Monday, December 17, 2007

Toti Dulay of the 2nd Congressional District of Marikina City

This blog page serves as the list of projects and activities initiated, managed or particiaped by Toti Dulay from 2007 to 2010 in his involvement in different organizations:

1.0. Consultant, Office of Mayor Marides Fernando

1.1. Grassroots Political Organization for Kabayani Party



I was tasked by Mayor Marides Fernando to coordinate with Associate Dean Dennis Gonzales of the Ateneo School of Governance regarding grassroots political organization. The meeting resulted into a Kabayani Party Seminar Worshop held from October 4-5, 2007, at the Astoria Plaza in Pasig City, the Ateneo School of Government conducted a seminar to help jumpstart the party-building process of Kabayani, a local political party based in Marikina City. Kabayani, which was founded by former mayor, now Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) chairperson, Bayani Fernando and current mayor, Marides Fernando. The Office of City Administrator Melvin Cruz organized the seminar.

The implementation of the vision and strategies formulated in the seminar needs the go signal of Mayor Marides Fernando.

Discussed with Melvin Cruz and Rep.Marcy Teodoro about the plan to put up an independent office for Kabayani Party.

1.2. Marikina City Hall Overseas Employment Project


With the approval of Mayor Marides Fernando and go signal of City Administrator Melvin Cruz, I initiated a tie - up with Aram Enterprises, Inc. headed by its Vice President Gemma A. Mercado, to send Marikenos to job abroad without placement fee. The project is in coordination with WAO OIC/PESO Manager Gildegardo R. Munar, TESDA and the Training Center at Nangka Elementary School. It will be manned by Engr. Angel Rufo of Rancho Estate, Joseph Quiles of Marikina Heights and Danny Justo of Kenworth.

Those who wants to apply, please proceed to WAO Office.

1.3. Habitat for Humanity Housing Project For Marikina City Hall Employees.


With the go signal of Mayor Marides Fernando, I initiated a tie - up between Habitat For Humanity and the Marikina City Hall to provide housing for City Hall employees. Series of meetings attended by the Mayor Marides Fernando, Habitat for Humanity President Alberto L. Jugo, City Administrator Melvin Cruz, Demy Posadas, Warren Ubungen, Architech Joy Alarcon came up with a 4-storey hausing project thru Pag-Ibig Fund in a government lot in Concepcion Dos, Second District

2.0. President, Marist School PTA based in Marikina Heights, 2nd District


2.1. Initiated the Marist PTA EGroup.
2.2. Came up with a Marist PTA logo and Letterhead led by Atty. Mae Lindo
2.3. Facilitated the donation of previous PTA boards headed by Miramar Ocampo of Marikina Heights of 2 million pesos to Marist School.
2.4. Facilitated the election and induction of Marist PTA Year and Section Level Representatives.
2.5. Halloween Party led by Hector Domingo
2.6. Christmas Party by Marist PTA Board hosted by Elaine Santos.
2.7. Renewed PTA SEC and BIR Registration led by Atty. Tess Caalim.
2.8. Activated the Marist PTA Office.
2.9. Launched the Egroup information campaign thru free TShirt to all Year and Section Level Representatives.
2.10. Revived the PTA Christmas Gift giving to all Marist teachers and staff.
2.11. Initiated college entrance review sessions for 3rd year Marist students thru Mrs. Betty Victorino Srimata.
2.12. Initiated graduation ball thru Mrs. Jocelyn G. Papas of DPWH.
2.13. Supported the Bingo Socials of the Marist Employees.
2.14. Supported the "Do Good Button Campaign" of Marist Guidance Office.
2.15. Supported the "Detecting and Handling Children Under Stress , December 14, led by Marist Guidance Office.
2.16. Suppoted recollection led by Alan Biazon


2.17. Prep School Family Day and Sports Fest led by Mrs. Vem P. Reyes of Miriam College

2.18.Supported the Gift Giving Project to Lolo and Lola on February 14, 2008.

