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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Gawad Agustino


It was an evening of glitz and glamor as the men and women of Colegio San Agustin–Bacolod, Events Management Class 2017-2018, gathered to recognize and honor individuals and institutions that have contributed to the betterment of society.

It was an evening to remember as the College of Accountancy, Business Education, and Computer Studies held the much-awaited Gawad Agustino 2017 - Gabi ng Parangal.

Under the guidance and leadership of their HM area head Belinda Berbenzana, and with the hard work and dedication of the working committee, the awards night was able to bring together an impressive number of business pillars, prime movers, and influential personalities in the fields of hospitality and tourism. With the batch united as one they showed their appreciation to these awardees by celebrating their achievements and their important contribution to the advancement of these fields.

This year's Gawad Agustino is said to be the most admired Gabi ng Parangal in its history. Congratulations for a job well done! Working tirelessly day and night were the Events Class of 2017-2018, represented by their chairperson Daniella Joy Doneza, Joan Ann Yasay - secretariat, Julie David - finance head, Erika Bedayos and Mae Ann Yap - finance members; Jessa Anne Postrado - registration committee head, Mae Latorgo, Joan Yasay, and Kelsey Talavera - registration committee embers; Jorey Adalim Jr. - sales and promotion committee head with Kelsey Talavera, Sahirah

Prile, Arah Anasaria, and Kassel Bermejo as members; Mary Chua - solicitation committee head, Van Josua Tan as logistics committee head, and Grace Joy Velasco as program committee head.*

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A parade of lights

The STI-West Negros University last night held its 24 th Parade of Lights, from the school to the Bacolod public plaza, passing by San Juan Street.

The event was attended by about 4,000 students , faculty members and staff. The school had said the “Parade of Lights is a tangible statement of faith and commitment, which emphasizes the Wesnecans' willingness to march not for an earthly cause but to share God's goodness to all”.

This year's lantern designs highlighted craftsmanship and artistry.*

A parade of lights

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