After 2 years of hiatus caused by the pandemic, thousands of enthusiastic residents, local officials, employees, civil society organizations, uniform personnel, city scholars and students clad in glittery costumes and accessories joined Dumaguete City’s 74th Charter Day Anniversary civic-military parade last night.
The lengthy but vibrant and colorful parade ended at the Pantawan People’s Park where the participants from all walks of life were greeted onstage by Mayor Felipe Antonio B. Remollo, Chairperson of the National Commission of Senior Citizens Franklin M. Quijano, Councilors Karissa Tolentino-Maxino, Maria Marife Cordova, Bernice Anne Elmaco, Franklin D. Esmeña Jr., Jose Victor Imbo, SK President Renz Macion, Board Members Woodrow Maquiling Sr. and Apolinario P. Arnaiz Jr.
Declared as the Most Creative contingents are City Environment and Natural Resources Office, North City Elementary School Faculty and Staff, Barangay Banilad and Mlhuillier Financials Incorporated.
Our sincere gratitude to the more than 155 contingents and school bands for their participation to the successful event in celebration of Dumaguete’s 74th Charter Day Anniversary and 402nd Feast of Santa Catalina De Alejandra.
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