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Posted 25 June 2010 - 01:04 AM


Aquino leads 2010 Outstanding Manilans

By LEONARD D. POSTRADO
June 25, 2010, 10:41am

Once upon a time, I spilled my own blood in Manila.”

This was the revelation of President-elect Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III who, amid criticisms that he was not a son son of Manila, was conferred with the Outstanding Manilan award, together with 10 other prominent private and public figures at the Historic Landmark Manila Hotel on Thursday night.

Aquino, who was awarded Outstanding Manilan for Public Service, recalled during his short message that he shed his own blood during the series of attempts to overthrow his mother, the late former President Corazon C. Aquino, in the late ’80s when he was inflicted with a knife wound.

“Hindi pa ba sapat na dumanak ang aking dugo dito?” he asked his critics who question whether he deserves the citation.

Aquino said he was a true Manilan who was raised by her mom for six years in their house in Arlegui after the momentous 1986 People Power Revolution that toppled the dictatorship of then President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

He recalled going to St. Jude to say his prayers or hear mass when they were still living in Malacañang.

“The scar in my body is one proof that once upon a time I lived in Manila,” he stressed.

Meanwhile, several others persons belonging to different sectors were likewise feted in the the ceremony as part of the 439th celebration of the Araw ng Maynila. They are: Dr. Lydia Echauz, President of Far Eastern University, Education; Manila Archbishop Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales, Spiritual Leadership; Bro. Armin Luistro, President of De La Salle University, Social Consciousness Advocacy; Rev. Fr. Rolando de la Rosa, UST Rector, Values Formation; Dr. Lucio Tan, Humanitarian Service; Ricky Razon, International Business; Justice Antonio Carpio, Jurisprudence; Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon, Film/Television; Justice Edilberto Sandoval, Law and Letters; Manolo Lopez, Corporate Social Responsibility.

Manila Mayor Alfredo S. Lim lauded the Outstanding Manilans for showing true leadership in the country and for being part of the change that the Philippines needed to progress.

“With the coming administration, we will see a better Philippines. I hope that each and everyone will serve as light and salt,” he said.

This year’s search for outstanding Manilans aims to give due recognition and award to men and women who have contributed extraordinary and invaluably to the benefit and development of the City of Manila and its people and whose achievements in their profession or vocation have substantially contributed to the honor and prestige of Manila as the nation’s capital and premier city.

The following are the former awardees:
2009
Former President Corazon C. Aquino, Civic Leadership and Global Diplomacy; Sen. Manuel B. Villar, Public Service; Marixi Rufino Prieto, Print Media Advocacy; Henry Sy Sr., Business Development; Eugenio L. Lopez III, Telecommunications and Broadcasting; Regina Paz Lopez, Environmental Advocacy; Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Miguel C. Enriquez, Public Service in Tri-Media; Teresita Quirino, Education; George Ty, Corporate Social Responsibility.

2008
Vice President Noli De Castro; Susan Roces (Posthumous Award for Fernando Poe Jr.); Tessie Sy-Coson; Manny V. Pangilinan; Ambasssador Eduardo Cojuangco; Former Sen. Jovito Salonga; Justice Arturo Brion; Ramon S. Ang; Dr. Emilio T. Yap; Sen. Ramon Magsaysay Jr.

2007
Napoleon V. Abueva, Modern Sculpture; Dr. Primitivo Chua, Medicine; Rodolfo V. Feliciano, Service Enterprise; Catalina Co Guerrero, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Dr. Vilma Logronio Labrador, Education; Oscar M. Lopez, Corporate Leadership and Social Responsibility; Sr. Zenada P. Pineda, Humanitarian Service and Civic Responsibility; Soccoro C. Ramos, Book Retail Industry; Jacinto T. Uy, Real Estate Development; Augusto B. Villanueva, Journalism and Sports Advocacy.

2006
Former President Fidel Valdez Ramos, Public Service and Global Diplomacy; Carlos M. Loyzaga, Sports; Wilson Y. Tieng, Film and Entertainment Entrepreneur; Dominique Lemery, Humanitarian Service; Aureo R. Alonzo, Fashion and Design; Rev. Fr. Tamerlane R. Lana, Spiritual Leadership; Fernando Zialcita, Anthropology and Cultural Heritage; Federico M. Hizon, International Journalism; Preciosa S. Soliven, Education; Gregorio S. Oca, Business and Socio-civic; DILG Secretary Ronaldo Puno and Manny Castillo of Filipino-Australian Welfare, Special Citation.

