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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Apple Iphone 5 for free?

I know that many of you have a good experience with Apple's Iphone 4 and Iphone 3. Apple was very much happy to be of service to people around the world with their gadgets. Well, to be fair, there were also some problems that many users encountered with Iphone 4 and Iphone 3.

Now, Apple is very proud with their latest gadget, the Apple Iphone 5. Techie people are in panic, they all wanted to acquire it no matter how much the cost is.

And how much more if it is given away for free?

Almost every site that I browsed, I will always encounter this ad about this Apple Iphone 5 that is given away for free. I am a techie person and I always found myself drooling every time  I encounter this ad.

But I really can't get it why people are giving away this Apple Iphone 5 just for free. So to my curiosity, one time, I really wanted to find out if its true. I thought to myself, this is now my chance to get this Iphone 5. But when I click it, I always got redirected.

Only to find out that this ad is open only to US residents. Therefore, if we will click this ad and we are not in the United States, we will get redirected somewhere else.

Until now, I really don't know if they are really really, really giving that Apple Iphone 5 for free! But what if its really true, I know there are a lot of techie people out there who wish to have this Iphone 5. So this could be your chance, just try it.

My warning, don't give away your confidential information (e.g. credit card number, bank account number, etc.) so that you will not fall to the hands of chisellers. I really wanted to try this for you guys but I always got redirected because I'm not in the United States right now, Im just here in my beloved hometown of Bogo City, Cebu in the Philippines.

So if you're living in the United States, you might want to try it, but always bear in mind my warning. Good luck guys!


If you want to try it now, just click on the image below. But always be careful.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Bogo's Cityhood was never unconstitutional - Supreme Court

The city status of Bogo was never been reverted to Municipality. The Supreme Court has put rest the cityhood case of the 16 cities which includes the City of Bogo and two other LGU's in Cebu (Carcar and Naga). With the Supreme Court's final ruling on constitutionality of cityhood laws of 16 LGUs, it is very clear that the City of Bogo remains a city since its plebiscite last June 16, 2007 up to the present.

For more details on this, read  related news:


SC: 16 new cities final



MANILA, Philippines -- The Supreme Court (SC) has declared final its ruling on the constitutionality of the laws that converted 16 municipalities into cities as it ordered an entry of judgment that would finally put the issue to rest.
Declared as constitutional were Republic Act No. 9389 (Baybay City in Leyte), RA 9390 (Bogo City in Cebu), RA 9391 (Catbalogan City in Samar), RA 9392 (Tandag City in Surigao del Sur), RA 9393 (Lamitan City in Basilan), RA 9394 (Borongan City in Samar), RA 9398 (Tayabas City in Quezon), RA 9404 (Tabuk City in Kalinga);
RA 9405 (Bayugan City in Agusan del Sur), RA 9407 (Batac City in Ilocos Norte), RA 9408 (Mati City in Davao Oriental), RA 9409 (Guihulngan City in Negros Oriental), RA 9434 (Cabadbaran City in Agusan del Norte), RA 9435 (El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental), RA 9436 (Carcar City in Cebu), and RA 9491 (Naga City in Cebu).
In a resolution written by Justice Lucas P. Bersamin, the SC ruled that it could not entertain the motion for reconsideration of the League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) of its April 12, 2011 resolution being a second motion for reconsideration pursuant to Sec. 2 of Rule 51 of the Rules of Court. 

