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Monday, January 31, 2011

Olongapo City - Annual Boy / Girl Scouts City Official

Turn-over ceremony of the annual boy / girl city official.

City Boy Mayor James Gordon. Jr. Jhionne Maniago-Saint Joseph College
City Boy Vice Mayor Rolen Paulino Oliver Kei Kaneyoshi-Columban College

City Councilors
Counterpart of
Hon. Atienza, Noel Gian Corpus-Saint Joseph College
Hon. Cerezo, Rodel Carl Joshman Dula - Columban College
Hon. Cortez, Jong Gobert Lim-Columban College
Hon. Dabu, Ellen Ella Vennice Guinto-OCNHS
Hon. Delos Reyes, Bugsy Alexander Troy Perez-Saint Joseph College
Hon. Elane, Edna Geovany Ann Evangelista-SRHS
Hon. Lipumano, Lugie Shrolein Joy Villarba-OCNHS
Hon.Marzan, Tet Dy B. Latinazo-OCNHS
Hon. Perez, Gina Wai Lam Cristina Wong-Columban College
Hon. Piano, Ed Aries Fabian-Saint Joseph College
Ex Officio Members
Counterpart of (nsm71nsm@yahoo.com)
Hon. Baloy, Carlito (ABC) -Chris John DeGoma – Saint Joseph College
Hon. Ramos, Dolly (SK Fed) – Shane Lacson- Barretto National High school
Administrators Office - Sean Michael Arce-James L. Gordon Integrated School
Secretary to the Mayor -Andrei Ebba-Saint Joseph College
City Council Secretary- Aida Pinon-Barretto National High School
Department Heads
Accounting- Marial Mina- Barretto National High School
City Museum - Aurelio Lorenzo- Nellie E. Brown E/S/Lou Anton Rivera-OCES
City Assesor - John Hubert Lou Magrata -OWS
Audit- Gabriel Ledesma-OWS
Budget - Ginalyn Balmes- Barretto National High School
Livelihood- Ladee Greten- Barretto National High School
PAO- Yriel Bermas - OCNHS
PNP Station 1- Kevin Santos - OWS
CPDO - Mayrielle Ann Bermas- OCNHS
CSWD- Danica Merza-OCNHS
Legal Office - Elias Briones-Columban College
Treasurer - William Matawaran- OWS
City Health - Mark Stephen Roque-Heaven Sent Learning & Tutorial Center
PopCom - Jamaica Soriano- New Cabalan Elementary School
BFP- Shan Ecaldre- Nellie E. Brown Elementary School
BFP-Jed Luna-Kalalake Elementary School
Red Cross-Mark Christian Gloria-Columban College
Business Permit-Angelo Yap – Heaven Sent Learning and Tutorial Center
GSO- Yzekiel Jeric Capili – Columban College Elementary
MIS-Cire Mico San Diego- Olongapo Wesley School
PESO-Christian Encio- Olongapo Wesley School

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Olongapo City - Gawang Gapo - MYRNA'S ACCESSORIES

This week's exhibitor for the Gawang Gapo Product Exhibit Booth is MYRNA'S ACCESSORIES - maker of beads and fashion accessories. (Owner  - Myrna Lamsen)

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Sunday, January 30, 2011


To achieve the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) in education and a universal participation in basic education, the DepEd (Department of Education) declares January 29, 2011 as registration day for the Kindergarten, Elementary, and Secondary levels in all public schools within its jurisdiction.

Outstanding teacher awardee Eva Imingan said this is a boost to the initiatives of City Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. on education as part of his HELPS program.

The goals of this early registration are as follows: Kindergarten and Elementary: to reach out to all 5- and 6-year-old children and elementary school children and ensure their enrollment in SY 2011-2012. Secondary: to guarantee the enrollment of prospective graduates of Grade Six in SY 2011-2012; to enable the Department in collaboration with the local government units (LGUs) to make the necessary preparation and address potential resource needs in time for the opening of classes in June; and to support schools in their efforts of providing education interventions to prevent children/youth from dropping out from school.

