Apr 11, 2013

Fil-Am Observer April 2013 Issue

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FIL-AM OBSERVER APRIL 2013 ISSUE @ filamobserver.com

Cover Story  -Two Filipinos Recognized at Women of Excellence Awards
Cecelia Romero and Flaviana Ancheta
Front Page    -Gearing up for the Miss Maui Filipina Pageant
                            
[Michaela Pascua, 2012 Miss Maui Filipina]

                   -Vigan All Set for Binatbatan Festival 2013
                    by Ben P. Pacris

Page 2         -UFCH Corner: Island Council Updates
                    by Jennie Quezon
                           


Page 3          -Editorial: Revaluating the Ilokano Language in Hawaii
                    -Publisher's Note: To have or not to have dual citizenship
                    -No Nangato, Sukdalem: Father Jorge Becomes the 'Rock'
                     by Yungib A.V. Ramil

Page 4      -Ask To Mayor: Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff
                     by Mayor Alan Arakawa
                    -Di Nakapappapati, Ngem Pudno: Superbugs, ania daytoy?
                     Ni Rudy Ram. Rumbaoa

Page 5          -Spiritual Matters: Remaining Faithful to God
                     by Rev. Chris Martin
                    -Komunidad: Health: A relationship; a journey
                      by John A.H. Tomoso

Page 6          -Principal's Message: Math Proficiency Continue to Improve
                     by Marsha Nakamura
             -Imulat ang Isipan: Compensating the Victims of Human Rights Violations
                     by Atty. Lance D. Collins
                  -Kallautang: The Virtues of Diversity and Cultural Pluralism [Second of a Series]
                     by Dr. Aurelio S. Agcaoili

Page 7       -Sakada Feature: Albino Sambrano Prieto, Sr., A San Nicolaneo Lands in Hawaii
                     Sakada Corner by Lucy Peros
                            
[Marie and Albino Prieto in 1991] 
                                       
[Albino Prieto, Sr, when he first arrived to Hawaii in January 1930]

Page 8          -Maui Filipino Chamber Foundation's
                  Annual Scholarship Golf Tornament Successfully Raises Funds for Scholarship
                         
   
          

Page 9          -The Saga of the Golden Buddha
                            

                   
Page 11       -Immigration Matters: Illegal entry: 6 convicted, 11 million running around
                     by Atty. Emmanuel Samonte Tipon
                    -VISA BULLETIN FOR MARCH 2013 FAMILY CATEGORIES
Page 13        -A tribute: Aniceta R. Saguibo
                     April 17, 1926- February 14, 2013

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