SM Bacolod honored several Bacolod and Negrense artisans and producers during the launching of its program “My City, My SM, My Crafts” at the new north wing atrium of SM City Bacolod yesterday that will run until November 5.
The activity also showcases the craftsmanship and artistry of local producers whose products are on display in the craft market inside the mall.
Honored were the creators of Tumandok Crafts – Joji Locsin, Hacienda Crafts – Ina Gaston, Art Energy – Cathy Hagad, Artisana Island Crafts (Anaware/ Handmade Gallery) – Mary Ann Colmenares, the Negros Nine weavers with Fr. Brian Gore, the Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement International (Negros silk) – Shigemi and Thelma Watanabe, Yssa's Crafts - Precy Perez, Vivo Handicrafts – Vida Ayes, Kiculo – Marichu Cusi, Papel Handicrafts, Crisvil Creations – Cristeta Villacin, Vito Prints and Pieces – Jojo Vito, Papel Handicrafts – Sally Ledesma, Negrense Volunteers for Change Foundation – Millie Kilayko, and Silay Export, Inc.- Reena Peña.
4 oil firms roll
back prices today
MANILA -- Four oil companies will roll back oil prices effective 12:01 a.m. today.
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp., Chevron Petroleum Incorporated, Petron Corp. and PTT Philippines Corp. will decrease their gas prices by 35 centavos per liter.
The oil companies will lower their diesel product by 20 centavos per liter, however, kerosene products of the four companies will remain at current prices.
Ceneco has 2 new directors
The Central Negros Electric Cooperative Inc. proclaimed Saturday the winners of its Special District Elections for members of the Board of Directors for District IV-Bacolod East and District V-Bacolod West at the CENECO Main Office in Bacolod City, Saturday.
Edward Gasambelo was proclaimed by the District Election Committee as the elected director for District IV-Bacolod East and Vicente Tan for District V-Bacolod West, a press release from Ceneco said.
Both were lone candidates for their districts.