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Birthday Mo, Mahal Ko Program
The city government of Tangub launched its program “Birthday Mo, Mahal Ko last February 1, 2011 after the celebration of the monthly Mass for all employees of the city government at Function Hall 1. Mayor Tan disclosed that this program recognizes the contribution of the senior citizens to Tangub City by producing children who finished their education and are now working for the development of Tangub.
Birthday celebrants, who are senior citizens registered with the City Social Welfare and Development Office, are given a box of decorated birthday cake that comes with a bottle of 1.5 liter soft drink which is delivered to their residence. A 365-day activity this includes celebrants from the first day of January to the last day of December 2011. Many of the celebrants were happy and expressed their gratitude for this thoughtful gesture because some of them never have had birthday
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The city government already has a program for the youth, the Sports Development program and the Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe and Mayor Tan thought it fitting for the elderly to have a program especially for them. The Grand Bayle, a ballroom dancing as a salute to the senior citizens which is celebrated every November 28 at the opening of the Heritage and Culture Week cannot be attended by all the senior citizens as some of them can no

longer walk or move around.

by: Richly Tagbacaula