TALAKAG - the etymology of which came from the Bisayan dialect LAKAG meaning "to go after” or
“follow in pursuit” and the prefix TA denoting “fondness in doing such”.
In other words, Talakag means “fondness in giving pursuit”.

Sunday, 18 October 2015

The Official List of Talakag Candidates for May 2016 Elections

The deadline for filing of Certificates of Candidacy (COC) was last Friday, October 16 at 5pm.  Now here’s the official list of candidates for the May 2016 Elections as released by the COMELEC Office of Talakag:


MAYOR
BIGCAS, Lynard Allan Saliring – IND
ELIGAN, Andres, Jr. Almaden – IND
FACTURA, Vergito Ociones – BPP
TINOY, Rodnie Lupiahan – IND
YAMBA, Patrick Caseres – UNA

VICE MAYOR
NOBLE, Amado, Jr. Zayas – BPP
PERMA, Camilo Hagtos – IND
SULATAN, Renato, Sr. Roa – UNA

COUNCILOR
ALMADEN, Danielo Lato – IND
ALMINE, Brylle John Mainit – IND
AMATIAGA, Aileen Balones – BPP
BACUNGAN, Rommel Runas – IND
BORRETA, Eugenio Bernabe Aquino – UNA
CATA-O, Romeo Pabayos – IND
CEDENO, Ninos Vince Guzman – UNA
GAYONAN, Susan Bustillo – UNA
GOLINSAO, James Lagunday – UNA
LAGARE, Angelito Amora – IND
LAGUYAN, Engracio Salona – IND
LLADAS, Raul Naveses – IND
MACAPAYAG, Ryan Noble – BPP
MANTE, Geralyn Ombod – IND
MONJE, Angelo Obod – BPP
NERI, Samuel Maandig – BPP
PACUNO, Abdon Villanueva – BPP
SABANG, Yolanda Sotelo – UNA
SANSANAN, Rosenio Samontao – UNA
SENO, Wilfredo Deveza – UNA
SINGCAHON, Nicasio Ondayan – BPP
SULATAN, Renato, Jr. Salientes – UNA
TAQUEBAN, Carlos de Castro – BPP
TIANZON, Romeo Blanco - BPP

Bukidnon Paglaum Party (BPP)
United Nationalist Alliance (UNA)
Independent (IND)

Please go to BukidnonOnline for the Provincial List of Candidates for Bukidnon.
 

Friday, 16 October 2015

Kaamulan 2015 Map of Activities

Thank you BukidnonOnline for sharing this valuable information.  It's very helpful.


If like me you're heading to Malaybalay for the Kaamulan 2015 Festival, it is very important to know when and where to go for the particular activities that you're interested in.  I am a regular Kaamulan visitor and I know my way about.  However, I must admit the change of some venues for the major events this year are worth noting!

Check out BukidnonOnline's prep photos HERE.

Monday, 5 October 2015

Dressed for Work The Bukidnon Way



These ladies are on their way to work.  A pretty sight you must agree!

Today for the very first time in Bukidnon history, LGU employees came to work dressed in tribal Bukidnon attire (which is normally reserved only for special occasions like the Kaamulan, tribal weddings and formal affairs).  This is in compliance to Governor Zubiri’s memorandum that they dress accordingly for assembly every 1
st Monday of the month.


Here they are again inside their respective offices.


Today the streets of Talakag burst with bold colours of red, white, black and some yellows, purples and greens.  What a wonderful way of showcasing and promoting the Bukidnon culture!

I couldn't help but admire this anklet worn by one of the ladies.
Note her necklace made with old silver coins.
If you want to know more about Bukidnon Women's Ethnic Attire, follow this LINK.