2.19. Supported the Zaphyr, the Variety Show of Marist School, thru coordination with Miss Cruz of the Dance Club, benifits will go to the CRIBS Foundation.

2.20. Supported the Marist Faculty Development Program thru Educational Tour in Bohol, coordinated thru Marist PTA Board Lany Lambinicio.

2.21 Supported the uniform of the volleyball team of Mother's Organization of Marist School (MOMS) in the Marist-Notre Dame Friendship Game.

3.0. Past Grand Knight, Knights of Columbus, Concepcion Council 7631/ Former Lay Minister of Concepcion Church, 2nd District


3.1. Created the Egroup for Marikina Valley Asembly
3.2. Sponsored one station in the Stations of the Cross
3.3. Lectured on the heroism of Emilio Aguinaldo and Fighters of Balangiga in the Marikina Valley Assembly
3.4. Created the Concepcion Council Egroup.
3.5. Participated in the consensus building for the election of the next Grand Knight.

3.6 Joined in the fund raising dinner dance for Concepcion Church held in Kapitan Moy.

3.7. One of the hosts/sponsors in the K of C Concepcion Annual Xmas Carol

4.0. Former Faculty Club President and Former Management Coordinator, IABF-FEU


4.1. One of the campaign managers and donors of United Reform Party of the FEU Faculty Union
4.2. Pursued Doctor of Public Administration in UP NCPAG
4.3. Worked with Marlo Valencia for the nomination of Rep.Emil Ong and Dir.Yoko Ramos of the Office of the President as FEU Outstanding Alumni
4.4. Elected Section Representative in the UP NCPAG Student Council
4.5. Written doctoral papers a) Public Administration, the Marikina Way, and b) The On – Going Crusade for Formation of a Global Government: the Philippine Response

4.6. Talked to Rep. Marcy Teodoro to help the UP Faculty in thier fight to be excempted in the Salary Standardization Law

5.0. Titular Head, Dulay Clan of Marikina Valley


5.1. Directed the political activities of the clan in the last national and barangay elections.
5.2. Assigned one of my houses as temporary shelter of some relatives
5.3. Stand as ninong to the wedding of Iglesia Ni Cristo handog Abigael Salazar and US Navy Teck Guardiano
5.4. Hosted the All Saints Day Reunion of the Clan
5.5. Provided bi monthly cash and medical support to the matriarch of the clan.
5.6. Coordinated with some Lakan Dula descendants
5.7. Provided financial assistant to some members of the clan

5.8. Updated the Dulay Clan Educational Ranking

5.9. Prepared a power point presentation on the History of the Dulay Clan in his laptop.

5.11. Open a dollar account at PNB Seattle, Washington State to be the conduit of remittances among Dulay Clan members in the USA.

5.12. Reprimanded a Dulay Clan member who did not align with the clan's political stand.

5.13. Provided counsel to Dulay Clan members who are not prioritizing education.

6.0. Director, AIM Alumni Association; Vice - Chairman, International Movement of Development Managers


6.1. Attended Asian Business Conference
6.2. Attended Case Writing Seminar
6.3. Heads the Case Writing Committee
6.4. Pushed for Program Desk concept in AIM Alumni Office

6.5. Talked to a funding agency regarding a pro -poor micro finance program in Marikina.

6.6. Create an Egroup for the participants of International Case Writing Workshop in AIM

7.0. Chairman of the Board, FNC Savings and Loan; Convenor, Council of Elders, I. Mendoza St., and Former Team Manager of Kenworth Basketball Team Based in San Roque


7.1. Hosted a Mass for the Nuestra Senora de los Desamparados in my house and dinner for mass attendees and Special Guests like Mayor MCF, Chairman BF, Rep. Marcy Teodoro and Monsignor Balbago.

