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Robinsons Mall is Now Open in Calapan City

It becomes Oriental Mindoro’s first and largest commercial establishment to rise within the project Xevera Neo Calapan, in Calapan City.

It brings to Oriental Mindoro the Robinsons brand of shopping, with its seal of quality, efficiency and convenience. Though there are other places of shopping and recreation around the province, Neo Calapan Mall is a notch higher as it will house Robinsons’ signature stores, namely Robinsons Supermarket, Department Store, Appliance Center and Handyman Do-it Best Home Center.

Aside from these, spa and wellness centers, games and amusement arcade, and two 150-seater cinemas, among others, will also operate inside the mall, offering entertainment and recreation. These establishments are expected to turn shopping and relaxation into a first-class experience in the province, providing Mindoreños a taste of the urban lifestyle.

 

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Festivals and Other Events in Calapan City

        Festival and Events are the best of opportunities through which you can explore the cultural specialty of the Calapeños during your tour. You will be impressed to know what Festival and Events in Calapan City . These are:

 

 

 

       Kalap Festival

       Calapan City Foundation Day, March 21

 

The festival commemorates the founding anniversary of the City of Calapan highlighted by street dancing and colorful float parade depicting the history of Calapan and the origin of its name from which the festival derived its name. A merry mixture of socio-civic, cultural, historical and sports activities are part of the run of events.

 

 

       Sto. Nino de Calapan Festival

       City Fiesta, January 1

 

Calapan City celebrates its Fiesta on New Year’s Day. Fiesta activities begin during the first week of December with a series of religious activities. The celebration extends towards the Christmas season laced with nightly cultural presentation, yuletide activities topped by the lighting of the giant Christmas tree and fireworks, as well as agro-industrial and tourism fairs.

 

       

        Mardi Gras

        Fiesta, Foundation Day, Summer, Halloween

 

The ultimate street party that takes place along the entire stretch of J. P. Rizal Street. The hypnotic lights and upbeat music, together with various fun-filled activities, will bring together a bevy of party-goers to party the night away.

 

 

        Friday Nyt sa Bagong Calapan

        City Plaza, 7 PM to 12 PM

 

Sit back and relax by watching free movies. Groove through the night with the various bands filling the evening with rhythm and beats. With the good music, food and drinks, paint the town red, Calapan style.

 

We invite people from all over the world to come and experience the Calapñeos way of celebrating life!

Holy Infant Academy Calapan City (History, Vision, Mission, Goals, Alma Matter Song)

Holy Infant Academy, or HIA, is the only parochial school in Calapan City and the first of fifteen    established in Oriental Mindoro. It was founded in 1937 by the SSpS Sisters and is located in Ilaya, Calapan City in Oriental Mindoro. It offers education in preparatory, elementary grades 1-6, and high school. The school is headed by its principal, Mrs. Alona V. Cueto, with the school director, Fr. Nestor J. Adalia.

 

HISTORY

On July 2, 1936, Oriental Mindoro became an Apostolic Prefecture, with Bishop William Finnemann as its first Prefect. He requested the SSps Sisters to open a Catholic school under the parish to support the missionary work of the Divine Word Missionaries. On March 26, 1937, the congregation sent Sisters to Calapan. The new school was named Holy Infant Academy, in honor of the Child Jesus, locally known as Sto. Niño.

 

This video is the Holy Infant Academy history.

 

VISION

A family who lives the TRUTH IN LOVE, is actively involved in building Christian communities, in dialogue of life with the poor and in caring for Mother Earth.

MISSION

We, the membersof the HIA family, animated by the Trinitarian Spirituality and the Apostolic Vicariate of Calapan pastoral thrust, commit ourselves to the task of evangelization in the light of the Sacred Scriptures and of the Church teachings.

