of qualified donors that are ready to donate blood whenever needed by their community. She said the city health personnel will visit each barangay to initiate the information dissemination with the support of each barangay council. Ramon disclosed that the blood is free but for the blood screening the client will have to pay P1,500 at the Philippine Red Cross (PNRC). The PRC Negros Oriental Chapter through its blood bank and transfusion service will be the main depository center of the Blood Donation Program. She added that the city will allot P200,000 for the program. Residents of other local government units may also access the blood deposits of Dumaguete through PRC but will have to automatically replenish the quantity of blood they used. (mbcn/JCT/PIA7-NegOr/ with reports from Jingky Bucad, intern) – See more at: http://r07.pia.gov.ph/index.php?article=1111393382626#sthash.aaf7NoPy.dpuf

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Dalaguete Ambush

February 20th, 2014 · No Comments

Lawyer of ‘mastermind’
in pawnshop heist killed
ESCORT DIES, TOO, IN CEBU AMBUSH

BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

The lawyer of the suspected mastermind of the daytime robbery of a pawnshop in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, last year, was killed in an ambush in Dalaguete town, Cebu province, at about 2 p.m. yesterday.

Lawyer Noel Archival and his escort, Candido Meñoza, were killed, and two other companions were seriously injured when the Toyota HiLux vehicle they were riding was peppered with bullets by still unidentified men in Barangay Coro, Dalaguete town, police reports said.

Archival was returning to Cebu from Dumaguete after a hearing yesterday morning where he represented Jesuslou Elcarte Alegria in the robbery-in-band case before the Regional Trial Court Branch 38 in Dumaguete.

Alegria, 42, of Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, had been arrested after he and several other companions, who are still at large, allegedly robbed the Agencia Belen Pawnshop in downtown Dumaguete, and took about P5 million in jewelry on August 24, 2013. The stolen items were recovered that same day but all the other perpetrators managed to escape.

RTC Branch 38 Presiding Judge Cenon Repollo said the court proceeding against Alegria was the first of a series. The continuation of the hearing was scheduled for today, but it was cancelled since Archival had another court appearance in Camiguin, he added.

Supt. James Goforth, chief of police of Dumaguete City, said Archival had been to Dumaguete several times to represent Alegria and, before him, suspected big-time drug pusher Mark Lorenz Solon, who was arrested in December.

For unknown reasons, Solon, who is on the police’s watch list of drug personalities, had reportedly terminated the services of Archival, Goforth said.

Solon, 38, of Aldecoa Road in Laguna, Barangay Looc, Dumaguete, and son of a prominent businessman, and Adams Guivelondo Cuevas, 50, of Brgy Batinguel in Dumaguete, were arrested in a buy-bust operation in Brgy. Camanjac, also in the city, on Dec. 16, 2013.

Around 30 grams of suspected shabu, a hand grenade, an improvised tooter, a pair of scissors, marked money, the black Hilux Vigo 3.0 driven by Cuevas, and the Mitsubishi Monterro SUV of Solon were seized from them, police records show.

Alegria and Solon are detained at the Dumaguete City Detention and Rehabilitation Center in Brgy. Bajumpandan.

Goforth said he believes that the ambush-slay of the lawyer is related to his job, considering that he is handling high profile cases.

The victim is the brother of Cebu City Councilor Nestor Archival.*JFP

Source; http://visayandailystar.com/2014/February/19/negor1.htm

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Alternate routes eyed in P100M road project

February 2nd, 2014 · No Comments

Negros Oriental officials yesterday were hopeful that the construction of the multi-million-peso diversionary road to connect Bacong, Dumaguete City and Sibulan will push through with minimal hitches this year.

The possible alternate routes to ensure that snags do not delay the project were discussed in a meeting among Dumaguete Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria, Sibulan Mayor Emmanuel Diputado, Ricardo Duran of the Department of Public Works and Highways 2 nd Engineering District, and Rep. George Arnaiz (Neg. Or., 2 nd District).

They discussed the ongoing construction, and the acquisition of the road right-of-way from residents, whose properties are within the project area. Some are reportedly opposing the project while others were selling portions of their property at very high costs.

Arnaiz said alternate routes for the Bacong-Dumaguete-Sibulan diversionary road should be identified to avoid having the funds from the national government realigned.

The DPWH began implementing the P50-million road construction in the Dumaguete side of the diversionary road last year, and another P50 million has been allocated for the Sibulan portion this year.