2005
Arnold Clavio, Broadcasting; Justice Renato C. Corona, Law and Judiciary; Atty. Lorena Dela Cruz Lee, Youth Development and Leadership; Cecile Guidote-Alvarez, Arts and Culture; Doris Magsaysay, Business and Environmental/Cultural Advocacy; Jake J. Maderazo, Radio and Television/News and Current Affairs; Cecilio Kwok Pedro, Entrepreneurial Leadership and Humanitarian Service; Rosa Rosal, Civic Leadership; Dr. Wilfredo Villacorta, Education and Diplomacy; Lorna T. Yao, Advocacy for Women.

2004
The Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company, Arts and Culture; Evelyn B. Caja, Special Education; Danilo L. Dolor, Cultural and Historical Advocacy; Sarah Geronimo, Performing Arts; Ponciano C. Marquez, Civic Responsibility; Justice Maria Alicia Austria-Martinez, Jurisprudence; Lourdes R. Montinola, Education and Administration; Ramon G. Orlina, Arts, Sculpture; Ma. Teresa D. Ramos, Entrepreneurship; Dr. Robert C. Tan, Medicine.

2003
Delfin T. Alcoriza, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Brig. Gen. Narciso M. Cabrera (Ret.), Community Service and Law Enforcement; Education Secretary Edilberto C. de Jesus, Education; Biliran Rep. Gerardo S. Espina Jr., Public and Govenrment Service; Ben Farrales, Fashion Design, Arts and Culture; Alberto D. Lina, Business and Socio-Civic Responsibility; Dr. Virgilio L. Malang, Science and Invention; Benjamin R. Punongbayan, Finance; Antonio P. Tecson, Financial Management and Humanitarian Service; Bro. Mariano Z. Velarde, Spiritual Leadership.

2002
Col. Antonio L. Cabangon-Chua, Entrepreneurship, Industry, and Urban Development; Julie G. Esguerra, Special Education and Humanitarian Service; Rene George D. Garcia, Music; Former Senator Eva E. Kalaw, Public Service, Civic Responsibility, and Statesmanship; Dr. Lucresia R. Kasilag, Philippine Indigenous Music, Historical, and Cultural Advocacy; Robert C. Lee, Public and Government Service; Jose “Pitoy’’ Moreno, Fashion Design, Arts and Culture; Rannie G. Santos, Entrepreneurship; Volunteer Firemen of the City of Manila: Association of Philippine Volunteer Fire Brigaders, Inc. and the Association of Volunteer Fire Chiefs and Fire Fighters of the Philippines, Inc., Socio-Civic Responsibility; Jullie Yap-Daza, Journalism and Broadcasting.

2001
Federico A. Alcuaz, Arts and Painting; Angelo G. Barreto, International Sports; Msgr. Melchor D. David, Spiritual Leadership, Civic Mindedness, and Soc. Cons. Advocacy; Dante Y. Go, Socio-Civic Leadership and Responsibility; Fidela M. Magpayo, Radio/TV Entertainment, Newscast and Production; Ramon D. Morales, Socio-Civic Volunteerism and Barangay Governance; Virginia R. Moreno, Literary Arts, Poetry, and Story Writing; Dr. Corazon D. Santiago Jr., Education and Socio-Civic Consciousness; Henry Sy Sr., Entrepreneurship, Industry, and Development; George SK Ty, Business, Banking, Finance, Industry, and Humanitarian Advocacy; Atty. Joaquin “Bobby’’ Yuseco, Legal Reform Advocacy and Public Service.

2000
Msgr. Jose Cordero Abriol, Spiritual Leadership, Spiritual Concern, and Advocacy; Gonzalo O. Catan, Invention Entrepreneurship, Business, and Industry; Ambassador Ernesto M. Maceda, Gov’t Service and Administration, Legislation, Foreign Diplomacy; Kiyashi Osawa, Business and Trade, Diplomacy, and Humanitarian Advocacy; Atty. Joaquin “Titong’’ Roces, Foreign Diplomacy, Publisher & Columnist, Legislative Concern; Atty. Francisco S. Roman, Business and Advertising, Humanitarian Advocacy; Oscar T. Salita, Arts and Culture, Painting; Sing Seng, Public Service Local Government, Barangay Empowerment, Human Advocacy; Lucio C. Tan, Business and Industry, Humanitarian Advocacy; Mary Pilar L. Verzosa, Humanitarian Advocacy; Justice Jose C. Vitug, Judicial Administration, Jurisprudence; Isagani M. Yambot, Journalism

