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'Oas' is now reclassified as First Class municipality in the province of Albaymarker, Philippinesmarker . According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 63,888 people in 11,715 households.

Economy

The town's economy is generally agricultural. Its major products include rice, root crops such as sweet potato and gabi (taro), coconuts, and other fruits and vegetables.

Fish and other shell foods are also harvested in its coastal areas but do not contribute much to the municipality's income. Underutilization of the town's marine products is due to limited access and transportation to its coastal areas. Farm-to-market roads are currently being constructed to alleviate this situation.

History

The municipality was founded during the early Spanish Colonization of the Bicol Peninsula. In 1605, Father Baltazar de los Reyes converted 12 leading natives of the area to Christianity in one day, forming the foundation of the community now known as Oas.

There are three stories that tell the origin of the name of Oas:
  1. The existence of numerous lagoons or pools of water abounding it prompted early colonizers to give it the name of "Oasis". The natives soon called the place by this name and later abbreviated it to "Oas".
  2. There is a dam across the narrowest portion of a local river. This dam solely irrigates the vast fields of the place including those of the nearby town of Libonmarker and results in a good harvest. People are wary of any cracks or leaks on the dam walls during months of heavy rains. A crier would shot "nawaswas" giving the call to the people for immediate action in groups. From then on, the natives coined this name to the place and later shortened it to present from in times of this kind emergency.
  3. Early Spanish Colonizers reaching this particular section of the Bicol Peninsula asked the name of the place from the about 600 natives living there, "Como se llama este sitio?" with gesture of their hands. The natives mistakenly thought the question to be, "Onan kading lugar kadi, maiwas?" (What place is this, it's very big?) in their native dialect. In response, the natives answered, "Si, señores. Labi nikading iwas. Labi nikading iwas." (Yes, sirs, this is grand and spacious). From then on the early Spanish colonizers adopted in their official census the existence of "a rich fertile valley with verdant fields of grain" which is the little town of Oas in Bicol.


Barangays

Oas is politically subdivided into 53 barangays.

  • Badbad
  • Badian
  • Bagsa
  • Bagumbayan (New Town)
  • Balogo
  • Banao
  • Bangiawon
  • Bongoran (Banana Island)
  • Bogtong
  • Busac
  • Cadawag
  • Cagmanaba
  • Calaguimit
  • Calpi
  • Calzada (Road Island)
  • Camagong
  • Casinagan
  • Centro Poblacion
  • Coliat
  • Del Rosario
  • Gumabao
  • Ilaor Norte (Black Region)
  • Ilaor Sur (Luyung Kali)
  • Iraya Norte (Balaw Team/Sapang Palay)
  • Iraya Sur
  • Manga
  • Maporong
  • Maramba
  • Moroponros
  • Matambo
  • Mayag
  • Mayao
  • Nagas
  • San Pascual (Nale)
  • Obaliw-Rinas
  • Pistola
  • Ramay
  • Rizal (Rabak)
  • Saban (Sabang)
  • San Agustin
  • San Antonio
  • San Isidro
  • San Jose
  • San Juan
  • San Miguel
  • San Ramon
  • San Vicente (Suca)
  • Talisay
  • Talongog
  • Tapel
  • Tobgon
  • Tobog
  • Tablon


Trivia

  • Oas is known for family names starting with the letter "R". A name like "Resaldo Ricaforte Reario", with triple "R" initial, represents a tradition that originates from this town. Stories say that original town dwellers are distinguished from migrants based on their surnames. However, factual documents state that during the Spanish era, every town has a designated alphabet for easy identification of his/her origin.
  • Saint Michael the Archangel is the patron saint of Oas. Oasnun (people in Oas) celebrate the fiesta of their patron saint every 7-8th day of the summer month May.
  • Himoloan festival - commemorates the Patronal Feast of St. Michael the Archangel. Himoloan literally means pag-atang or tinagba (offering). Thus, it is the time of the year when the faithful honor their patron, St. Michael on the Feast of the Archangels by offering to him not only material goods but the talents that God bestowed upon all as well. Its highlight is the Himoloan street presentation and the Carrosa Contest wherein it is participated by the different barangay and is also open to other barangays of other nearby towns to gather and bring the carrosa/andas of their patron decorated with their produce as well as native materials found within their reach.
  • Oas is well-known area with maximum population of priests throughout the region.
  • This is a well-known place of Pastores Cultural Dancers.
  • Santa Cruz, Aurora, and Pamucao are those religious events that Oasnun are still practicing even before until the present, in the month of April or May.
  • Oas is famous also in the name of Holy Week Celebration because of their big populations of "Pasos" or images of Jesus and its disciples during processions.


