November 22, 2013
W. Henry Streegan
Negros Daily Bulletin
Ruby C. Cruz, Committee of the Farmers Weekend Market met with suppliers last Wednesday which was held at the D.C. CRUZ Corporation office along Magsaysay Street, Bacolod City.
Ms. Ruby C. Cruz presiding over meeting with suppliers
The objective of the meeting was to rationalize participation of all suppliers in the Weekend Market. Also, to thresh out problems on the use of plastic bags as well as the location of the booths of the suppliers.
Participants in the conference
Ms. Cruz also requested the suppliers to schedule consultation and seminars so as to avoid conflicts. Also, for each corporation to be transparent about their projects involving their Corporate Social Responsibility.
She also informed the body that this Saturday, November 23, 2013 one of the major activities would be the lighting of the 18-feet Christmas tree which will be officiated over by Bacolod city Mayor Monico O. Puentevella. That this tree was made out of recycled garbage. Other items made out of recycled garbage will also be displayed.
Cutting of the ceremonial ribbon
The Garbage Segregation Center was inaugurated last Saturday, October 19, 2013 with Rev. Fr. Rito, officiating in the ceremonial rites.
The project is a brainchild of the militant Anti-BAHA aggrupation of Bacolod City.
Fr. Rito blessing the facility
The moving spirits behind the project in the Anti-Baha Association are Ms. Jean Trebol and PR man Alan Gensoli.
Mayor Puentevella congratulating organizers of the program and facility
Mr. Alan Gensoli has a weekly column, entitled, "Something Smells" in this paper.
Eats * Drinks * Dancing * Fun
Bring your family and friends!
Tickets @P100 with one FREE beer or cocktail.
It is a safe, secure and private place!
Bring your masskara!
A regular activity is the Zumba dance for health which is at 7am-8am
It was a lazy Saturday because of the weather, but the sun was shining at 7am, and the Zumba dancers had all the extra energy because of the cold wind. Some health buffs from another Zumba group visited the market and shyly had breakfast at the Open Air dining area. Of course, Zumba King Alan Gensoli welcomed all, so hopefully, we can have more people enjoying the place for Zumba, only on Saturdays.