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Showing posts from September, 2012

2nd Kabankalan City Interhospital Sportsfest

Four local hospitals are competing for the 2nd Kabankalan City Interhospital Sportsfest with the theme, "Gearing to be Healthy through Sports." Games are scheduled to start September 29 until October 27, 2012. 
Participating Hospitals: Dr. Gumersindo Garcia Sr. Memorial HospitalKabankalan City HospitalLorenzo D. Zayco District HospitalSouthern Negros Doctors' Hospital Catch the games at the Kabankalan City Cultural and Sports Center.

WVSU-ECHC pays Tribute to former Campus Administrator

Photo Edited by: Kit Ian Bayotas

West Visayas State University-Extension Campus at Himamaylan City Family remembered former Campus Administrator Prof. Arturo O. Auñgon with poignant stories and words of appreciation at a tribute service, Sir Art’s Day, for the man who led the university from 2007 – 2012.
Prof.  Auñgon, WVSU-ECHC’s second Campus Administrator, died January 8 at his home in Jaro, Iloilo. The tribute was conceptualized by the Young Educators’ Guild (YEG). The program was named as such as he was fondly called “Sir Art” by everyone. 
There were about 400 members of the university and several from the LGU who came together to celebrate Sir Art’s Day that was held at the Education Building lobby. He was remembered for improving the relationship between the university and Himamaylan City, his visionary leadership in developing the campus and understanding the importance of creating a knowledge economy, and his commitment to inclusiveness and service to others. The tribute serv…

SC Family Day 2012

Southland College Preschool Department's family day activity held at Zaycoland Resort and Hotel. An estimated 60 participants attended the event. 

Kabankalan City Tourism Week 2012

Starting today until September 14, K-City celebrates its Tourism Week for 2012. Last year, they had this photo exhibit at Gaisano Grand. The theme for this year's Tourism Week is, "Tourism and Sustainable Energy: Powering Sustainable Development."

There are paintings and photos on display by local artists.

These mannequins have clothes on made from native resources.

They're selling native delicacies, too. 

Located at Gaisano Grand, between Rusty Lopez and Mr. Donuts.