Schools

ELEMENTARY
  • Balogo Elementary School
  • Busac Elementary School
  • Celestino CB Redito Elementary School
  • Mangga Elementary School
  • Oas East Central School
  • Oas North Central School
  • Oas South Central School
  • Saban Elementary School
  • San Agustin Elementary School
  • San Isidro Elementary School


HIGH SCHOOL
  • Balogo National High School
  • Oas Polytechnic School
  • Oas Standard High School
  • Saban National High School
  • San Juan Extension High School
  • St. Michael Academy


COLLEGE
  • Oas Community College


Oasnun Valedictorians outside Oas

  • Jinky Bagangan - Ligao National High School (SOC)
  • Rona Gwen Realuyo - St. Benedict Academy
  • Dave Resoco - Ligao National High School (SOC)
  • Mae Reonal - Ligao National High School (SOC)
  • Jomar Reglos - Ligao National High School
  • David Renolayan - Bicol Regional Science High School


Surnames in Oas

  • Family names starting with the letter R.


  • Rabacio
  • Rabadam
  • Rabajante
  • Rabano
  • Rabe
  • Rabelas
  • Rabenitas
  • Rabuy
  • Racadag
  • Racal
  • Racho
  • Radan
  • Radasa
  • Rafael
  • Rafallo
  • Ragas
  • Ragasa
  • Ragodon
  • Ragos
  • Ragot
  • Ragragio
  • Raguero
  • Rambacal
  • Ramin
  • Ramoso
  • Ranara
  • Rances
  • Ranido
  • Ranin
  • Ranoco
  • Ranoso
  • Rantael
  • Rañada
  • Rañola
  • Rañosa
  • Rañeses
  • Rapadas
  • Rapay
  • Rape
  • Rapirap
  • Raposa
  • Raquid
  • Raquim
  • Raquion
  • Raro
  • Ras
  • Rastrullo
  • Raton
  • Raynes
  • Ravago
  • Ravale
  • Ravalo
  • Ravanera
  • Rayala
  • Rayco
  • Rayel
  • Razal
  • Rea
  • Real
  • Realba
  • Realisan
  • Realista
  • Realubit
  • Realunia
  • Realuyo
  • Reambillo
  • Reamico
  • Reamon
  • Reantaso
  • Reario
  • Rearte
  • Rebadajo
  • Rebadulla
  • Rebagoda
  • Rebanal
  • Rebancos
  • Rebater
  • Rebato
  • Rebatoris
  • Rebeta
  • Reblando
  • Reblora
  • Rebueno
  • Rebullido
  • Rebundiao
  • Reburiano
  • Rebusi
  • Rebusquillo
  • Rebustillo
  • Recato
  • Recuenco
  • Red
  • Redada
  • Redillas
  • Redito
  • Redrico
  • Redoblado
  • Reduta
  • Regalado
  • Regachuelo
  • Regala
  • Regalario
  • Regidor
  • Regino
  • Reglos
  • Regondola
  • Regorgo
  • Regulacion
  • Rehuerta
  • Relatado
  • Relato
  • Relayo
  • Relente
  • Rellama
  • Rellata
  • Relleve
  • Rellon
  • Rellora
  • Rellorcasa
  • Rellores
  • Rellorosa
  • Relonia
  • Relucio
  • Reluya
  • Remendado
  • Remedios
  • Rementillo
  • Remolar
  • Ramoneas
  • Remon
  • Remonte
  • Remot
  • Remoto
  • Rempillo
  • Rempis
  • Remolacio
  • Remural
  • Renales
  • Rendor
  • Rengalota
  • Renigen
  • Reniva
  • Renolayan
  • Rentoria
  • Rentosa
  • Reobilo
  • Reodique
  • Reonal
  • Reonisto
  • Reotan
  • Repala
  • Repe
  • Repique
  • Repolidon
  • Repolles
  • Repuya
  • Repuyan
  • Requejo
  • Requiero
  • Requilatan
  • Requillas
  • Requinala
  • Requintina
  • Requiza
  • Requiero
  • Resare
  • Resentes
  • Resoco
  • Restubog
  • Resurreccion
  • Retana
  • Retuerma
  • Retumban
  • Revatoris
  • Reverente
  • Revereza
  • Revidad
  • Revilla
  • Rex
  • Rey
  • Reyeg
  • Reyes
  • Reynancia
  • Reynante
  • Reynes
  • Riario
  • Ribay
  • Ribaya
  • Riberta
  • Ricacho
  • Ricafort
  • Ricafranca
  • Ricafrente
  • Ricahuerta
  • Ricarte
  • Ricasio
  • Rico
  • Rifareal
  • Rimpis
  • Rimpola
  • Riñon
  • Riofrio
  • Rito
  • Riva
  • Rivera
  • Rivero
  • Roa
  • Roaring
  • Robas
  • Robles
  • Robleza
  • Robrigado
  • Roco
  • Rodrigo
  • Rodulfo
  • Rogero
  • Roman
  • Romano
  • Romero
  • Romualdo
  • Ronan
  • Ronatay
  • Roncesvalles
  • Ronevalles
  • Ropal
  • Ropeta
  • Roque
  • Rosal
  • Rosales
  • Rosario
  • Rosentes
  • Roslin
  • Rotugal
  • Roy
  • Rubi
  • Rubio
  • Rubis
  • Ruiz


