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The Pag-IBIG Fund PILLAR Awards for Best Emplo yer-Members was given to Philippine Associated Smelting and Refining (PASAR) Corporation at the company’s administration conference room on March 10, 2009. The award is given for the continued Pag-IBIG membership of PASAR employees that “has allowed the Fund to reach out to its millions of members, bring its various programs to their doorsteps, and enable it to assist members realize their dream of saving for their future.” At the same time, the institution is able to provide partner employer an additional non-wage benefit program available to Pag-IBIG members. Photo shows Engr. J. Paul R. Tan, AVP-Human Resource and Administration, receiving the Certificate of Recognition from Ms. Flordelis B. Menzon, Department Manager, Pag-IBIG Fund-Tacloban City. Others in photo are from left, Ma. Socorro M. Negparanon, Personnel Assistant; Lope Danilo G. Labastilla, Manager, HR and Administrative Services; Diana S. Sanico, sr. manager, personnel administration and Sherlock A. Codilla, Senior Manager, Industrial and Community Relations. To the left of Ms. Menzon are Jose E. Clarin, Assistant Department Manager; Pag-IBIG driver, Ernesto D. Amande, Marketing and Enforcement staff; William T. Veloso, Chief, Marketing and Enforcement; and Jennylind L. Barreta, Marketing and Enforcement staff.

Kananga , Leyte- Education secretary Jesli Lapus reveled in the result of the latest Pulse Asia survey among various government agencies, which ranked the Department of Education with the highest level of efficiency at 62 percent.

This was the proud announcement of Lapus who was here in this town on Friday, March 13, to inaugurate some SEDIP funded school buildings and a science laboratory. He also proceeded to nearby Ormoc City to visit the e-Learning Center there, which was established through the joint initiative of the private and public sector.
The education secretary of the highly ranked agency arrived at past 12:00 noon, his visit marked by school children waiting along the roads with bannerettes, who were made to stay past their lunch time. The first stop of Lapus was at the Kananga National High School where he graced the blessing and turnover of a two-story SEDIP funded school building and an industrial arts building. read more

icot-with idols.jpgTACLOBAN CITY – The fever is up again on who would get the province’s top singing talent as the provincial government of Leyte is set to hold the Grand Finals night for its Season 4 Search for Leyte IDOL Special Edition.

This year’s Grand Finalists include Ibona Panto of Ormoc City; Jeffrey Callosa of Palo, Leyte; Natasha Mae Resos of Maasin City, Southern Leyte; Leih Ann Arcales of Catbalogan, Samar; Aprille Joy Campanero of Giporlos, Eastern Samar; Jefferson Cabatana of Tacloban City; another Taclobanon Janine Faith Tiempo and Brian Gilles of Southern Leyte. read more

11 injured in accident

road pile up in valencia.jpgORMOC CITY – 11 people were injured in a road pile up that involved a sugarcane truck, a passenger van and one motorcycle. The accident happened March 4, Wednesday, at the highway along Brgy. Valencia, this city. It was learned that the sugarcane truck, which was on its way to haul cane to HISUMCO in Kananga, Leyte, lost its brakes and rammed into a Duptours passenger van which was coming the other way. A single motorcycle following the van bumped the rear portion of the van when the driver failed to brake in time. The injured passengers were identified as Pepe Nebrel, 45, and his children Errol, 10, and Raiza Nebrel, 7. The two youngsters had to be brought to Tacloban City because of serious injuries. read more

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