TV stars to join 75th
Bacolod Charter Day
The 75th Charter anniversary of Bacolod City will be joined by GMA television stars LJ Reyes and Gabby Eigenmann, 7 p.m. on June 15 at the Bacolod public plaza, a press release from the station said.
The network stars will also join the barangay street dancing parade from Araneta Street to the public plaza, and residents and tourists will be treated to an evening of entertainment with fun games and surprises, the press release also said.
Admission is for free. For more details, those interested may contact the station’s Events and Promo Department at (034) 434-6254.
The “Kapuso Baranggayan” was also held in Brgy. Luna, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental during the fiesta celebration at the Caduha-an High School Extension recently.
Cadiznons enjoyed the parlor games hosted by RGMA Campus DJ Papa Marco and the entertainment rendered by the funny duo Aya and Silver, the press release added.*
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Silay holds first
The first “Kwatro Kantos” skate, spray, ink and rock show was held at the Silay City public plaza covered court recently in line with the 56th Charter anniversary of the city, a press release from the city said.
The multi-event that included skateboarding, tattoo, and graffiti competitions, and a rock festival, was initiated to show the talents of the present generation. Around 25 bands from Silay, San Carlos, Kabankalan, Cadiz cities in Negros Occidental, and from Iloilo, participated in the rockfest, the press release also said.
It was organized by Norman Rey Martin Gaston, Johnson Lopez, Richard Puey, Alejandro Aurelio, Ian Valladarez, Alvin Infante, James Kent Javier and Pkol Dumancas.
Meanwhile, the Agriculture Day will be held 8 a.m. today, the press release added.*
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Inmates giving free haircuts
to students in San Carlos
Inmates of the San Carlos City Jail in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, are giving free haircut services to students of the Cong. Vicente Gustillo Sr. Memorial School from June 7 to 11, a press release from the city jail said.
The community service is part of the memorandum of agreement on the “Adopt a School” project between the San Carlos City Jail and the school, and will benefit 200 pupils, the press release also said.
The activity, a brainchild of jail warden Senior Insp. Castle Masip, started last year. School principal Reynold Montebon said he is thankful to the inmates and the jail for the service, the press release added*
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