1999
Levi Celerio, Arts and Culture Advocacy; Lorenzo de Jesus Cruz, Business Entrepreneurship and Management, Print Media Advocacy; Dr. James G. Dy, Business and Industry, Hospital Administration, and Humanitarian Advertising; Engr. Emilio L. Ejercito, Public Service and Administration, Environmental Advocacy; Fernando L. Fernando, Fire Prevention Management Supt. Elmer M. Jamias, Criminal Justice and Police Administration; Atty. Daniel Y. Laogan, Socio-Civic Responsibility and Crime Prevention Advocacy; Dr. Jose G. Tamayo, Medical Education and Leadership, Medical Practice- Med. Coop Advocacy; Fr. Pierre T. Tritz, Tech/Voc. Educ., Civic Responsibility and Children’s Welfare and Rights Advocacy.

1998
Fr. James B. Reuter, SJ, Spiritual Leadership and Civic Responsibility; Sen. Blas F. Ople, Statesmanship and Public Service; Ambeth R. Ocampo, Journalism; Nicetas E. Diaz, Education; John L. Gokongwei Jr., Business; Rod B. Navarro, Special Citation for Broadcast Journalism; Remedios Bosch Jimenez, Special Recognition for Arts and Culture (Posthumous).

1997
His Eminence Jaime Cardinal Sin and Hon. Eraño G. Manalo, Spiritual Leadership; Dr. Angel Alcala, Education; Hon. Justo P. Torres Jr., Law; Congressman Pablo V. Ocampo, Public Service; Architect Ramon M. Zaragoza, Arts and Culture; Fred J. Elizalde, Broadcast Leadership; Jose Maria Basa III and Enrique Razon Jr., Business; Rodolfo S. Salandanan, Journalism; Atty. Espiridion Laxa, Movie and Television Arts.

1996
Hon. Robert Z. Barbers, Public Service; Hon. Salvador M. Enriquez Jr., Government Financial Management; Don Francisco C. Delgado, Civic Responsibility; Antonio O. Cojuangco, Telecommunications Management; Manuel M. Lopez, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Teodoro M. Locsin Sr., Journalism; Bro. Andrew B. Gonzales, FSC, Education; Adrian E. Cristobal, Political Column Writing; Ronald Allan Poe, Movie Acting and Film Directing; Washington Z. Sycip, Public Accountancy; Alfredo Velayo, Business Development.

1995
Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani, Spiritual Leadership; Don Andres Soriano III, Business Entrepreneurship; Ambassador Alfonso T. Yuchengco, Diplomacy; Germino B. Delos Reyes Jr., Museo-Historical Advocacy; Don Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Arts and Culture; Justice Isagani Cruz, Law; Ben F. Rodriguez, Journalism; Arsenio Bartolome III, Banking and Finance; Dr. Minerva G. Laudico, Civic Responsibility; Fr. Rolando V. Dela Rosa, Education; Eugenio Lopez Jr., Broadcast Media and Management; Atty. Juan T. David, People Advocacy.

1994
Hon. Arturo Tolentino, Public Service; Justice Flerida Ruth Romero, Law; Hon. Ramon D. Bagatsing, Civic Leadership; Alicia Ll. Reyes, Humanitarian Service; Dr. Maria L. Ayuyao, Education; Betty Go-Belmonte, Journalism (Posthumous); Dr. Benito Legarda Jr., Economics and Finance; Teresita Ang See, People Advocacy; Serafin Quiason, Cultural Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage; Rodolfo (Dolphy) Vera Quizon, Movie and Television Arts.

1993
Chief Justice Andres R. Narvasa, Government Service-Judiciary; Justice Amuerfina Melencio-Herrera, Law; Dr. Emilio T. Yap, Journalism; Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil, History and Culture Atty. William H. Quasha, Hospital Administration; Dr. Estefania Aldaba-Lim, International Public Service; Dr. Amado C. Dizon, Education; Rafael C. Yabut, Radio Broadcasting.

1992
Atty. Raul Goco, Law; Marcelo Lagmay, Journalism; Councilor Pedro De Jesus, Local Government Service; Dr. Felipe Estrella, Medicine-Hospital Administration; Gen. Dionisio Ojeda, Public Service-Veterans Affairs; Dr. Raymundo Punongbayan, Science; Rhodesia Minguito, Special Award for School Journalism; YMCA of Manila (Dr. Benjamin G. Tayabas, President), Special Award for Youth Development; Intramuros Administration (Edna Henson, Administrator), Special Award for Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage.