Diputado said a possible alternate route is from Brgy. Camanjac in Dumaguete City through Calabnugan, Ata-Ata, San Antonio, Mainit, and Looc down to the national highway in Sibulan.

He added that the route had been opened when Arnaiz was governor of Negros Oriental almost a decade ago.

Sagarbarria said he is also hopeful of finding an alternate route to minimize the number of structures and private properties that will be affected by the project.

Arnaiz said there is need for cooperation from residents for the project to be successful since this will pave the way for socio-economic-tourism development and will benefit development.

Once the project is well underway, Arnaiz said he will source more funds to complete it as the initial P100 million for Dumaguete and Sibulan is not enough.

Duran said the proposed alternate routes pose less problems compared to the original plan. He said the DPWH will survey the proposed routes next week to determine their feasibility before reporting to their central office.*JFP

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Act vs. spate of killings, priest dares Negrenses

February 2nd, 2014 · No Comments

Negrenses, especially members of the laity, were challenged to denounce and act against the recent spate of killings in Dumaguete City and other parts of Negros Oriental.

Msgr. Julius Heruela, rector of the St. Catherine of Alexandria Parish, issued the challenge in the masses he offered in honor of Sto. Niño, the Holy Infant Jesus, of which many fiestas were held in Dumaguete, last month.

He lamented that while people continue to profess their faith and claim to be devotees of the Child Jesus, their actions run counter, and they seem indifferent to what is happening in society today.

To live the faith according to the examples of Jesus is to openly protect the value of life, Heruela said. “Nobody has the right or authority to take a life, regardless of the background of a person,” he added.

He was referring to the spate of shooting incidents where majority of the victims were tagged by the police to be involved in the illegal drugs trade.

Heruela said that, in the past, when a prominent member of the community is gunned down, individuals or groups immediately came out and put pressure on authorities for the immediate solution of the crime and, in some instances, even went to the extent of calling for the sacking of police officials.

This is no longer seen these days, he said, and noted that the victims’ families tend to keep mum instead of seek justice because of the stigma brought about by the alleged involvement of the victim in the drugs trade.

The sanctity and value of human life must not be ignored by those who profess to follow the examples of Christ, Heruela said.

He dared the faithful to take an active stand in the preservation and protection of human life, especially in this Year of the Laity, and the observance of February as Pro-Life Month, he added.

Meanwhile, church-based organizations in Dumaguete are expected to issue statements denouncing the spate of killings.*JFP/JG

http://www.visayandailystar.com/2014/February/01/negor2.htm

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111th Founder’s Day

August 23rd, 2013 · No Comments

Theme: NOHS  Building of Achievers

August 30 2013

8:00am Holy Mass
9:00 am Opening of Booths Batch 1973
6:00 pm Seach for Mr. & Miss NOHS 2013 @ Lamberto L. Macias Sport Complex

August 31. 2013

8:00 am to 11:00 am  Sport Competition
1;00pm to 3:00 pm RAP Battle 2013
3:00pm to 5;00pm Variety Show
6:00pm Teachers’ Night

September 01, 2013

8:00am Holy mass for all Alumni
9:00am Alumni Business meeting
2:00pm Grand Street Parade

Program after the Parade
7:00pm Alumni Night

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Who is Who in Dumaguete – Rico Pañero

July 20th, 2013 · No Comments

RicoPanero

1. WHAT IS YOUR FULL NAME AND AGE?
Michael Joseph Ramo/ I look 25 but really am 35.
Follow Rico Pañero on Twitter: www.twitter.com/yummydjrico
And like the Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/yummyrico

 

2. ARE YOU MARRIED/KIDS?
Both fortunately and unfortunately SINGLE.

Fortunate because I’m Free. Unfortunate because people start to think i might be gay.

 

3. WHAT IS YOUR OCCUPATION?
Hmmmm… Ok hold your breath..

Assistant Station Manager and Account Executive for YES FM Dumaguete

Part time teacher of Metro Dumaguete College

Independent Distributor of USANA Health Sciences

Part time Photographer.

Just to name a few!

 

4. HOW LONG AND WHY ARE YOU IN DUMAGUETE?
I was born and raised here. Studied in Silliman University from kinder straight to college.

Left the city for more radio stint in North Cotabato for more than 10 years.

I was back in March of 2012.

 

5. WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT DUMAGUETE?
While I was in Mindanao, all i think of is Dumaguete.

