However, let us not lose sight of what Kaamulan really stands for; the opportunity to “gather (and feast) with the seven hill tribes of Bukidnon”. After all, it’s the participation that counts and winning is just a bonus. Kaamulan 2010 has come and gone. So Talakagnons, don't despair. “Live to fight another day” and better luck next time.
I have posted some photos here to document all the preparations and VERY HARD WORK that the people behind the scenes and participants alike have gone through just to make it right on the Big Day.
Costume making with Mrs Flora dela Torre
Jewelry making and baskets
Making the spears and shields
Decorating the totem poles and float
Testing the drums and bamboo musical instruments
Dancing at the Capitol Grounds
Mayor Nestor Macapayag receives a plaque of appreciation