Proud Dabawenya!

Proud Dabawenya!
Sa milabay nga katuigan, dungan kita mipalambo sa atong dakbayan... Diin atong gipasibaw ang tiunay nga serbisyo sa Dabawenyo. Kana tungod nagkanunayang kita NUMBER 1 sa inyong kasing-kasing (sa tulo ka termino) ug kamo usab kanako. Busa mapasalamatan kita og dako sa inyong pag salig. Ug karon, gikan sa konseho, ang muluop pangandoy sa Dabawenyo, dalhun nato ngadto sa KONGRESO... Hinaut, duyog gihapon kita sa pag abot sa panahon... MABEL SUNGA ACOSTA PO, AT YOUR SERVICE...

Proud Team Mabel

Proud Team Mabel
Happy Araw ng Dabaw!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Schedule of Activities Kadayawan 2009

"Nagkahiusang Katawhan, Nakigdait sa Kalibutan" August 1 to September 17, 2009

Aug 1 -30 8:00 am - 10:00pm
Agro Industrial Trade Fair @ SM City Grounds

Aug 15 - 23 6:00 PM - 12:00am
Hudyakaan Bolton St. ( Beside SP Bldg.)

Aug 16 - 10 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Kadayawan sa Tabo SP Building

Aug 17-Sep 17 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hulagway sa Kaliwatan Museo Dabawenyo

Aug 18 - 23

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U.P. School of Economics Grand Alumni Homecoming

"the Ultimate Party Sa Econ"
on Saturday, 19th day of September 2009
at the D. Macapagal Hall,
Library Building of the School of Economics.

Good food, good music and great company are in
store for all. Guest performers will be joining in the revelry.

Registration starts at 3 pm and the Program, at 6 pm.

For pre-registration and tickets, please contact: Cris Sarmiento,
UPSE Alumni Relations Officer at 927 9686.

This year’s Homecoming is hosted by the Class of 1984, the Silver
Jubilarians. Honorees are members of Classes 1964 (Sapphire), 1969
(Ruby), 1974 (Coral) and 1979 (Pearl).

“Isang Celebrasyon at Pagtanaw sa Saliw ng Musika at Galaw ng Ekonomiya”

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Saving Diabetics From Amputation

Jerome, a 53-year-old high school teacher, was in the hospital awaiting amputation of his left leg. He'd been receiving IV antibiotics to treat a diabetic ulcer, a wide, oozing open wound on his ankle, but this didn't halt the steady advance of gangrene, and he was told they had no choice but to take his leg.

About five hours before he was scheduled for surgery, Jerome talked to the teacher who was substituting for him to tell him he'd probably be out for the rest of the year. The substitute had heard about the Whitaker Wellness Institute and the work we do here, so he suggested that Jerome check us out. Jerome immediately phoned his wife, who called the clinic and asked if there was anything we could do to save his leg. I said we would certainly try. Figuring he had nothing to lose, Jerome left the hospital-against strongly worded medical advice-and came to my clinic that same day.

Monday, August 10, 2009