Friday, December 30, 2016

Mars Daniel Reenacts Rizal's Martyrdom

Small but terrible! This description fits this talented young boy, Mars Daniel   C. Kudemus who did a very impressive, humble reenactment of 120th death anniversary of Jose Rizal. Everyone has become emotional for such heroic, touchy presentation through the words, phrases and works of Rizal.

Daniel Mars is a consistent winners in various cultural contest and in scouting activities as far as poem or verse vocalization (Binalaybay) in Filipino, English and in Ilonggo. To name a few, he was the champion in Talumpati (impromptu) Elementary Category in the recent Nation of Heroes 4 Regional Youth Summit.

He is the son of Sir Marben Kudemus, a mathematics teacher of La Carlota Sotuh Elementary School and Mrs. Lorena Cabasag of La Carlota City.

Monday, October 17, 2016

My Love Will Break

This is the original song composition of our youngest son, Gilbor Camporazo, Jr. before he went to Butuan Philippines Mission for 2 years.  He's 22 years old when his mission call arrived. He's the youngest child of our 6 children. He's a talented fellow. I taught him how to play the guitar, how to play the piano. He could easily learn and could play better than me.

Gilbor Jr. playing the piano
Gilbor Junior
When I was in my teenage years I used to join with the school glee club. I took the bass part of the male voice. I was a lover music. My favorite popular band during my time was The Beatles, Herman Hermits, The Cascades,

I was a self-taught musician. When I was in the elementary, I used to collect several copies of a song hits where I got the lyrics of my favorite songs of The Beatles and sang along to the music played on the radio.

At home, I have an acoustic guitar. When I got home after my job, while I was resting for several hours I took the guitar and played my favorite song while singing. My son was my audience. When we became member of The Church, he got a chance to join with the members' band. He played the lead guitar.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Bacolod DYA Rescue in Action

Accident may happen when you least expect it. It may be due to personal carelessness or negligence or due to mechanical fault or malfunction of a machine. In time like that, the victim becomes helpless and immovable unless there are persons who apt to give assistance or give the first aid before the medical assistance arrives.

Road accident victim rescued by DYA Rescue Team, Bacolod
Recently I personally witnessed how a road mishap victim was rescued by DYA group of volunteers in Bacolod, Philippines. The vehicular accident was between a motorcyle rider and a van. I didn't see actually how did the accident happen but I just took footage of the DYA did the rescue job in taking care of the victim and transporting him to the nearest hospital, Southern Bacolod General Hospital (SBGH).

This the first time I knew DYA. According to wikipedia.org,, DYA (Detente Y Ayuda) is a nonprofit organization and it is founded in 1966 in Bilbao (Vizcaya) by Dr. Juan Antonio Usparitza Lecumberri. It has a comprehensive emergency management to equip their volunteer-members to do the rescue job on roadside assistance. It is currently operating in Spain and on the island of Negros and Panay (Philippines).

Saturday, May 28, 2016

NIR 2016 Brigada Eskwela Theme Song

The 2016 Brigada Eskwela is anchored in its theme: "Tayo Para sa Paaralang Ligtas, Maayos at Handa Mula Kindergarten Hanggang Senior High School. This National Schools Maintenance will start May 30 and will culminate on June 4, 2016.

Mayor Zayco
Mayor Zayco
On her part, the Negros Island Region (NIR), the newly created region in the country has officially launched this year's Brigada Eskwela at Kabankalan City. Sixteen divisions in the NIR had participated. The program was started by a caravan of the said divisions which started from their respective offices in Negros Occidental and in the Negros Oriental in the morning of May 27, Friday. They converged at the public plaza of Kabankalan City.

