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Tatak Negrense

Welcome TATAK NEGRENSE to your homes. Featuring the best in Negros life and lifestyle. Showing the serene yet exciting landscape of sugarlandia and its captivating cuisine. Showcasing the rich Negrense history and culture. Highlighting the uniqueness and beauty of Negrense arts and crafts.

Focusing on the life and invaluable contribution of Negrense heroes and leaders, shakers and movers who shape and define the province’s path towards growth and development

Rey Impormasyon

The toys were small plastic characters with fabric clothing and synthetic yarn hair, all in fantastic, garishly bright colors. Each came with a fold-out cardboard Playland mat, a "Magic Bridge Clip" to link one mat to another, some wild (and often quite fragile!) accessories, a mode of transportation, and a name that summed up their character in a few nonsensical words. All of the individual Playland mats were designed to be placed together using the Bridge Clips to make the "Happidiculous World" of The Upsys and Downsys.

PPC-RV NEW

he Second Plenary Council of the Philippines, held in February 1991, called for reforms in the conduct of Philippine elections. In May of 1991, in response to this call, H.E. Jaime Cardinal Sin, Commission on Elections (Philippines) Comelec Commissioner Haydee Yorac, then-Laity President Henrietta T. de Villa, Bishop Gabriel Reyes, Msgr. Bayani Valenzuela and 30 Parish Lay Leaders conceived PPCRV in Villa San Miguel in Mandaluyong City.

Church And Politics

City Of Bacolod Program

Bacolod /ˌbɒˈkoʊləd/ (Hiligaynon: Dakbanwa sang Bacolod; Tagalog: Lungsod ng Bacolod; Spanish: Ciudad de Bacólod) is a city in the Philippines.[5] It is the capital of the province of Negros Occidental. Having a total of 511,820 inhabitants as of 2010, it is the most populous city in Western Visayas and the 17th most populous city of the Philippines.[6] It is part of the Bacolod Metropolitan Area, which also includes the cities of Silay and Talisay.[7] It is notable for its MassKara Festival held during the 3rd week of October. Known for

Amlig Pamilya

Amlig Pamilya is a 1-hour Diocesan family evangelization program aired on DYAF Radyo Veritas Global-Bacolod every Friday at 10:30AM. It is hosted by Linda Uy is Certified Public Accountant and a family life advocate - Linda Uy.

Tagbalay

Tagbalay is a DYAF Radyo Veritas Global-Bacolod's distance learning program on air. It is aired from Monday to Thursday from 10:00 to 11:30 in the morning. It is hosted by Rose Tan.

Program schedules are the following:

  • Monday: youth and christian parenting
  • Tuesday: Home management, livelihood and cooking
  • Wednesday:Family health care and natural family planning
  • Thursday: Avocacies on life, marriage, family counseling on air