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UNWFP DONATIONS

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United Nations World Food Program represented by senior project coordinator Alicia Follosco hands over life and property saving equipment to city officials headed by CDRRMC chairman and Mayor Mauricio Domogan as part of the memorandum of understanding between UNWFP and the city government to build community resilience against disasters and climate change during City Hall flag raising ceremony July 27. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

School based Hataw programs opened

BAGUIO CITY – the Department of Health –Cordillera Administrative Regional Office (DOH-CARO) in partnership with the Department of Education-CAR has officially opened the "Be Healthy, Hataw Na" contest in this mountain resort.

The contest is open to children ages 9 to 11 years of age from the different schools of Baguio City.

The program is school based where participating teams will work on their own intervention to create their own dance number.

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PALARONG PAMBANSA QUEST FOR SECOND PLACE

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Hotel Supreme proprietor and Baguio Water District board of director Peter Ng hands over table tennis rackets, a volleyball, Futzal ball, badminton rackets, sepak takraw balls and arnis sticks to Happy Hollow Elementary School headed by school principal Ellen Grande in support of Baguio's sports program. Ng also donated P5,000 cash for the construction of jumping pit for high and long jumps at Bonifacio Elementary School and promise to contribute for the sports equipment for flung public elementary schools here. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

MOTORBIKE DONATION

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Officers of the Peace and Order Council (POAC) headed by Mayor Domogan and Liga Ng Mga Barangay president and Councilor Michael Lawana turn-over two brand new motorbikes to the Police Sub-Station 2 under POAC 2 and 6 commanders POAC 6 for enhance police visibility and fast action against criminals. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

Foster of caring will be the focus of Baguio Day 2015 events

BAGUIO CITY – The 106th Baguio Day celebration on Sept. 1 will center on the theme, "Nurturing the Culture of Caring and Sharing towards Competitiveness" to stress on the need for sustained teamwork among the various sectors of the society to propel Baguio's growth as a viable and competent city.

Councilor Elmer Datuin and city tourism officer Benedicto Alhambra, members of Baguio Day executive committee said this year's theme is a carry-over from the Baguio centennial celebration's focus of cultivating a culture of caring among the residents.

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CONSISTENT AWARDEE

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Consistent Barangay Nutrition Scholar Monica Sicat of City Camp Proper receives her award from Guest of Honor and Speaker Dr. Ray Pasigon Aswat, Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda, health Officer Rowena Galpo and City Nutritionist Angelita Sabado for topping again the search for the City' Outstanding Barangay Scholar. Placing second is Imelda Dagupon of Imelda Village while Puritra Perez of MRR Queen of Peace landed third during the culminating program of the Nutrition Month. ---- By Bong Cayabyab

 

ISABELA STUDENT LEADERS HERE

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan shares his experiences during his school days to inspire students to unleash their potentials toward excellence in education. leadership and management during a three-day convention of student/SPGO leaders and advisers from Isabela, Province held at Venus Park View Hotel. - By Bong Cayabyab

 

City joins national school deworming day

BAGUIO CITY – this mountain resort joined the Department of Health led National School Deworming Day (NSDD) in support of Oplan Goodbye Bulate here.

The program was launched in Happy Hollow Elementary School with Mayor Mauricio Domogan, DOH-CAR OIC Regional Director Amelita Pangilinan, City Health Officer Rowena Galpo, Happy Hollow Punong Barangay Soriano Palunan and School Principal Ellen Grande  spearheading the event.

The program is a nationwide effort to deworm kindergarten up to Grade 6 school children who are presently enrolled in public elementary schools.

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GUEST OF HONOR

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GUEST OF HONOR and Speaker BGHMC medical consultant Dr. Ray Pasigon Aswat receives a plaque of recognition from city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan and City health Officer Dr. Rowena Galpo during the City Nutrition Month Culminating Program and Awarding ceremony held at the Convention Center. Also present during the event are Aswat's physician wife Arlene and his father and mother Kag. Catalino and Rosalinda Aswat, Councilors Betty Lourdes Tabanda. Fred Bagbagen and Elmer Datuin and City Nutritionist Angelita Sabado. - by Bong Cayabyab

 

SLIPPERS NO MORE

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At least 31 Indigent public elementary school athletes from Happy Hollow and Bonifacio Elementary schools received shoes for their early training in their respective chosen field of sports from Good Samaritans from the United States under the A Pair of Shoes For Indigent Cordillera Athletes founded by Ida Agunos-Franklin. Seven of the budding athletes (front row) from happy Hollow wear slippers in going to their schools. Also shown in photo 9PIX 0368 and 0389) are the public Information Officers (PIO) of the Mayors Office assisting the indigent athletes. - by Bong Cayabyab

 

Mayor creates twg to determine suitability of country club school site

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan orders the creation of a Technical Working Group (TWG) to assess and evaluate the viability of the establishment of a school Site in this mountain resort.

Administrative Order 84 series of 2015 specifically creates the TWG who will assess and evaluate the identified school site situated in Baguio Country Club Village here.

The identified school site is approximately 8,559 square meters and outside the perimeter fence of the Camp John Hay Reservation.

Domogan said," the area is within the Baguio Country Club Barangay which is to be excluded from Camp John Hay Reservation pursuant to Condition number 14 of the 19 conditionalities for the Development of Camp John Hay as per Resolution No. 362 series of 1994 approved by the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA)".

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ADVISORY

STATEMENT IN REPLY TO THE PUBLISHED OPEN LETTER OF BCDA PRESIDENT and CEO ARNEL PACIANO D. CASANOVA

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS
2014

Speech Delivered by Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Cordillera Month Closing Ceremony
July 26 SLU-BC

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Click on the City's Programs and Projects Menus for the 1ST State of the City Address

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