Famous Personalities and Achievers in OAS

  • Pancho Nepomoceno - The first Oasnun Olympiad's Sprinter.


  • Jose "Joe" Reodique Relleve - A small but diligent, and smart person. A Singer, Declaimer, Orator. Who represented the region for the National Competition for several times. He also became the Champion in Amateur Singing Contest last August 1958 in the Heart of Bicolandia (Naga City) entitled AGIANAN SA KABITUONAN.


  • Bernardita Rayala - poet, published two books.


  • Atty Pompeyo Roa-Realuyo - is an International Tax Attorney who also handles high-profile pro-bono cases. He flew to Monaco to watch the sensational Safra trial on behalf of nurse Vivian Torrente’s family. Manta Company Intelligence-Legal Services Office (New York, USA )


  • Dr. Ramona Bustamante Rañeses - Grand Price Winner (THE WORLD SPEECH COMPETITION held in Indianapolis, Indiana USA


  • Dr Eriberta Nepomoceno - Undersecretary for Special Concerns DOST, Philippines, 1999-2002 Regional Director DOST Regional Office No. V in Legaspi City.


  • Mike Realba - Canadian Actor (Movies: Gangster Exchange 2009, Saw V (2008)... Detective Fisk... aka Décadence V (Canada: French title: dubbed version), Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium 2007, Saw IV 2007, The Path to 9/11 2006, The House 2006, Mayday 2005, Descent 2005, Soldier's Girl 2003)


  • Miriam Redito Quiambao - 1st Runner up (MISS UNIVERSE 1999)TV Personality, Host, World Vision advocate, Advocate of various charitable organizations, Various hosting stints for corporate events, Various TV program appearances on GMA 7 and QTV 11 shows, Olay Total Effects, Mister Donut, Cream Silk, and Lactacyd TV advertisements, The Singing Bee; celebrity player 12/24/08, Winner, Best Travel Show Hosts (w/ Paolo Bediones) "Pinoy Meets World" - 21st PMPC Star Awards for TV 2007, Most Outstanding Bicolana Award, Ibalong 1999,


  • Vic Ronan - Director 2003-2004 (Alpha Phi Omega Alumni Association Northern California) Oasnon USA of Northern California President year 1994-1996.


