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GenSan celebrates 13th Tuna Fest

Tuna’s Bounty. Street dancing showing the abundance of tuna industry in GenSan highlights the celebration of the 13th Tuna Festival on September 5, 2011 at Oval Plaza

Convivial. Festive. Jovial.

These were the 13th tuna festival of General Santos City as it swayed on August 26-September 5,2011.

With a theme, “Exploring New Depths, Conquering New Heights.” Festival Chairwoman Hon. Darlene Antonino-Custodio encourages everyone to join their hands for the development of the city.

“Generals are the blessing of our city, let us pray for the fortitude of General Santos, for the officials and for all its constituents.” Custodio remarked.

14 big establishments joined the Tuna Float Competition pushing up the Royal Hotel to be on top, followed by Amandari Cove And DOLE Philipines respectively.

Also, elementary and secondary schools competed on  street dancing competition which mesmerized the attention of over 10,000 people. General Santos City Sped Integrated school ranked first for both category, 2nd place were Pedro Acharon Sr. Elementary school and Ireneo Santiago High School for secondary level and the third place was bagged by  UCCP Christian School of  Lagao for  elementary and Lanton National High School.

Moreover,  Karagatan Awards recognized the top 10 unsung heroes of the Tuna Industry. Other    activities include the Search for, Munting Mutya  ng  GenSan and Pop Idol Competition and the Search for Mr. and Ms. GenSan thrilled the Generals and the guests.



2011 NAMCYA D’ Voce outstands choral groups in Mindanao

Triumphant Smiles. The D’ Voce Choir  of GSCHS, trainer/conductress Nida P. Lumunsad and teachers from Deped Region XII pose with their  winning smiles during the Regional NAMCYA Competition at Tagum City on September 17, 2011.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore is not an act but a habit.”

This was the winning principle of GSCHS D’ Voce Choir in grabbing the limelight during the Mindanao Music Competition for Young Artist (NAMCYA) Competition held at Ariesgado College Gym, Tagum City on September 17, 2011.

With their conductress, Mrs. Nida P. Lumunsad ,SPA Coordinator, the 24- Member Choir bagged awards for their overall performance beating Davao City National High School and Tagum City National High School, both from Region XI, that made them the only qualifier from Mindanao to the finals.

The Philippine Choral Directors Association (PCDA) judges of the said competition was impressed as D’ Voce sang “Alma Redemptoris”, a Latin song, “Credo” and “Calvary Medley”.
“I was overjoyed and thankful  of the result,” stated Mrs. Lumunsad.

On the other hand, D’ Voce Choir member, Zandro B. Zulueta of  IV- Caparas related of how he and his choir mates felt during and after it was announced that they were the champion.
“During the contest, we were so nervous at the same time excited. Then as it was announced that we were the champions, we were so overwhelmed that tears flowed from our eyes. We did not expect to win.”

D’ Voce Choir was trained daily during their specialization time and a whole day  practice thereafter a week before the contest.
Moreover, The D’ Voce Choir is qualified for the NAMCYA National Level at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Manila on November 25, 2011.


Salubre bares perk-ups for Calumpang

Barangay Captain Reynaldo Salubre divulges his achievements  in Calumpang during  the City Hall sa Barangay last September 23, 2011.

Reynaldo Salubre, Calumpang’s Barangay Captain pulled off five projects within his first year term as an official of improving Calumpang’s state.

Salubre attained five successful projects involving concrete road along Cahilsot and Romana, medical mission in Purok Quilantang with 1,500 beneficiaries, ‘Barangay Scholar Program’ benefited by 600 students of City High, Romana and Cahilsot I and II, the feeding program for identified malnourished children and free eyeglasses for Senior Citizens with the help of City Vice Mayor Shirlyn Bañas- Nograles and lastly, the peaceful Purok  Election held last July 17, 2011.

With the population if 106,000 Calumpang had developed resulting to more people and demands. The flourished projects are to lessen the growing necessities. More projects are currently planned and executed.


Buwan ng Wika in GSCHS - Studes reminisce Filipino culture

Filipino Pride. Kalingaw Dancers of  Special Program in the Arts show diversity of  Filipino culture and values in the celebration of Buwan ng Wika.

Nationalism. Pride. Dignity.

These were the values that invigorated the spirit of General Santos City High School to hold the annual celebration of “ Buwan ng Wika “ at the school’s Taiwan Hall on September 1,2011

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