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Laguna 2017 ANILAGFestival kicks off

Laguna 2017 ANILAGFestival kicks off
March 7, 2017
 
STA. CRUZ, LAGUNA - The 2017 ANILAG (Aning Laguna) Festival, with the theme “Handogng Laguna saLawangPag-asa,”kicked off with a Thanksgiving Mass at the provincial capitol Festival Grounds around 8:00 AM on March 6, 2016 and was officiated by retired Cardinal Gaudencio B. Rosales, assisted by priests from the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Pablo City, Laguna.
 
Prominently displayed during the Mass were the images of Our Lady of Sorrows of Turumba(NuestraSeñora de los Dolores de Turumba) from Pakil, Laguna, and Saint Paul First Hermit(San Pablo UnangErmitanyo) from San Pablo City diocese.
 
The regular Monday flag raising ceremony was held afterwards, where Governor Ramil L. Hernandez explained what ANILAG stands for.  Anilag, he said, means Aning Laguna, which covers not only agricultural products, handicrafts, food, and dry goods, but also include a plenitude of the province’s natural wonders and world class tourist destinations. And most importantly, Anilag refers to Laguna’s human resource - the abundance of unique skills and talents of the Lagunenses, making each and every one a wealth of the province of its own.
 
Right after the flag ceremony, Gov. Hernandez proceeded to formally open the festival in a ribbon-cutting ceremony, together with Vice Governor Atty. Karen Agapay, 2nd District Board Member Ruth Mariano-Hernandez, other board members, mayors, vice mayors, councilors, barangay officials from all over the province, and department heads of the provincial government.
 
Highlights of the opening day include trade fair booth, landscape, and body building competitions;awarding for the search for the cleanest and best hotels, resorts, restaurants, and gasoline stations; search for 2017 Laguna Gay Queen, and fireworks display.
 
The festival will run until March 11, 2017 with a lot more colorful and exciting competitions and activities in store for everyone.
 

Halina!Tarana! Masayasa Laguna!