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IN PHOTOS: Pamuhat Ritual, Turn-over Ceremony of the Coconut Project’s Management, and View Deck Tour.

IN PHOTOS: Pamuhat Ritual, Turn-over Ceremony of the Coconut Project’s Management, and View Deck Tour.

Datu during the Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

The highest point of the proposed view deck, overlooking the whole land area of Central Mindanao University (Musuan Peak; Pulangui River; Rice, Sugarcane, Coconut, and Corn fields; Rainforest; Dairy; Philippine Carabao Center; and the University Campus), as well as the City of Valencia, and the majestic Pantaron Range of San Fernando, Bukidnon.

The University Administrative Council (ADCO) led by Dr. Jesus Antonio G. Derije, University President, traverses to the location of the university’s proposed View Deck construction.

The University Administrative Council (ADCO) enjoys the picturesque Mt. Kalayo, one of the landmarks of CMU, from the proposed view deck.

Datu during the Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

Datu during the Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

Pamuhat (a ritual to ask permission to implement activities in the area) for the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

President Jesus Antonio G. Derije inspires the production function of the university to generate more income.

Prof. Judel Orlino shares that CMU has conducted various researches about coconut (e.g., coconut wine, etc.)

Congressman Rogelio Neil “Oneil” Roque expresses his support to the present undertakings of CMU during the Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony.

VP for Resource Generation and Management Office, Dr. Ronel V. Sudaria says that this undertaking should be sustained not only for today’s generation but for the future generations as well.

Coconut Project Management’s Turn-over Ceremony. (L-R: Dr. Jose Alexander A. Abella, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dr. Ronel V. Sudaria, Vice President for Resource Generation and Management Office; Hon. Rolly P. Hera Jr., Lumbo Barangay Captain; Cong. Rogelio Neil “Oneil” Roque, 4th District; Dr. Pal Ampang, consultant for the CMU Tourism Comprehensive Plan; Dr. Jesus Antonio G. Derije, CMU President; and Mr. Kenneth Claro, private sector representative.

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