A tremendous support movement shall be carried out at all levels in the Department starting January 10.

On January 10-28, 2011, Child or Youth Find Activities shall be introduced at the division and school levels in partnership with the Barangays.

Children who are born on October 31, 2006 or earlier shall be accepted for early enrollment in Kindergarten. Those who are born on October 31, 2005 or earlier, with or without Kindergarten experience, shall be qualified for early enrollment. The required document to be passed is the birth certificate of the child which can be submitted either in June or within the school year. This shall be the documentary basis.

All Early Registration Forms for Kindergarten, Grade One and First Year high school shall be submitted to the Division Office on or before February 4, 2011 to the Schools Division/City Superintendent, the Department of Education announced.

Students who are not presently registered in Grade Six but have finished this grade level and who want to be listed in First Year High School shall present their Grade Six Card to the Teacher-in-Charge of the registration. If the report card is not procurable, a signed Certification Report by the parent/guardian could be shown.

One of the HELPS program of the city Mayor James “Bong” Gordon Jr. is Education. As the theme goes, “Makapag-aral ay Karapatan Mo, Magpalista Ngayong Enero.”

All prospective students, elementary and high school students are encouraged to come for an early registration on January 29, 2011 at their respective schools.

Additional information about the early registration, may be coursed through the Help Desk at telephone numbers: 02-631-5057 or 02-638-3703 or e-mail at earlyreg2011@gmail.com.

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Friday, January 28, 2011

Olongapo City - James Gordon Hospital Waste Water Treatment Plant

Mula sa Bayan, Para sa Bayan - James Gordon Hospital Waste Water Treatment Plant

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Olongapo City commemorated the 94th birth anniversary of James L. Gordon, Sr., the acknowledged Father of Olongapo on January 19, 2011.

Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr., FL Anne Gordon, City Councilors, BSP- James L. Gordon Council scouts, city government employees and officials led the wreath-laying at the statue of James L. Gordon, Sr. in the lobby of city hall.

“I know I’m in no comparison to him but I’m trying to accomplish and do the things he would have wanted me to do as steward of the community for which he died for,” Mayor Gordon said in his message, vowing to continue his father’s advocacy to always put to fore the welfare of Olongapeños.

James L. Gordon, Sr. is considered the Father of Olongapo because of his valuable contributions in the formation of Olongapo up to its conversion into a city, which was realized on June 1, 1966, and finally sacrificing his own life for his beloved city fighting the bad elements of society.

The 94th birth anniversary of James L. Gordon, Sr. was observed in simple rites before the statue of the acknowledged "Father of Olongapo" in the lobby of city hall. Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. and FL Tita Anne Gordon were joined by City Councilors Rodel Cerezo, Eduardo Piano, Elena Dabu, Gina Perez, James “Bugsy “ Delos Reyes, Tet Marzan, Edna Elane and SK Federation President Dolly Mae Ramos with the James L. Gordon Council-BSP in the laying of wreaths on January 19, 2011.

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Monday, January 24, 2011

Olongapo City - Brgy. Sta. Rita - National Best Barangay Disaster Coordinating Council 2010

Barangay Sta. Rita won as the National Best Barangay Disaster Coordinating Council 2010 during the recently held National Gawad Kalasag 2010 Awarding Ceremony.

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Olongapo City - Rose Alhambra, one of the 10 outstanding Red Cross Youth Volunteer of the Philippines

Irish Alhambra received a cash incentive amounting to two thousand pesos for being recognized as one of the 10 Outstanding Red Cross Youth Volunteers of the Philippines.

