Issue of October 1, 2017
Mt. Province

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MP employees support regional patriotism in hymn challenge
by Alfred Macalling

BELOVED CORDILLERA -- Employees of the provincial government of Mountain Province gave their best interpretation of the Cordillera Hymn during the Cordillera Hymn Challenge held at the Capitol quadrangle on Sept. 28 as part of the culminating activities of the 117th Philippine Civil Service anniversary. Here, the Provincial Treasury Office and the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office sing unison their version of the regional hymn. -- Alfred Macalling

BONTOC, Mountain Province – With the aim of promoting unity towards the region’s quest for autonomy and as one of the culminating activities of the 117th Philippine Civil Service anniversary, the provincial government conducted the Cordillera Hymn challenge held at the Capitol quadrangle last Sept. 28.

The challenge was a contest for the provincial government employees to master the lyrics, notes and tempo of the hymn whether in unison or in four voices. 

Entries were clustered according to the number of each office staff and personnel and with at least 15 participants for each entry.

The Provincial Engineer’s Office and Motor Pool bagged the first prize, followed by the Office of the Provincial Assessor and Accountant. The Provincial Security Service Office got the third prize.  Consolation prizes were also given to each participating office.

Acting Governor Bonifacio C. Lacwasan Jr. issued a memorandum mandating the singing of the Cordillera Hymn every first Monday program and at any occasion or affair of the province. However, it has been observed that most of the employees cannot sing the Cordillera Hymn because they did not memorize the lyrics.

According to the organizers led by the Provincial Human Resource Management Officer Leonilla Milagrose F. Malla-ao, the challenge was conceptualized to have the employees master the lyrics, tempo and for it to be sung by heart.

Other activities in support of the CSC anniversary are the Malasakit para sa kapwa program with the theme, “Damit galing sa puso.” Employees are encouraged to donate extra clothing whether used or new to be collected then distributed in the barangays in one of the outreach programs of the provincial government, before the year ends.

The Search for Best Performing Employees for 2017 was also launched the first week of this month. The public, peoples’ organizations and religious sector are encouraged to nominate employee/employees of the provincial government that deserve the award.

Tree planting, trekking, clean up drive and family day are also being undertaken by each office according to their respective schedule.

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