San Pablo City 2013 Election List Of Candidates

The campaign period for this year's Local Elections has started and the list below will let you know who are the candidates for the Mayoralty, Vice Mayoralty and City Council positions here in our city.

Street Dancing Competition San Pablo City Coco Festival 2013

It's the biggest and the most colorful event of the entire festival. It's also the event that brings in more people to our city during the Coco Festival Celebration.

San Pablo City, It's More Fun In The Philippines

Well, I have not been to many places in the Philippines but I can definitely say that it is more fun in San Pablo City.

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Thursday, November 26, 2015

SM City San Pablo’s Honest Guard (Press Release)

It’s with great pride we share to you the three commendation in one month of Mall Security Guard EMMANUEL P. LLOVIT, Good Deeds like these only shows the commitment of SM City San Pablo’s Guards to the corporate value of the company which are integrity and honesty to the duty that best speaks well of the attributes of a Good SM Security Force.

The first incident was October 10, 2015 when SG Llovit was conducting clearing inspection in SM Cinema he found the wallet which he immediately turned over to the CRS-Office. Later that day the owner appeared at CRS Office to claim the said item and was identified as Ms. Alyssa L. Batacan, 20 years old of Batong Malaki, Los Baños, Laguna Said wallet contains his IDs and cash amounting to Php 525.00. After verification and security procedure, Ms. Batacan gave his gratitude and commended the said guard as well as the Security procedure implemented here at SM City San Pablo.

Then Last October 18, 2015 SG Llovit also found the wallet of Mr. Ramon R. Esmiller, 63 years old of Kanluran Bukal, Liliw, Laguna. Said wallet contains his IDs and cash amounting to Php 12,000.00. After verification and security procedure, Mr. Esmiller gave his gratitude and commended the said guard as well as the Security procedure implemented here at SM City San Pablo.

And Lastly last October 24, he found and returned the wallet of Mr. Christian Dela Cruz, 22 years old of Brgy. Maahas, Los Baños, Laguna.. Mr.Dela Cruz r is very thankful that it was returned to him.

All these good deeds like these should be not only applauded but also be recognized as well as a role model for all the guards out there. The presence of a security guard at the mall can provide peace of mind and a sense of security to the shoppers, employees and customers specially this Christmas season where most people go to the mall.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

SM City San Pablo’s Christmas Playville Delights Shoppers

The joyful season of giving has just begun last November 7, 2015, Saturday, as SM City San Pablo launch their Christmas center piece with this year’s theme “ Christmas Playville”. It surely delighted all the kids and the kids-at-heart –with its colourful Christmas theme houses. It’s like a kid imagination come to life. One look and you can experience the magic of Christmas with the Ginger bread display, Snow painted House, Santa’s Christmas critters and yuletide gifts.

SM City San Pablo’s Christmas Playville Delights Shoppers

SM Supermalls also prepared only the best HOLIDAY SHOPPING TREATS for all shoppers in all SM Supermalls nationwide. There will be dazzling entertainment with our grand Christmas parades on Dec. 20, chorale and ballet performances, and Christmas character meet and greets. Global Pinoy’s Pamaskong Handog on Dec. 15 and Fireworks Display on Dec. 25 & 30.

Shoppers can also take advantage of the Christmas sale and ongoing Christmas Toy Fair. SM City San Pablo’s shops and restaurants are all READY to serve you this holiday season.

Christmas is also a time for giving back. You can make more children happy by supporting SM Bears of Joy. For only 200 pesos, you can have 1 of those cute cuddly bears to keep, while the other will be donated to our chosen charity.

You can also take a photo with your family and friends in SM City San Pablo’s Christmas Playville and post it using the hashtag  #MerrySMChristmas2015 !

So we invite you all to celebrate the start of the Christmas season only here at SM Supermalls – your happy place where everything’s here for family fun. We wish you all a very Merry SM Christmas!

Friday, October 30, 2015

Spooky Fun At SM City San Pablo’s Halloween Celebration

Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy. The Celts used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, and also believed that this transition between the seasons was a bridge to the world of the dead.  Over the millennia the holiday transitioned from a somber pagan ritual to a day of merriment, costumes, parades and sweet treats for children and adults. (

Spooky Fun At SM City San Pablo’s Halloween  Celebration

As Halloween rolls around, the time has come once again for the young and old to shop for costumes, dress up, and have some spooktacular fun. If you and your kids are planning on spending Halloween at SM City San Pablo here are a few activities you might want to check out.

There will be a Halloween Costume contest for both kids and adults.  They best in Halloween costume will have a chance to win 5k worth of shopping money. There will also be a zombie attack version 2.0 where shoppers can feel the Halloween vibe by having selfie with walking zombies. They can surely shop and run as fast as they can! So see you on October 31, 2015 and lets all have fun only at SM City San Pablo! (nwr)

Thursday, October 22, 2015

San Pableño’s Benefitted From SM Foundation’s Medical and Health Mission

Around 600 beneficiaries from San Pablo City gathered at SM City San Pablo for medical and dental assistance from SM Foundation’s medical mission last October 14, 2015.

Patients availed of free medical services through SM Foundation’s mobile clinic. These included 50 patients who underwent dental extractions, 42 for x-ray exams and. 27 for ECG. They were also given free snack from Mi Goreng Noodles while waiting for their turn in the consultation area.

San Pableño’s Benefitted From SM Foundation’s Medical and Health Mission

Most of the kids received immediate medical care and were given appropriate antibiotics and medication. The kids also received educational toys and popcorn from Chummy Chum, SM Foundation’s medical mission program partner.