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Olongapo City - Gawang Gapo - CYN-RAE FOOD PRODUCTS

This week's exhibitor for the Gawang Gapo Product Exhibit Booth is CYN-RAE FOOD PRODUCTS - maker of special home-made cakes and pastries. Owner - Michelle Gulanes

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Friday, January 21, 2011


The James L. Gordon Council is set to distribute its locally published scouting book for the year 2011, entitled; SCOUTING: AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3- A COMPREHENSIVE SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR SCOUTING.

The first book of its kind in Olongapo City, it is dedicated to the scouts and volunteers of the James L. Gordon Council.

The Council is hoping that at least 1000 books will be sold to scouts, volunteers, and parents while copies will be distributed for Free Books to all Private/Public Elementary/Secondary Schools and Public Library before the end of January 2011.

The Scouting Book is Compact, Comprehensive and almost complete to serve as guide for scouts and volunteers on Basic History, Structure, Programs, Advancement, Activities and Ceremonies.

The book has three (3) major objectives:

1. To provide standard source of information for
scouts of all levels.
2. To enhance awareness and interest among
scouts and non-scouts.
3. To raise funds for the Uniform, Training Needs and other materials for Council members.

Sponsors and supporters may avail a Minimum of Three (3) copies and annual Membership for the year 2011. Two (2) copies of books will be donated to a beneficiary Public School with the sponsor's name imprinted and the third copy kept by the sponsor.

The Total Sponsorship is worth Php 700.00 to include the 3 books @ Php 510, Php 100.00 as Annual Membership and Php 90.00 donation for the Emergency Service Corp Training program.

Any individual Official may donate any amount but for amounts exceeding Php 1000.00, donors may contact the Council for proper documentation/processing. Donors may issue a check or deposit directly to the account of JLGORDON Council with BDO account number 5830252083.

“The success of the first publication will determine the number of the second production/distribution and the kind support of the benefactors in this project will propel the council’s program for the year 2011: A stable scouting council which will be automated and on-line with visible and active quality scouting activities program for our future leaders in the land,” remarked Mario Esquillo, council scout executive, JLGORDON Council.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011


As part of the city government's efforts to make and keep residents healthy, the city's Nutrition Program for 2010 was subjected to monitoring and evaluation.

This was held on January 19, 2011 led by Dr. Arnildo Tamayo and Richel Eve A. Torralba, RND, city nutrition action officer with the members and representatives of the Olongapo City Nutrition Community.

The activity was also in preparation to RNet - Regional Nutrition Evaluation aside from aiming to formulate a nutrition action plan, reorient the members of the committee about the goals of nutrition in order to have one direction.

Moreover, it highlights the seven priority actions which are as follows: Reduce underweight children 0-10 years old. Reduce proportion of households with inadequate caloric intake, vitamin A deficiency, anemia, and iodine deficiency disorder. Contribute to reduced levels of indicators of risk factors associated with Non communicable diseases.

“We rank no. 3 and we can be no. 1 in nutrition in the country in the future!” Richel Eve Torralba said.
“Prevention is better than cure,” Barangay Health Doctor Ana Figuerres said referring to malnutrition, sickness and disease.

It was established during the activity that:
CPDO (City Planning and Development Office) monitors a group of women in the production level of iodized salt; will conduct Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) 2011, which is about Health and Sanitation and access to safe water, among others;

The Livelihood and Cooperative Development Office (LCDO) is coming up with a television show on nutrition and cooking;

The DOST (Department of Science and Technology), is promoting squash pan de sal;

The Feeding Program of the DepEd, (Department of Education) is still ongoing;

The DILG (Department of Interior and Local Government) supervises 17 barangays if they are passing reports regarding nutrition and oversees the health and nutrition of children;

POPCOM (Population Commission) encourages the use of iodized salt;

Brgy. East Tapinac will have a weighing program this coming month;

Dra. Figuerres and Torralba goes around the 17 barangays to inspire barangay health workers to do their work well in preparation for RNet;

Brgy. West Bajac-Bajac checks Purok leaders by holding a once a month meeting and taking care of pregnant women and babies;

Urban Basic Services for the Poor (UBSP) holds mother’s classes in community, backyard gardening, breastfeeding and food with Sangkap Pinoy seal for school children;

Aris Romualdo, representative of Councilor Edna Elane reported about the lower price for Dental services, free dental services for the indigents, and Dental Mission for Senior Citizens;

SupeRice, rice fortified with iron inside the grain was announced by Dr. Tamayo.

