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‘Visit, join cooperative trade fair at capitol’

first_imgILOILO – The Provincial CooperativeDevelopment Office (PCDO) is encouraging the public, most especially traders,to visit and join the cooperative trade fair and exhibit at the provincialcapitol lobby. It is hoped that the exhibitors wouldbe able to attract investors or secure supply contracts with interestedbusinessmen. * Miag-ao Producers Cooperative It is part of the month-longCooperative Month observance themed “Cooperativism: A countervailing forceagainst climate change and violent extremism through people empowerment totrailblaze shift in paradigm towards sustainability and social inclusion.” The eight cooperatives participatingare the following: * Pototan Farmers MultipurposeCooperative * San Julian Multipurpose Cooperativein Badiangan * Guintapagin Agrarian ReformCooperative in Bingawan “Kungsaan ang cooperatiba, maayos ang buhay ng tao,”he stressed. * Leon Multipurpose Cooperative * Oct. 22 to 23 – Iloilo TechnologyDevelopment Training for cooperative members; food festival The two-week fair has 25 exhibitors(eight cooperatives and 17 cooperative members). Mostly being showcased are farmproducts of farmers’ cooperatives, according to Atty. Arturo Cangrejo, PCDOchief. * Oct. 10 and 11 – Governance &Management of Cooperative – Northern Iloilo sa Batad. “The exhibit is a chance forcooperatives and members to promote their products,” said Cangrejo. * Pavia Multipurpose Cooperative * Alimodian Multipurpose Cooperative There has been a study by the AsianDevelopment Bank that people’s lives were getting better in areas wherecooperatives operate. Other activities lined up are thefollowing: The Cooperative Month celebrationkicked off on Oct. 9 in the municipality of Batad. * Calinog Farmers AgricultureCooperative * Oct. 18 – Coop Whiz Contest (forstudents and cooperative members) at the Northern Iloilo Polytechnic StateCollege in Batad The 17 other exhibitors arecooperative members. They are LB Bravio Salted Peanut, Hersie & JaniuayProducers, Vins Food Product, Bukss Ann Food Product, Medio Dia’s Delicacies,AAJ Dried Fish, Siena Herbal Soap, Lezeth Food Products, Brendan’s Pastries,Estancia Stall Owners Association, Kylen’s Food Products, J’wills FoodProducts, Emjas Souvenirs, Abby’s Chicharon, Jhan and Chin Food Products, OtonVendor’s Association, and Ligaya Herbal Products. Cooperatives have been instrumental inhelping the poor in the countryside, according to Vidal Villanueva III, Boardof Administrator for Visayas of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)mduring the opening program. The Cooperative Month celebrationwraps up on Oct. 24 in Batad./PNlast_img read more


Ellsworth Teams Remain Undefeated

first_img admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Bio This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts ELLSWORTH — On Monday the girls prevailed over Hermon 5-0, getting wins by Grant, Harding, Winkleman and the doubles duos of Wadman and Maloney and White and Rachel Ball.In the boys’ 4-1 victory against the Hawks, Spencer Small and Reese at singles and Toothaker and Tyler Small and Harding and Albee at doubles were winners, with Hermon’s Jacob Reynolds besting Nathan Smith at third singles. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015last_img read more


Bolt rules out 2018 Commonwealth Games swansong

first_img(REUTERS) – Jamaican sprint great Usain Bolt has no plans to extend his career beyond this year’s world championships in London and has ruled out a return to Australia for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.Bolt, who completed a ‘treble treble’ of 100m, 200m and 4x100m Olympic titles at the 2016 Rio Games, had his 2008 relay gold stripped last month after teammate Nesta Carter’s re-tested sample showed traces of a banned substance.The 30-year-old Bolt also anchored the Jamaican relay team to his only Commonwealth Games gold in Glasgow in 2014 and organisers had hoped that he might extend his career to the next edition on the Gold Coast in April 2018.“To come out here next season, to really train as hard as I need to get to the level I need to win, it’s not going to happen,” Bolt told reporters in Melbourne yesterday.Bolt will lead an international team of ‘All Stars’ in the Nitro Athletics series in the Australian city against four other teams representing England, China, New Zealand and Japan.The first meeting is on tomorrow, with a further two on February 9 and 11.“It is going to be great, going to be something different. Like cricket and Twenty20, it’s going to be different,” Bolt added. “I feel it will catch on — it’s going to bring a lot of excitement to the sport.It is going to be something different, not going to be normal — a lot more exciting. I feel personally it is a great idea. This is why I am a part of it.”last_img read more