SM City San Pablo partnered with the City Health of San Pablo , Provincial Health Office of Laguna, San Pablo Doctors Medical Society, Philippine Red Cross San Pablo Chapter for this years’ the Medical Mission. They have showed tremendous support thus making this event a success. KFC also supported the event by being the official food for the volunteers.

Since 2001, SM Foundation has conducted medical missions that have brought a wide-range of medical services to communities nationwide, especially to those in far-flung areas, through its mobile clinics. At the core of SM Foundation's health advocacy is the aim to provide a wide-range of medical and dental services to target beneficiaries. Since 2001, SM Foundation has brought these services to marginalized communities through its medical missions and its Felicidad T. Sy Wellness Program. (NWR)

Monday, October 12, 2015

PHILPOST Celebrates 3rd National Writing Day At SM City San Pablo (Press Release)

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) in partnership with the Department of Education,Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino and SM Supermalls recently had the 3nd National Letter Writing Day with this years’ theme “Dear next president” following the announcement of three Presidential candidates for the May 2016 national election.  The nationwide letter-writing campaign is said to be participated by about 50,000 students in celebration of the “World Post Day” held last October 09 at selected SM Supermall branches all over the country.

World Post Day is celebrated every 9th of October annually, to coincide with the anniversary of the establishment of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in the Swiss capital of Berne. Its main purpose is to create awareness of the role of the postal sector in people’s and businesses’ everyday lives and its contribution to the social and economic development of countries.

PHLPost's primary activity to celebrate this day is the National letterwriting Day (NLWD) with the theme "Dear Next President", which is expected to provide a venue for the Filipino youth to express themselves by engaging in letter writing activities that will not just communicate but touch lives.

"With the 2016 election fast shaping up, we would like to encourage the youth, though they are not yet eligible to participate in the electoral process, to express his or her thoughts and hopes for the next president of the country through a letter," Postmaster General Josie Dela Cruz said.

PHLPost will compile all the letters and hopefully, will be able to present this to the next elected president of the Philippines. Together with thousands of participating youth, the corporation further hopes that the president will take time to look and consider the ideals and recommendations embodied in their letters.

Here in SM City San Pablo , around 265 students from Laguna College, Canossa college, San Pablo Colleges and SPC  National Highschool actively participated. Ms. Odith Cadano, Senior Marketing Specialists of Philpost Region 4 said that their forefront advocacy is to revive the art of letter writing by having events like this. PHLPost officials continue to believe that nothing else cultivates romance, nurtures friendship, or helps one stay connected like a hand-written card or letter received at the post office. (nwr)

SM City San Pablo’s United Nations’ Day Celebration (Press Release)

The month of October marks the declaration of friendship and partnership of nations united with a mission to preserve peace and advance justice in the world – the founding of the United Nations.

Celebrated across the globe, countries commemorate the special day in their own creative ways. Here in the Philippines, United Nations’ Day is celebrated through a showcase of colourful flags, nationalistic costumes and synergy of cultures. Let us remember the day of peace and celebrate oneness on U.N. Day happening this October 23, 2015 only at SM City San Pablo.

This is a perfect opportunity to teach children about different cultures and get them familiar with the national costumes of various countries. SM Supermalls will hold a contest among public and private schools for the best national costume. The contest is open to students from nursery to kindergarten and one boy and one girl will receive the Best in Costume Award.  The school that has the most number of students will be awarded with spectacular prizes.

What else can signify U.N. Day other than colourful  national costumes from around the globe? Feast your eyes on a vibrant centerpiece of SM City San Pablo highlighting the kid in Filipino costume in pabebe wave. See you at SM City San Pablo as we celebrate United Nations’ Day!


Photo Exhibit Shines Light on the Everyday Work of Doctors at SM City San Pablo

San Pablo Medical Society once again held Phodocgraphy with this year’s theme: Points of View. The Photo exhibit aims to raise awareness through the eyes of a doctors’ lenses as they photograph their daily routine.

The project started out with a few doctors who loved photography coming up with the idea to have small photo exhibit at a hospital lobby for Medicine Week. "PhoDocgraphy" as it came to be known.  Dr. Ed Noblejas, former SPC MedSoc President said  “Then the idea took flight and became a yearly event with more and more MDs being bitten by the camera bug. So much so that hospital lobbies were no longer big enough to accommodate the entries. The opening of SM San Pablo became the solution to the quest for a bigger and more prestigious venue for PhoDocgraphy.” The mall's atrium became the annual showcase of the photographic creativity and passion of the doctors of the San Pablo City Medical Society. A partnership that hopefully continues to bring the medical practitioners closer and more in touch with the people they have vowed to heal and serve.

Around 80 pictures have been selected, each exhibiting images capturing the context and humanity of an emergency, hospital rounds, natural disaster and operations.  Doctor Cristeto Azucena whose photos are also part of the exhibit says that what they see in their everyday life as a doctor can be really be very challenging but what is consistent is the amount of hope they see with their patients.

San Pablo Medical Society provides essential medical humanitarian aid regardless of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. They have been helping the community by giving their services for free through medical mission and they have been also supporting SM Foundation Gamot para sa Kapwa for 4 years now here at San Pablo, Laguna.

”Sometimes you can’t calculate the ripple effect of the good that you do.” “You may not be able to change the world, but you can make a difference to an individual, a family or a community,” Says Dr. Rose Cariaga Shellshear.

The exhibition was held for three days in SM City San Pablo mall atrium from September 28 to September 30 2015.

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