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Cadiz Tourism Month a Success!

There were a bunch of good things happening for Cadiz for the month of September. It was officially announced as the tourism month, but prior to this according to sources, Cadiz was shortlisted on the Five LGU’s for Literacy in the 2010 Philippine National Literacy Awards. Then the results are in and I have the honor to make a Video presentation for the City which if there was more time would have been awesome. I only had four days to build it, but the result was satisfactory. It was reused for the night of the “Body Painting” Contest which is part of this news article.

Cadiz on the Final announcement in the Teachers Camp in Baguio, placed 3rd versus Five Finalists, Davao Taking the 1st Place giving them a Grand Slam for winning the said event three times in a row. But, Cadiz being new in contention couldn’t have wished a better result for the campaign. We bested so many cities in the whole Philippines and that’s an achievement in it self.

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Cadiznon’s at Pilipinas Got Talent

DefaultlogoWe have two of our so-called dancesport performers in Cadiz joining PGT or popularly known as Pilipinas Got Talent.

The two pairs are exceptional, except that judges didn’t share my sentiments, or that they feel the pairs would be better off joining international DanceSports Competitions.

However I am sad for the first pair of FRANCIS ROSE ESPINOSA & JAN REY ENCARGUEZ who introduced themselves as coming from Bacolod City. Maybe they thought Bacolod was a more popular “known” place in Negros Occidental rather than saying Cadiz City and have the judges again confuse our city with Capiz. (Which often happens). Anyway, the pair performed well, was just odd that they didn’t get to be included on the next round same as the next pair of ANGELA GRINO & JOHNDEL VILLENA. This pair however is very PROUD to be Cadiznon’s since they mentioned our City on the show.

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