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Camiguin joins the country’s ASEAN Landmark Lighting

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, August 8 (PIA)—As one of the 50 cities and provinces around the country chosen to participate and spearhead the ASEAN Landmark Lighting, the provincial government here conducted various activities to show their commitment to continuously accept the challenge to become one with the vision of ASEAN on August 8.

 

“Our Province aims to become a strong partner of the country and of the Association of South East Asian Nations in order to encourage and engage the world to achieve the much desired change towards a better world,” Governor Maria Luisa Romualdo said.

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The governor also stressed that the province’s ability to pull off such event is one of the proofs that Camiguin has become champion in almost all facets especially in being able to rise and move forward while preserving the natural resources.

 

Furthermore, during the said event, the provincial government conducted a food bazaar, Inter High School Balak Contest (poem presentation), ASEAN Nation Parade, ASEAN Landmark Lighting, folk dance presentation, mass dancing, fireworks display, launching of the Lanzones Festival 2017 Photo Gallery, Inter High School Harana Contest, and Live Concert and Party.

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Various schools, offices and institutions graced the event along with the hundreds of residents of the province.

 

Participants of the parade brought with them flaglets of the ASEAN country members and the children were clad in the national costumes of the ASEAN countries.

 

The ASEAN landmark was lighted at 7PM tailed by the fireworks display which lasted for a few minutes.(RTP/PIA10)

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Cebuano News: DepEd gapahigayo’g District Meet sa Mambajao

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, July 24 (PIA)—Aron mapausbaw ang bili sa sportsmanship sa mga dula ug himsug nga estilo sa panginabuhi, ug maamuma ang teamwork ug panag-uban sa mga estudyante, ang Department of Educaito, Mambajao District nagpahigayon sa District Meet sa probinsiya niadtong Hulyo 21.

 

Mga estudyante gikan sa pampublikong elementarya ug hayiskol nga mga eskwelahan nitambong sa maong kalihokan nga gisugdan sa usa ka parada tuyok sa Poblacion nga erya sa munisipyo.

 

Lain-laing mga sports events ang gipausbaw karong tuiga ang lakip niini ang Sepak Takraw, volleyball, badminton, lawn tennis, football ug basketball.

 

20170724Ang mga mananaog sa District Meet aduna’y higayon nga makatigi sa Provincial Meet ug mamahimong representante sa probinsiya aron sa Regional Meet.

 

Ang kagamhanang lokal miingon nga ang maong kalihokan nagtumong nga mahimsug ang mga taga-Mambajao, ipausbaw ang turismo sa sports sa lugar ug mapalambo ang potensyal nga mga atleta nga mao’y murepresentar sa Camiguin sa mga lain pang indigay.(RTP/PIA10)

DepEd holds District Meet in Mambajao

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, July 24 (PIA)—To promote the value of sportsmanship during games and healthy lifestyle, and foster teamwork and camaraderie among students, the Department of Education, Mambajao District held the District Meet in the province on July 21.

Students from public elementary and high schools joined in the event that kicked off with a parade around the Poblacion area of the town.

Various events were highlighted in this year’s meet and these include Sepak Takraw, volleyball, badminton, lawn tennis, football and baseball.

20170724bWinners of the District Meet will get a chance to compete in the Provincial Meet and eventually represent the province for the Regional Meet.

The municipal government said that such activity aims to have healthy Mambajaonons, promote sports tourism in the town and develop potential athletes to represent Camiguin in future competitions.(RTP/PIA10)

Cebuano News: Camiguin gasaulog sa NDPR week

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CAMIGUIN, July 21 (PIA)—Isip pagsaulog sa 39th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation week nga ginalansad kada tuig sa Hulyo 17-21, ang probinsiya sa Camiguin pinaagi sa mga Municipal Social Welfare and Development Offices nagpahigayon ug lain-laing kalihokan aron mapatugbaw ang papel sa mga persons with disability (PWD) sa pagpalig-on sa nausd, ug mabulig ang ilang mga katungod ug pribilehiyo.

