ArchivesDecember 2010Kasadyaan Festival reels off

Kasadyaan Festival reels off

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The Kasadyaan Festival, one of two school-based festivals that is on Negros Oriental’s tourism map, reeled off Saturday in what promises to be a lively celebration for the week ahead.{{more}}

FU President Mira Sinco and Vice President for Finance and Administration Victor Vicente Sinco led the cutting of the ribbon at the Walk of Fame grounds to formally start the week-long affair.

The lively atmosphere at the FU main campus was complemented by the exhibits posted by the University’s student organizations, which coincided with the alumni reunion spearheaded by the Silver and Golden Jubilarians last Saturday afternoon.

Dr. Yvonne Cruz, district supervisor of the Department of Education’s Dauin district, was awarded as this year’s outstanding alumna.

This year’s crop of contestants for the Hara sa FU are Salamatu Yushawu of the School of Hospitality Management, Manilyn Benedicto of the College of Agriculture, Raquel Leah Jade Trozzi of the College of Nursing, Reina Althea Divinagracia of the College of Eucation, Crystal Gayle Nardo of the College of Information Technology, Emma Renna Marie Buctolan of the College of Education and May Flower Caponpon of the College of Arts and Sciences.

The candidates were formally presented in a press conference last Tuesday where they gamely answered questions from the Dumaguete media.

The candidates were also presented before the reunioning alumni classes after the awarding ceremonies for the FU Alumni Association at the Sofia Soller Sinco Hall.

The Hara sa FU pageant will be held on Thursday, December 9 at 7 p.m., also at the Sofia Soller Sinco Hall. This will be followed by the Pasundayag night on Friday and the Kasadyaan parada to be held around the Dumaguete City streets on Saturday starting at 5 p.m.

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