GOALS

Animated by the Trinitarian Spirituality and the Apostolic Vicariate of Calapan pastoral thrust, we strive to:
1. develop the total person through a relevant and quality education rooted in Christian values;
2. make Christ and His values especially simplicity of life permeate our programs, policies, and activities;
3. promote and uphold the dignity of the human person and make a stand for truth, justice & freedom;
4. prepare the person for responsible leadership and selfless service;
5. participate in the strengthening of families and Basic Ecclesial Communities through the Hapag ng Pamilyang Mindoreno;
6. bring ourselves & others closer to God by our dialogue of life with the poor in the community especially among indigenous people, women, children and youth;
7. foster love of country and promote, preserve and developour cultural heritage; and
8. care for and preserve Mother Earth.

 

ALMA MATTER SONG

O Alma Mater kind and dear
We sing your praises far and near
At home, at school, on land and sea
The thought of you is dear to me.

Refrain:

O HIA in joy we sing
Our hearts and love to you we bring
Stand, stand for the HIA, for Truth in Love
Stand, stand for the HIA, for Truth in Love.

Your loyal children here we stand
With you we link our heart and hand
Beneath your banner here today
The pledge of loyalty we pay.

Someday when farm from you we roam
Our thoughts will surely travel home
And Mem’ries sweet will be to me
Those dear old days that used to be.

The World’s No. 1 Pool Player is a Mindorenean!

The 48-year old Filipino from Mindoro named Antonio Lining was now confirmed to be the best pool player in the world. This was according to Ian Anderson, the president of the World Pool-Billiard Association. He was also expecting Lining to overtake Francisco ‘Django’ Bustamante. 

According to Anderson, the champion of the Philippine Open will get 500 ranking points. The second placer will get 400, while the semifinalists are likely to get around 320 to 300.

Lining, part of the Philippine men’s doubles team that won the gold medal in the 2002 Busan Asian Games along with Bustamante, is expected to gain at least 300 points.

Prior to this latest campaign, Lining had a total of 1210 points, only 82 points behind Bustamanate, who didn’t play in the WPA event.

Lining’s climb to the top spot came even after he lost badly to eventual runner-up Ralf Souquet of Germany, 9-0, in their crossover semifinals match.

 

HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

Antonio Lining (born May 9, 1963 in Mindoro, Philippines) is a Filipino pool player, nicknamed “Nikoy.” He is one of the few left-handed Asian players.

Lining’s most notable appearance was in the Motolite International Nine-ball Tournament in 2000, where he finished second to Francisco Bustamante. Prior to that final, Lining bested Efren Reyes in the quarter-finals.

At the 2002 Busan Asian Games, Lining and Bustamante won the gold medal at the nine-ball doubles event.

From there, he has only made small appearances in later events and had some success, especially in events that were held in Japan

Source:
http://www.gmanews.tv/story
http://en.wikipedia.org

Lito Camo : Singer and Songwriter

Carlito F.Camo also known as Lito Camo (born March 12, 1972) is a Filipino singer and songwriter. He established his reputation more solidly as a composer instead of being a singer which was his initial dream. He is known for songs such as “Bakit Papa? Tawag mo ako?”, “Spaghetti Song”, “Bulaklak”, “Wowowee” and “Otso-Otso”. In the roster of artists and musician, Lito found inspiration in Ely Buendia of the Eraserheads. Lito Camo was a native of Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro.
 
 
 
 
Carrer

His debut album entitled Sino Camo? was released on 1997 with “Kung Ikaw” and “Hey Babe” as the album’s singles. His first single catapulted Lito to where he is now today. The album was followed by Ano Camo? but did not sell as well.

His family and friends did not believe his initial success as a recording artist. They came to believe it after seeing him on TV. Though, his dream was to become a singer but opportunity paid him much better as a composer.

Known for his novelty hits, he is dubbed as reigning king of the novelty songs. He turned artists into an instant sensation because of his songs. This include Sexbomb Dancers, Bayani Agbayani, Viva Hotbabes, Willie Revillame, Masculados, April Boy, Angelike Jones, Ai-Ai de las Alas, Sandara Park, K & the Boxers, Manny Pacquiao and many more.
A composer cannot just be a composer forever, this what Lito think as he shifted onto himself and released his 3rd album entitled, Ako Naman.
Camo is now a mainstay of a new sitcom, Show Me Da Manny on GMA Channel 7, together with his fellow friend, boxer Manny Pacquiao.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lito_Camo

CLCC Institute of Computer, Arts and Technology (History, Vision, Mission, Academic Offerings, Contacts)

HISTORY 

The CLCC Institute of Computer, Arts and Technology ( formerly Computer Learning Center of Calapan, Inc. ) was founded in 1991. Although regular classes opened in August, CLCC was formally inaugurated on September 8 because of the incorporators’ ardent desire to honor the Blessed Virgin on her birthday.

