Stars join Minuluan Fest
GMA Television Network stars Julie Ann San Jose, Rachelle Ann Go, Rafael Rosell and Mike Tan joined in the celebration of the 14th Minuluan Festival of Talisay City, Negros Occidental, recently, a press release from the station said.
A Kapuso Baranggayan with fun games and prizes, and performances of Dance Fest 2013 grand champion, Critical Breakdown, and stand-up comedians Aya and Silver were also held, the press release also said.
For schedules of other events and shows, those interested may contact the station’s Events ad Promo Department at (034) 434-6254, or checkout the GMA Bacolod Facebook page, the press release added.*
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Mr. and Ms. UNO-R,
dance winners named
The candidates of the colleges of Arts and Sciences and Education, who won as Mr. and Ms. University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos 2013, were crowned at the university gymnasium Tuesday night, a press release from the school said.
Juddson Keith Caballero of CAS and Ernestine Flores Lavilia of CoED also bagged the Mr. and Ms. Photogenic, Best in Fun Wear, Best in Production Number and Best in Formal Wear awards, the press release also said.
Kevin Liboon of CoEd and Marie Angela Madamesila of the High School Department were first runners-up, and Erwin Jay Zinampan of the College of Business and Accountancy and Nilsey Briones of CAS, second runners-up.
Synergy dancers from San Carlos City and grand finalist Chaeremon Basa of Pilipinas Got Talent performed air dancing and bar flair-tending, respectively, the press release said.
Religious and lay administrators, faculty members and employees of UNO-R also performed in the street dance competition in a number titled “Bayle ala Sinulog,”, during the celebration of the Feast of St. Nicholas de Tolentino Monday.
The Green Team won as champion, Best in Costume and Best in Choreography; Red – first runner-up, Yellow – second runner-up and the Most Participative Team, and the Blue Team as the Most Disciplined. They each received a cash prize and a trophy in the event organized the UNO-R Human Resource Management Office and the University Week Executive Committee, and co-sponsored by ABS-CBN and MOR, the press release also said.
The street-dancing competition was one of the highlights of the University Week celebration, on the theme “Reliving Faith: Renew, Redefine, Revitalize”, that will end Saturday, the press release added.*
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Bacolod church turns 65
The Fellowship Baptist Church-Bacolod is celebrating its 65th anniversary with a series of activities, on the theme “Earnestly Contend for the Faith”, its press release said.
These include a church banquet, featuring a 65-voice men’s choir, that will be held at the La Proa Ballroom of L’Fisher Hotel on Friday; an inter-organizational fellowship and double quarter contest, Sept. 15; a medical mission at the church premises at Mercedes Avenue near Libertad Market, Sept. 21; and a speech choir contest, Sept. 22, the press release also said.
The celebration started with a motorcade and family outing, Aug. 31, at La Costa Brava clubhouse in Talisay City, Negros Occidental. The FBC also held the dedication of the Rev. Dr. Jose L. Latorilla Sr. Hall, Sept. 1 and a choir contest, Sept. 8. A “Night of Hymns” during the 5:30 p.m. service on Sept. 29 will cap the celebration, the press release said.
The church also scheduled its worship services at 9:30 a.m. in all Sundays of September, the press release added.*
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9th MassKara healthy
baby, kid contest on
The 9th MassKara “Healthy Baby and Kid Contest 2013” will be held at Robinsons Place Bacolod on October 11 for the preliminary and October 20 for the final competition, a press release from organizers said.
It is presented by the Cebu Institute of Medicine Alumni Association, Negros Occidental Chapter, VMA Global College, Circulo de Bacolod Inc., and the Philippine Pediatric Society Inc., Western Visayas Chapter, the press release also said.
For more details, those interested may contact Dr. Severo Lacson II, executive producer, at 0918-8888894, the press release added.*
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