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HAPPY NEW YEAR SORSOGON

Yes,,,in just a few hours from now. New Year Eve is one of the happiest celebrations where in we give our best wishes, messages and quotes to our families, friends and love ones.

It’s the time for us to look back from the past and reflecting on the changes we want to make for ourselves. Most importantly, this is the best time for us to give thanks to Father God for all the blessings we have received for this year 2011.

Have a happy and prosperous New Year 2012. May the blessings of the Lord enrich your family and friends, not only in wealth but in health, love and happiness!!

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Top 12 Cool Interesting Facts About 2012

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Aside from the obvious Mayan Calendar and Biblical references, there are also some interesting factoids spawning all over the web that would really add up to the end-of-the-world scenario. Some are interesting, some are funny, and most are just weirdly connected. Want to know them all?

1) The 2012 Olympics will be held in that great city of the World London.

2) NASA predicts that a great meteor will narrowly miss the earth in 2012.

3) The Vatican holds very closely to the Prophecy of St. Malachy. This Medieval Monk had described, one by one, a total of 112 popes until Doomsday. The current Pope, Benedict XVI is the 111th named Pope. Only one Pope remains. And he has a name: Peter the Roman.

4) There are exactly 2012 days between the June 20 2007 Summer solstice and the December 21 2012 Winter solstice.

5) It is anticipated that the last son of the KGB, Vladimir Putin, will return to rule Russia in 2012.

6) The Times News Network predicts that global financial markets will crash in 2012.

7) An elder of the New Zealand Maori reports that the Maoris have taught for centuries that the great curtain over the world will be “torn” in 2012.

8) According to numerology, every number has a corresponding letter associated with it. Reading the date as a number, 12-21-12, it translates into A-B-B-A-A-B. Reading it from left to right, it becomes BA ABBA. In Hebrew, a language read from left to right, it means “Father comes / Father is coming”.

9) Did you know that the Earth has a heartbeat? Yes! It is called the Schumann Cavity Resonance, the frequency of the Earth. Since its discovery up ’til 1986 the Earth’s “heartbeat” was a constant 7.8 Hertz per second. Since then it raised dramatically up to 10 Hertz per second, up to 1998. After that, magnetic properties of the Earth dramatically dropped and is expected to reach its zero point on… 2012.

10) When viewed from above, the layout of the three Giza Pyramids in Egypt coincides with the shape that will be assumed by the three stars which make up the belt of the constellation Orion on December 21, 2012.

11)World oil consumption is beginning to peak through the abuse and misuse of the earth’s natural resources, and it is predicted that oil consumption will peak in 2012.

12)The alignment of Sun, Moon and the earth on December 21, 2012 is significant because gravitational release of hidden asteroids can take place.

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Mga tanggapan ng pamahalaan nagbigay babala sa publiko ukol sa paggamit ng mga paputok

Ni: Bennie A. Recebido

LUNGSOD NG SORSOGON, Disyembre 22 (PIA) – Nagkakaisa ang mga ahensya ng pamahalaan dito sa pag-abiso sa publiko ukol sa dapat gawing mga pag-iingat kaugnay ng paggamit ng mga paputok ngayong pasko at bagong taon.

Babala ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Sorsogon Provincial Office alinsunod na rin sa panawagan ni DENR Bicol Regional Executive Director Joselin Marcus Fragada at DENR Secretary Ramon Paje na dapat na mag-ingat ang publiko sa mga naiipong alikabok mula sa mga paputok na sumasabay sa hangin sapagkat napakamapanganib nito sa kalusugan.

Naglalaman din umano ang mga paputok ng sulfur, uling at iba pang mga materyal na nakabubuo ng greenhouse gases kapag nakahalo na ito sa hangin. Kung kaya’t dapat na maiwasang malanghap ito ng mga taong may asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia, rhinitis, at sinusitis.

Suportado din ng DENR Sorsogon Provincial Office ang panawagang dapat na magtalaga ang bawat lokal na pamahalaan ng isang lugar na pagdadausan ng pagpapaputok sa darating na pasko at bagong taon.

Mahigpit din ang kampanya ng Department of Health at ng Provincial Health Office kaugnay ng inilunsad na programang Aksyon: Paputok Injury Reduction (APIR) upang mabawasan ang bilang ng nabibiktima ng mga malalakas na paputok. Umaasa ang ahensya na maiiwasan at mababawasan ang pagkalagas ng buhay ng tao at bilang ng mga nasusugatan lalong-lalo na ang mga kabataan na may edad mula sampu pataas.

Sa tala ng DOH umabot ng 200 porsyento ang itinaas ng bilang ng mga naputukan noong taong 2010 kumapara noong taong 2009. Sa kampanyang APIR, higit pang palalakasin ng ahensya ang pagpapaalala sa mamamayan tungkol sa dapat at hindi dapat gawin sa pagsalubong ng pasko at bagong taon.

