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Knights of Columbus, Bohol South

The Knights of Columbus, Bohol South will hold its 4th provincial sportsfest on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 8 a.m. at the K of C Recreation Center, K of C Drive, Tagbilaran City.

Former City Vice Mayor Jorge D. Cabalit, Bohol South provincial deputy, disclosed that there will be six participating districts headed by the following district deputies:  District V-43 based in Bilar, Bohol – District Deputy Ernesto Calamba; District V-44 based in Jagna, Bohol – DD Cenon R. Agbayani; District V-45 based in Loboc-Antonio Acuna, Jr.; District V-46 based in Alburquerque-DD Jose Avergonzado; District V-47 based in Tagbilaran City – DD Boler Binamira; and District V-48 based in Lindaville Subdivision, Tagbilaran City – DD Glicero Jubac.

There will be two divisions, as follows: senior division to be participated in by the members of the Knights of Columbus and the junior division to be played by the Columbian Squires.

The games to be played and their tournament managers are as follows: Bowling – Boler Binamira; billiard – Galicano Alqueza; table tennis – Mario Limbaga; chess – Macaro Villones; and dama – Gervasio Lopena.

In a related development, the 4th K of C Bohol triangular sportsfest will be held on Sunday, Oct. 12 as the highlight during the Columbus Day celebration.

At 7:15 a.m. of Oct. 12, a holy mass will be officiated at the St. Joseph Cathedral.  It will be followed by a parade around the city's thoroughfares.

A wreath-laying will follow at the monument of Christopher Columbus at the intersection of Borja and Gallares streets.
Games will be played at the K of C Recreation Center.

The 4th K of C Bohol triangular sportsfest will be participated in by players from the Bohol East under Provincial Deputy Isidro Mirontos, Bohol West headed by Provincial Deputy Lazaro Artiaga, and the Bohol Sourth led by Provincial Deputy Cabalit. (Bro. Charles T. Cabalit)

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