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Order of the Amaranth Daguma Mt. Range Court #50, together with the sponsors and scholars, this year’s Batang Iskolar project has been conducted, held in SP Hall of Sultan Kudarat Provincial Capitol on June 14, 2013.


Due to 3 years of good response for the said project, another year has been offered by the members of the said order to continuously give assistance to poor but deserving students in their studies through the Batang Iskolar Project.

About 9 schools with almost about 188 students adopted from different schools in Sultan Kudarat has been given the chance to study with the help of the kind-hearted benefactors from the said order.

Together with their Principal and teachers, the students were gathered in the hall for the presentation of scholars as well as giving of incentives and their school supplies for this school year.


[The scholars wearing their Amaranth shirts from their sponsors]

Present on the said events were the Members of the Order of the Amaranth Court #50, as well members and sponsors from Koronadal Court #39 RM Judy Moran, HL Imelda Demaala, DDGRM Linda Ang and DDGRP Joseph Ang, Sultan Kudarat Division School’s Superintendent Dr. Kahar H. Macasayon and Executive assistant Bonifacio Enitorio.




Program started with a prayer, singing of pambansang awit and welcome address rendered by HL Glecy Fornan. Presentation of scholars and giving of incentives to the top performing students followed thereafter.


[Sir Knight Aaron Arumpac, the author of Batang Iskolar Project]



Inspirational thoughts were also delivered by the Royal Matron Gina Andang, Division Schools Superintendent Kahar H. Macasayon, Executive Assistant Bonifacio Enitorio and DDGRM Linda Ang.




[Dr. Kahar Macasayon giving an incentive to this scholar who was able to recognize and say his complete name]


One of the scholars also delivered her message. In her message is a story of her life. She narrated how hard their life is but despite of it, strives to be on top of the class in return for the people who gave her the chance to have a proper education. She also states that her sister who was also a scholar from the said program is now in highschool and remains to be a top performing student and that inspires her to be the best as well.


A song number was given by selected scholars from Datu Talipasan Elementary School to entertain the guests.


HL Bai Susan Arumpac then presented the scholars and awarding of the school supplies together with their benefactors.




[Children all seated together with their new school bags]

The children of today will be the biggest thing for tomorrow but it will only happen, if they have the proper education as this is the only weapon to change the world. Order of the Amaranth, in action for their virtue of wisdom and charity is indeed successful towards helping the youth in reaching their dreams through their assistance in their education. Poverty is never a hindrance in achieving the success they want and they are lucky enough to be given the privilege to learn without a cost.

Let us all be encouraged to gain more sponsors for those youth to be given proper education rather than seeing them being locked up in their homes or seeing them in the streets getting into juvenile delinquency.

Let us all be an agent towards giving a good future for the youth who will soon be making a good future for themselves, for the people and for the country.


Today, we the Filipino People stand up with pride and dignity as we commemorate the 115th Independence Day.


Held in Sultan Kudarat Provincial Capitol, with the theme: “Kalayaan 2013: Ambagan Tungo sa Malawakang Kaunlaran”; the officials from different government and non-government sectors, together with the sponsors, Members of the Daguma Mountain Range Lodge 244 and Order of the Amaranth Court Daguma Mt. Range Court #50, were gathered to celebrate the said occasion.


[Members of the Order of the Amaranth Court#50 and Daguma Mt. Range Lodge #244]

The activity started with a motorcade at 7am followed by a program. Present also on the said event were Elect Governor Teng Mangudadatu, Vice Governor Ernesto Matias and some board members of the first and the second district.


A prayer followed by “Pagpupugay sa Watawat” delivered by Sir Knight Aaron Arumpac, led by Gov. Mangudadatu together with the Brother Masons and members of the Amaranth, a solemn and patriotic flag raising was done. Panatang Makabayan, singing of Bayan Ko and Floral offering commenced thereafter.



[Sir Knight Aaron Arumpac delivering his “Pagpupugay sa Watawat]





[Floral offering by Governor Teng Mangudadatu]



Messages were delivered by the honored guests and an entertainment numbers were given by the Members of the Order of Demolay Daguma Mt. Range and some daughters of the Masons. The Teng Band was also present to keep the activity rocking fun singing tagalog songs  which is enjoyed by the people.


[Gov. Suharto “Teng” Mangudadatu giving his inspirational message]


The activity last only for almost 2 hours and it was  indeed successful and best of all, people gathered had shown unity, patriotism and pride for our flag, for the heroes and for the people in our nation.

Be proud, Be Pinoy! basta SK, Sikat ka!


I am a Proud Pinay!