Maging ang Philippine National Police at Bureau of Fire Protection ay mahigpit din ang payo sa publiko na pag-ibayuhin ang pag-iingat laban sa mga paputok lalo’t kadalasang naitatala ang mga disgrasya at malalaking sunog sa panahong nagdiriwang ng bagong taon.

Paalala din ng BFP sa publiko na huwag gumamit ng mga malalakas at ipinagbabawal na paputok sa pagsalubong sa bagong taon upang maiwasan ang disgrasya at pagkawala ng buhay bagkus ay salubungin na lamang ito sa pamamagitan ng paggamit ng mga bagay na hindi mapaminsala.

Sa bayan ng Bulan, mahigpit na ipinag-utos ni Senior Fire Officer IV Tomas Dio sa kanyang mga tauhan na pag-ibayuhin ang inspeksyon sa mga tindahan ng paputok upang matiyak na walang magbebenta ng mga ipinagbabawal na paputok.

Dagdag pa ng opisyal na magsasagawa din ang Bulan Fire Station ng Fire Truck Visibility kung saan mag-iikot ang mga bumbero sa kabayanan at mga kalapit na barangay upang patuloy na mapaalalahanan ang publiko ukol sa kampanya sa iwas-paputok. (PIA Sorsogon)

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Sorsogon general new military chief

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President Aquino presides over the change of command between outgoing AFP chief Gen. Eduardo Oban Jr (Left) and incoming Lt. Gen. Jessie Dellosa (right) at Camp Aguinaldo on Monday. Ralph Joel

Lt. Gen.  Jessie D. Dellosa, a former aide-de-camp to the late former President Corazon Aquino, has been named chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, replacing General Eduardo Oban Jr., who retires Tuesday at the age of 56, three Cabinet officials and two senior military officers disclosed Sunday.

It was Dellosa who implemented “Oplan Daybreak” that led to the rescue of American missionary Gracia Burnham and the killing of Abu Sayyaf leader Abu Sabaya nine years ago in Mindanao.

President Benigno Aquino III is expected to announce Monday the appointment of Dellosa, the head of the Northern Luzon (Nolcom) Command, to the top AFP post when the Commander in Chief addresses the troops during turnover rites at the AFP general headquarters at Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City.

Both Dellosa, who was born in Bacon, Sorsogon, and Oban, who is also from Sorsogon, belong to the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Class 1979.

“It’s Dellosa. He’s been the choice for some time now as far as I know,” a key Cabinet official said, speaking on condition that he not be identified as he was not authorized to discuss the matter with the media.

The official said Dellosa was a great choice because of his reputation for “righting the wrongs” in the units he had led.

Another Cabinet official on Sunday night confirmed that Dellosa, described as mild-mannered and quiet, was the next AFP chief of staff.

“That’s what I hear unless there are changes at the last minute,” said the Cabinet official, who also did not want to be named for lack of authority to speak about the matter.

Still another Cabinet official, who is known to be close to the President, said Dellosa’s new appointment was “actually an open secret now within the AFP.”

Two military sources, both officers who serve under Dellosa’s command, said reports about the assumption of their commander to the top AFP post reached them on  Sunday. They, however, declined to say how they got the report or who circulated the information.

43rd chief

Dellosa becomes the 43rd chief of staff of the 130,000-strong military in a formal change of command ceremony in Camp Aguinaldo Monday.

Malacañang deferred announcing the incoming AFP chief of staff until the day itself of the turnover ceremony, keeping most of those in the AFP in suspense.

When Mr. Aquino appointed then General Ricardo David in July 2010 and Oban on March 7, Malacañang made the announcement before the formal turnover.

A decorated Army Scout Ranger officer, Dellosa is a recipient of numerous awards topped by a Distinguished Service Star, two Wounded Personnel Medals, two Gold Cross Medals, 39 Military Merit Medals, six Bronze Cross Medal, Long Service Medal, Marksmanship Badge Expert and Outstanding Achievement Medal.

Dellosa was appointed chief of Nolcom, which is based in Camp Servillano Aquino in Tarlac City, on July 22. As Nolcom chief, he commands all the military forces in northern and central areas of Luzon.

Before that, he was the commander of the Army’s 2nd Infantry Division based in Tanay, Rizal, that was responsible for the capture of top New People’s Army commander, Tirso Alcantara, on July 28, 2010.

He also served as deputy commander of the AFP Central Command based in Cebu City, among his many command posts.

Special commander

From 1988 to 1992, Dellosa was group commander of the special reaction unit of the Presidential Security Group that defended Malacañang from a series of deadly coups d’etat.