  • Felicitas Sacayan - Most Outstanding Farmer Of The Year, 1990 (Busac)


  • Carlita Rex Doran - Oasnon Inventor and Entrepreneur. Her innovative and inventive ideas include a solidified alcohol cooking fuel, herbal shampoos and cosmetics, soy sauce, banana vinegar, preventive maintenance chemicals and home care products, and an ampalaya concoction for HIV infections and diabetes mellitus. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) conferred on her the Gold Medal in 1989. She has served as director of three associations and foundations of women scientists and inventors as well as of the Filipino Inventors Society. She has received as much as eighteen awards since 1982. The latest is Philippines-Golden Achievers Award as Outstanding Inventor in 1997 in full recognition of exemplary achievement in her chosen career, having demonstrated sterling quality of leadership. Known as the "gugo queen", she won the Une Medaille d'Argent at the 25th Salon International des Inventions in Geneve in 1997 for her "Forest Magic" line of gugo-based herbal cosmetics and medicines, scientifically known as entada phaseoloides.


  • Eden Redillas - NFA Provincial Manager (Sorsogon)


  • Angelito R. Relleve - PNSA-Bicol Regional Executive Council Officer 2004-2006, Philippine Nurse's Association Awardee year 2006.


  • Councilor Arencio R. Rendor Jr. - Lawyer, Philippine Councilors League INTERIM PRESIDENT


  • Engr. Reagan Monforte Ablao - (Badian) Nov. 2006 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination Board Placer - Ranked 9 (95.60) Bicol University College of Engineering.


  • Hon. Noel Rosal - City Mayor of Legazpi City


  • Abdon M. Balde, Jr. - (Busac) National Book Awards, 2003, 2004 & 2005 Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Novel, 2004 Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Book of Fiction, 2005 Gintong Aklat Award, 2005 Palanca Memorial Award for Literature, 2003 Rokyaw Ibalong Bikol Highest Achievement Award in Literature, 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award, Premio Arejola Foundation, 2007 Rector’s Recognition for Excellence, Achievement, Commitment & Humanitarian Service for Career Achievement, Aquinas University of Legazpi, 2007 Omaw sa Oragon (Tribute for Excellence), 2008


  • Ma. Adelina Ranosa - Rex - Professor/Consultant (Business Communication), Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business, Rockwell Center, Makati City


  • Yen Eva Reverente - 1st Daragang Magayon Beauty Queen.


  • Chief Supt. Doris Remedios - Dorigo - First woman BJMP General, second person and first woman outside of the USA to earn the Certified Corrections Executive title in the history of American Correctional Association.


  • Exequiel Remolar Riñon Jr., aka-junriñon, C.P.A., Licensed Real Estate Broker, Insurance & Loan Broker, Banker and Certified Web Designer. Director for Service Projects-Rotary Club of Pasay-Macapagal-2008-2009, In-house sales manager-broker, Camella Homes and Communities.


  • Julito R. Regalario, - founder/manager of then famous We and Pee Wee Band. Composed several musical masterpieces including two operettas, entitled "Miriam" and "Magdalene", in collaboration with Mrs. Bernardita R. Rayala, Lyricist.


  • Mae Rivera - (Balogo) a famous singer in the country (ARAYYY, Ayoko Nang Maalala Pa, Bakit Ako Mahihiya, I Can't Be With You Tonight, Inano Ni Kwan, Kay Sarap, Mahal Kang Totoo, Malas Lang, Paalam, Sexy, Swak Na Swak).


  • Renato "ATO" Morano - a famous basketball player in the country (Coca-Cola, Welcoat, Pampanga Dragons).


  • Barbara " BAMBI" Barquez Ricafrente- a brilliant artist, writes and paint with passion and rage, known for her "Monologues and other Poetry", "Ageless in the Shadow of Mayon" and other literary works, active Writing Fellows since 1999, Political Analist Embassy of Japan., Graduate Saint Michael Academy-Valedictorian-batch 1979, Graduate of Oas North Central School-1975- Valedictorian, UP-Ibalon active member.


  • Fr. Jerry Manlangit - Rector University of Santo Tomas Hospital.


  • Danton Remoto - multi-awarded poet, professor, newspaper columnist.


  • Bino A. Realuyo - (son of the late Augusto Realuyo), a US-based multi-awarded poet and novelist, awards include 1999 Pushcart Prize nomination, 1998 National Poetry Finalist status, and a Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America.


  • Dr Benito R. Reverente, MD. - co-founder of the Philippine College of Occupational Medicine


  • Dr. Sonny Rañola, M.D. - medicine and public service, a City Councilor in the Heart of Bicolandia (Naga City), acknowledged father of Naga City Hospital, outstanding councilor of Naga City, founder of "Salamt Po, Doctor" program.