This institution was born through the cooperative efforts of three computer enthuasiasts, Mr. Francis Castro, DWCC Mathematics Subject Chairman, Eng. Leo Bucas, Dean of the DWCC Engineering Department, and Mrs. Marjorie R. Mendoza, Head of DWCC Commerce Department. After acquiring some units of computer and having a faculty of well trained instructors, the school began to offer modular courses on modular literacy (duly acknowledged by the Securities and Exchange Commission). Then it endeavored to offer two-year courses which aim to provide a firm and disciplined successful study and practice of computer education.

This endeavor was not put in vain for in October, Government Permit No. TV-P042, s.1992 was granted to CLCC to offer the following two-year courses: Office Management with Computer, Electronic Computer Technician; the one-year Computer Hardware Technology course; and the computer literacy courses such as Disk Operating System, Word Processing, Database and Spreadsheet. Government Recognition No. TV-R025, s. 1993 for these courses was then granted on July 6, 1993.
Moreover in its ardent aim to offer more varied educational program and both computer and vocational courses, CLCC decided to add courses. And so on September 21, the DECS issued Government Permit No. TV-E058, s.1994 authorizing CLCC to offer two-year courses as Computer Bookkeeping, Computerized Management and one-year courses like Computer Programming, and Electronic Service Technician.

CLCC began to operate with the supervision of Mr. Francis Castro, the first President with invaluable help of Engr. Leo Bucas, Mrs. Marjorie Mendoza, Engr. Mar Roxas, Miss Girlie S. Sonoron and Mr. Sherwin Villao. After 2 ½ months, Miss Nora G. Dacillo came into the scene by serving as full-time working incorporator. She took the position of Corporate Secretay, Registrar and Office Manager; first two positions she still holds up to the present. Then in SY 1992-93 Mrs. Erlinda Caringal began to work as full time working incorporator. Eventually, she was elected President when aMr. Castro resigned. Since Mrs. Caringal has been holding this post.

It is noteworthy to mention the very important role of Mrs. Marjorie Mendoza, another working incorporator, in the operation of CLCC. Being the Administrative and Finance Officer of the school, CLCC has been running smoothly in terms of finances and has remained stable and solvent for further improvements and development of the school.

VISION

An educational institution commited to God which aims at the development and growth of itsstudents prfoessionally and technically thereby contrubiting to the country’s global competitiveness.

MISSION

In response to the vision, we do our best to do the following:
1. Provide professional/tecnhical education and training for students preparing themselves for managerial or staff positions or for the establishment of their own business.
2. Train students to know and apply the ethical principles of their profession.
3. Provide opportunities to develop skills in critical thinking problem identification, decision making and capabilitis for team work.
4. Develops and provide quality technical education and skills needed in the community.
5. Develop the wholesome values and attitudes among its students.

ACADEMIC OFFERINGS
BS in Business Administration
BS in Computer Science
BS in Office Administration
Associate in Computer Secretarial
Computer Programmer
Data Encoder
Electronic Computer Technician

CONTACTS
Address : J.P. Rizal Street, Lalud, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro 5200
Telephone : (043) 288-2389
Fax : (043) 288-2084
E-mail : rtm_ph@yahoo.com

Source:
http://www.eskwelahan.com
http://clcc-icat.webnode.com

Ejay Falcon PBB WINNER 2008!!!


Ejay Falcon, born November 21, 1989 in Oriental Mindoro, is an official housemate in the second season of Pinoy BigBrother Teen Edition. This handsome lad is 6 feet tall loves to play basketball and billiards. Ejay was a student in University of Manila during that time. He was dubbed the “Promdi Hottie” ng Mindoro.