1991
Esther A. Vibal, Community Service; Atty. Artemio V. Panganiban, Civic Leadership; Rep. Martin G. Isidro, Government Service; Dr. Dionisio C. Tiongco, Education; Dr. Demetrio A. Quirino, Engineering and Technical Education; GMA Radio Television Arts, Special Awards for Broadcast Leadership; Lea Salonga, Special Award for Performing Arts.

1990
Undersecretary Benjamin G. Tayabas, Education; Executive Secretary Oscar Orbos, Public Service; Lucina Alday, Community Service; DZRH (Rey Langit), Broadcast Leadership.

1988
Dr. Paz Policarpio Mendez, Education; Hon. Romulo M. Del Rosario, Engineering; Supreme Court Justice Cecilia Muñoz-Palma, Law; Tony Tan Caktiong, Business; Dr. Vicente Mendoza-Escobar, Science; Dr. Juan M. Flavier, Community and Civic Leadership; Undersecretary Manuel T. Yan, Public Service; Dr. Carlos Sevilla, Medicine; Prof. Renato Constatino, Journalism. Special Awards Mayor Antonio J. Villegas, Public Service (Posthumous); Dr. Celso Al. Carunungan, Arts and Letter (Posthumous); Joaquin “Chino” P. Roces; Clebenia San Juan

1987
Cipriano Malonzo, Labor Relations; Aurelio Periquet, Business and Industry; Narciso G. Reyes, Diplomacy; Jose D. Lina Jr., Youth Leadership; Sister Mary of SENDEN Home, Civic Leadership; Dr. Helen Z. Benitez, Education; Jaime L. Dela Rosa, Movie Personality; Carlos Loyzaga, Sports Personality; Orlando S. Mercado, Civic Welfare; Maximo V. Soliven, Journalism; Gregorio G. Lim, Medicine; Justice Reynato S. Puno, Law; Claro M. Santiago, Science; Eduardo A. Santiago, Engineering and Construction; Fiorello R. Estuar, Engineering and Management.

1986
Fr. Toru Nishimoto, Religion; Dr. Sotero H. Laurel, Education; Justice Roberto Concepcion, Law; Engr. Antolin M. Oreta, Engineering; Brig. Gen Alfredo S. Lim, Public Service-Law Enforcement; Don. Francisco C. Delgado, Civic Leadership; Dr. Ramon R. Angeles, Medicine.

1983
Minister Jesus Hipolito, Engineering; Hon. Jaime C. Laya, Economics; Jose L. Guevarra, Journalism; Dr. Norberto V. de Ramos, Education; Ralph Nubla, Business; Associate Justice Juvenal K. Guerrero, Law; Justice Corazon Juliano Agrava, Community Service.

1982
Tang Tack, Social, Economic and Moral Amelioration of the Less-Privileged

1981
Gregoria Cruz Mendoza, Welfare Education for the Filipino Blind; Jose Enriquez, Social, Economic and Moral Amelioration of the Less-Privileged; Atty. Arturo A. Borjal, Journalism

1980
Prime Minister Cesar E.A. Virata, Economics and Finance; Leopoldo C. Prieto, Sports; Commodore Alfredo O. Protacio, Science and Invention; Deputy Minister Jose Conrado Benitez, Human Settlements and Housing; Dr. Buenaventura U.V. Angtuaco, Medicine; Minister Vicente T. Paterno, Engineering; Minister Onofre D. Corpuz, Education.

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Posted 25 June 2010 - 05:20 AM

ah ok,thanks nowelle

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Posted 25 June 2010 - 05:34 AM

Thanks po for sharing :)

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Posted 25 June 2010 - 06:08 AM

tnx po for sharing!!


curious lng. . Is ate Sarah the only artist na nagawaran ng ganitong klaseng award??
Hehe!!


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Posted 25 June 2010 - 09:41 AM

thnks 4 sharing...

regards to all!

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 12:59 AM

,tnx po for sharin'

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 11:23 AM

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 06:57 PM


Aquino leads 2010 Outstanding Manilans

By LEONARD D. POSTRADO
June 25, 2010, 10:41am

Once upon a time, I spilled my own blood in Manila.”