SC: 16 cityhood laws constitutional, final

MANILA -- The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered its Clerk of Court to issue an entry of judgment on the cityhood case of 16 municipalities, sealing with finality the constitutionality of 16 Cityhood Laws.
Declared as constitutional were Republic Act (RA) nos. 9389 (Baybay City in Leyte), 9390 (Bogo City in Cebu), 9391 (Catbalogan City in Samar), 9392 (Tandag City in Surigao del Sur), 9393 (Lamitan City in Basilan), 9394 (Borongan City in Samar), 9398 (Tayabas City in Quezon), 9404 (Tabuk City in Kalinga), 9405 (Bayugan City in Agusan del Sur), 9407 (Batac City in Ilocos Norte), 9408 (Mati City in Davao Oriental), 9409 (Guihulngan City in Negros Oriental), 9434 (Cabadbaran City in Agusan del Norte), 9435 (El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental), 9436 (Carcar City in Cebu), and 9491 (Naga City in Cebu).
“The finality of the resolutions upholding the constitutionality of the 16 Cityhood Laws now absolutely warrants the granting of respondents’ Motion for Entry of Judgment,” the SC ruled.


Lawyer Estelito Mendoza, counsel for the 16 new cities, in a motion for entry of judgment dated May 9, 2011 has urged the SC to make an entry of judgment to make the cityhood laws final and executory and for the much needed Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) of the new cities to be finally released by the Department of Budget and Management.


READ MORE AT SUNSTAR


SC ends dispute on 16 cities

MANILA, Philippines - The Supreme Court has ended the legal dispute on the cityhood of 16 former towns in the country.
The high court ordered its clerk of court to issue an entry of judgment on the case, thus sealing with finality the constitutionality of the 16 cityhood laws.

Declared as constitutional were Republic Acts (RA) 9389 (Baybay City in Leyte), 9390 (Bogo City in Cebu), 9391 (Catbalogan City in Samar), 9392 (Tandag City in Surigao del Sur), 9393 (Lamitan City in Basilan), 9394 (Borongan City in Samar), 9398 (Tayabas City in Quezon), 9404 (Tabuk City in Kalinga), 9405 (Bayugan City in Agusan del Sur), 9407 (Batac City in Ilocos Norte), 9408 (Mati City in Davao Oriental), 9409 (Guihulngan City in Negros Oriental), 9434 (Cabadbaran City in Agusan del Norte), 9435 (El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental), 9436 (Carcar City in Cebu), and 9491 (Naga City in Cebu).

In an 8-page resolution penned by Justice Lucas Bersamin, the court said it cannot entertain the motion for reconsideration of petitioner League of Cities of the Philippines, et al. of its April 12, 2011 resolution.

READ MORE AT ABS-CBN NEWS


Friday, July 8, 2011

Famous Bogohanon - Mira Mae Dimmerling

Another Bogohanon has brought honor to the City of Bogo anew. Ms. Mira Mae Dimerling of Nailon, Bogo City, Cebu has won beauty title this past few months.

Last May 05 2011, the Mr. & Ms. Eco-Tourism Philippines – Cebu Leg pageant was held at Teatro Casino, Waterfront Hotel Cebu in Lahug, Cebu City. Ms. Dimmerling joined the contest representing the City of Bogo and she succeeded in her quest to take the title of Ms. Eco-Tourism Philippines – Cebu Leg. She also got 2 minor awards, the Miss Glutanine and Best in Casual Wear.

Mira Mae represented Cebu in the national level of Ms. Eco-Tourism Philippines which was held last June 18, 2011 at Canyon Cove Beach Club, Nasugbu, Batangas. She landed as 1st Runner Up.

She was warmly welcomed by the Bogohanons when she came home from Batangas after the pageant. No less than Bogo City Mayor Junie Martinez led the Bogohanons together with some City Hall departments as they welcomed Mira Mae.
Congratulations Mira Mae, the Bogohanons are very proud of you. We’re wishing more success in your career.

More power also to Mr. Lemuel Evangelista Rosos, one of famous designers in Cebu.

(Some photos are courtesy of Leitmotif Regalia on facebook)



Thursday, July 7, 2011

Programme and List of Graduates of Technical Skills Training

Here's the Programme for this afternoon's graduation ceremony of the Bogo Lites Center. Included also are the names of the graduates who finished their respective technical skills training course.