7.2. Helped organized the FNC Savings and Loan Association.

7.3. Offered Christmas Donation to OLA Devotees in San Roque visita.

7.4. Supported my son, Esdee, in his duty as OLA Sacristan.

7.5. Provided cash xmas gifts to San Roque Street cleaners, Drum and Lyre Corps of Parang and San Roque.

7.6. Supported the Marikina East Subdivision Midget Basketball Team in a league in San Roque.

7.7. Held a palaro for the children of I.Mendoza last San Roque fiesta.

7.8. Provided cash xmas gifts to Marriage Encounter Catholic Community, Our Lady of the Abandoned, Sta. Elena, Marikina City c/o Bro. Noel/Sis. Tony Aranas.

7.9. Hosted a new year party 2007 and presided the board of directors meeting of FNC Savings and Loan at the Dulay Ancestral House to declare dividend and increase capitalization.

8.0. Organizer, First MSAT Batch 78 Reunion


8.1. Accepted the challenged of the batch to be the Sections Mobilizer for the coming Reunion.

8.2. Hosted the Batch Xmas Party at the Dulay Ancestral House in San Roque.

8.3. Assist in the resource requirements of the batch every monthly meeting.

8.4. Proposed that the Batch help the Philipine National Red Cross in Marikina.

8.5. Arranged mass for the late Trelly Pascua; proposed "MSAT Batch 78 Second Generation".

9.0. Kumpare-Kumare ni Toti Dulay

9.1. Arlene Corral Dulay ll (Lenlen) Baptismal: OLA, April 30,1989

Kgd. Gerry Dulay, Councilor Anthony Mendoza, Terry Bodollo, Engr. Jay Francisco, Rep. Del De Guzman, Peter Perfecto, Dr. Jimmy Trinidad, Johnny Tortillas, Ruben San Diego, Atty. Cesar Turiano, Councilor Jojo Banzon, Jojo Pinga, Dra. Antoniette Corral, Lading de las Armas, Rachel Saldariega, Jovita Briones, Victoria Herrera, Ludy Victorino, Cristina Bantique, Emmeline Manrique, Flordeliza Reyes, Vivian Robrigado, Charit Estanislao Derpo.

9.2. Sofronio Corral Dulay ll (Esdee) Baptismal: OLA, April 6, 1995

Ambrocio Dulay,Engr.Bong Corral, Faustino Adamos, Kap Hepe Felipe, Lody Cadenas, Kap. Ben "Gana" Cruz, Nelson Diokno Santos, Tino Valentino, Councilor Fabian Cadiz, Pabling Aquino, Mylene Zerna, Feliciana Prado, Daisy Parangue, Daisy Martinez, Flora Herrera, Jocelyn Roque, Jennifer Alamares. Igan Dee (ninong sa kumpil)

9.3. Katreena Marie Corral Dulay (Katya) Baptismal: OLA, March 3, 2001

Wilson Dulay, Engr. Delfin Corral, Ric Orbin, Crisaldo, Andres, Sandy Borres, Jaime, Councilor Alfredo Mariano, Melvin Mitra, Baron Cervantes, Danny, Ligaya, Rossana, Ana Marie, Ma. Lourdes, Eloida, Mae, Aimee, Ma. Cecilia, Cora, Dina, Veronica, Joy

9.4. James Symon D. Francisco Baptismal:NSSHJ, Makati, July 4, 1998

Bill O' Donnel, Pocholo Domondon, Michael Laganzon, Jose Francisco, Jose Domondon lll, Aris Nueva-Espana, Rep. Del De Guzman, Prof. Toti Dulay, Ma. Rosario Ho, Marika Joan Domondon, Evet White, Cherry Francisco, Cherill Francisco, Rebecca Paguntalan, Aileen Banzon, Germalyn Alotencio

9.5. Catalan -Doyola Nuptial Concepcion Parish Church, July 25, 1992

Rogelio Albon, Prof. Toti Dulay, Councilor Fabian Cadiz, Teddy Manjalat, Lucita Albon, Fe Bago, Olive Zalameda, Delfa Gulay

