■ Harley F. Palangchao
Days before her 68th birthday on Nov. 12, Presidential sister and Sen. Imee Marcos, treated young and old residents of Baguio City with several fun games before leading the “salu-salo” at the Melvin Jones football field on Nov. 3.
Baguio officials led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan, and Rep. Mark Go were on hand also to assist the senator, who was likewise treated with a birthday cake from senior citizens.
The senator also led the revival of the Nutribun Feeding Program, which was the most successful program during the incumbency of her late father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr., which was even funded by the USAID.
Marcos also distributed gift items to children, who accompanied their parents in welcoming and greeting the former on her birthday.