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Pagbabago sa salog Naga

January 31st, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail An local na gobierno kan Ciudad nin Naga nag-aandam kan pag-implementar sa  phase 1 kan Naga River Revitalization Project (NRRP) na maconstruir nin anom na mga pantalaan sa Salog Naga poon sa Barangay Sabang sagcod sa Magsaysay Ave., na an fondo cantidad viente milyones pesos (P20-M) gikan sa premyo kan DILG matapos matawan [...]
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MNCCI cites gains, mulls new policies

January 31st, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail WANTING to further improve on the “modicum of success” it achieved for the last two years, the new leadership at the Metro Naga Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) vows to do its best to achieve substantial results from its plans and programs for 2013. Newly installed MNCCI President Clarine P. Tobias made [...]
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Naga City Civil Registry Office vies for top plum in Phl search

January 31st, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail THE Naga City Civil Registry Office is again looking to garner added recognition in this year’s search for the top 10 local civil registry office in the Philippines under the extra-large category. City Civil Registrar Alexander M. Cayetano said the search, which is being held yearly, aims to encourage all civil registry offices [...]
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Ika-3 Saringsing Writers Workshop: Pangapodan nin mga aplikasyon

January 31st, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail Bilang pagselebrar kan Bulan nin Pambansang Sining, an Parasurat Bikolnon Inc., sa pakikipagtabangan kan Arts, Culture and Tourism Office (ACTO) kan Lokal na Gobyerno kan Syudad nin Naga, mapadrino kan Ika-3 Saringsing Writers Workshop na gigibohon sa Naga City Youth Center sa Syudad nin Naga poon Pebrero 22-24, 2013. Bukas an workshop/hunglonan sa [...]
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Relationship, my view

January 31st, 2013 No comments
I'm not really a wide reader and will never be one. In fact, I could barely finish a book (unless I skip to the last page!). But then I found myself reading "The LEGO Principle" by Ptr. Joey Bonifacio of Victory 'The Fort' which was given to us as a gift by the Naron Family. Interesting enough, I began to continue reading the whole chapter 1 on the second night (believe it or not, that is a major accomplishment for me!)

The book was God's way for me to understand about the church and most importantly about discipleship. Discipleship is relationship, as the book implies. That led me to the point that in a relationship, you need to communicate, communicate to God and then to others. That is how the LEGO toy works, connect to the top and then to the bottom.

I thank the Lord for reminding me that in a relationship, communication is very important. Without communication, any relationship will fail. Communication is the key to a lasting relationship. May it be a relationship with God, with parents, siblings, spouses, children, friends and even with spiritual family.

I also thank The Lord for reminding me that when I am listening to a sermon or reading Christian books, and Christian quotes from known Christian authors, the 'message' is meant to be very personal (God communicates with us through these). Yes, God is dealing with me personally. I have no right to say, "this one is for my wife" or "this is for my brother, hope he can hear or read this...". But for God, He will say, "That's for you, my son. That is you I'm talking to".

I was also reminded that in today's social media age, although Twitter and Facebook are somehow "a new tool" to communicate, there is no way it should replace how people used to talk to one another. The risk of being misunderstood and misinterpreted is inevitable. Worst, social media has become a tool for conveying indirect personal post intended to unnamed person, hoping that it could solve a broken relationship. Little that we know, it could probably cause more damage rather than healing it. As for God, I believe that he would prefer me, to talk to Him directly rather than hear from somebody else that I needed help. I believe we, too, would like to hear our friends and loved ones talk to us in person rather than depending on any alternative communication device.

Communicate. Build the relationship with it. Disciple one another, Jesus' commands.

End Note: Steve Murrell Twitted: Jesus did more than preach & teach in a formal manner. He spent much time eating with & answering questions of his disciples.
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Jesse Robredo as Nagueño

January 31st, 2013 No comments
Thus the book “Jess Robredo: Proud Nagueño Memories” (published by Anvil Publishing Inc. and edited by Nagueños and wife-and-husband team Paz Verdades “Doods” and Soliman “Sol” Santos), where Leni’s story as well as those of 35 others can be found.
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An American embraces his Filipino past – Inquirer.net

January 30th, 2013 No comments

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An American embraces his Filipino past
Inquirer.net
NAGA CITY—American Donald Pribor rode the train back to Manila from Naga City in late October last year. He had just been to Gubat town in Sorsogon, retracing the route taken by his kinfolk during World War II and completing a journey of experiencing his

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Gas Petronas to launch product line in Naga – Vox Bikol

January 30th, 2013 No comments

Gas Petronas to launch product line in Naga
Vox Bikol
NAGA CITY – The first liquefied gas company in this city, Gas Petronas, shall hold the launching of its liquefied gas products on Feb. 2, 2013, taking off with a festive round-the-city caravan in the morning. This was announced by Roberto F. Factora, chief

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Naga City Vet Office strengthens campaign against rabies – Philippine Information Agency