It has so many things to like about in this city. Besides, with all the progress you see, we still can feel that old Dumaguete.

 

6. WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO CHANGE IN DUMAGUETE?
Much have changed in Dumaguete after I left for Mindanao. And if given the power to change this place, il bring back the 80s or 90s feel of this place.

 

7. WHAT WAS THE BEST EXPERIENCE IN YOUR LIFE?
I traveled a lot and every journey allows me to learn, re-learn and unlearn certain things. I have stayed in different people’s homes.

Be a part of their lives. And those are the things that made me who I am right now and I’m thankful to God for those experiences.

 

8. WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS IN THE FUTURE?
Definitely I have learned quite a lot in Mindanao and I’d like to apply some of those learning with my different work here in Dumaguete.

I also hope to become one of the Who’s Who in Dumaguete and maybe have a street named after me. ha ha ha.

 

9. IF YOU CAN SAY 2 SENTENCES TO 100,000 PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, WHAT WOULD YOU TELL THEM?
Never let anyone or anything hinder you to conquer your dreams.

Sometimes what keeps you from getting towards your goals, is YOU.

 

10. WOULD YOU DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN YOUR LIFE IF YOU HAVE THE CHANCE AND WHAT WOULD IT BE?
I believe everyday God gave us the chance to do something different.

I choose not to change what happened in the past because that defines me who i am today.

I would definitely change something today, so that I would be a better person tomorrow.

You can follow DJ Rico Pañero on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/yummyrico

 

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85th NORSU Founders Day – 2012

November 26th, 2012 · No Comments

Negros Oriental State University (NORSU) is celebrating their 85th Founders Day from December 1 to December 5 – 2012.

The 1st is mainly reserved for the alumni homecoming.

2nd of December features several exhibitions in the fields of science, culture, arts and technology. Furthermore, a groundbreaking ceremony of a new building project under the guidance of the University Parents Teachers Association will be held at the open court of the NORSU main campus.

A torch parade and the Mr. and Mrs. NORSU 2013 at 7:00pm are round off the second day of the festivities.

The highlight of the next day of the NORSU Founders Day celebrations is the university academic convocation. Congressman. Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara is the guest of honor and keynote speaker. Mr. Angara is a member of the NORSU Board of Regents and the Chairman of the Committee on Higher & Technical Education.

Sport is the main-focus on December 4. Teams of Silliman University and NORSU compete at Volleyball and Basketball against each other. In the evening the dance competition will be held on the main-stage.

December 5 will have a military parade in the morning and the highlight of this year’s NORSU founders day, the street-dance competition. Theme of the competition is “Broadway – the musical”.

Happy Founders Day – NORSU

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92 Olive Ridley Hatchlings in Dauin

October 31st, 2012 · 3 Comments

According to Dauin locals it has been almost 30 years that a fascinating event like this took place just next to Mikes Beach Resort. 92 Olive Ridley Hatchlings (also known as Pacific Ridley) were released and made their way into the ocean.

Baby-Turtle-Olive-Ridley

The Olive Ridley Hatchlings of Dauin

All started on October 27, when the first hatchlings were seen on the beach attracting locals as well as stray-dogs. They were rescued by the Bantay Dagat and collected in tanks.  When the last baby turtles hatched on the 29th, the hatchlings were then released together and made their way to the ocean. The release of all siblings together is increasing their chance of survival.

The first few meters through the sand are crucial for the Sea Turtles, as the females will remember their origins and may return to their natal beach and lay their eggs. However, this journey can take up to 30 years.

Olive-Ridley-Hatchling-Dumaguete

The common believe to keep the hatchlings until they are bigger and stronger appears to be not correct. Fresh hatched Sea turtles have enough energy from the nutritious yoke of the egg than they would get from being fed in a sheltered tank.

During the first few years the Olive Ridley Hatchlings will drift along shallow coral patches and rocky areas, where they hopefully find enough food to return one day to the Dauin beach to lay their eggs.

The Olive Ridley Turtle are classified as vulnerable not common in the oceans around the Philippine Islands.  There are not many nests in known in the Philippines. The one in Dauin appears to be the first of its kind in Negros.

