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Cavite towns, cities ignite ‘Pailaw’ for the holidays

December 3, 2022 Dennis Abrina 410 views

GENERAL TRIAS CITY, Cavite – Cities and towns in Cavite simultaneously turned on their colorful Christmas lights and unveiled giant Christmas trees Friday, December 2, 2022.

Cities of Cavite, Imus, Bacoor, and Trece Martires and towns of Bailen, Alfonso, and Ternate opened the Yuletide season as a sign of “awakening and hope” at the same time with their respective programs in their areas.

Bacoor City led by Mayor Strike Revilla, opened the Christmas season in the city with the theme “Batang Bacooreno At Home ngayong Pasko” at the new Bacoor Government Center in Molino Boulevard with children as guests and parents, who witnessed the Christmas lighting at city hall grounds.

In Imus, Mayor Alex Advincula and Congressman AJ Advincula led the Christmas lighting at the Imus City plaza.

In Cavite City, Mayor Denver Chua and Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit opened the Christmas lighting of the historic Welcome Arch in Bgy. Dalahican at the city hall grounds together with Cong. Jolo Revilla.

In Trece Martires City, Mayor Gemma Lubigan and Vice Mayor Bobby Montehermoso, and city councilors led the decorated holiday lights of the city hall.

In Kawit, Mayor Angelo Aguinaldo and Vice Mayor Junbie Samala oversaw the opening of the colorful lighting of St. Mary Magdalene Church in Tanggulan Street in Poblacion.

While Mayors Randy Salamat of Alfonso, Dennis Glean of Bailen, and Lamberto Bambao of Ternate proudly unveiled their Christmas decors at their town plaza, respectively.

General Trias formally opened their Christmas light decoration in the city plaza and the city hall and the annual “Adopt a Child, Grant a Wish” program for children Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022.

Mayor Luis “Jon Jon” Ferrer IV, First Lady Monette Ferrer, and Vice Mayor Jonas Labuguen led the simple opening of the lights and the giant Christmas tree at the city esplanade, signaling the gradual return of vigor and fun after the pandemic and Severe Tropical Storm “Paeng.”