9.6. Tsutsumi - Evangelista Nuptial IFI La Purisima Concepcion, May 6, 1989

Cho Reyes, Prof. Toti Dulay, Antonio Tan Lim, Manolo Mariano, Alejandro Galicia, Elvira Castro, Purisima Guevarra, Julie Buenaventura, Aliw Mateo, Glo Zabala

9.7. Raptos - Salinas Nuptial OLA,Oct. 2, 1998

Tito Faldas, Rodrigo Balana, Prof. Toti Dulay, Danny Espinosa, Vicente de Jose, Vic Bago, Boy Cacho,Edna Raz, Jessie Salinas, Ofelia Banarez Diaz, Miralona Sanchez, Beth Nillo, Editha Crisostomo, Lydia Garcia

9.8. Guardiano -Salazar Nuptial, INC Central, July 2007


This list is for only those that we managed to keep a copy of invitation. There are many occasions that Toti Dulay acted as ninongs to baptismals, weddings and kumpils but those important events are not listed here because we failed to secure the list of the ninongs and the other details.We apologize. Better still, please furnished us the old copies of invitations so we could add them here.


According to the Google cache of Marikina News, the website, was visited by 2, 271,082 visitors as of November 18, 2007, with an average of 100,000 visitors per month.The monthly average visitors make Marikina News an influential advocacy medium.Marikina News covers a varied array of topics – both parochial Marikina, local Philippines and global international.

It is dominating the following categories in Google Search: Marikina News Marikina Way Marikina Ideology Kabayani Tala Fernando Marides Fernando MSAT Batch 78 Lakan Dula Globalist Manifesto Kenworth Marikina Dulay Clan MDM Batch 14 Sofronio Dulay Formation of a Global Government Formation of a World Government Dulay AIM IMDM Marikina Valley Assembly Class Dagitab 82 Saint Raul Roco NCPAG Batch of 18 Globalist Manifesto Advocate Marikina Marist PTA Marikina Apartheid Marikinanews Theory of Divine Revision Bayani Fernando For President Marikina Tom Dula Diosdado Macapagal Ceferino Dulay




You can write what you want.

Monday, December 10, 2007

MSAT Batch 78 Joins Bayani Fernando For President Bandwagon

A group picture of the MSAT Batch 78 Steering Committee taken at the Ancestral House of the Dulay Clan of Marikina Valley near the Shoe Museum in the enclave poblacion of the city.

The 2010 presidential elections is still far,yet this early, people from all walks of life are already thinking of the next president. Anyone form among Noli de Castro and Bayani Fernando of Lakas-CMD; Mar Roxas and Francis Pangilinan of LP; Manny Villar and Dick Gordon of NP; Ping Lacson, Jinggoy Estrada and Jojo Binay of GO will end up as the president and vice-president of the Philippines in 2010.

One of the candidates whose snowballing popularity with silent majority is so eminent is Bayani Fernando. People like him for being straight, genuinely pro poor, and with political will. He is an enigma to lots of Filipinos all over the country. He solved the mess that was Marikina, he saved Metro Manila from decadence... he can save the country.

Bayani Fernando is so pupular that the Marikina News Bayani Fernando for President website is now visited by 2,325,354 viewers as of December 10, 2007, as per Google cache count with around 6000 visitors daily. If you type Bayani Fernando for President in Google Search, there are 12,900 entries.

One of the groups who are into the Bayani Fernando For President bandwagon is the MSAT Batch 78. When this group held their tenth year reunion in 1988, their guest speaker was a struggling local politician of Marikina by the name of Engr. Bayani Fernando.

Now, with most of each members fully stablished in their own fields, MSAT Batch 78, is again in the forefront in the banwagon for Bayani Fernando - this time as president of the Philippines.