All pictures are taken by Steve de Neef a Photo and Video-Professional. A big “Thank You” for letting us use his shots. For more shots, please visit : www.stevedeneef.com

Sea-Turtle-Hatchling-release

Info about Olive Ridley Sea Turtles

The Olive Ridley hatchlings are up to 6 cm with a weight of 15 to 20 grams. Adult Olive Ridley Sea Turtle will grow to a length of 60 centimeters, rarely up to 70 cm. That makes them to one of the smaller Sea Turtle species. Their weight can reach up to 50 kilo, with the female being smaller, averaging 35 kilograms.  If eggs are incubated at a temperature of 28 degree Celsius or lower, only males are produced. When the temperature during incubation reaches 32 degree Celsius, hatchlings of this eggs will be all female.

Baby Turtle Dauin - Olive Ridley Hatchling

It need to be mentioned, that the people and officials of Dauin with the support of several resorts and marine biologists worked exemplarily together to give the Olive Ridley hatchlings the maximum chances of survival in the first few hours of their lives.

Female Sea turtles can lay eggs up to three times a year. This is increasing the chances that there will be more Olive Ridley Sea Turtle nests around in the Dauin area.

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City Fiesta and 64th Charter Day – 2012

October 30th, 2012 · No Comments

The Dumaguete City Fiesta with the Sandurot Festival and the 64th Dumaguete Charter Day is another month of Celebrations in the City of Gentle People. Parades, competitions and events are spread out across the whole City of Dumaguete with the Center being the Quezon Park in the City Center.

Sandurot Festival – November 9-17, 2012

 Dumaguete-Fiesta-2012

Like always the DumagueteInfo Team is happy to be the first to publish the Schedule of Events in our news.

Dumaguete Fiesta 2012 – Schedule of Activities

Nov. 8 to Nov. 10, 2012
9:00AM 3-Day Farm Family Congress  - Quezon Park Ball-field

Nov. 9 to Nov. 11, 2012
SMB Nightly Entertainment  - Quezon Park

Nov. 9 – 2012
7:00PM Fiesta Grand Opening featuring the Miss Dumaguete Fashion Show Quezon – Park Stage

Nov. 10 to Nov.21, 2012
Fiesta Open-Invitational Basketball Tournament – DCHS Gymnasium

Nov. 10, 2012
Fiesta “Kick-Off” Fun Run  - Sta. Catalina ST. (Kiwanis)
7:00PM Dagsa Music Festival  - Rizal Boulevard (Tempurahan)
8:00PM Flash Back: A Benefit Concert with Level-Up Band  - El Pueblo Genovino Ballroom (Candau-Ay)

Nov. 11, 2012
Karate Competition – City Hall Quadrangle

Nov. 14 – 2012
6:00PM Miss Dumaguete Talent Night Competition – Robinsons Place Atrium

Nov. 16 to Nov. 25, 2012
SMB Nightly Entertainment  - Quezon Park

Nov. 16, 2012
5:30PM Globe Street Party/Mobbed Dance Competition – Perdices St. (Lee Plaza)

Nov. 17 to Nov.18 – 2012
Children’s Football Festival – Silliman Ball-field
GUD Moto “Sapnay-Tukag Binaryo” Volleyball Tournament – Quezon Park Ballfield

Nov. 17, 2012
6:00AM Birik-Birik Fishing Competition – Rizal Boulevard Beach
3:00PM Sandurot Festival Street Dance & Showdown Competition – City Hall Quadrangle
6:00PM Dumaguete Zombie Fun Run Competition – Quezon Park
8:00PM Robee Talent Show featuring Sandurot Fashion Show – Rizal Boulevard (Bethel)

Nov. 18, 2012
7:00AM Paddled Banca Race – Rizal Boulevard Beach
7:00AM Sandurot Mountain Bike Race

Nov. 23, 2012
Skate Exhibit & Competition – Quezon Park
7:00PM Miss Dumaguete Coronation Night – Macias Sports Complex
9:00PM Pepsi Night – Quezon Park

Sandurot Festival 2012

Picture from Sandurot Festival 2010

Dumaguete City – 64th Charter Day

Nov. 24, 2012
9:00AM Charter Day Thanksgiving Mass – Dumaguete Cathedral
2:00PM Grand Civic Military Parade – Quezon Park
6:00PM Fil Products Pa-Show dayag – Quezon Park Stage

Nov. 25, 2012
7:00AM GUD Moto Motorized Banca Rally – Rizal Boulevard Beach
9:00AM Social Welfare Day Quezon Park
3:00PM People’s Day/Awarding Outstanding Dumaguetnon – Convention Center

Nov. 27, 2012
Fiesta Open Volleyball Tournament – DCHS Gymnasium

Nov. 30, 2012
6:00PM Kopiko Night: Entertainment Show – Quezon Park Stage

Dec. 1, 2012
7:00PM Closing Ceremonies/Human Peace Sign – Quezon Park/Grandstand

DumagueteInfo.com wishes everobody a

HAPPY FIESTA 2012

Your DI-Team

Activity schedule may change without prior notice.