Brigada Eskwela theme song

The Brigada Eskwela NIR 2016 created its own theme song. The words and music were provided by Arnold N. Muñez and performed by Arnold Christopher Muñez.  This NIR Brigada Eskwela song production is composed by Arnold Muñez as producer and Adolf Aguilar, Asst. Dir. Salustiano Jimenez, and Dir. Gilbert T. Sadsad as the executive producers. The performers are composed of NIR Brigada Eskwela Dancers.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Tribu RSB: 2016 Pasalamat Festival Overall Champion

RSB Champion - Rhythm Competition 2016
RSB Champion - Rhythm Competition 2016
In the just concluded 37th Pasalamat Festival of La Carlota City, Tribu RSB (Roberto Salas Benedicto) topped all other 15 participating tribes in the major competitions from Rhythm to Grand Arena Dance competitions.

Tribu RSB garnered the Overall champion title and other major awards like the Best in costume, the Best in Rhythm Competition, the Best in performing tribe, the Best in arena competition, and the Best in Choreography.

Tribu Tres got the first runner-up and Tribu San Miguel. This competition is for the adult or barangay category.

In the kids or elementary category, Tribu Nabagatnang Mangkas (South 1 Elem. School) was the overall champion, defeating the other 9 competing tribes. It is also named as the best in costumes, the best in grand arena dance competition, the best performing tribe, and the best in choreography.

Tribu Tony (San Miguel Elem. School) took the first runner-up and Tribu Ferlou was the second runner-up.

The Champions

The Champion (Adult Category) - Tribu RSB



The Champion (Kids Category) - Nabagatnang Mangkas



Monday, April 25, 2016

Official Declaration of 37th La Carlota Pasalamat Festival 2016

Fr. Ledesma
Fr. Ledesma
Mayor Juliet Marie Ferrer beat the ceremonial drum to officially open the 37th Pasalamamat Festival of La Carlota City for 2016, following the cutting of the ribbon by Congressman Jeffrey Ferrer, Vice Mayor Jacky Jalandoni, and Bob Cuenca.

Earlier the rites were preceded by the thanksgiving mass and the blessing of 12 basic products of the city by Rev. Father Armando Inion.

Fr. Frances Ledesma who officiated the thanksgiving mass centered his sermon on the four important things the occasion like Pasalamat Festival should be. He said that to serve God is to thank Him of what He has blessed everyone.

He said what the people actually achieve and fulfill in a thanksgiving is like reaching the "heaven", being grateful to "Emmanuel", taking the opportunity as a "mission", and making a difference.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

First Interactive Presidential Debates 2016 in Mindanao

Within 24 years, the first interactive Presidential Debates 2016 was held in Mindanao. The 5 presidential bets that had participated were Vice President Jejomar Binay, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, Senator Grace Poe, Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago and former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas.

The Presidentiables
The Presidentiables
This live coverage was brought by GMA News and Public Affairs, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Commission on Election, and KBP. It started at 5pm, Philippine time and simultaneously broadcast live in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, USA and Canada via GMA Pinoy TV, and in the Asia Pacific region.

Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista initiated this first Presidential debates in 2016

The moderators are Mike Enriquez and Jessica Soho of GMA, and John Nery, Editor-in-Chief of Inquirer.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Government Worker's Salary Hike Approved

President Benigno Aquino III finally approved the salary increase of more than 970,000 government state workers including the pension's hike of retired military and the police.

Executive Order No. 201, s. 2016 as signed by PNoy authorizes the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to grant the first tranche of 4 tranches of this salary increase which will be retroactive January 1, 2016.

ABS-CBN has a coverage to this news as captured by this blogger from his mobile cellphone. The blogger doesn't claim any copyright in any manner of this news video. This is only for public information.

The amateur video:

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Reason for Postponement of LAPG and NAT 6

In a recent gathering of teachers for the National Training of Trainers (NTOT) in Cebu City, Undersecretary Dina S. Ocampo explained why the forthcoming LAPG for Grade 3 and NAT for Grade 6 which is scheduled on March 8 and March 10 respective should have to be postponed.

In the following video, she told clearly the reason why.

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For official announcement of schedule of LAPG, NAT G6 & NAT G10, refer to DepEd Memorandum No. 26, s. 2016


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