This was the revelation of President-elect Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III who, amid criticisms that he was not a son son of Manila, was conferred with the Outstanding Manilan award, together with 10 other prominent private and public figures at the Historic Landmark Manila Hotel on Thursday night.

Aquino, who was awarded Outstanding Manilan for Public Service, recalled during his short message that he shed his own blood during the series of attempts to overthrow his mother, the late former President Corazon C. Aquino, in the late ’80s when he was inflicted with a knife wound.

“Hindi pa ba sapat na dumanak ang aking dugo dito?” he asked his critics who question whether he deserves the citation.

Aquino said he was a true Manilan who was raised by her mom for six years in their house in Arlegui after the momentous 1986 People Power Revolution that toppled the dictatorship of then President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

He recalled going to St. Jude to say his prayers or hear mass when they were still living in Malacañang.

“The scar in my body is one proof that once upon a time I lived in Manila,” he stressed.

Meanwhile, several others persons belonging to different sectors were likewise feted in the the ceremony as part of the 439th celebration of the Araw ng Maynila. They are: Dr. Lydia Echauz, President of Far Eastern University, Education; Manila Archbishop Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales, Spiritual Leadership; Bro. Armin Luistro, President of De La Salle University, Social Consciousness Advocacy; Rev. Fr. Rolando de la Rosa, UST Rector, Values Formation; Dr. Lucio Tan, Humanitarian Service; Ricky Razon, International Business; Justice Antonio Carpio, Jurisprudence; Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon, Film/Television; Justice Edilberto Sandoval, Law and Letters; Manolo Lopez, Corporate Social Responsibility.

Manila Mayor Alfredo S. Lim lauded the Outstanding Manilans for showing true leadership in the country and for being part of the change that the Philippines needed to progress.

“With the coming administration, we will see a better Philippines. I hope that each and everyone will serve as light and salt,” he said.

This year’s search for outstanding Manilans aims to give due recognition and award to men and women who have contributed extraordinary and invaluably to the benefit and development of the City of Manila and its people and whose achievements in their profession or vocation have substantially contributed to the honor and prestige of Manila as the nation’s capital and premier city.

The following are the former awardees:
2009
Former President Corazon C. Aquino, Civic Leadership and Global Diplomacy; Sen. Manuel B. Villar, Public Service; Marixi Rufino Prieto, Print Media Advocacy; Henry Sy Sr., Business Development; Eugenio L. Lopez III, Telecommunications and Broadcasting; Regina Paz Lopez, Environmental Advocacy; Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Miguel C. Enriquez, Public Service in Tri-Media; Teresita Quirino, Education; George Ty, Corporate Social Responsibility.

2008
Vice President Noli De Castro; Susan Roces (Posthumous Award for Fernando Poe Jr.); Tessie Sy-Coson; Manny V. Pangilinan; Ambasssador Eduardo Cojuangco; Former Sen. Jovito Salonga; Justice Arturo Brion; Ramon S. Ang; Dr. Emilio T. Yap; Sen. Ramon Magsaysay Jr.

2007
Napoleon V. Abueva, Modern Sculpture; Dr. Primitivo Chua, Medicine; Rodolfo V. Feliciano, Service Enterprise; Catalina Co Guerrero, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Dr. Vilma Logronio Labrador, Education; Oscar M. Lopez, Corporate Leadership and Social Responsibility; Sr. Zenada P. Pineda, Humanitarian Service and Civic Responsibility; Soccoro C. Ramos, Book Retail Industry; Jacinto T. Uy, Real Estate Development; Augusto B. Villanueva, Journalism and Sports Advocacy.

2006
Former President Fidel Valdez Ramos, Public Service and Global Diplomacy; Carlos M. Loyzaga, Sports; Wilson Y. Tieng, Film and Entertainment Entrepreneur; Dominique Lemery, Humanitarian Service; Aureo R. Alonzo, Fashion and Design; Rev. Fr. Tamerlane R. Lana, Spiritual Leadership; Fernando Zialcita, Anthropology and Cultural Heritage; Federico M. Hizon, International Journalism; Preciosa S. Soliven, Education; Gregorio S. Oca, Business and Socio-civic; DILG Secretary Ronaldo Puno and Manny Castillo of Filipino-Australian Welfare, Special Citation.

