The tail end of 2011 will always be memorable for many Kagay-anons, but for a different reason: the wrath and fury unleashed by Typhoon Sendong that killed thousands and washed away entire neighborhoods and communities. Christmas was nothing like the usual. There were still some gifts, a little merrymaking and sparkling lights and decorations; but… Continue reading Happy New Year!
It started raining in Cagayan de Oro around mid-Friday, December 16. By dawn, it poured its wrath on the city and many found themselves on the roof of their homes, while others were stranded on the way home. When the storm ended, many Kagay-anons were left dead, some have yet to be found and thousands… Continue reading Help Cagayan de Oro Stand Up Again