Friday, July 31, 2009

THINK DIFFERENTLY

THINK DIFFERENT
ALIMUKON W/ CSCRO No. 5 presents . . . "Estancia"
(Tabaco, Albay after typhoon Reming)
(CSCRO No. 5 officials and employees during a flag retreat ceremony)
(CSCRO No. 5 Dir. IV Cecilia R. Nieto [ fifth from left] and Dir. III Salvador C. Villarosa, Jr. [left corner] with Jocelyn L. Marifosque [seventh from left] and the staff of the Examination Service Division with some teachers of Rawis Elementary School).

The most promising place in Albay today, specifically in Legaspi City, is Barangay Estancia. Located at the highest elevation in the City or maybe, in the entre province of Albay, the place is x x x . Compliment of Alimukon.com in coordination with CSCRO No. V . . . see it for yourself (DOUBLE CLICK HERE . . .)

Saturday, July 18, 2009

CSCRO NO. 5


The weather was good in early morning on July 14, 2009 when a plane from Manila landed at Legaspi City Airport in Albay with a passenger on board to look for a man who, not known to many, touches the lives not only of his fellow government workers - but also of those residing in his community. A man who, due to hardship of life in Manila resettled in a Barangay somewhere in Estancia, a place without any means of transportation, to put up a structure he can call a home for his family. A man, who loaned from a financing institution to purchase a motorcycle and thereafter organized motorcycle owners in his community to provide transport for their neighborhood. A man, who despite earning less than Two Thousand Pesos (P 2,000.00) monthly manages to donate their used toilet bowl to benefit the children of a public school in his community, deprived of clean toilet. A man who returned a wallet by searching for a woman whose picture appears in the walltet he found, whose husband was working as a technician on top of the highest peak in the entire Legaspi City. It is then but fitting to climb the highest mountain and to raise a flag if necessary for everybody to know that the good deed of this person is worhthy to be emulated and for the public to know that government after all is on top of the situation with personnel who possesses the integrity worthy of the people's trust.

The CSCRO No. V . . . (DOUBLE CLICK HERE . . .)

Sunday, April 19, 2009

BE INSPIRED!

Let's go on with our lives LEAD! This is a very inspirational film by LASSERSPEED007

Saturday, March 21, 2009

PRO ENVIRONMENT CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY

After a school project we did for Sacred Heart Academy of Novaliches of the Zabarte's for the benefit of the Boy Scout of the Philippines at SHAN, which we have not yet posted at SHAN's site , a site we created for the benefit of SHAN's students; and, after our recent project with NOVA, which supports our advocacy projects through all this years, we were invited by Dobel Dizon, Grade III, teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (OLLCS) to do a documentary of the Grade III students' Field Demonstration. We covered the entire program, indeed, for a fund raising activity for the benefit of the Grade III Parents Coordinating Council and the school.

The last time we helped a fund raising activity at the OLLCS was in December of 2007, i.e., OLLCS' FAMILY DAY!. It's been quite sometime since we have not met our dear friend, Fr. Albert N. Delvo, who was originally from the mission with Claret, before he joined the Diocese of His Emminence, Bishop Antonio R. Tobias, the Diocese of Novaliches. From the Diocese of Ilagan, to the Diocese of Baguio City, we're now back in Caloocan City.
The theme of the OLLCS Field Demonstration: "Hello! World, a Call for survival" was relevant to the present day environmental crisis - to inculcate in our Children's mind the importance of saving our planet Earth from global warming. The last project with did for our environmental advocacy was that of CSC's Centennial Forest entitled: An Environmental Friendly Work Place, which was already syndicated by technorati and other sites. It is not only the children that should play their role - it must be Us . . . their parents - for our children's future.

In the days to come we shall present in this site the children's presentation. It's sad, however, that this shall be the last year that Teacher Jobel Dizon shall be with the OLLCS as she shall be going home in their province in Lucena, Quezon. This we dedicate to Teacher Dobel (double click here to see their site . . . }