  • Dr. Adan Eva - Director of Bicol Medical Center in Naga City.


  • Prof Jose R. Ronan - Director for Non-Traditional Studies, Polytechnic University of the Philippines


  • Orlando R. Garcia - Director Region IV, Philippine Dept of Budget and Management


  • Prof Antonio Regalario - music, University of the Philippines, composer of "Sa Ugma, Sa Pagties Man" (Aka "Kaming Taga-Oas"), in collaboration with Mrs. Bernardita R. Rayala, Lyricist.


  • Atty. Salvador Ranin - Director Region VIII, Philippine National Bureau of Investigation


  • Hon. Agnes Perez Dycoco - Municipal Mayor of Libon, Albay


  • Catalina Plandor Orendain - Director Region V, Philippine Dept. of Budget & Management


  • Dr. Benjamin R. Roa Sr. - past-president, Philippine Hospital Association


  • Dr. Manuel R. Rebueno - finest Municipal Doctor of Oas, he was killed in an ambush by NPA rebels when he ran for Mayor. A hospital was named in honor of him. Trivia: Most of his male relatives were given the name "Manuel" in their first names.


  • David Sonorio Renolayan - (Talongog) 2nd placer of April 2008 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination with an average score of 80.30%. He is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at University of the Philippines Los Baños.


  • Mr. Resaldo R. Reario - one of the best minds in the export industry worldwide, financier, banker, only son of the longest reigning municipal treasurer of oas, in government service for 35 years.


  • Bonifacio G. Reonal - Businessman, Engineer, Realtor and Civic Leader,-Licensed Mechanical and Marine Engineer-Philippines Regulations Commission, Director-Mandaluyong Chamber of Commerce, Inc., 2000-2003, Licensed Realtor and Notary in State of California, active fund raiser and civic leader in Oas.


  • Patrick Jolas Casimiro Guerrero - a basketball varsity player of Far Eartern University (FEU Tamaraws) in Manila.


  • Engineer Jose Buenagua Jr- Provincial Engineer for Albay from 1986-1991. he retired and now lives in Scottsdale Arizona, USA.


  • Eduardo Rañosa - Renowned and well respected Journalist who worked in both Radio and Television. Was the TV News Director and Producer of Channel 13 for over a decade. Travelled the world covering news events involving numerous Philippine politicians and also the Gulf War. Prior to his retirement years, he worked as the Managing Editor of a Filipino-American newspaper in Los Angeles, California USA.