Here are some selected excerpts from the Family.Com website of MSAT Batch 78:

Mga kasama, dumating si Vice Mayor Marion Andres nung xmas party natin sa bahay...nagpledge ng isang litson, medyo ayos ang pagkakadiskarte ng presiding officer na si Fortune. Si Neya kasi, masakit ang throat, hindi makapag preside, may sinasabi si doctora Joy Samson kung bakit sumakit, kaya lang unprintable....bakit kaya?Maganda palang gimmick to ha... maimbita nga si Eddie Gil sa susunod na meeting.Sus ginuo, apat na litson baboy at isang litson baka ang mga pledges, hindi kaya mahinog tayo tayo nito ng wala sa oras... kaya sinuggest na yung pledge ni Nelia Calimotan na litson baboy eh iconvert na lang sa alak... ok naman kay Nelia.Mas ok kay Norrel at Jerry Pareja.
1. dinala na ni pinsan Maribel yung leaflets about our reunion. pinamigay na sa lahat.
2. dumating si si Ed Corpus at tinanggap ang pisition na Souveneer Program Editor - In - Chief, Joey, wala na tayong problem.
3. Ginampanan ni Fortune ang papel na chief sponsor na sumagot ng dinner, cash raffle prizes, fundador, beer, softdrinks. Sya rin ang gumanap na chief presiding officer at chief entertainer..lumaban ng videokee kay Nelia...score nya 85 si Nelia 88 (pareng Forts, pang rumble lang yata linya natin). May speaking engagement lang sa Rotary kaya umalis ng mga 4pm...president sya dun eh.
4. Si newly elected kagawad Noel Montoya, lahat daw sasagutin nya... lahat ng tanong natin, susubukan nyang sagutin.
5.Si Maribel pala, dinala na rin yung Shoeland, naka imbak na dito sa homebase natin.
6. Gagawin na rin yung streamer, ni Maribel...financed by Fortune.
7. Dinala ni Redoni yung suggested meno sa reunion. sabi ng grupo, alisin na yung baboy at baka dahil sobra sobra na yung pledge...medyo bababa na presyo therefore ng menu..
8. Pagka alis ng lahat, naiwan kami nina Norrel, Ed, Gerry Barcelona, Gerry Pareja at Redoni... nagbrainstorming kami over two bottles of fundador at half case of beer. lahat napag usapan... ang lumabas na isang idea is dapat maraming programmed activities sa reunion para hindi boring...may D.I para lahat magsayawan... may videokee para kung sinong gustong magpasiklab sa pagkanta ng My Way at Pitong Gatang eh pwede... maraming parlor games... may may night out para kung sinong mabitin... sa labas na lang ituluy. Sabi namin kay Ed na tumutok sya sa pagpapaganda nga program with his experience in Ateneo.
9. Napag usapan rin namin yung Bayani Fernando for President. Pinakita ko sa batch na dumating ng maaga ang "Marikina News - Bayani Fernando for President" website na meron ng 2.3 Million visitors as now, based on Google count. MSAT Batch 78 controls Marikina News..thru me and Joey and Neya. Si Fortune naman, which is married to a Fernando, will adopt BF in his batch at the National Police Academy. Nadiscuss ko na to kay Mayor Marides Fernando.
By the way...Good boy na si Norrel...

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Bayani Fernando For President

Wikipedia listed the following as presidentiables for the 2010 Philippine presidential elections: Noli de Castro, Bayani Fernando, Mar Roxas, Manny Villar, Dick Gordon, Sonny Belmonte, Loren Legarda,Ping Lacson, Chiz Escudero, Jinggoy Estrada, Jojo Binay and Francis Pangilinan.

Articles are written for every presidentiable. You may click this: Philippine general election, 2010, if you want to see them.