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Buglasan 2012 – Schedule of Events

October 1st, 2012 · 12 Comments

The Festival of Festivals, the Buglasan 2012 in Dumaguete City kicks off on Friday, the 12th of October.

This year’s Negros Oriental Buglasan Festival has 87 events and is held at 3 venues. Knowing the City of gentle People, the venue for this Festival is  actually the whole city.

Buglasan Festival 2012

Gearing Towards Sustainable Growth

…is the theme of this years activities. Some of the Highlights are the festival’s showdown with street dance parade and competition, and king and queen on October 19.

Buglasan Events – Friday, 12 October 2012

8:00 AM  Jobs Fair “Halad Alang sa Katawhan sa Negros Oriental” Opening Program  – NOCC

1:00 PM    Assembly time for the Grand City-wide Parade -Quezon Park/Colon St.

2:00 PM   GRAND CITY-WIDE CIVIC-MILITARY PARADE with GMA Kapuso stars – Dgte. streets

5:00 PM   BUGLASAN ECUMENICAL SERVICE – Capitol Forecourt Stage

5:30 PM   BUGLASAN OPENING SALVO PRODUCTION – Capitol Forecourt Stage

6:00 PM   Opening of LGU-Industrial Booth/Exhibits/Gimmicks – Freedom Park

6:30 PM   Opening of LGU SNV Booths

7:00 PM   Robbee Talents – Capitol Forecourt

Provincial Agriculture Office Night – SNV Auditorium

8:00 PM   GMA Kapuso Night – Quezon Park

MISS NEGROS ORIENTAL TOURISM – Freedom Park Stage

Grand Fireworks Display by DSS – Capitol Grounds

11:00 PM  SMB Live Band – SMB Stage

Miss Negros Oriental Tourism 2012

 

Buglasan Events – Saturday, 13 October 2012

8:00 AM – Buglasan Ultimate Mountain Bike Challenge – Freedom Park

Buglasan Arnis Tournament - LLMSCC

Buglasan Sepak Takraw Regu Tournament – LLMSCC Parking Area

Buglasan Karatedo  Tournament - LLMSCC

Buglasan Larong Pinoy Festival (tumbang preso, patentero, slipper game, luksong tinik, and tayukok) – Perdices Coliseum

LUTONG GARBO SA  – Sidlakan Negros

CHILDREN’S CHOIR COMPETITION – SNV Auditorium

MINUS-ONE SINGING COMPETITION SENIOR DIVISION - Freedom Park

1:00 PM DUET COMPETITION SENIOR DIVISION – Freedom Park

6:30 PM GP Rehab Fellowship Program – Freedom Park

Magdegamo Basketball Invitationals – SNV Auditorium

7:00 PM SU Jazz Band Concert – SNV Auditorium

9:30 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Event Sunday, 14 October 2012

8:00 AM Airsoft – GSO Perdices Col.

Buglasan Ultimate Mountain Bike Challenge – Freedom Park/NOSDEP

Buglasan Arnis Tournament – LLMSCC

Buglasan Sepak Takraw Regu Tournament – LLMSCC Parking Area

Buglasan Karatedo Tournament – SU Ballfield

6:00 PM RONDALLA COMPETITION JUNIOR DIVISION – Freedom Park

KUMPARSA COMPETITION – Freedom Park

BALAK, BALITAW COMPETITIONS – Freedom Park

6:00 PM Philippine Collegiate Champions League – LLMSCC

7:00 PM NORSU Night @ SNV – SNV Auditorium

Magdegamo Body-Building Competition – Robinson’s Place

9:00 PM World Fitness Aerodance Company – Freedom Park

9:45 PM Sidlakan Dance Company – Freedom Park

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Events Monday, 15 October 2012

6:00 PM Philippine ­­­Collegiate Champions League – LLMSCC

7:00 PM FOLK DANCE COMPETITION – Freedom Park

BALLROOM DANCING COMPETITIONS JUNIOR & SENIOR DIVISIONS – Freedom Park

Foundation University Night @ SNV – SNV Auditorium

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Events Tuesday, 16 October 2012

6:00 PM Philippine Collegiate Champions League – LLMSCC

7:00 PM RAP COMPETITION – Freedom Park

POP DANCE COMPETITION – Freedom Park

DepEd Neg. Or. Division Cultural Showcase – SNV Auditorium

11:00 PM – SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

civic Parade Buglasan Festival 2012

Event Schedule Wednesday, 17th October 2012

8:00 AM Buglasan 9-Ball Tournament – San Juan St.

