From George Palaganas:This was still being built back in School Year 1992-1993(Barangobong Bridge) when I was teaching as an mset computer instructor assigned in Camiling Colleges after my BSEE with Tarlac State University. And I pass this, still a broken bridge back then to ride to a banca towards Marawi ,Cacamilingan to the Poblacion in Camiling Tarlac every Monday from Paniqui! Oh! What an ordeal back then! LOL!
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The Barangobong Bridge http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2087754639941&set=a.1555562975482.2076560.1427450153&type=1&theater
Harold Olonan Lopez ..
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George Palaganas I said "EVERY Monday", since my weekly routine on that school year(1992-1993) was Monday morning from Paniqui(my grandmother Loreto Palaganas Lacayanga was still living at that time where I stay with them at Samput-back of Coca-Cola Warehou...se), I travel the Paniqui to Camiling route passing to this area(Barangobong) by BANCA. I stayed at Romulo Boulevard Poblacion Sur Camiling Tarlac on a house owned by Manang Milling's sister(canteen owner in front of school). The house was opposite the school(Camiling Colleges) where I teach from Monday to Friday. Friday afternoon, I travel from Camiling to Kamuning in Quezon City passing Sta.Ignacia and Tarlac City. Saturday whole day, I am at the mset office(Quezon Avenue which later-on transferred to West Triangle) to submit WAR(Weekly Achievement Report-the equivalent of Lesson Plan), attend the AREA meeting for mset teachers, received my salary, transpo allowance and BL(Board and Lodging Allowance). Saturday evening(SM and malling), SUNDAY MORNING-swimming at AMORANTO Pool with REX BARONA of CARL(Center for Applied Research and Library Services)-CULMAT Bldg. and UP Orgs, Sunday afternoon, travel back to Paniqui to repeat the routine. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1166513209481&set=a.1162990481415.2026722.1427450153&type=1&theaterSee MoreFamily Members Pictures
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