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Joshua Pacio Is Proud Of His Igorot Warrior Spirit
Joshua "The Passion" Pacio explains that the Igorots are known for their warrior qualities.
"Igorots are known for bravery, for being strong, and of course, for being fighters," he says.
"They should always be humble and mentally prepared for what challenges will come.
"I'm a proud Igorot. Every time I enter the cage, I'm ready for a challenge."
#Pacio #MMA #TeamLakay #ThePassion #ONE #Igorot #Warrior
Bishop Victor Bendico of the Diocese of Baguio on Saturday assailed the cutting of 53 pine trees and one Norfolk fir by a real estate developer, which also caused an uproar among officials and city residents.
The property developer on June 20 began clearing the trees on the heavily forested hills of Barangay Outlook Drive for a 12-story residential condominium.
Bendico said the diocese "strongly opposes and considers as unacceptable the continuing mass killing of full grown and healthy trees."
He said in a statement that the developer's move "gravely rejects the moral principle of the social doctrine of the Church on safeguarding the environment."
#Baguio #treeCutting #Villar
Dr. Jose Rizal's original sketch, first edition books and his chair are now on display at a local hotel built on a property formerly owned by the family of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos.
Grand Sierra Pines has become the home of a rare set of drawings of a young girl rendered in different poses by Rizal in 1889, which the hotel's company, BTG Holdings Inc., considers its most prized possession, said Amparo de la Cruz, the hotel's general manager.
The city government of Baguio is inviting couples especially those who are living together without the benefit of marriage to join the mass wedding on September 29 at the historic Baguio Convention Center.
Coralie Dulnuan of the Office of the City Social Welfare and Development Office announced during the weekly kapihan forum that the mass wedding is one of the highlights of Family Month and the city's 107th Charter Day anniversary celebrations.
Interested couples who are more than 25 years old and have been living together for more than five years are required to secure the following: community tax certification; birth certificates; certificate of no marriage from the Philippine Statistics Authority, and an affidavit of cohabitation from the Public Attorney's Office or any legal officer.
She encouraged couples to visit their office so that they can assist in securing the necessary documents needed.
Mayor Mauricio Domogan will solemnize the marriage.
Other events lined up for the Family Month celebration are Family Enrichment Program, Family ZUMBonding, "Family Potlucks" (A Family Day in the Barangay), Training on Basic Home Care for Elderlies, Family Health and Lifestyle Development, Marriage Enrichment Seminar, Family forum, Training Workshop for Teachers, Family Health Fair, and Launching of Community Based Emergency Response for Persons with Disabilities
The theme of this year's celebration is "Families, Healthy Lives and Sustainable Future," for a stronger family which is the basic unit of a society.
#Baguio #Wedding #Family #couples
Source: (JDP/JBZ- PIA CAR)
Photo: Jacob Images
In accordance with the on-going Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, I would like to feature one Cordilleran who made it to Rio.
Friends, pls meet Jerrold Pete Mangliwan. This very humble and very strong athlete came all the way from Tabuk, Kalinga but is currently residing and working in Metro Manila where he train vigorously.
At the age of 36 and for doing wheelchair racing for six years now, he was considered as a late bloomer athlete, but HE NEVER GAVE UP, his perseverance and strength led him to where he is now.
I personally saw him in Singapore Stadium on December 2015. He was waving to the audience, to our kababayans and fellow Filipino athletes, when I first saw him. It immediately struck me that his features look like he is from Cordillera and my jaw dropped when I confirmed he is, because frieendss he won Gold medals in Men's 100m and 200m race and Silver medal in 400m race during the 8th Asean Paral Games.
Isunga Kakailyan, kindly give any kind of support or cheers to Jerrold.
Matagotago tako am-in!