PROGRAMME



PART 1
HOLY MASS (2:00 P.M.)
Venue:
Bogo LiteS Center
Presider:
Rev. Fr. Joseph Arnel Mante




PART 11
GRADUATION CEREMONY

Processional
Graduates, Parents & Guests
Phil. National Anthem
City of Bogo Employees Chorale
Bogo Hymn
City of Bogo Employees Chorale
Words of Welcome
Hon. Santiago M. Oliamot
SP, Chair on Livelihood & Poverty Alleviation
Presentation of Graduates
Engr. Elenita Y. Ursal
Bogo Lites Center Administrator
CTEC Coordinator
Confirmation of Graduates
Dir. Buenafe S. Sta. Rita
Assist. Regional Director, TESDA VII
Provincial Director, TESDA Cebu
Distribution and Awarding of
Hon. Celestino E. Martinez Jr.
     of Certificates
City Mayor, City of Bogo
Dir. Buenafe S. Sta. Rita
Assist. Regional Director, TESDA VII
Provincial Director, TESDA Cebu
Hon. Santiago A. Sevilla
City Vice Mayor, City of Bogo
Board of Directors - Bogo Lites Center
Giving of Testimonies
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Inspirational Message
Hon. Celestino E. Martinez Jr.
City Mayor, City of Bogo
Graduation Offering
City of Bogo Employees Chorale
Parting Words
Mr. Dante J. Mayor
City Budget Officer
Board of Director - Bogo Lites Center







CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION




SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING NC II (SMAW NC II)
NAME
ADDRESS
Adam Owen T. Labayos
Pandan, Bogo City
Alejandro N. Ybanez
Pandan, Bogo City
Andelo B. Villafuente
Bantayan, Cebu
Anecito M. Ocnas
Taytayan, Bogo City
Arjen P. Micarsos
Nailon, Bogo City
Dario C. Alivio, Jr.
Nailon, Bogo City
Doriann J. Dungog
Pandan, Bogo City
Edmark P. Caayon
Marangog, Bogo City
Eduardo B. Alburo, Jr.
Nailon, Bogo City
Elener A. Bolambao
Marangog, Bogo City
Fraytz Jerard L. Quilo-an
Libertad, Bogo City
Jake M. Montealto
Tabogon, Cebu
Janine P. Sollano
Tabogon, Cebu
Jason Q. Pedrano
Anonang Norte, Bogo City
Jeffremer B. Illut
Sta. Fe, Cebu
Jerico V. Misa
San Remigio, Cebu
Jessie Noeh C. Masong
Binabag, Bogo City
Jingle B. Disabille
Sta. Fe, Cebu
John Micheal M. Suansing
Tabogon, Cebu
Johnny L. Gelig
Gairan, Bogo City
Joland L. Pagobo
Tabogon, Cebu
Jovan J. Mangubat
Borbon, Cebu
Jovannie P. Pagobo
Tabogon, Cebu
June Ilyn C. Terado
Sambag, Bogo City
Junjun Vivencio N. Regala
Don Pedro, Bogo City
Junrey E. Pogoy
Bantayan, Cebu
Junrey N. Mediana
Banban, Bogo City
Juspher R. Ochea
Siocon, Bogo City
Kevin D. Malinao
Nailon, Bogo City
Leo Y. Valiente
Tabogon, Cebu
Lloid Vincent M. Ocnas
Taytayan, Bogo City
Loige C. Duan
Tabogon, Cebu
Luisito M. Ocnas
Taytayan, Bogo City
Mark June A. Metante
Libertad, Bogo City
Reman B. Piape
Nailon, Bogo City
Renan J. Illustrisimo
Bantayan, Cebu
Renato Araneta
Cayang, Bogo City
Reymond I. Rosos
Taytayan, Bogo City
Rimon B. Casas
Borbon, Cebu
Ryan S. Medel
Pandan, Bogo City
Sean Kierby S. Sepulveda
Borbon, Cebu
Urbano L. Piasan, Jr.
Nailon, Bogo City
Vincent M. Pabiran
Tabogon, Cebu
Woodrow M. Congson
Gairan, Bogo City
HOUSEKEEPING NC II
NAME
ADDRESS
Catherine M. Damayo
Medellin, Cebu
Chene del N. Alegre
Anonang Norte, Bogo City
Chrislyn S. Lacno
Borbon, Cebu
Elyn V. Arpon
Dakit, Bogo Cebu
Irish Christine Pearl P. Flores
Tabogon, Cebu
Jenilyn B. Pluta
Taytayan, Bogo City
Julie Ann Fernan
Marangog, Bogo City
Juvynal A. Pevida
Libertad, Bogo City
Kate Virnie F. Povadora
Tabogon, Cebu
Lyndon A. Ygot
Libertad, Bogo City
Ma. Fe V. Epe
Cayang, Bogo City
Madix Lej C. Escolar
La Paz, Bogo City
Maria Celina C. Garcia
Cogon, Bogo City
Roceles T. Dela Rama
Tabogon, Cebu
Rogelio P. Casiano, Jr.
Libertad, Bogo City
Rowena B. Potot
La Paz, Bogo City
SEWING
Aileen A. Mori
Joan M. Conde
Aireen R. Casiano
Jocelyn Jurcales
Airen Tudtud
John Mark B. Arias
Aloha S. Ibanada
Jonna A. Catamco
Amelita B. Mediana
Joseph Pineda
Analou I. Malinao
Josie D. Pepito
Analyn B. Tamayo
Kharen C. Pelayo
Analyn Jurado
Lalin A. Malingin
Anelyn F. Amit
Larie M. Ursal
Angeli B. Torres
Leah O. Aton
Annabel Butaslac
Leciel B. Bongo
Annalie M. Aton
Leomarie S. Pagobo
Benrie S. Ibanda
Leonisa P. Maitum
Buenafe Lumongsod
Liezel Ursabia
Catherine B. Ruelo
Loygen Querobin
Cathylyn Rufo
Ma. Nene Alburo
Cindy A. Masangki
Ma. Vilma B. Tumulak
Concordio M. Ngoho
Mae C. Ursal
Cristhey Pevida
Manilyn V. Ramirez
Cristine N. Sumarago
Margie D. Alburo
Dechel Aque
Maricel Monares
Diana L. Manzo
Marilou I. Ancero
Doris Abe
Marilyn M. Toralba
Eddieza Japal
Marivel O. Pacaldo
Emmelyn B. Tumulak
Marlon V. Ramirez
Eric M. Nacario
Mary Jane B. Edisan
Ermie Setosta
Melba Y. Escolar
Eva Jane Arranguez
Mercy S. Manalili
Genevie P. Andales
Metzi A. Inoc
Gerlie V. Toñacao
Michelle Ann Derrota
Gerwena V. Ancero
Mona Luna Araneta
Gina Gesta
Patrice C. Catarata
Glinda O. Piape
Presly B. Toñacao
Gretchen Ylanan
Princess Lyn M. Montellano
Harney M. Olasiman
Racky P. Visavilla
Hasset Pelaez
Recy A. Lequin
Ires Metante
Regina Belarmina
Irish P. Nailon
Reglyn T. Povadora
Janeth Collamar
Reynaldo T. Sumayang
Jaymar M. Gloria
Richmon C. Ting, Jr.
Jaymarry S.Maglasang
Rose Ann G. Perez
Jean B. Bontog
Rowel S. Bertulfo
Jelly Ann O. Tumulak
Roxan M. Ypil
Jemaica M. Bercero
Sheila Arriesgado
Jhun Rey Agcang
Sheila C. Arpon
Jimmy Querobin
Sheryl P. Canama
Jinky Y. Potot
Susana Arnado

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