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Monday, January 17, 2011

Olongapo City - City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council, inducted to the Gawad Kalasag Hall of Fame

The City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (formerly known as CDCC) and the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (formerly known as DMO) headed by Angie Layug was inducted to the Gawad Kalasag Hall of Fame for winning the National Best City Disaster Coordinating Council for three (3) consecutive years 2007 - 2009

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Olongapo City - Gawang Gapo - Siomai Lovers

This week's exhibitor for the Gawang Gapo Product Exhibit Booth is Siomai Lovers - maker of special home-made siomai. (Owner - Leila Monsalud)

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Thursday, January 13, 2011


The rigid training of student athletes from the public and private Elementary, Secondary and College has began on January 10, 2011 and will last up to February 11, 2011.

This is in preparation for the Central Luzon Regional Athletic Association Meet 2011, scheduled on February 19-25, 2011 to be held in Malolos, Bulacan.

The one (1) month preparation for the athletes in their field of sport are for Archery, Arnis, Athletics, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Chess, Football, Sepak Takraw, Sipa Takraw, Softball, Swimming, Gymnastics, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Volleyball.

Sports form part of the HELPS program of City Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr.

Sports provide skill, self-discipline and good sportmanship, moreso on the mental and physical well-being among student athletes.”remarked Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr.

The Olongapo City Delegation will be headed by Dr. Ligaya B. Monato, Schools Division Superintendent, and Honorary Head Mayor James “Bong “ Gordon, Jr., FL Anne Marie Gordon, The City Councilors, Naomi T. Arzadon-Asst. Schools Div. Superintendent, Asst. Head of Delegation, Paquito A. Figuero, Jr. DepEd Athletic Mgr., Saturnino D. Dumlao DepEd Asst. Athletic Mgr.


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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Olongapo City - Barangay Councilors League of the Philippines newly-elected officers

Oath-taking of the newly-elected officers of Barangay Councilors League of the Philippines - Olongapo Chapter on January 10, 2011.

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Olongapo City - Pamilyang Pilipino Pantawid Program (4ps) Recipients

The City Government of Olongapo formally launches the Pamilyang Pilipino Pantawid Program (4ps) headed by Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) head Gene Eclarino during the flag ceremony on January 10, 2011.  1,200 recipients will benefit the said program.

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Monday, January 10, 2011

Olongapo City - UNFPA 2010 Micro Capital Grant

Awarding of UNFPA 2010 Micro Capital Grant to various NGOs during flag ceremony on January 10, 2011

Philhealth Indigent Community Organization (PHICO) - 20,000 pesos
Samahang Kababaihan ng Sitio Tralala - 15,000 pesos
Gawang Gapo Producers - 20,000 pesos
Samahang Kababaihan ng Barretto - 10,000 pesos
Survivors of Violence Against Women & Children - 35,000 pesos

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Olongapo City - Gawang Gapo - JANICE KAKANIN

This week's exhibitor for the Gawang Gapo Product Exhibit Booth is JANICE KAKANIN - maker of home-made native kakanin.  (owner: Janice Trinidad)


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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Olongapo City - BLOOM Get Together in 2011

Balikatan Ladies of Olongapo Movement (BLOOM) had a good time in their Get Together Party at Rizal Triangle Multi-Purpose Center on Friday, January 7, 2011.

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Palace still undecided on SBMA board

Positions at the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) are still up for grabs as President Aquino is still undecided on who will be part of the SBMA Board.