2005
Arnold Clavio, Broadcasting; Justice Renato C. Corona, Law and Judiciary; Atty. Lorena Dela Cruz Lee, Youth Development and Leadership; Cecile Guidote-Alvarez, Arts and Culture; Doris Magsaysay, Business and Environmental/Cultural Advocacy; Jake J. Maderazo, Radio and Television/News and Current Affairs; Cecilio Kwok Pedro, Entrepreneurial Leadership and Humanitarian Service; Rosa Rosal, Civic Leadership; Dr. Wilfredo Villacorta, Education and Diplomacy; Lorna T. Yao, Advocacy for Women.

2004
The Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company, Arts and Culture; Evelyn B. Caja, Special Education; Danilo L. Dolor, Cultural and Historical Advocacy; Sarah Geronimo, Performing Arts; Ponciano C. Marquez, Civic Responsibility; Justice Maria Alicia Austria-Martinez, Jurisprudence; Lourdes R. Montinola, Education and Administration; Ramon G. Orlina, Arts, Sculpture; Ma. Teresa D. Ramos, Entrepreneurship; Dr. Robert C. Tan, Medicine.

2003
Delfin T. Alcoriza, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Brig. Gen. Narciso M. Cabrera (Ret.), Community Service and Law Enforcement; Education Secretary Edilberto C. de Jesus, Education; Biliran Rep. Gerardo S. Espina Jr., Public and Govenrment Service; Ben Farrales, Fashion Design, Arts and Culture; Alberto D. Lina, Business and Socio-Civic Responsibility; Dr. Virgilio L. Malang, Science and Invention; Benjamin R. Punongbayan, Finance; Antonio P. Tecson, Financial Management and Humanitarian Service; Bro. Mariano Z. Velarde, Spiritual Leadership.

2002
Col. Antonio L. Cabangon-Chua, Entrepreneurship, Industry, and Urban Development; Julie G. Esguerra, Special Education and Humanitarian Service; Rene George D. Garcia, Music; Former Senator Eva E. Kalaw, Public Service, Civic Responsibility, and Statesmanship; Dr. Lucresia R. Kasilag, Philippine Indigenous Music, Historical, and Cultural Advocacy; Robert C. Lee, Public and Government Service; Jose “Pitoy’’ Moreno, Fashion Design, Arts and Culture; Rannie G. Santos, Entrepreneurship; Volunteer Firemen of the City of Manila: Association of Philippine Volunteer Fire Brigaders, Inc. and the Association of Volunteer Fire Chiefs and Fire Fighters of the Philippines, Inc., Socio-Civic Responsibility; Jullie Yap-Daza, Journalism and Broadcasting.

2001
Federico A. Alcuaz, Arts and Painting; Angelo G. Barreto, International Sports; Msgr. Melchor D. David, Spiritual Leadership, Civic Mindedness, and Soc. Cons. Advocacy; Dante Y. Go, Socio-Civic Leadership and Responsibility; Fidela M. Magpayo, Radio/TV Entertainment, Newscast and Production; Ramon D. Morales, Socio-Civic Volunteerism and Barangay Governance; Virginia R. Moreno, Literary Arts, Poetry, and Story Writing; Dr. Corazon D. Santiago Jr., Education and Socio-Civic Consciousness; Henry Sy Sr., Entrepreneurship, Industry, and Development; George SK Ty, Business, Banking, Finance, Industry, and Humanitarian Advocacy; Atty. Joaquin “Bobby’’ Yuseco, Legal Reform Advocacy and Public Service.

2000
Msgr. Jose Cordero Abriol, Spiritual Leadership, Spiritual Concern, and Advocacy; Gonzalo O. Catan, Invention Entrepreneurship, Business, and Industry; Ambassador Ernesto M. Maceda, Gov’t Service and Administration, Legislation, Foreign Diplomacy; Kiyashi Osawa, Business and Trade, Diplomacy, and Humanitarian Advocacy; Atty. Joaquin “Titong’’ Roces, Foreign Diplomacy, Publisher & Columnist, Legislative Concern; Atty. Francisco S. Roman, Business and Advertising, Humanitarian Advocacy; Oscar T. Salita, Arts and Culture, Painting; Sing Seng, Public Service Local Government, Barangay Empowerment, Human Advocacy; Lucio C. Tan, Business and Industry, Humanitarian Advocacy; Mary Pilar L. Verzosa, Humanitarian Advocacy; Justice Jose C. Vitug, Judicial Administration, Jurisprudence; Isagani M. Yambot, Journalism

1999
Levi Celerio, Arts and Culture Advocacy; Lorenzo de Jesus Cruz, Business Entrepreneurship and Management, Print Media Advocacy; Dr. James G. Dy, Business and Industry, Hospital Administration, and Humanitarian Advertising; Engr. Emilio L. Ejercito, Public Service and Administration, Environmental Advocacy; Fernando L. Fernando, Fire Prevention Management Supt. Elmer M. Jamias, Criminal Justice and Police Administration; Atty. Daniel Y. Laogan, Socio-Civic Responsibility and Crime Prevention Advocacy; Dr. Jose G. Tamayo, Medical Education and Leadership, Medical Practice- Med. Coop Advocacy; Fr. Pierre T. Tritz, Tech/Voc. Educ., Civic Responsibility and Children’s Welfare and Rights Advocacy.