January 28th, 2013 No comments

Naga City Vet Office strengthens campaign against rabies
Philippine Information Agency
NAGA CITY, Jan 28 (PIA) — The Naga City Veterinary Office recorded 15 fatalities due to dog bites from 2003 up to January 2013. This was disclosed by Dr. Junius Elad Jr., city veterinary officer, during the Forum@PIA held at the Radyo ng Bayan Office held

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Pancho & Charlene

January 28th, 2013 No comments

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On-the-day-coordination: the amazing team of Christine Ong-Te (special thanks to Gelo Nadonga!)
Bride’s gown: Pronovias (Mi Sueno Bridal Boutique)
Hair and Makeup (bride and mothers of the groom and bride): the beautiful and no-nonsense Lindsay Co-Alog
Entourage hair and makeup: Stephanie and the team from John Matthews (special thanks to matron of honor Jernine Kim for her epic organizational skills)
Flowers and event styling: the cuddly magician, Teddy Manuel
Invitations: an epic collaboration between Printsonalities, Blue Rain Multimedia, and the bride and groom (a big special thanks to Joses Israel, who did a massive amount of art and laying out)
Misalette: designed by the bride and groom, printed in Tarlac, Tarlac
Cake: The Cake Artist (we will miss you, Batch Uson)
Bridal Car: Don Robert
String Quartet: the young, fresh, and supercool Manila String Machine (everyone loved them)
Lights and Sounds: the impressive ‘High Impact’ (amazing job, Mark Tan!)
Photography: sprinkled with fairy dust, filled with beer and good cheer, and possessors of big, wonderful hearts–MANGORED (thank you!)
Videography: the massively talented, cheerful, and well-oiled team of Mayad Studios (special thanks to Carmela Dy Hubag for such a heartfelt on-the-day video, it made everyone cry)
Reception Venue: Antonio‘s (a big shout out to the incredible Miss Johna and her staff, who worked their butts off to give everyone a fantastic dinner experience)
Church: Chapel of Transfiguration, Caleruega
Toy soldiers, scuba divers, cowboys and indians, gnomes, and various plants, animals, and weird little objects: bought in during several trips to Divisoria by the bride and groom, spray painted by the bride and groom, Mary Velmonte, painters at FRDC building (and tagged by the bride and matrons of honor Lucinda Rosenqvist and Jernine Kim, with special thanks to Carlo Sawit, Joanna Reyes and Sadoux Kim for helping us organize the animals at the 11th hour and buying us coffee to keep us awake while we tagged them)
Giveaways: drawn and painted by the bride, laid out by the groom and the the good peeps of Blue Rain Multimedia (special thanks again to Joses Israel, and for the organizing skills of Chino and Gela Esguerra and Des Torres. Many sleepless nights together).
Teepee: concept by the bride and groom, executed even better than the concept by Nina Urbino (cousin of the groom)
Cafe bulbs in the garden: care of the groom
Taka-decorating kit (paper mache horses): Takatak project founder Mary Velmonte (a bridesmaid)
Personalized Tote Bags and giftwrapping for ninong and ninang gifts: bridesmaid Jac Colmenares of i.am.handmade (maker of hand-crafted dolls)
Additional suppliers: Flipbook, Pose and Print
DJ: Joey Santos, aka DJ Floordestroyer (cousin of the groom)
Master of ceremonies behind the awesome after-party in which everyone danced and got so massively wasted, they forgot where they were: Carlo Sawit (brother of the bride)
Vocalist at the mass and during the reception: Clifton Sawit (kuya of the bride)
Magical Brownies: bride and groom’s cousins
Childhood Video presentation: the groom and BluRain Multimedia (again, many sleepless nights together).

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man shot dead by his brother in law in ajuy iloilo 2 men arrested for firing stolen gun from security guard in naga city 1 24 2013

January 25th, 2013 No comments
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No more queuing for orders: Naga develops a more convenient, world-class Point of Sale software

January 24th, 2013 No comments
No more queuing for orders: Naga develops a more convenient, world-class Point of Sale software
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Jesse Robredo: Proud Nagueño Memories

January 24th, 2013 No comments
Jesse Robredo: Proud Nagueño Memories Book Launching
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JESS ROBREDO: PROUD NAGUEÑO MEMORIES – Editors remarks at Manila launch

January 24th, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail By Sol Santos D’ ORAGONS: Naga City Planning Officer Willy Prilles, Vice Mayor Gabby Bordado, LTFRB Chairman and former CamSur Congressman James Jacob,  LTFRB Executive Officer Frank Mendoza, and former City Councilor and Robredo classmate Pokoy Felizmenio during the book launch in Makati City. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO LENI, Aika, Tricia, Jillian, Penny and Pipo [of [...]
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Blooming flowers follow end of Pilimania’s planting season

January 24th, 2013 No comments
Bicol Mail AFTER the planting of the 30,000th pili, signalling the end of Pilimania’s initial phase , the city has turned its sights on  a beautification project dubbed Buskad Burak sa Barangay, which if successful, will see in Naga the blooming of thousands of flowers. The beautification project, which, like Pilimania, will be carried out [...]
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