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TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) spearheaded the annual Livelihood Skills Competition at the Panaad Covered Court, yesterday in line with the 21st Panaad sa Negros Festival.

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

Karl Joseph Goroy and Alexis Saylo of Bago City grabbed the first spot in Cookery and Fruits and Vegetables Carving events while Gabriel Esparas and Jan Kenny Gallo of Manapla bagged the first place trophy in the Dried Flower Arrangement and Table Skirting, respectively.

In Cake decoration contest, Karen Marie de Asis of Kabankalan City got the first place and Rover Paul Vedad of the Municipality of Valladolid was hailed champion in the Flairtending event.

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. together with TESDA Region 6 OIC-Director Toni June Tamayo and OIC TESDA Negros Occidental Director Teresita Campantero led the opening ceremonies of the yearly skills competition.

Campantero expressed her gratitude to the provincial government for sustaining the skills and livelihood competition for 18 years already.

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

TESDA Holds 2014 Livelihood Skills Competition

“We should continue this skills competition because it is a mandate of TESDA and I am glad that the provincial government of Negros Occidental is supporting this event every year,” Tamayo said.

The top four winners of each category received cash prizes, certificates, gift packs and additional Petron Gasul products were given to the Cookery event participants and winners. */Capitol News

Panaad Festival Sponsors Pay Courtesy Visit to Guv

Panaad Festival Sponsors Pay Courtesy Visit to Guv

Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (2nd from left) welcomes the 2GO Group, namely, Grace Golez, Stephen Rey Tagud and Bi-Anne Tupas (l-r) at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City for the Panaad sa Negros Festival celebration. 2GO is one of the major sponsors of this year’s festivity and organizer of the “Little Lin-ay sang 2GO” Pageant. /Capitol photo

Panaad Festival Sponsors Pay Courtesy Visit to Guv

Land Bank of the Philippines executives headed by its president, Gilda E. Pico (seated 3rd from left) paid a courtesy visit to Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 3rd from right) during their visit to Negros Occidental for the Panaad sa Negros Festival 2014 celebration at the Panaad Park and Stadium, yesterday. LBP is a yearly sponsor of the Panaad Festival. /Capitol photo

Panaad Festival Sponsors Pay Courtesy Visit to Guv

The delegation from International Finance Corp. headed by Shinji Yashimoto and Helen Han during a meeting with Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 3rd from right) at the Panaad Stadium, yesterday. They visited the province for the projects of Bronzeoak-Thomas Lloyd in Negros Occidental. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group stationed in the USA, has expressed interest to provide financing aid to their biomass and solar projects. /Capitol photo

Negrense PMA Graduates of 2014 Meet Guv at 21st Panaad Festival

Negrense PMA Graduates of 2014 Meet Guv at 21st Panaad Festival

VISIT. Philippine Military Academy (PMA) graduates of batch 2014 (l-r) 2Lt. Jeffrey Gerona of Bacolod City, 2Lt. Christopher Lloyd Saldua of Valladolid, 2Lt. Leonard Liper of Kabankalan, 2Lt. David Joshua Rojo of Bacolod and 2Lt. Joefrie Bautista Iballa of Himamaylan City called on Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. together with NOPPO Director Col. Milko Lirazan (4th from left) and PPDO Ma. Lina Sanogal (right) at the Panaad Park and Stadium, yesterday. */Capitol photo