1998
Fr. James B. Reuter, SJ, Spiritual Leadership and Civic Responsibility; Sen. Blas F. Ople, Statesmanship and Public Service; Ambeth R. Ocampo, Journalism; Nicetas E. Diaz, Education; John L. Gokongwei Jr., Business; Rod B. Navarro, Special Citation for Broadcast Journalism; Remedios Bosch Jimenez, Special Recognition for Arts and Culture (Posthumous).

1997
His Eminence Jaime Cardinal Sin and Hon. Eraño G. Manalo, Spiritual Leadership; Dr. Angel Alcala, Education; Hon. Justo P. Torres Jr., Law; Congressman Pablo V. Ocampo, Public Service; Architect Ramon M. Zaragoza, Arts and Culture; Fred J. Elizalde, Broadcast Leadership; Jose Maria Basa III and Enrique Razon Jr., Business; Rodolfo S. Salandanan, Journalism; Atty. Espiridion Laxa, Movie and Television Arts.

1996
Hon. Robert Z. Barbers, Public Service; Hon. Salvador M. Enriquez Jr., Government Financial Management; Don Francisco C. Delgado, Civic Responsibility; Antonio O. Cojuangco, Telecommunications Management; Manuel M. Lopez, Entrepreneurial Leadership; Teodoro M. Locsin Sr., Journalism; Bro. Andrew B. Gonzales, FSC, Education; Adrian E. Cristobal, Political Column Writing; Ronald Allan Poe, Movie Acting and Film Directing; Washington Z. Sycip, Public Accountancy; Alfredo Velayo, Business Development.

1995
Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani, Spiritual Leadership; Don Andres Soriano III, Business Entrepreneurship; Ambassador Alfonso T. Yuchengco, Diplomacy; Germino B. Delos Reyes Jr., Museo-Historical Advocacy; Don Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Arts and Culture; Justice Isagani Cruz, Law; Ben F. Rodriguez, Journalism; Arsenio Bartolome III, Banking and Finance; Dr. Minerva G. Laudico, Civic Responsibility; Fr. Rolando V. Dela Rosa, Education; Eugenio Lopez Jr., Broadcast Media and Management; Atty. Juan T. David, People Advocacy.

1994
Hon. Arturo Tolentino, Public Service; Justice Flerida Ruth Romero, Law; Hon. Ramon D. Bagatsing, Civic Leadership; Alicia Ll. Reyes, Humanitarian Service; Dr. Maria L. Ayuyao, Education; Betty Go-Belmonte, Journalism (Posthumous); Dr. Benito Legarda Jr., Economics and Finance; Teresita Ang See, People Advocacy; Serafin Quiason, Cultural Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage; Rodolfo (Dolphy) Vera Quizon, Movie and Television Arts.

1993
Chief Justice Andres R. Narvasa, Government Service-Judiciary; Justice Amuerfina Melencio-Herrera, Law; Dr. Emilio T. Yap, Journalism; Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil, History and Culture Atty. William H. Quasha, Hospital Administration; Dr. Estefania Aldaba-Lim, International Public Service; Dr. Amado C. Dizon, Education; Rafael C. Yabut, Radio Broadcasting.

1992
Atty. Raul Goco, Law; Marcelo Lagmay, Journalism; Councilor Pedro De Jesus, Local Government Service; Dr. Felipe Estrella, Medicine-Hospital Administration; Gen. Dionisio Ojeda, Public Service-Veterans Affairs; Dr. Raymundo Punongbayan, Science; Rhodesia Minguito, Special Award for School Journalism; YMCA of Manila (Dr. Benjamin G. Tayabas, President), Special Award for Youth Development; Intramuros Administration (Edna Henson, Administrator), Special Award for Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage.