We are reprinting the Article written by Wikipedia for Bayani Fernando:

Bayani Fernando is well-known to have introduced efficient vehicular traffic systems, improved flood control and waste disposal,providing homes for the squatters of Marikina, securing jobs for so many people as MMDA chairman, and raised Metro Manila's profile through a massive rehabilitation and beautification program. He is known as an advocate of good taste, excellence, no nonesense pro - poor projects, political will in public service, and deep patriotism. (He named is only child Tala, his sisters are named Mayumi, Ligaya, etc.) As a young engineer, he went to EDSA 1, bringing with him his crew and construction equipments to help Filipinos who are sorrounding EDSA then, on their needs. As a young boy, he was a Sacristan and was awarded most outstanding Boys Scout. Lakas - CMD considers him as a presidentiable after noticing that there is a strong snowballing clamor for him to run for national public office.Several signs of this snowballing clamor includes the sprouting of Bayani Fernando for president spots in cyberspace [1] which had been visited by 2,302,267 viewers as of November 26, 2007, according to Google Cache Count, with an average of around 6,000 visitors daily; and [2] with hundreds of letters from all over the country urging him to run for Philippine President in 2010. If you type Bayani Fernando For President in Google search, you will see 38,900 entries, a sign that there is really a snowballing clamor for him to run for President of the Philippines in 2010. This snowball is timely and will reach its peak in time for the presidential elections.Up close, he has a "masa" appeal and a folksy manner, complete with authentic "Marikina accent" and a "native - Filipino - looking - face in a native Filipino name", with a streak of heroic flair from time to time, like firing his long - time political strategist who ordered the demolition of a squatter colony without a relocation.

Political résumé:

Current Post: Chairman, Metro Manila Development Authority
Secretary,Department of Public Works and Highways
Mayor, Marikina City 1992-2001


We are supporters of Bayani Fernando and we anticipate that this Wikipedia entry will become very dominant as the election closes in. We request fair play among all other supporters from other candidates. Let us not edit each other out to float our bet. Say factually your point and we will say factually our point. Bayani Fernando is right now an underdog despite the fact that so many Filipinos would want him to run for President. He has not decided yet whethet to run or not. If you want, please join us to convince him. Bayani Fernando - Mar Roxas is a good tandem specially the fact that Bayani Fernando's father, Mayor Gil Fernando is the founder of the Liberal Party of Marikina so Bayani Fernando has a soft spot on the Liberals. Lets be gentlemen enough not to edit each other out because who knows , we might end up in the same ticket in year 2010... Philippine politics being so fluid. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:48, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

Bayani Fernando for President is indeed snowballing. But a team up between BF and Roxas is very unlikely because BF is a loyal Party National Officer of Lakas - NUCD. He is also one of the few original members of Lakas NUCD who thru times flowered into a national leadership. He is a home grown Lakas officer, so to speak, and that is why FVR is very much behind him, for sentimental reason. In fact, he is the best bet of Lakas today, because according to Dir. Melvin Mitra of Malacanang, VP Noli de Castro is more inclined to join KAMPI.Lakas is the party of FVR and KAMPI is the party of GMA. Bayani Fernando has captured the imaginations of the Filipinos and he is not a traditional politician. Besides, he is also rich, with his company having been one of the top contractors of the country for so many years up to now, so, campaign fund is not his problem. He is unique type of public servant who became rich thru his honest to goodness and above board businesses, unlike some presidential aspirants who are very rich but does not have a business of their own. (Where did they get the money?). You will be surprise that Bayani Fernando has a track record, not only image, but a real track record, of pro poor projects, including giving homes to thousands of squatters when he was the mayor of Marikina and providing employment to thousand of jobless Filipinos. He is a real masa, a masa in real life. Unlike Erap who is only masa during photo ops and campaign sorties, but inside his cirlce, he is sorrounded by elites, beautiful girls and wheeler dealers.In fact, Erap was found guilty making money from the pension of ordinary workers in SSS in connivance with the rich (a reverse Robin Hood, you may say). Bayani Fernando, even in his house and in his office is sorrounded by masa or middle class professionals.. even in social gatherings, he is comfortable in a company of the masa and hard working middle class. Remember, he is a construction boy, so he knows how to deal with the "piyons". When Bayani Fernando said,"tignan nyo tong mukha ko, wala pa akong pinapatay... " True, he has never been involved in politics of violence. His politics is politics of pro poor public service, excellence and good taste. Water seeks its own level and Bayani Fernando has arrived.There is hope for the Philippines now. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:52, 27 November 2007 (UTC)