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Adopt an animal at NFEFI
IT WAS a great sunny Saturday so we decided to bring Iñigo to explore something new. Our destination was the Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation, Inc.—Biodiversity Conservation Center (NFEFI-BCC) that is proximal to the Provincial Capitol Building. NFEFI is a ...
From 1547 days ago
A lake ranch and more
WITH a sunny weekend hopefully, where can the family go for a fun time to bond, enjoy nature, and play? Not too far from the city proper is the Bantug Lake Ranch. The ranch was originally an orchard, a sugarcane ...
From 1552 days ago
Two stories, one journey
THE seminarians of Sacred Heart Seminary, belonging to Teatro Lingganay are presenting two plays called “Tipik” (Two Stories, One Journey) at the John Paul II Cultural Center. The first play is called “Hulot,” written by and directed by Fr. Roy Christian ...
From 1554 days ago
Trina and Carlo’s wedding
TRINA Bacabac and Carlo Ebreo share the same profession. Both are doctors and they met during their internship at Riverside Hospital. It wasn’t love at first sight. In fact, Trina says, she tried her best to avoid him as Carlo ...
From 1559 days ago
A journey of personal healing
REVE Liza Abelarde confesses: “My life was a mess - I couldn't even see myself anymore. I kept piling up mistake after another. I was hurting people around me. I needed a change. I tried everything. Psychotherapy. I went under ...
From 1561 days ago
A Maryknoll nun for 25 years now
MARGARET Lizares Lacson, a cousin of mine whom we fondly call “Beging,” and one of the 17 children of Tita Herman and Tita Celiang, celebrated her silver anniversary as a Maryknoll nun last August 15. It was held at the Our ...
From 1566 days ago
Lizares: On investment and financial planning
BPI FAMILY Savings Bank (BFSB) recently brought its Financial Enrichment Series to Bacolod attended by 93 of its clients. BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands), which celebrated its 164th anniversary last Aug. 1, is an advocate of financial literacy. The ...
From 1568 days ago
Waling-waling: In full bloom
If you are a lover of flowers, most particularly orchids, then you shouldn’t miss the ongoing Waling-Waling Festival at Robinsons Place Bacolod fountain area. The festival is sponsored by the Negros Occidental Orchid Society (Noos), which was founded by Mrs. Julie ...
From 1573 days ago
A one-stop-shop entrepreneur’s haven
FOR all those planning to open a small or medium-scale business, you are lucky. Just recently the Negros First Negosyo Center opened at the ground floor of the Negros Occidental Barangay Center or more known as the Kadiwa Building at ...
From 1575 days ago
Foot-and-mouth disease alert
THERE is a prevalent disease circulating these days called "foot-and-mouth-disease” (FMD for short) which is infecting many of our children. In fact, there was a school that had to close for a day to sanitize its premises because of so ...
From 1582 days ago