OASNON REGISTERED PRIESTS

NAME - DATE ORDAINED

  • Fr. Jose Rempillio - 1882
  • Fr. Andres Rifareal - Sept. 25, 1882
  • Fr. Juan Ravalo y Nepomuceno - Dec 19, 1884
  • Fr. Nemesio Ramin - Mar 10, 1892
  • Fr. Eutiquio Revatoris y Nepomuceno - Dec 19, 1894
  • Fr. Rosalio Restubog - 1895
  • Fr. Pablo Ribaya - 1896
  • Fr. Pedro Rentoria - 1896
  • Fr. Damian Ravago - 1897
  • Fr. Remigio Rey y Nepomuceno - 1901
  • Fr. Nicomedes Refe - 1902
  • Fr. Florencio Calinog - May 25 1907
  • Fr. Silvino Ravanera y Relayo - June 24 1911
  • Fr. Luis Aguilar y Rabuy - Mar 15 1913
  • Fr. Bartolome Ras y Relayo - Mar 25 1915
  • Fr. Bartolome Roa y Reburiano - Mar 25 1915
  • Fr. Luis Dimarumba y Aytona, STL - June 5 1916
  • Fr. Gorgonio Roslin y Ronatay - Mar 25 1918
  • Fr. Marcelo Angelo y Rances - Mar 25 1918
  • Fr. Casimiro Rabadam y Rances - Apr 15 1919
  • Msgr. Vidal Rempis y Rellama - 1920
  • Fr. Felix Ragos y Murillo - 1922
  • Fr. Germiniano Ranola y Ragodon - 1922
  • Fr. Leopoldo Ragos y Ras - 1923
  • Fr. Demetrio Martires y Reburiano - 1924
  • Fr. Rafael Rances y Zaragoza - Mar 21 1926
  • Fr. Artemio Ranola y Ragodon - Mar 26 1926
  • Fr. Emiterio Raquim y Reamon - Mar 26 1926
  • Fr. Celedonio Ricasio y Romero - Mar 26 1926
  • Msgr. Porfirio Ramin y Ravago, JCL, PA, VG, Caceres - 1930
  • Fr. Vicente Ramin - Mar 11 1933
  • Fr. Lucas de la Paz - Mar 17 1934
  • Fr. Jose Ravalo - Mar 16 1935
  • Fr. Antonio Relleve y Realunia - Apr 9 1938
  • Fr. Jose Rey Y Serrano, STL - Sep 24 1939
  • Msgr. Justiniano Romano y Rivera, MA - Mar 25 1939
  • Fr. Federico Thomas y Ranara - Mar 23 1940
  • Fr. Manuel Salvador Albuero y Rebueno - May 9 1943
  • Fr. Iluminado Ragos y Ras - Mar 19 1944
  • Fr. Jose Reburiano y Rebueno - Mar 19 1944
  • Msgr. Magencio Rey y De Vera - Mar 19 1944
  • Msgr. Abelardo Rebueno y Ranin, PhD,Ed.D - May 12 1946
  • Fr. Regulo Ranola y Romualdo - May 12 1946
  • Fr. Antonio Redillas y Herejon - May 12 1946
  • Fr. Jose Ras y Reverente - Apr 27 1947
  • Fr. Bernardino Ras y Reniva, AB,BSE - June 29 1947
  • Fr. Cristino Redoblado Reyeg - Apr 11 1948
  • Fr. Francisco Nepomuceno y Rodulfo - Apr 2 1949
  • Msgr. Benjamin Reblando y Ramoneas, VG Caceres - Apr 2 1949
  • Fr. Antonio Rey y Rances, JCD - Mar 21 1953
  • Fr. Francisco Rempis y Rivera, JCL - Apr 3 1954
  • Fr. Antonio Rabadam y Ragos, STL - Mar 26 1955
  • Msgr. Jeremias Rebanal y Ras, JCD,PhD - Mar 26 1955
  • Fr. Joventino Romano y Recuenco - Apr 2 1960
  • Fr. Berardo Regalario y Roa - Mar 18 1961
  • Msgr. Antonio Rebanal y Ras, MA - Mar 30 1963
  • Fr. Pedro Rebustillo y Rempis - June 11 1967
  • Fr. Felipe Nepomuceno y Buenavente, BSE - Apr 27 1969
  • Fr. Manuel Camu y Reblora - Apr 19 1970
  • Fr. Antonio Peralta y Rellon - Nov 28 1970
  • Fr. Gregorio Redoblado Jr. y Revereza, VG - June 16 1974
  • Fr. Cleofas Rabelas y Garcia - Oct 11 1975
  • Fr. Felino Paulino y Santos - Mar 26 1977
  • Fr. Ernesto Realuyo y Buenconsejo - Oct 28 1981
  • Fr. Jason Perillo - Mar 17 1986
  • Fr. Jose Colina - Mar 11 1989
  • Fr. Ireneo Ramoso y Rey - Mar 11 1989
  • Fr. Johnson Gumba - May 26 1990
  • Fr. Benedict Redito - Nov 30 1991
  • Fr. Joel Sarte - May 22 1993
  • Fr. Thomas David Ramoso y Rey - Jan 22 1994
  • Fr. Eduardo Ramin Jr. - Jun 3 1995
  • Fr. Mark Reburiano - 2005


RELIGIOUS

  • Fr. Bernardino Ricafrente, OSA
  • Fr. Harold Rentoria, OSA
  • Fr. Ian Ragodon, OSA
  • Fr. Jerry Manlangit, OP
  • Fr. Joseph Raquid, OP
  • Fr. Stephen Redillas, OP
  • Fr. Jojie Padilla, OP
  • Fr. Paciano Ragas, MF
  • Fr. Vic Rayco, SVD
  • Fr. Noel Rebancos, SVD
  • Fr. Rolando Divinaflor y Radan, MOP - Mar 25 2006


External links

  1. Memorandum Circular No. 01-M (5) -08 issued by the Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF) on November 14, 2008”, M
  2. OASALBAYPHILIPPINES



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