AMCOOP will conduct a Local Job Fair on August 2, 2015 at about 9:00 am at the TESDA/PESO Office, Municipal Hall.
AMCOOP is a legitimate Job Contracting Cooperative duly registered in the Cooperative Development Authority bearing CDA Registration No. 9520-12013873 and Department of Labor and Employment Registration No. XII-0-2013-0919-060. Its first major client was DOLE Philippines Inc., which has a total of approximately 300 workers from Harvesting and Field Maintenance Department in 1992 until its reached to 2,896 members-workers combining DUVO Operations and Fresh Pines Operations-Station 1, Planting, land-preparation.
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President Benigno S. Aquino III will deliver his State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, July 27, 2015, in the Session Hall of the House of Representatives, Batasang Pambansa, Quezon City.
For more info you can visit the Official Gazette page of SONA 2015 at www.gov.ph
The Bogo Times brings you another taste of History. Let's go back in time and take a look at Bogo's old Municipal Seal. (Sorry for the pixelated photo. We can't find any other version online.)
The tree that dominates at the center of the seal retraces the unforgettable founding legend of the town. The community that first started as a mere gathering of fisherman and fish-buyers under a Bogo tree grows to what is now dubbed as queen of Northern Cebu.
It occupies a big space in the seal, signifying what the people of the town intrinsically are God-loving, religious, and whatsoever of the kind that respect the supreme authority of our omnipotent maker.
It simply represents one of the major crops raised in the town. Majority of the people is earning their living as sugar cane landowners or laborers.
Some people live as farmers being an agricultural town, too. Some farmers earn their living either as hired plovers or tillers in other farms, because usually they are tilling smaller lots of land, being that bigger lands are developed as sugar haciendas.
Some barangays like Nailon, Odlot, Polambato, Siokon, and Gairan are all strategically located and considered as fish centers. Some catch in Bogo is transported to other neighboring towns and Cebu City.
Being ideally located a landlocked bay that could provide a safe haven for sea motorists during bad weathers, sea transportation has become a bustling activity and boat riding is a fast craze in town.
Stars represent the 29 barangays comprising the town of Bogo. Stars suit the representation as when bunched or bounded together could give a light much brighter than a moon. These 29 barangays are Bogo's stars, and there continue flickering even in the thick of clouds.