 

Aron sugdan ang kalihokan, ang Mambajao MSWDO nagpahigayon ug gift giving sa Mambajao Municipal Building Lobby niadtong Hulyo 14 apil na usab ang pagpahigayon sa PWD Got Talent sa parehong adlaw.

 

Ang mga PWDs usab nagpakita sa ilang talento sa Slogan and Poster Making Contest.

 

20170724cMiingon ang PSWDO ang maong kalihokan gaisaulog matag tuig sa proinsiya aron mapagana ang kahibalo sa publiko sa mga isyu ug problema sa kakulangan apil na usab aron madasig ang matag miyembro sa komunidad nga mukuha’g aktibo nga responsibilidad para mapataas ang ekonomiko ug katilingabanong kondisyon sa tanang PWDs sa probinsiya.

 

Ang tema karong tuiga nagpokus sa pagtinuod sa mga masukarong kagawasan ug katungod sa mga PWDs isip gihatag na kini sa eksistidong internasyonal nga mandato ug nasyonal nga balaod.(RTP/PIA10)

‘Bring your own bayong’ takes effect in Mambajao

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, June 16 (PIA) – With the aim to preserve the environment and aid in the information dissemination on the importance of taking care of the natural resources, the municipal government of Mambajao implements the “Bring Your Own Bayong” (bag) in all commercial establishments since June 1, 2017.

This is in line with the Municipal Ordinance No. 09-12-2015 or the ordinance regulating all commercial establishments from using plastic/cellophane materials utilized as bags or containers for all commercial goods including perishable commodities and prescribing penalties for violation thereof.  camiguin2

A dry run was conducted everyWednesday on December 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017 which was seen to have a good impact towards inculcating the habit of the people in bringing their own grocery bags.

Failure to observe such ordinance will entail penalties based on the frequency of violation. For first offense, violators will have to pay P500, second offense at P1,000 and third offense will be paid at P2,500 and/or imprisonment of more than six months upon the discretion of the court and in the case of business establishments, cancellation of their license to operate for the period of one year.(RTP/PIA10)

2017 Mt. Hibok-Hibok Triathlon champs named

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MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, May 8 (PIA)—To strengthen the sports tourism in the province, Promote Camiguin in partnership with the municipality of Mambajao and provincial government of Camiguin held the third Mt. Hibok-Hibok Triathlon on May 6-7.

 

About 75 sports enthusiasts participated in the swimming, biking and running event for this year. The race started with the 1.5km swimming race at White Island, Yumbing, Mambajao followed by the 64km biking event around the island and 10km run at Yumbing, Baylao.

 

Gilbert Grado, sports coordinator of Mambajao local government, said that the triathlon also aims to foster healthy lifestyle among the island’s constituents and youth development.

 

This year, Brian Borling of the Omega Tri Team bagged the overall championship for the men’s category as he finished the race at 2:59:05 hours. Tailing him are Jonathan Pagaura of TriBohol and Mark Balanay who respectively completed the race at 3:07:39 and 3:08:21 hours.

 

13256533_1733614656881593_698965475575214272_n.jpgFor  the women’s category, Leyann Ramo of Iligan Archangels emerged as the overall champion as she finished at 3:13:58 hours. Sittie Amina Dimaporo of Lanao del Norte Tri earned the first place after completing the race at 3:33:45 hours while Jenefer Paloma of Tri Mamba and Danica Rose Peligrino of GTRI/GUMS took the second and third places as they finished at 3:43:57 and 4:33:54 hours respectively.

 

Various events were also held for specific age ranges starting from 24 and below to 50 and above.

 

Bartolata and Jeffrey Real of TriBohol bagged the first place in the relay event finishing at 3:15:49. They are followed by Alex Dvorkin and Lain de Joux also from Tribohol (3:17:24), and Roldan Chan and Romeo Rago of the LGU Mambajao (3:39:38).(RTP/PIA10)

 

LGU appeals cooperation from fish vendors, middle men

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MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, December 28 (PIA) – While finding effective ways to bring down the prices of fresh catch fish at the Mambajao Public Market, local officials are appealing for cooperation from stakeholders.

