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  • Rural Bank of Reina Mercedes

    The Rural Bank of Reina Mercedes (Isabela), Inc. (RBRMI) under Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC) will be conducting a Depositors-Borrowers Forumon how to settle obligations and claim for deposit insurance with the subject closed bank.

     

    For RBRMI - Cauayan City Branch

     

    When: February 13, 2014, 2:00 PM

    Where: Community Center, Brgy. Cabaruan, Cauayan City, Isabela (back entrance of the Community Center is in front of the bank)

     

    For RBRMI - Head Office (Reina Mercedes)

     

    When: February 13, 2014, 9:00 AM

    Where: Judge Manuel T. Respicio Memorial Coliseum, Reina Mercedes, Isabela

     

    For RBRMI - San Mateo Branch

     

    When: February 12, 2014, 9:00 AM

    Where: Livelihood Training Center, Brgy. Tres, San Mateo, Isabela

  • SM Supermarket Cauayan, Isabela

    SM SUPERMARKET Cauayan, Isabela is now hiring.
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  • Isabela’s Bambanti Festival 2014 is ‘flying high!’

    Isabela’s Bambanti Festival 2014 is ‘flying high!’
    01 Feb 2014  Written by Leonardo Perante II / Correspondent
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    One of the fastest-growing cities in the region is Cauayan City, which plays as the literal domestic gateway to the valley, home of the Cauayan Domestic Airport.

    “Name it, we have it,” Isabela Gov. Faustino “Bojie” Dy III said.

    It is precisely these reasons that the Bambanti Festival was born during the term of the late Gov. Benjamin Dy, brother of the incumbent governor. Because of its predominantly agricultural landscape,
    bambanti, an Ilocano term for “scarecrow,” became the adopted name for the yearly thanksgiving festival as it symbolizes food security.

    “This year’s festival theme, ‘Flying High,’ means aiming higher to strengthen further the province’s gains as an agricultural investment and tourism destination not only in the Philippines, but as well as
    in Southeast Asia,” said Vice Gov. Tonypet Albano, festival executive committee chairman.

    To launch an international market, the province represented the Philippines in the China-Asean Expo in Nanning, China, last year.

    Major highlights of the festival are individual display booths showcasing homemade products and eco-tourism potentials of the province’s 34 towns and three cities.

    Designed after the festival theme, the most attractive centerpiece of each booth are flying Bambanti images like the corn rocket ship design of Ilagan. Cauayan depicted it with an airplane-style
    Bambanti, while Palanan expressed it with a giant Pegasus covered with enormous dried fishes.

    “Every year, we have different concepts of the festival because of the massive developments in each town, which need to be showcased for marketing, and the traditional street dance showdowns are
    expected to exhibit our people’s best creative skills and live performances as the product of cooperative efforts,” said Dy.

    http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/news/regions/26832-isabela-s-bambanti-festival-2014-is-flying-high

  • Bambanti Queen 2014

    Congratulations to Jessabel Evangelista our new Bambanti Queen 2014
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  • Aerial View of Cauayan City AgriEcoTourism Booth Bambanti Festival 2014 by Zarr Bulusan

    Aerial View of Cauayan City AgriEcoTourism Booth Bambanti Festival 2014 by Zarr Bulusan
     
  • Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan Featuring Bambanti Festival 2014 "Flying High"

    Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan Featuring Bambanti Festival 2014 "Flying High"
     
  • Bambanti Festival 2014 Showdown Champion

     Cauayan City's awesome performance! Still the Bambanti Festival 2014 Showdown Champion! Proud to be Cauayeño
     
Hon. Bernard Faustino M. Dy - City Mayor