At first glance, Ejay doesn’t look the typical promdi for he moves in a smooth and urbane manner. But as one gets to know him, the truth about his hometown begins to show, not that he tries to hide it.
This shy lad from Oriental Mindoro speaks with straight and clear Tagalog, with a taint of Mindorenyo and a Visayan accent. Ejay grew up in the island of Pola where there is a scarcity of water and electricity, and watching TV Patrol and primetime teleseryes from the community TV, the only form of entertainment for the residents.
Despite his timid ways acquired from his rural origins and strict Christian upbringing, Ejay is courageous and determined, ready to take on anything just to free his family from the poverty that ruined his parents’s marriage.

He dreams big for his family that even if he is granted one wish, he did not ask for fame but for his family to be together again. He is hopeful that Pinoy Big Brother is the first big step to realizing this dream.

Source: http://www.mindoro.biz/index.php?view=news_detail&n_id=103

Colegio de San Sebastian (Contacts, Academic Programs)


Contacts
Fr. Wilfredo del Parto, SVD – Director
Address : Dangeros, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro 5104
Year Established : 1976

 

Academic Programs

Bachelor in Elementary Education
Bachelor in Secondary Education
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Science in Commerce
Associate in Agricultural Technology
General Clerical Course
Nursing Assistant I – II
Secondary (High School)
Elementary
Pre-School

 

Source:

http://www.eskwelahan.com

St. Anthony College Calapan City (History, Mission,Vision, Core Values, Course Offerings)


History
St. Anthony College is a relatively young and promising institution of higher learning. The opportunity to put up the Institution was recognized in response to the growing needs of the youth in Oriental Mindoro. Through the initiative of the incorporators, the opportunity came into reality.

St. Anthony College emerged as full-fledged College in 2004. It was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a Private Non-Sectarian Stock Corporation and granted a permit by the Commission on Higher Education to open initial courses. The existence of the institution was made possible through the consolidated efforts of its directors namely, Atty. Bayani C. Delos Reyes, Dr. George C. Cordero, Mrs. Milagros C. Catibog, Mr. Felix P. Reyes and Mr. Paul L. Erazo. Making also remarkable contribution in the opening of the College were Atty. Bayani C. Delos Reyes, its first president, Mrs. Betty D. Landicho, the Registrar and Mrs. Cynthia Mendoza, the Program Coordinator. Another strong pillar in the founding of the College was Sr. Maria Concepcion G. Cajilig, O.P. who served the College as Dean of Academic Affairs.

In the school year 2004-2005, the College started to offer Bachelor of Science in Nursing with total enrollees of 150. CHED granted a two-year level permit during the administration of Dr. Maria Rita C. Ortiz. The College also opened the two-year course Associate in Computer Technology leading to Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with 84 students. The following year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration was added. Different TESDA courses were also offered like two-year Computer Science, Two-year Computer Secretarial and Two-year Computer Technician.

In the school year 2007-2008, the courses being offered increased to Six Bachelor’s Degree Programs and 14 short-term courses ranging from one semester to three-year courses. The administrative staff serving the College are seventeen in all with 300 students. The present Administrator, Mr. Jamesy I. Reyes with all faculty and staff are exhausting all means for the College to offer additional programs and serve more people.

MISSION

St. Anthony College aims to provide higher level of instruction along technological, professional and scientific education, to produce globally competitive graduates equipped with productive skills and abilities with sense of responsibility and commitment in delivering basic, social, economic and ecological services that spearhead progress, improve quality of life and ultimately uphold human dignity.

VISION

St. Anthony College envisions to become an empowered institution of Higher Learning sustaining quality and excellence in the fields of Engineering and Technology, Medical Science, Business and Tourism, Education and Allied Disciplines. Graduates take the leadership role in generating gainful employment and have earned worldwide recognition for expertise in the profession contributing much to the development of the socio-economic life and welfare of humanity here at home and across the globe.

CORE VALUES

Love of God
Search for Truth
Patience
Compassion
Loyalty

Course Offerings

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Associate in Computer Technology

TESDA Courses
Two-year Computer Science
Two-year Computer Secretarial
Two-year Computer Technician

Source: http://stanthonycollege.blogspot.com