|Posted by rcpuri on February 26, 2013 at 2:00 PM||comments (1)|
Here is the certified list of local candidates this coming May 2013 elections in San Antonio, Quezon.
FOR MAYOR - SAN ANTONIO
DELA PEÑA, SABINO (NP)
PILLERBA, ALVIN (UNA)
WAGAN, ERICK (LP)
FOR VICE-MAYOR - SAN ANTONIO
DIMAANO, MARIO (NP)
MURPHY, JENNIFER (NUP)
VESLIÑO, JAY (LP)
FOR COUNCILOR - SAN ANTONIO
ATIENZA, LEONARDO (NP)
BURGOS, RONIE (LP)
COMETA, MA. VILMA (LP)
CUEVAS, MELO (LP)
DIN, RANDY (NP)
DIN, RAQUEL (UNA)
GUCE, MARIO (NP)
HERNANDEZ, NERISSA (LP)
HIWATIG, ALVIN (LP)
MENDOZA, MANOLO (NP)
PASAJOL, SEVERINO (NP)
PENTINIO, EDITA (LP)
PEREZ, EDNA (LP)
PILLERBA, JEFFERSON (UNA)
QUITA, GERARDO (UNA)
RIZO, VENUSTIANO (UNA)
SALES, ALLAN (LP)
UMALI, CELESTE (UNA)
Source: COMELEC - See more at: http://pinoygov.blogspot.ae/2013/02/elections-2013-Local-Candidates-San-Antonio-Quezon.html#sthash.3GMtnFxR.dpuf
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abs-cbnNEWS.com Posted at 05/17/2010 4:08 PM |
A private helicopter carrying Quezon Gov. Rafael Nantes of the Liberal Party crashed in Lucena City Monday, killing all 4 people on board. Maj. Romy Caranza, security staff of Nantes, identified the victims as Nantes, pilot Capt. Nestor Sanchez, Army Master Sergeant Alfred Dominguez and Police Officer 3 Randy Roperez.
"Confirmed na po. Wala na po siya [Nantes] ‘tsaka iyong mga kasama niya. Sunog na sunog po iyong chopper," Lando Villamor, Nantes's photographer, said in an interview on ANC.
He said the Robinson R-44 helicopter (registry number C2250) crashed into 2 houses at Hael Subdivision 1 Barangay Iyam.
Caranza said Nantes had attended a flag-raising ceremony at Quezon National High School and was on his way back to Manila when the crash occurred. He said the helicopter took off at 3:10 p.m. and crashed about a kilometer from the take-off point 5 minutes later
He blamed mechanical failure for the crash, based on eyewitnesses' reports.
An additional report said 2 children on the ground were also killed. Nantes, who was treasurer of the Liberal Party (LP), recently lost a re-election bid against David Suarez of Lakas-Kampi CMD.
Florencio "Butch" Abad, the LP campaign manager said the death of Nantes was a great loss to the party and to Quezon province.
Nantes was a stalwart follower and loyal LP member, Abad told ABS-CBN News.
Abad added that Senator Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III, LP standard-bearer, and his running mate Sen. Mar Roxas both extended their condolonces to Nantes's bereaved family. - Reports from ANC; abs-cbnNEWS.com/Newsbreak
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San Antonio, QuezonCandidates
For Vice Mayor
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May 2010 Election Candidates
For Provincial Governor
Dator,Hobart Jr Deveza
Sta Maria,Gleceria Donghil
(Lakas Kampi CMD)
For Provincial Vice Governor
Laspinas,Florencio Sr. Eglipa
For Provincial Board Member Second District
Ejercito,Gary Jason Bocaling
Ona,Jose Jr. Albania
Punzalan,Antonio Añano Arao
Talaga,Romano Franco Claudio
For Member, House of Representatives Second District
Bico,James Rey Castro
SAN ANTONIO, Quezon Candidates
Wagan, Jr., Aniano ArielMarquez "Ariel" (LP )
For Vice Mayor
Dela Peña, Sabino Magpantay "Ben" (LP )
Dimaano, Mario Maralit "Mar" (LKS-KAM )
Cuevas, Carmelo Mendoza "Melo" (IND. )
Hernandez, Nerissa Napoles "Nene" (LP )
Hiwatig, Pablito Lunar "Abling" (LP )
Latuza, Antonio Andal "Tony" (LP )
Murphy, Jennifer Hernandez "JennyHernandez" (NPC )
Pentinio, Manolito Burgos "Lito" (LP )
Perez, Edna Aranda "Edna" (LP )
Pillerba, Jefferson Gomez "Jeff" (LP )
Real, Felix Masilungan "Elis" (LP )
Vesliño, Jay Sia "J" (LP )
|Posted by rcpuri on February 25, 2010 at 5:40 PM||comments (0)|
SARIAYA, Quezon — Rep. Proceso J. Alcala (2nd district, Quezon)announced yesterday the winners in the “Procesong Gulay para saMasaganang Buhay” contest conducted in cooperation with the Departmentof Education (DepEd) and Allied Botanical Corp.
The school version of the contest is called “Gulayan sa Paaralan” best school competition (Season II).
Alcala said that the elementary schools in the towns of Dolores, SanAntonio, Tiaong, Candelaria, Sariaya and Lucena City participated inthe contest in which three elementary schools were selected winnersunder the municipal-level category.
He said that the contest aims to promote awareness among elementaryand high school students in appreciating vegetables production andprocessing.
He announced that the contest winners were San Antonio CentralSchool in San Antonio town, first prize; first runner-up, MontecilloElementary School in Sariaya town; and second runner-up, TamisanElementary School in Tamisan.
Speaking at the awardingceremony held at the Sentrong Pamilihang Bayan of Quezon here, Alcalaappealed to some 300 people, mostly teachers, principals, students andbarangay officials, to continuously support the project becauseFilipinos, according to a research, are not so keen in eatingvegetables.
“If our national government and my colleagues in Congress supportorganic farming, the Filipinos would not experience poverty,” Alcalasaid, adding that six farmers living at Sitio Orboc, this town havealready constructed bungalow houses with their income from organicfarming in the past 10 months.
Alcala informed his audience that Dr. Mauro Blauta of DepEd’s Lucenadistrict office and DepEd office in Laguna district are both promotingorganic farming by conducting seminars and training for farmers.
The congressman also appealed to Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap,through Assistant Secretary Dennis Araullo who was present during theawarding rites, to see to it that Quezon has an “open window” fororganic farming.
Source: Manila Bulletin
|Posted by rcpuri on February 25, 2010 at 7:56 AM||comments (0)|
Buliran is aprogressive barrio situated in the eastern part of Tiaong, Quezon and boundedby the municipality of Padre Garcia,Batangas. Its history was unknown to the knowledge of many of its residents.This was formerly known as Buliran, a barrio covered with a thick cogon andburi trees. The pioneers of the place were the westerners or Batanguenos whowitnessed its prestige and later on cultivated and tilled its Virgin andfertile land.
It was alsoduring that time when a family of bandits came and bowed horror among thehearts of inhabitants. These bandits was headed by Kulas Igat who was the Hell.This notorious bandits and followers often raided San Pablo,Laguna, Tiaong and Candelaria, Quezon and San Juanand Rosario inBatangas. The creation of San Antonio as aseparate district and independent town from Tiaong was embodied in ExecutiveOrder 270 Series of 1957 issued on Oct. 4, 1957 by President Carlos P. Garciathru the suggestion of Fr. Calixto Jamilla, the newly created town waschristened San Antonio.