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BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Benjamin Magalong, May 25, issued Executive Order No. 61, series of 2021, creating the management and executive committees for the celebration of this year’s Ibaloy Day on June 6 to 12.

Ibaloy Day, the EO states, is an institutionalized annual activity, hosted by the Onjon Ni Ivadoy Association, Inc. with the participation of the city government to celebrate and honor the culture, heritage and traditions of the Ibaloy Indigenous Community, due to their deep roots and origins in the Summer Capital.

“Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the community has decided to push through with the Ibaloy Day celebrations for 2021 taking into consideration the need to introduce adjustments and modifications to how we usually conduct celebrations in order to ensure the safety, health and welfare of our participants,” the measure states.

Heading the event’s executive committee is the Mayor as chairperson with Onjon President Maximo Bugnay, Jr. as co-chairperson and city tourism officer Aloysius Mapalo as member.

Other committees formed are on physical arrangements; lights and sounds; stage direction; food preparation; program and invitations; finance; cultural presentation; registration; serving; transportation; triage; and marshalls committee.

Each committee has its own designated chairperson, co-chairperson and member or members composed of city officials, Onjon officers, police personnel, Baguio General Hospital and Red Cross volunteers.

The EO limits the terms, functions and duties of the committees to matters relative to the preparation, celebration, and post-assessment of Ibaloy Day Celebration 2021.-Gaby B. Keith