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Public Servant's Thanksgiving, celebrating with the People of Baguio

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Mayor Benjie Magalong being congratulated by Thanksgiving goers.

Seasoned public servants are celebrating thanksgiving with the people of Baguio here at the Ibaloy Garden in Burnham Park.

Led by Re-elected Mayor Benjamin Magalong and Re-elected Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan.

Vice Mayor Olowan with Manang Lynette Carantes

Re-elected councilors; Hon. Arthur Allad-iw, Hon. Fred Bagbagen, and Hon. Lilia FariƱas.

Hon. Allad-iw with Manang Delia (Onjon ni Ivadoy Association, Inc. volunteer)

My beloved Ibaloys; Re-elected Hon. Isabelo 'Poppo' Cosalan Jr., formally serving again Atty. Jose 'Jomol' Molintas, and newly elected Atty. Peter Fianza.

Ibaloy councilors; Hon. Peter, Hon. Jomol, and Hon. Poppo

Despite running under different parties, these public servants decided to celebrate thanksgiving together with the people of Baguio. Setting aside their differences, this goes to show that they are very willing and ready to work together for a more properous, Indigenous Peoples friendly, and justice-centered Baguio City.

Thanksgiving goers having their lunch at the Avung, Ibaloy Garden.

Thanksgiving goers at the Ibaloy Garden.

Thanksgiving goers lined-up to get their lunch.

Im not an Igorot but I do love their culture and history, makes me proud to be a Filipino.


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