Soaring prices of meat, along with vegetables have been a growing concern here and the local government unit has been trying out measures to address the issue.

Mambajao Sangguniang Bayan member Norgene L. Ceniza expressed the intent of Mayor Jurdin Jesus Romualdo to help out the vendors and the fisherfolk, but ultimately to bring relief to the consumers.

Ceniza said the chief executive is eyeing also on reducing the prices of agricultural produce but for now putting its priority in resolving the prices of fish meat at the local market here. (JCV/PIA 10)

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Mushroom production eyed in Mambajao

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Mushroom production eyed in Mambajao

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, April 28 (PIA) — Local agriculturists and farmers alike, recently undergone a 3-day mushroom culture production training to provide appropriate technology and be able to counter the demand in the local market soon.

The activity was initiated by the local government unit of Mambajao in hope to provide additional agri-livelihood that will augment the income of the farmers.

Agriculturist Peter Eñola said mushroom is ideal because it can be grown commercially or in small-scale using cheap materials and agricultural waste.

“Mushroom is one of the most delicate plant to grow, and securing spawns here in the island is a challenge that we are also facing, that is why part of the training was also teaching participants how to propagate the mushrooms,” Eñola added.

Mushroom culture in the province is still on its early phase, some farmers have successfully produced, but still small scale, and this technology transfer is hoped to perk up the industry. (JCV/PIA -10)

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DTI-Camiguin, chamber spearhead business consultative confab

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DTI-Camiguin, chamber spearhead business consultative confab

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, January 29 (PIA) — The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Camiguin Provincial Office, in partnership with the Camiguin Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. (CCCI).,  has spearheaded a Consultative Meeting with the Poblacion Barangay Council of Mambajao and the local business sectors  on 20 January 2016, at the height of the Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) registrations.

The Consultative Meeting was aimed at being the right forum for data gathering and clarification from the Poblacion Barangay Council Officers regarding the implementation of an ordinance, specifically Barangay Ordinance No. 2014-01 increasing the Barangay Business Clearance Permit, approved from the barangay level on July 21, 2014 and further approved by the Sangguniang Bayan of Mambajao on January 19, 2015.

The business community requested for a possible refinement and amendment of the ordinance.  Majority of its members,  led by the CCCI President Nelpher Catacutan said they had a vague understanding in  the implementation of the ordinance as the fees were allegedly deemed excessive,  hastily implemented, not well disseminated  and are yet to be standardized.

Punong barangay Rodin Modina Romualdo represented the Poblacion Barangay Council and properly explained how the ordinance has been formulated in the purpose on increasing local revenues and taxes and in an appropriate manner been expressing his openness for an open dialogue regarding this issue.

The two parties made agreements where Punong Barangay Romualdo assured the members of the CCCI and the whole business community that by first week February 2016, the Barangay Council of Poblacion Mambajao will convene inviting representatives CCCI, Mambajao Business Community, DTI, and other interested parties to discuss the possibility of amending the imposed Barangay Business Clearance Fees, improved the crafting of the Barangay Ordinance, and make recommendations to the council to improve and enhance the relationship between the business community and the Barangay Council.

Next steps include a tax mapping activity to be organized by the Barangay Council after the close of the renewal time of securing business licensing permits to validate the capitalization indicated by the businessmen at their application forms.

The CCCI is a business advocate of private sector concerns, economic counselor, trade facilitator, government relations officer, liaison to the public sector, investment promoter and, most importantly, a partner in local economic development, among others.

The DTI acts as a secretariat and advocacy partner of the CCCI, whose principal function was to promote and enhance the growth of the existing and thriving industries in the country and a partner in local development.

Under the Local Government Code of the Philippines, the LGUs have common revenue raising powers like the barangay clearance,  which is one of the requirements for any municipality to issue permits and licenses for business activities and for such clearance, the sangguniang barangay may impose a reasonable fee. (Zita M. Abellare, DTI-Camiguin, Camiguin PIA-iNet)