The SBMA Board lost 12 of its members after President Aquino signed Executive Order (EO) no. 2, which scraps midnight appointees of former Pres. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

“There are already appointed part of the board but I’ll have to get the details. I have so many appointments build up in the past six months,” Aquino said, in an interview with reporters at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales Thursday.

The Chief Executive however said he still has not completed the lineup of those that will form SBMA Board as well as that in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga.

“I am looking for others that will fill it in Clark and Subic,” Aquino said.

It would be recalled that 12 SBMA Board members – Eddie Tamondong, Mario Garcia, Stefani Saño, Ricardo Coscolluela, Jesus Vicente Magsaysay III, Marivic Pineda, Angelita Cruz, Alvin Capino, Ariel Castro, Jorge Estanislao, Francis Garcia and Jennifer Ting – were removed from their posts following the signing of Executive Order No. 2 revoking the services of midnight appointees. The 12 were appointed by President Arroyo on March 1, 2010. (Madel Sabater - mb.com.ph)

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Thursday, January 06, 2011

Naming Ceremony for HHIC - Phil Inc. HULL NOs. PN-024/025 DWT 175,000 MT Bulk Carriers M/V "Rahi" & M/V "Vanshi"

Naming Ceremony for HHIC - Phil Inc. HULL NOs. PN-024/025 DWT 175,000 MT Bulk Carriers M/V "Rahi" & M/V "Vanshi" by President Benigno Aquino III

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, Philippines — President Benigno S. Aquino III lauded Korean shipbuilding giant Hanjin Heavy Industry Corp.-Philippines (HHIC-Phil) for bringing huge economic gains to the local economy during his visit here Wednesday.

Aquino cited the Korean firm during the vessel-naming ceremony for two bulk-carrier ships that were recently produced at the Subic shipyard – proof, he said further, of what could be achieved in partnership ventures between the government and the private investor.

Both vessels, which were subsequently named as M/V Rahi and M/V Vanshi respectively, were purchased by the Adani Shipping Pte Ltd. of India and weighed 175,000 deadweight tons each.

Aside from Aquino, those who graced the event included officers of HHIC-Phil led by group chairman Jin Kyu Ahn, officials of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) which administers this free port, and representatives of local government units.

“The ships that we are naming today signal the sending off of another ship— the ship of cooperation toward the horizon of the future,” Aquino said in his message.

The President also noted that among the foreign direct investments (FDIs) in the country, “Korean investors, like Hanjin, are among the most aggressive in placing their bets in the Philippines.”

Aquino said South Korea in 2010 has funneled some P24.2-billion worth of investments in the country, which accounted for about 40 percent of the total FDIs last year.

He added that HHIC alone, which has invested a total of $1.9-billion in its shipyard and skills training center in this free port since 2006, now accounts for some $3.5-billion in shipbuilding exports annually.

“You have given a lifeline to many of my countrymen who have tethered on the edge of poverty,” Aquino told Hanjin officials.

In return, Aquino vowed that his administration will continue to support foreign investors to sustain the quality of their outputs, and to extend tax privileges such as VAT exemption in the importation of equipment and machinery, and waive certain restrictions in the use of consigned equipment, among others. By FRANCO G. REGALA and JONAS REYES - mb.com.ph

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Monday, January 03, 2011


The Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) headed by Neal C. Perez, Quality Mgt. Representative , Business One Stop Shop has issued guidelines and procedures to secure business permit, occupational permit, vessel or bicycle permit and business retirement for the utmost convenience of the taxpayers.

“For expeditious transaction of the taxpayers, each applicant form is attached with a Turn Around Time Tracking sheet to ensure that the steps, processing, and standard processing time of at least 30 minutes, is strictly attended to by the customer service personnel,” remarked Neal C. Perez, head of BPLO.

Taxpayers are provided with free coffee and mineral water while at the air-conditioned taxpayers lounge waiting to pay required fees at 14 pay windows in line with Mayor Bong Gordon’s policy of treating taxpayers as VIPs (Very Important Person).