9:00 AM Buglasan 2012 Sepak Takraw – Robinson’s Place

6:00 PM Holy Cross High School Night – SNV Auditorium

7:00 PM LIVE BAND COMPETITION – Freedom Park

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Schedule Thursday, 18th October 2012

6:30 PM BULILIT MINUS –ONE SINGING COMPETITION – Freedom Park

DUET BULILIT DIVISION – Freedom Park

7:00 PM DepEd Dumaguete City Division Night – SNV Auditorium

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Festival 2012

Buglasan Events Friday, 19th October 2012

7:00 AM Buglasan Football Tournament – SU Ballfield

8:00 AM Buglasan Baseball & Softball Tournament SU/City High

Buglasan ONE Triathlon – Dauin

BUGLASAN FESTIVAL OF FESTIVALS SHOWDOWN – LLMSCC

10:00 AM  Buglasan Chess -  NOCC

2:00 PM BUGLASAN FESTIVAL OF FESTIVALS STREETDANCE

5:30 PM Palkwela Game Show -Capitol Forecourt

7:00 PM Silliman University Night – SNV Auditorium

A Night with Fine Music – Capitol Forecourt

8:00 PM BUGLASAN FESTIVAL KING & QUEEN PAGEANT – Freedom Park

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Freedom Park

Buglasan Schedule for Saturday, 20th October 2012

8:00 AM “Ironman III” Negros Oriental Endurocross  Rally – Tayasan-Mabinay-Bayawan

Buglasan Baseball & Softball Tournament – SU/City High

Buglasan ONE Triathlon – Dauin

1st Buglasan Flag Football Cup – SU Ballfield/Perdices Coliseum

1st Buglasan Neg. Or. Boardriding Competition – Valencia/Dumaguete

Buglasan Kayak and Canoe Adventure Race – Lake Balinsasayao

Buglasan Chess – NOCC

Gov. Roel R. Degamo Buglasan Nat’l. Ultimate Frisbee Cup – Perdices Coliseum

“My Negros Oriental” Photo Contest – SNV Gallery

4:00 PM Visayas Acrobatics Show (Philippines) - LLMSCC

7:00 PM ABS-CBN Night - Freedom Park

St. Paul University Night – SNV Auditorium

9:00 PM Kasikas sa Boulevard, Part 1 – Rizal Boulevard

FIREWORKS COMPETITION - Rizal Boulevard

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Rizal Boulevard

Events of Buglasan Sunday, 21st October 2012

8:00 AM Buglasan Baseball & Softball Tournament – SU/City High

1st Buglasan Neg. Or. Boardriding Competition – Valencia/Dumaguete

8:00 AM 1st Buglasan Flag Football Cup – SU Ballfield/Perdices Coliseum

Buglasan Nat’l. Ultimate Frisbee Cup – Perdices Coliseum

Buglasan Chess – NOCC

5:00 PM Awarding & Thanksgiving Ceremonies – Capitol Forecourt

6:00 PM OUTSTANDING ORIENTAL NEGRENSE AWARDS – Capitol Forecourt, NOCC

7:00 PM “MY NEGROS ORIENTAL” PHOTO CONTEST AWARDS – Capitol Forecourt

CLEANEST & GREENEST SCHOOL AWARDS – Capitol Forecourt

7:30 PM LGU BOOTH AWARDS – Capitol Forecourt

8:30 PM SU Kahayag Dance Company Concert – Capitol Forecourt

9:00 PM SUHS “VIVA ’77” Broadway – Capitol Forecourt

Kasikas sa Boulevard, Part 2 – Rizal Boulevard

FIREWORKS COMPETITION, Part 2 – Rizal Boulevard

10:30 PM GLOBE-TM Night – Freedom Park

11:00 PM SMB Live Band – Rizal Boulevard

Buglasan 2012 offers for Dumaguetenios and visitors a huge program and a great time to celebrate Negros Oriental.

 

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