Issue of September 2, 2018
Mt. Province

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Victory Day to be celebrated on Sept 3
by PIO release

The local government and the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) will be celebrating the 73rd Victory Day in the city through simple but meaningful activities.

City Hall officials and employees will be holding the regular Monday flag-raising ceremony at the Veterans Park along Harrison Road where they will be joined by top PVAO officials, the surviving veterans, and the sons and daughter of veterans in celebration of the victory of the Filipino and American forces over the Japanese Imperial Army.

Retired Brig. Gen. Restituto M. Aguilar, chief shrine curator and chief of the Veterans and Memorial Historical Division of PVAO, and Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan will be delivering the Victory Day message after the awarding of resolutions of commendation, awarding of outstanding employees of the semester, and the opening of the activities lined up for the month-long celebration of the 118th anniversary of the Philippine Civil service.

Before the regular flag-raising rites, city officials and veterans will be participating in a wreath laying ceremony at the Veterans Park.

Domogan said that it is high time that a law is passed declaring every Sept. 3 as National Victory Day for the Filipinos to celebrate the victory that was achieved during the war that freed the country from the Japanese occupation.

If it rains, the lined up events at the Veterans Park will be transferred to the PFVR gymnasium.

Domogan said it is fitting to hold the celebration of Victory Day simultaneous with the regular flag-raising rites at the Veterans Park to recognize and honor the surviving veterans and the sons and daughter of veterans for their gallantry and bravery in fighting for the liberation of the country from the Japanese occupation.

He asked residents and visitors to join the local government and the PVAO in the celebration of Victory Day.


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