Saturday, August 30, 2008

ROBERT T. RIVERA & THE SAGRADA FAMILIA PROJECT




Others thought that having a blogsite, taking pictures of well known personalites or coming out with a DVD video production means lot of money, a misnomer. About a month ago Ate Bella Dimayuga of Bellstar Promotion asked us to help her: who are we to say no to this nationalistic lady, who has helped thousands of Filipino talents to find jobs abroad in Japan (but, that was more than a decade ago). When she said that the name of the group was Philippine Juicy Fruits and that, she named it after Philippine Fruits to promote these four young and very talented ladies abroad including our country and its fruits, we became more interested. Ate Bella, is a very religious person, a Gawad Kalinga Awardee at that: who would ever ask the nobility of her intention. Usec. Robert T. Rivera was still then in US attending classes at Harvard, when Ate Bella was coordinating with NBN 4 at Usec. Rivera's show Pilipinas Ngayon Na! for the launching of the Philippine Juicy Fruits. Only after three days upon arrival he went straight to the set to help Ate Bella, just the way he did during that fateful day when President Fidel V. Ramos was the guest in his show, saving the near collapse of the Republic and the 54th FAMAS Awards, the show went on. The launching of the Philippine Juicy Fruits was a success! Not because of money, but more on our faith and belief in the project, the talents and Ate Bella's vision. It was picked-up and syndicated by the different media group, you search for the name Philippine Juicy Fruits in Yahoo or Google search engine and there they are. We leave the rest to the Supreme Being, for we believe that these four young and very talented singers deserves to be heard regardless of the price. Talents are priceless, just hear them sing and you can judge them by yourself. I can't express in words how talented these youngsters ages 16 to 18, are.


After Ate Bella's talents, it was providential that we met this 90-year old nationalistic person, who has been in public service for more than 60 decades, Sister Ligaya Jorge, whose Church, the "Sagrada Familia Parish" shall be celebrating its Silver Anniversary with no less than His Eminence Bishop Deogracias Yñiguez to bless their newly constructed edifice as a Church. Actually, Sagrada Familia has been in existence for more than 50 years. After knowing its history, we find the project very interesting. Thus, we took the risk to venture out of meager resources. Unlike our other missionary work such as the Parish of Cauayan in Isabela, the project we did at our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Camarin, Caloocan City, of Fr. Albert Delvo under the Diocese of Bishop Antonio Tobias, the Kalibo SPED CENTER in Aklan, which were all missionary projects to propagate advocacies through technological advancement: "the Silver Anniversary of Sagrada Familia Project in Digital Presentation", is different. We used a DVD format in the latter project, the post production is an intricate one and we need to produce DVD's at an affordable price for the Parishioners out of the meager budget we have. Yet, God has its own way of doing things. I remember Usec. Robert T. Rivera saying: "God loves the Philippines, ano mang sakuna o kahirapan eh . . . malulusutan din natin!


I hope this reaches our friends, Bishop Antonio Tobias, the friend of the Sagrada Familia Parish, Bishop Deogracias Yñiguez, the newly installed Bishop of Isabela, His Emminence Bishop Joseph A. Nacua, who came all the way from Zamboanga, the Parishioners of Sagrada Familia and their community, herewith is a glimpse of your Silver Anniversary Presentation, in honor of our friend, Sister Ligaya P. Jorge. As Usec. Robert T. Rivera used to say: God Loves the Philippines! A glimpse of Sagrada Familia's Re-dedication as a Church, in You Tube:





Tuesday, August 19, 2008

OIL AT THE ALTAR



After eight years of fund raising activities to build a Church for the community of Christians at 6th Avenue in Caloocan City, the relentless efforts of the Parish Pastoral Council and the Parishioners of the Sagrada Familia Parish finally bear fruits. Oil was poured by Bishop Deogracias Yniguez at the altar of the Parish on August 16, 2008, a symbol sanctifying the edifice as a Church. The long cherished dream of a dear friend, Sister Ligaya P. Jorge, the Finance Committee Chairman of the Parish Pastoral Council, a woman of integrity, strength and courage, whose commitment to public service have not diminished through the years, now became a reality. Another endeavor that Sister Ligaya P. Jorge humbly stirred quietly. It has been an honor to have been given a privilege to document the Celebration.

DRA. LIGAYA PAGUIO JORGE



Sister Ligaya Paguio Jorge, Finance Committee Chairman of the Sagrada Familia Parish at Banal St., 6th Avenue, Caloocan City, invited us to cover the Silver Anniversary of the Sagrada Familia Parish Celebration from August 15 - 17, 2008. Sister Ligaya, now 90 years old, is still active in advocacy works (now, in their Church), which was originally founded by her uncle with other original residents in Banal Street fifty years ago. Sister Ligaya Jorge was the former Assistant Secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), a Director at the Civil Service Commission, founder of the Personnel Officers Association of the Philippines (POAP), Member of the Board of Trustees, Girl Scout of the Philippines, among others. We shall soon publish in this site the coverage we did. Sagrada Familia Parish' was a unique Church. It was founded, established and managed by its Parishioners for fifty years.

One of the highlight in the affair was the coronation night of "Prinsesa and Principe of the Parish for 2008" on August 15, 2008 followed by the Sanctification of the Church and a dinner concert on August 16, 2008.

(Inset picture above: Sister Ligaya P. Jorge [far left] with Bishop Deogracias Yniguez and Fr. Jun Bartolome [5th and 6th person from left]. Inset picture below: Crowning of Prinsesa at Prinipe ng Sagrada Familia, a project of the Family and Life Ministry of the Sagrada Familia Parish.)