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St. Theresas College Cebu City High School Department S.Y.

2010-2011

One Dream One Barili

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in the Subject Social Studies III

Submitted to: Ms.RodaDeiparine

Submitted by: 1 Aguirre, Adrienne Frances R. 26 Leuterio, May Antonette P. 28 Loren, Ana Patricia P. 43 Ruiz, JayvicCastrenz M. 46 Tan, Charmaine Jhen K. Third Year D

March 4, 2011

Table of Contents I.Scope - Geographic Information - Reason for Choosing Barili - Methodology of Study II. Built Heritage - Sta. Ana Church - Hospicio de San Jose III. Festivals - Kaumahan IV. Natural Heritage - Mantayupan Falls V. Cuisine - Pinyato VI. Skills and Crafts - Native Products VII. Flora and Fauna --------------------------------------1-2

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SCOPE A. Geographic Information

Barili is located 61 kilometers southwest of Cebu City. It is bounded on the south by the municipality of Dumanjug; on the north by the municipality of Aloguinsan; on the east by the municipalities of Carcar and Sibonga and in the west by Tanon Strait. B. Reason for Choosing Barili We heard a lot of stories regarding Barili. They say that itsa nice place to get in touch with nature. The people are very friendly and very approachable. Unlike here in the city, there you can breathe fresh air and see luscious green mountains. To our advantage, we also have a member who is a local in Barili. C. Methodology of the Study In preparation for our cultural mapping, we had scheduled an appointment with the Mayor of Barili to help us with our project. We also called the museums ahead so that we will not have a problem going in. We also made sure that the forms and letters were already signed by the moderators and that our parents knew every single detail about the project.

BUILT HERITAGE Sta. Ana Church

1. Name of Structure : Sta. Ana Shrine 2. Location Barangay: Sta. Ana Municipality: Barili Province: Cebu 3. Ownership History Original Owner: Padre Juan Alcoseba 4. Construction Data Year Built:1614 Year Structure was modified/restored/reconstructed: 1887 Architect Builder: Juan Alcoseba 5. Description Materials: Hollow Blocks, Cement, Wood, Steel Type of Structure: Church Present use/ function: It serves as the church of Barili Condition: It is still in a very good condition and it still holds masses for the people of Barili. 6. Significance Aesthetic/Artisitc: The Barilinians takes good care of the structure and they do renovations. 3

Social: The church unites the people in terms of worship. Historical: It is one of the oldest structures here in Barili. It is the only church in Barili so the people really take good care of it. 7. Issues: The church is a very old structure and some of the foundations are not as strong as before but the people of Barili never fail to do repairs. They also treat it with utmost respect. 8. Recommendations: The people should pay more attention to their church because it part of who they are. They should provide bigger parking space because from what weve seen the space is not so big.

HOSPICIO DE SAN JOSE

1. Name of Structure: Hospicio de San Jose 2. Location: Barangay: Guibuangan Municipality: Barili Province: Cebu 3. Ownership History Original Owner: Don Pedro Cui and Dona Benigna 4. Construction Data Year Built: 1924 5. Description Type of Structure: Residential building Present use/ function:Home for the aged. Condition: It is still operating until now and it is still serving the elders of Barili. 6. Significance Social: This infrastructure reminds the people of Barili that they should take care of their parents and the elders of the community. Historical: They are helping and serving the elders for 87 years now. 7. Issues: The number of abandoned and aged people in Hospicio is increasing rapidly. That just proves that people are not taking care of their elders. 8. Recommendations: They should make your facilities more comfortable and hold programs that invites people to interact with the elders so that even if they were abandoned they would still feel at home and loved. 5

FESTIVALS

Name of Festival: Kaumahan Festival Description It is celebrated every 5th of July and where all the high school students compete with each other. Significance The Kaumahan Festival invites people to go to Barili and learn more about their culture.

NATURAL HERITAGE

Name of Natural Heritage: Mantayupan Falls Location: Barangay Campangga Type of Formation: Water Falls Significance: The Mantayupan Falls serves as the main tourist spot in Barili. So it helps them with the tourism. The falls is also a recreational spot for the people of Barili because of its cool water. Recommendations They should clean the water regularly because there are some leaves and twigs in the pool. They should also provide more cottages and benches so that the people will have a place to rest.

CUISINE

Name of Delicacy: Pinyato Description Peanut-flavored candy. Nuts that are stuck together with the use of butter. Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup water 2 cups granulated sugar 2 cups shelled and roasted peanuts 1 cup light corn syrup cup peanut butter stick butter 1 tsp salt tsp baking soda Materials needed: Baking sheet Aluminum foil Spatula Containers Cooking Instructions: Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with aluminum foil and spraying the foil with nonstick cooking spray. Combine the sugar and water in a medium saucepan. Stir until the sugar is entirely moistened, then add the corn syrup and salt. Cook the candy over medium-high heat. At this point, add the peanuts and stir to combine. Continue to cook until mixture is vigorously boiling. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the butter, baking soda, and peanut butter. Mix until well-combined, and then pour onto the prepared pan. 8

Spread the candy as thin as possible with a spatula or spoon and cool it to dry

at room temperature. Once it is entirely cool, break it into small pieces to serve. This yields 10 servings. Store the brittle in an airtight container or plastic bag at room temperature. Tips: Stretch the candy as thin as possible to make a thinner brittle thats easier to eat. Dont forget, it takes less than a minute for the mixture to cool, so work fast. Location Barili Significance It is one of the factors that makesBarili known. Other photos

SKILLS AND CRAFTS

Name: Native Products Description Bags, mats, hats and other native products that are hand woven by the people of Barili. Materials used and methods of production The materials used in making these products are Buri and Pandan grass. The people make these products with their own hands. Location: Barili Significance These products remind the people of Barili of their culture and to support their own native products.

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FLORA AND FAUNA

Common Name: Orchids Scientific Name: Orchidaceae Location Draining swamps and wetlands.

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