1991
Esther A. Vibal, Community Service; Atty. Artemio V. Panganiban, Civic Leadership; Rep. Martin G. Isidro, Government Service; Dr. Dionisio C. Tiongco, Education; Dr. Demetrio A. Quirino, Engineering and Technical Education; GMA Radio Television Arts, Special Awards for Broadcast Leadership; Lea Salonga, Special Award for Performing Arts.

1990
Undersecretary Benjamin G. Tayabas, Education; Executive Secretary Oscar Orbos, Public Service; Lucina Alday, Community Service; DZRH (Rey Langit), Broadcast Leadership.

1988
Dr. Paz Policarpio Mendez, Education; Hon. Romulo M. Del Rosario, Engineering; Supreme Court Justice Cecilia Muñoz-Palma, Law; Tony Tan Caktiong, Business; Dr. Vicente Mendoza-Escobar, Science; Dr. Juan M. Flavier, Community and Civic Leadership; Undersecretary Manuel T. Yan, Public Service; Dr. Carlos Sevilla, Medicine; Prof. Renato Constatino, Journalism. Special Awards Mayor Antonio J. Villegas, Public Service (Posthumous); Dr. Celso Al. Carunungan, Arts and Letter (Posthumous); Joaquin “Chino” P. Roces; Clebenia San Juan

1987
Cipriano Malonzo, Labor Relations; Aurelio Periquet, Business and Industry; Narciso G. Reyes, Diplomacy; Jose D. Lina Jr., Youth Leadership; Sister Mary of SENDEN Home, Civic Leadership; Dr. Helen Z. Benitez, Education; Jaime L. Dela Rosa, Movie Personality; Carlos Loyzaga, Sports Personality; Orlando S. Mercado, Civic Welfare; Maximo V. Soliven, Journalism; Gregorio G. Lim, Medicine; Justice Reynato S. Puno, Law; Claro M. Santiago, Science; Eduardo A. Santiago, Engineering and Construction; Fiorello R. Estuar, Engineering and Management.

1986
Fr. Toru Nishimoto, Religion; Dr. Sotero H. Laurel, Education; Justice Roberto Concepcion, Law; Engr. Antolin M. Oreta, Engineering; Brig. Gen Alfredo S. Lim, Public Service-Law Enforcement; Don. Francisco C. Delgado, Civic Leadership; Dr. Ramon R. Angeles, Medicine.

1983
Minister Jesus Hipolito, Engineering; Hon. Jaime C. Laya, Economics; Jose L. Guevarra, Journalism; Dr. Norberto V. de Ramos, Education; Ralph Nubla, Business; Associate Justice Juvenal K. Guerrero, Law; Justice Corazon Juliano Agrava, Community Service.

1982
Tang Tack, Social, Economic and Moral Amelioration of the Less-Privileged

1981
Gregoria Cruz Mendoza, Welfare Education for the Filipino Blind; Jose Enriquez, Social, Economic and Moral Amelioration of the Less-Privileged; Atty. Arturo A. Borjal, Journalism

1980
Prime Minister Cesar E.A. Virata, Economics and Finance; Leopoldo C. Prieto, Sports; Commodore Alfredo O. Protacio, Science and Invention; Deputy Minister Jose Conrado Benitez, Human Settlements and Housing; Dr. Buenaventura U.V. Angtuaco, Medicine; Minister Vicente T. Paterno, Engineering; Minister Onofre D. Corpuz, Education.

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Thanks for sharing..more power to sarah..bring back all the glory to GOD..GODBLESS... :52sgThumb:

#9 cicima

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 09:09 PM

Thanks for sharing.

ang bata pa ni bebe Sarah noong mapasama siya sa "Outstanding Manilans."

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 10:11 PM

tnx po for sharing!!


curious lng. . Is ate Sarah the only artist na nagawaran ng ganitong klaseng award??
Hehe!!


YES. AND TINGNAN NIYONG MABUTI KUNG KANINO NAIHA-HANAY ANG PANAGALAN NI SARAH.

Grabe, its really a great honor and achievement for her na mabigyan ng ganitong award.

This is the highest ever award to be given by the city goverment of Manila.

15 years old pa lang si Sarah siguro nung ma-receive niya yung award.


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Posted 27 June 2010 - 02:55 AM

congrats SARAH!!!

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Posted 28 June 2010 - 09:30 AM

Thanks for sharing!

Yes naman...a government recognition award for Our Superstar at the very young age is really a great, great achievement!!! God Bless Our Superstar Sarah!!!




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