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COC: Award and Culmination day

By: Dave Achondo A bright and sunny day at Cagayan de Oro College (COC) as 69 cute little kids finished their 15 days of free reading class. This was COC’s second year to hold a free lesson for children, coming from nearby barangays of Carmen, CDO for free; where kids ...

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Sikat Ka Higala: Clash of the Wheels

By: Sheryl Macale Ashton Martin, Ferrari, Jaguar, Porsche, BMW, and Mercedez Benz were the few of the most expensive cars. The luxury to have one is endless. Wishful thinking, I have rode on some in my stay in the states. Well Chevy Camaro is one of my favorite since the other ...

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SWIMWEAR for the Modern Kagay-anon CHIC

  By: Dhenny D. Summer is definitely here! The plans for an ideal holiday get-away with friends, family and partners are happening soon. The bad news ladies – although most of you are not keen into admitting it – you are terrified with what swimwear you will be wearing that ...

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Beat the Heat: Thirst Quencher’s

Feeling Hot this summer? I’m sure you are. And thanks to our partner’s at Jamaican International Mixology, we were lucky enough to get a chance to taste their thirst quenching Summer Coolers and we are even happy to share the recipe with all of you. We were given 5 Coolers ...

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Cenro does it again!

By Ben Contreras NOT so long ago, two logging trucks were intercepted by Clenro Edwin Dael and his team and were parked near the outpost of the DENR in Lumbia! Mr. Dael found discrepancies in the documents. He suspected collusion between the illegal loggers and some Cenro people The following morning, one ...

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Words, images and the Bible

By Fr. Leo Pabayo WHAT an image signifies is what matters. Moses’ use of the image of the serpent is proof of this. The fact that the serpent is generally regarded by people as repulsive and fearsome proves all the more that an image of anything in God’s creation can be ...

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Coffee bean leadership

By Churchill Aguilar ONE of my passions is advocating good leadership. It is one of the reasons why even if I get thrown to different jobs or get assigned to different functions I always find time to conduct leadership training seminars to corporate institutions, NGOs and schools. My modules vary depending ...

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