One of the goal of CDOBloggers is to educate the students on what blogging is and its benefits on them. We had our second school tour at the Mindanao University of Science and Technology last August 13, 2011 where more or less 150 BSIT enthusiastic students attended the seminar. It was indeed a fun experience for everyone who were able to make it! See video below.
Gerry’s Grill opened it’s 3rd branch in Mindanao at the Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro City. A very good news to Kagay-anons who fancy grilled and great tasting stuff. If you are looking for a dining place to satisfy your food craving and to bond with your family and friends then Gerry’s Grill is the perfect place to go. Its menu fits right into any occasion and budget.Pure Pinoy!
Opened: July 28, 2011
Location: Level 1 Robinsons Supermarket, Limketkai Center, Cagayan De Oro
So why Gerry’s Grill? Well, they have this to say:
Gerry’s Grill provides everyone and anyone who loves to eat with fresh food that is cooked, grilled, or prepared to satisfy the most distinguishing of palates. Ultimately, every item on the menu goes perfectly well with your favorite beverage; whether it be alcoholic or not. For a full meal with the family or for a night-out with the boys or girls, Gerry’s Grill offers the perfect place with the perfect menu to fit any occasion at any budget.
Kagay-anons are again treated to a spectacular display of fireworks last August 26, 2011 at the SM City Cagayan de Oro. The event is part of the Kagay-an 2011 celebration and has become an annual competition. This year, the contingents from Manila, Bulacan, Cebu, Iligan, Bohol and Cagayan de Oro City showcased entertaining fireworks wowing the spectators who went their way up to the venue to witness the festival notwithstanding the traffic going there and of course going home.
The contingents are judged with its Beauty Quality – 25%, Uniqueness and Style – 25%, Originality – 25% and Audience Impact – 25%. Grand Winner will receive 80, 000, 60,000 for the second place and 40,000 for third place. A consolation of 20,000 for those who didn’t place. Dumaguete bagged the first prize while Bulacan and Iligan took home the 2nd and third prize respectively.
Here are some pictures and compiled videos of the event.