Bago holds industrial agri fair

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  • MITCH M. LIPA

Bago City Mayor Nicholas Yulo and Vice Mayor Ramon Torres led the opening of the Agro-Industrial Cultural Educational Trade Fair and the National Arts Month 2022 Feb. 10, in line with the city’s 56th Charter Anniversary, on the theme “Dynamic Excellence Beyond Challenges”.

The events were held at Bantayan Park, and attended by city and barangay officials, department heads and employees of City Hall.

Bago City Mayor Nicholas Yulo, during the opening of the Industrial Agri Fair and Arts Month at Bantayan Park.

Members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, led by Councilor Andrew Martin Torres, cut the ribbon and the 24 barangay captains of Bago raised their respective banners to signify the simultaneous opening of the two events.

The Bago government will be holding a hybrid celebration, just like last year, amid the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, adding that “hybrid means having the festivities through physical activities, following health protocols, and virtual events.”

The charter celebration has several activities, spread from Feb. 7 to 27.

Malacañan, through Proclamation No. 1293, declared Feb. 19 a special non-working holiday in Bago City. — MML