Payment deadline for business taxes are as follows;
1st Quarter - January 31
2nd Quarter - April 20
3rd Quarter - July 20
4th Quarter - October 20

“The Business One Stop Shop (B.O.S.S.) commits to adhere to ISO standards and statutory requirements and to continually improve its quality management system, processes and programs in order to ensure that its services result in total citizen care and satisfaction, is the quality policy of Olongapo City,” added Perez.

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The newly elected officers of the James L. Gordon Avenue Market and Mall Stallholders’ Association took their oath of office before Olongapo City Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr. on January 03, 2011 after the flag-raising ceremony at the Rizal Triangle Multi-Purpose Center.

“Palakasin natin ang negosyo sa Lungsod ng Olongapo dahil ito ang sandigan ng ating ekonomiya. Sikapin nating makapag-simula ng kahit na maliit na negosyo hanggang ang maliit na ito ay maging malaki na maaaring makipag-sabayan sa mga malalaking kompanya,” Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. said before the employees and officials of the city government.

Here is the list of the newly elected officers:

President Roger R. De Leon

Vice President Romeo E. Ablaza

Secretary Rosita F. Valenzuela
Jesusa J. Mercadillo
Treasurer Pedro S. Pasia

Auditor Evangeline S. De Castro
Clotie B. Domingo

P.R.O. Eugenio T. Ignacio
Leonila D. De Guzman

Chief Marshall Rolando M. Salazar

Marshalls Tyrone M. Inocencio
Juanito A. Mahinay
Darwin A. Ramos
Roger S. Pasia
Carlito P. Mendoza

Advisers Armando D. Caringal
Iluminada L. Jimenez
Felicitas M. Miguel
Eduardo G. Carpio
Fidel N. Gandiongco
Cesar E. Elamparo
Khit B. Bonayon

The Stallholders’ Association aims to create more revenues and help vendors in their concerns in order to help boost economic conditions in the city.

The newly-elected set of officers of the James L. Gordon Avenue Market and Mall Stallholders’ Association led by its President Roger R. de Leon (on left of Mayor Gordon)) take their oath before Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. on Monday, January 03, 2011 at the Rizal Triangle Covered Court. Photo also shows Councilor “Tet” Marzan (standing beside de Leon).

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The City Tourism Office has announced it is now scouting for candidates for the search for Bb. Olongapo 2011. The said program aims to acknowledge the exceptional qualities of Olongapeñas who will represent the city in various prestigious national beauty pageants.

Female, Filipino citizen and residents of Olongapo, 18-24 years of age, at least 5’4’’ in height, possesses charm, intelligence and grace may sign up for the pageant. Interested applicants may bring the following:

Birth Certificate
School Diploma
Brgy. Certificate
Community Tax Certificate
(2) colored photo 3R (1 close-up, 1 whole body)

Initial screenings will run from January to March, 9am to 4pm, Mondays to Fridays at the Tourism Office. Final screening is set on March 4, 2011 at the Olongapo City Convention Center. Eighteen lucky candidates will be chosen to vie for the title.

For inquiries call the City Tourism Office at 224-1471 or Rio Cercado at cellphone no. 09193189333 or may log on at www.olongapocity.ph

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Sunday, January 02, 2011


Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. presents after the flag raising ceremony on Monday, January 03, 2011 before the employees and officials of the city government the firecrackers and a mini-cannon confiscated by police personnel on the eve of New Year’s Day headed by P/S Supt. Oscar Albayalde as part of the Total Ban on Firecrackers in the city to avoid injuries deaths and fire incidents.

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Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. hands over a five thousand (P5,000) cash incentive to Eleazar B. Rabanes of Brgy Sta. Rita who placed 2nd in the recently concluded Customs Broker Licensure Examination given by the Board for Customs Broker in Manila, Cebu and Davao. The incentive is part of Mayor Gordon’s desire to encourage Olongapeños to strive for excellence.

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