17 Cristel Viola, Angel Viola, Klaine Ocacla, Kaylene Ocacla, John Carl Bermejo, Justin Bermejo, Jesus Bermejo, Rochelle Regondola,
Brixlord Regondola, Greedy Regondola, Maryjane Magallon, Stephanie Magallon, Annalyn Magallon, Jeffery Magallon, Princess Pomario,
John Person Pomario, Marianne Pomario

11 Xian Pomario, Sean Pomario, Maja Pomairo, John Carlo Pomairo, Jeormel Evardo, jeffery Evardo, John Michael Bermejo, Juniella
Calog, William calog, Romella Regondola, Greedy Regondola,
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Helping in the
Feeding Program October 25
Sunday October 23-27
Mary Midose's Rice bank
These feedings were paid for by Ed Faught and the rice came from Mary Midose's rice bank   
6 kilos used for feeding program
99 kilos left
Meal
Price/Ingredients
# of Children
Macaroni soup
52p Evaporated milk  
50p hot dogs
35p cabbage
20p cooking oil
15p onion
10p vitsen seasoning

total 263p ($6.41)
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Feeding Program october 23
16 Cristel Viola, Angel Viola, Klaine Ocacla, Kaylene Ocacla, John Carl Bermejo, Justin Bermejo, Jesus Bermejo, Rochelle Regondola,
Brixlord Regondola, Greedy Regondola, Maryjane Magallon, Stephanie Magallon, Annalyn Magallon, Jeffery Magallon, Princess Pomario,
John Person Pomario

11 Xian Pomario, Maja Pomairo, John Carlo Pomairo, Jeormel Evardo, jeffery Evardo, John Michael Bermejo, Juniella Calog, William
calog, Romella Regondola, Greedy Regondola, Kayth Ocasla
Meal
Price/Ingredients
# of Children
Champorado (chocolate rice
porridge)
Rice
39p evaporated milk
48p sugar
10p cocoa powder

total 97p ($2.35)
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Feeding Program October 24
Brixlord Regondola, Greedy Regondola, Maryjane Magallon, Stephanie Magallon, Annalyn Magallon, Jeffery Magallon,  Marianne Pomario

11 Xian Pomario, Sean Pomario, John Carlo Pomairo, Jeormel Evardo, jeffery Evardo, John Michael Bermejo, Juniella Calog, William
calog, Romella Regondola, Greedy Regondola, Kayth Ocasla
Meal
Price/Ingredients
# of Children
Eggs and rice
Rice
25p cooking oil
8p soy sauce
7p pepper

Total 175p ($4.27)
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Two weeks ago we started a feeding program attendance record. We told the children they would
get a prize if they were able to get perfect attendance for two weeks. 12 out of 17 children in the
morning had perfect attendance and 4 out of 12 in the afternoon. The children with the check marks
beside their name had perfect attendance.   I looked over the updates for the past two weeks and
found out we served 267 meals with food costs of $57.26
We spent 20p on each child. For a total of 320p ($7.81) for the 16 winners.
We bought crayons and coloring books, vanity packets, puzzles, pencil
cases and other prizes. They were given out based on boys or girls and
age. It really made the kids feel special  
The cost of the toys was paid by Thomas Highberg
Mylene hands out prizes to the children with perfect attendance
and bench seating was added and was used to transport people. The jeepneys of today are tricked out and some hold over 20 people.
They run dedicated routes and have terminals. The cost is reasonable anything under 4 kilometers (2.4 miles) 8p (20 cents). The
government sets the prices so all jeepneys cost the same.
Most jeepneys are not driven by their owners. The driver will pay a boundary (fee) to the driver to use the jeepney for the day. Depending
on the route the boundary can range from $600 to $1,200. The driver pays the boundary and gas, anything over that is what they earn for
the day. Depending on the day, amount of traffic and route how long they work a jeepney driver can earn 400p ($9.76) to over 1000p
($24.39) Jeepneys are just about everywhere and a major staple in travel in the Philippines    
                 Jeepney on the road                                                          jeepneys lined up at terminal waiting for passengers      
Some are uncomfortable and jar you around more than others. But they are common way to travel. Like jeepneys the prices are set for
what they can charge. The boundary is usually around 150p ($3.66) for a trike and drivers on a good day after paying the boundary and
gas take home about 300p ($7.32)
    
It is simply amazing how many people can ride on a trike. If there is room to stand, sit or hang they will do it
There are other forms of public transportation buses, taxis, light rail, and elevated train, but the jeepney and trikes are for sure the staples
of public travel in the Philippines