He later became junior aide-de-camp to then President Corazon Aquino. The democracy icon took him as personal escort on critical occasions, including her peace pact with the Cordillera People’s Liberation Army on Mt. Data in 1987.

Dellosa served as commanding officer of the 16th and 14th Scout Ranger (SR) Company, commandant of the SR Training School and commander of Task Group “Panther” from 1992 to 1997. He was commander of the 1st SR battalion in Basilan from 1997 to 1999.

As deputy task force commander and operations officer of Joint Task Force “Comet,” he implemented “Oplan Daybreak” that led to the rescue of Burnham from Abu Sayyaf bandits and the killing of Sabaya.

According to an officer, Dellosa sees “no victory” when the enemy suffers fatalities because in the aftermath, the killings “do more harm than good.”

The officer said Dellosa believed that using arms should be the last resort of any soldier. “He’s a soldier of peace,” the officer said.

From 2004 to 2007, Dellosa was the chief of staff of the 4th Infantry Division.

Then he served as deputy commander of the First Scout Ranger Regiment and concurrently group commander of special Task Group Sulu that was instrumental in the neutralization of Abu Sayyaf leader Abu Solaiman in January 2007.

Dellosa was named the PMA commandant of cadets in August 2007.

He underwent extensive military training as an infantry officer, intelligence officer, scuba diver, hostage rescuer, Scout Ranger and in airborne and antiterrorism courses.

First assignment

After graduation from the PMA, Dellosa was assigned in Jolo, Sulu, where he fought Moro rebels for three years and earned the coveted Outstanding Achievement Award for Military Operations awarded by the PMA Alumni Association in 1988.

Dellosa was born in Sorsogon on Jan. 20, 1957, but grew up in Lucena City.

Oban will step down a day ahead of his mandatory retirement on Dec. 13.

Only the fifth Air Force general to be the AFP chief of staff, Oban assumed office on March 7 at the height of the pabaon scandal that exposed multimillion peso slush fund enjoyed by former top military officials.

He vowed to stamp out corruption in the military and made fiscal and logistics reforms the cornerstone of his term. He also promised to hold himself and all officials accountable for the proper use of funds in light of allegation that funds were diverted for cash gifts or pabaon of retiring top officials.

His focus was on reforms, peace, modernization and morale and welfare.

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DA-HVCDP tugon sa pagpapaangat ng kabuhayan ng komunidad

Ni: Bennie A. Recebido

Lungsod ng Sorsogon, December 9 (PIA) – Limang mga organisasyon sa lalawigan ng Sorsogon kabilang na ang Rural Improvement Club (RIC) ang tatanggap ngayong araw ng mga kagamitan para sa paggawa ng Pili Shellcraft.

Pangungunahan ng Department of Agriculture (DA), opisyal nang ipamamahagi ang limang set ng mga kagamitan kasama na ang mga makina sa mga ay dentipikadong benepisyaryo ng Pili Development Program sa ilalim ng High Value Crops Development Program (HVCDP).

Ang HVCDP ay isa sa mga prayoridad na programa ng DA na binuo upang matugunan ang seguridad sa pagkain, pagbabawas ng kahirapan at sustenableng pag-unlad ng komunidad.

Tinutulungan din nitong maisulong ang produksyon, proseso, bentahan at pamamahagi ng mga matataas na kalidad ng produkto at mapataas ang kita, makabuo ng oportunidad pangkabuhayan at makaambag sa pag-papaunlad ng pambansang agrikultura sa Pilipinas.

Inaasahang dadalo sa aktibidad sina Dr. Jose V. Dayao, Regional Executive Director ng DA-Bicol Regional Field Unit, HVCDP regional Coordinator Rose M. Imperial, Regional Agriculture and Fisheries Council (RAFC) Chair Alfredo Rillo, Provincial AFC Chair Godofredo Ditan, Sorsogon Provincial Management Office Executive Director Sally A. Lee at Asst. provincial Agriculturist Dr. Ma. Teresa V. Destura.

Ang opisyal na pamamahagi ng mga kagamitan ay isasabay din sa gagawing 178th Provincial Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting kung saan tatalakayin ang mga naging kaganapan sa isinagawang 3rd Bicol AFC Summit 2011 at mga impormasyong nakuha mula sa ginanap na “Local Government Unit (LGU) Consultation on the Formulation of Agri-Fisheries Modernization Plan for 2012-2017”.

Nakatakda ring magbigay ng ulat ang mga Municipal AFC alinsunod sa National AFC monitoring/accomplishment forms at pagususmite ng PAFC secretariat ng mga kopya ng ginawa at ipinasang Municipal at City AFC resolution ngayong taon at paglalahad ng mga aksyong ginawa ng mga kinauukulang ahensya. (PIA Sorsogon)

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