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Mlang public cemetery opens bone niches
Pre-employment orientation seminar for butchers
Mayor Joselito F. Pinol orients the participants successfully completed training for butchering in the towns' double "A" slaughterhouse. The pre-employment orientation seminar was conducted at the municipal rooftop on Monday. The town of Mlang is the sole municipality operating double A slaughterhouse in North CotabatoAdd a comment
New attraction that soothe the hearts and minds
Municipal employees take time to posed for photograph in front of the new landmark during their break time on Friday noon. The dripping fountain aside from being an attraction,. it also soothe the hearts and minds according to some residents and visitors who visited the place especially during night time. Colorful lights at night add beauty to it..Add a comment
First IP CPA visits Mayor Joselito Pinol
Catheryn Canete-Formanez on Tuesday (October 21) afternoon visits the office of Mayor Joselito Pinol and personally thanked the mayor in sending her to college through LGU scholarship program. Formanez passed the certified Public Accountant Licensure Examnination in October. Mayor Pinol also surprises Formanez when he said "you can start working with us tomorrow"Add a comment
DTI representatives visit bamboo nursery in Mlang
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) representatives from national, regional and provincial offices respectively visit the bamboo nursery in Mlang, North Cotabato. Mayor Joselito Pinol said the establishment of bamboo nursery will produce engineered bamboo products and as part of climate change mitigation program in the town of Mlang.Add a comment
Photo news: Health Summit in Mlang
Mayor Joselito Pinol and Vice Mayor Russel Abonado awrad the plaque of appreciation to Department of Health (DOH) Regional Office 12 Director Dr. Teogenes Baluma, during the Health Summit held at the town of Mlang on Thursday (October 16). Assisting Mayor and Vice Mayor Pinol and Abonado are Dr. Glecerio Sotea, MD, The Municipal Health Office of Mlang and Dr. Eva Rabaya the chief of the Integrated Provincial health Office (IPHO) in North Cotabato.Add a comment
"I graduated because of your taxes," IP certified accountant says
MLANG, North Cotabato — (NDBC/October 18)--Dedication and strong determination.
Catheryn Canete-Formanez of Barangay Magallon passed the Licensure Examination for Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and became the first IP resident of this town to become CPA for the past 63 years.
Formanez is a pure “lumad” who belongs to the Kaulo tribe that usually lives in mountain tops.
She was a consistent honor student during her elementary and high school days and graduated on top of her class while helping her parents attend to their small rice farm.
Armed with unusually high grades, she confidently applied for the scholarship grant from the Local Government Unit (LGU). She took the qualifying exam easily and earned the respect of screening committee that gave her the go signal to pursue education.
She took up Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSC) and graduated cum laude in March 2014.
“Thank you for your prayers and encouragement. I owe this success to God and to the people of Mlang because of their taxes paid to LGU, I was able to pursue my college education,” Formanez said.
Harold Santillan, LGU scholarship coordinator, described Formanez as hardworking, dedicated to her studies and persevered to achieve her dream of earning a college degree.Add a comment
- Photo news: Dripping fountain as new attraction
- All set for Undas in Mlang
- Mlang's senior citizens get 3rd quarter pension from DSWD
- Another priest for Mlang
- OMI-founded parish turns 66
- Mlang seniors, honored, recognized with health programs
- Soil erosion threatens Mlang bridge, houses
- Mlang MDRRMC asks SB to place town under calamity due to floods
- Flash floods hit Mlang low-lying villages
- Comelec Mlang nanawagan sa mga kabataan na makiisa sa special SK registrations
- Mlang indigents get livelihood from DOLE-12
- Mlang recognizes Oblates' contribution
- NCotabato rice farmers fear decline in harvest due to pests
- Mound formed by wind , rain draws birds, bats tourists in NCotabato
- Congressional Meet isinagawa sa Mlang
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