Archive for August, 2011
It’s Cagayan de Oro City Fiesta today! We are here at the biggest mall of our place catching up the mall-wide sale. While my wife and kids are roaming around hunting down bargains… I am here sitting at Coffee Dream Café making this post. I am having head ache walking down the crowded Isle.
There are lots of sale down the ground floor – from sporting goods , shoes, jeweleries and foods. I thought I would have peace of mind here at the coffee shop but awhile ago a persistent credit company agent approached me and presented their company profile and promo.Their marketing approach was very attractive that I was nearly convinced. Their latest offering is somewhat like a title loans charlotte … you can avail of a loan as fast as 24 hours with lot title or car registration as collateral at very low interest.It’s great for those who needs fast cash. As for me… my existing loan with our cooperative is enough for now.
Back to our City Fiest – ” Viva Senior San Agustin” to all Kagay-anons!
CONGRATULATIONS TO MS. ANGEL CARBAJAL for winning the The Miss Kagay-an 2011 last aUGUST 24 at the Atrium of Limketkai Mall. She’s 20-year old and a BS Nursing student of Capitol University. She’s candidate no. 6 and was the crowd favorite during the Pagent Contest at the Atrium of Limketkai Mall.
1ST RUNNER UP was Candidate No. 8 Miss Jamie Joy Bantique, 2ND RUNNER UP was Candidate No. 12 Miss Christel Valdehueza, 3RD RUNNER UP was Candidate No. 4 Miss Elaine Roselle Aquino and 4TH RUNNER UP was Candidate No. 9 Miss April Hernandez.
The Cagayan de Oro City Council committee on public utilities chaired by Councilor Alden Bacal tasked the Roads and Traffic Administration yesterday to investigate the traffic incident involving a truck carrying molasses and some other vehicles along Kauswagan highway some weeks ago. We were one of those vehicles who were stranded along the road because of the incident. We were going to my son’s school to fetch him but it took us more than an hour to arrive to our destination.
The report indicated that the truck, which was heading towards the west, was loaded with waste molasses and this spilled along Marcos Bridge.Police said that as a result of this, motorcyclists passing the slippery portion of the road lose control.
We have just finished our Tribal Medical mission in one of the tribal communities in Bukidnon, Philippines. It was a 2-day medical mission and we have to travel a long distance from our city to get there. Days before the big event, I already have my SUV checked and one thing I noticed is the need for me to have a wheel tire package . Our trip to Bukidnon will take us three hours and my ride will be packed with volunteers and our things. I told my wife about this and we both decided to buy new tires coming December. I hope to find the same brand as our existing in a cheaper price.