Lin-ay sg Negros Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo and his wife former Councilor Shalani Soledad, with Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. and Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson, Provincial Veterenarian Renante Decena, Provincial Agriculturist Igmedio Tabianan, Lorendo Meniel of DA Region 6, Carlito Delfin of the Aquatic Resources Region 6 with some of the awardees of the Pasidungog sang Panguma, Pangisda kag Pangkasapatan*
( Andy Alvarez photo )

Panaad sales hit P6M

The gross sales of the 22 nd Panaad sa Negros festival at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City reached P6,179,509, an increase of about 12 percent compared to last year's with only P5,542,258 .

This was disclosed by Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr, when he spoke before the crowd of more than 1,000 Negrenses at the closing rites of the festival last night.

Of the P6,179,509 total sales of the Panaad festival this year, P3,704,785 came from the LGU Pavilions, P700,000 from the garden show, P753,000 from the organic village, and the rest were from the live stock and dairy fair. These figures covered only up to noon yesterday. .moremoremore

68 farmers,
fishermen get awards

The 5 th Pasidungog sa Panguma, Pangisda kag Pangkasapatan awards went to 68 Negrenses on Saturday at the Panaad Stadium in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City.

These went to 25 farmers, 19 livestock raisers, 9 fishermen, 9 Pagkaon scholars, 4 for women and youth and 2 for Lin-ay sang Negros candidates.

Governor Alfredo Marañon said this is a way of thanking them for ensuring food security in the province.moremoremore

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Degamo belies consensus
to revive one-region plan

The Department of Interior and Local Government held an orientation on a manual on disaster preparedness recently with about a hundred participants from the local government units, academe, civil society groups, in Dumaguete City.

The DILG saw the need to assist the local chief executives with disaster preparedness since they are the frontliners in the community during calamities, DILG provincial director Dennis Quiñones said in a press release.

DILG wants to strengthen their capacity the active participation of LGUs in responding to calamities and disasters .moremoremore