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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Municipal Government of Gasan officially commended this blogger for Araw ng Marinduque festivities

Ani ng Sining in Marinduque: "Viva Marinduque!" 
"... their participation in this theatrical production have elevated them to a new dimension of skills, confidence and discipline..."

(Continuation) It wasn't just the honorable members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Marinduque that stepped forward to convey its positive response to the conduct of the first Araw ng Marinduque festivities. The Sangguniang Bayan of Gasan also conveyed its full appreciation through an official resolution.

Among others, the resolution stated that "Viva Marinduque is truly reflective of the richness of Marinduque's beliefs, customs and traditions, and can also be an effective vehicle in the preservation of these cultures."

It also stated that with respect to the participation of youths from Gasan to the theatrical presentations, "their participation in this theatrical production have elevated them to a new dimension of skills, confidence and discipline..."

Full text of said resolution resolved on motion of Councilor Jose Maria A. Sore and seconded by Councilor Patrick T. del Mundo of the Sangguniang Bayan of Gasan, Marinduque:

Republic of the Philippines
MUNICIPALITY OF GASAN
MARINDUQUE

EXCERPTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE SANGGUNIANG BAYAN OF GASAN, MARINDUQUE HELD AT THE MUNICIPAL SESSION HALL ON FEBRUARY 26, 2008.
PRESENT:

Hon. Servillano M. Balitaan Vice Mayor and Presiding Officer
Hon. Celia Margarita L. Asuncion Councilor
Hon. Consuelo S. Salcedo Councilor
Hon. Jose S. Luna Councilor
Hon. Jose Maria A. Sore Councilor
Hon. Edelinda R. Sadiua Councilor
Hon. Patrick T. del Mundo Councilor
Hon. James Marty L. Lim Councilor/President
Liga ng mga Barangay
Hon. John Christopher M. Mascarinas Councilor/Vice President
SK Mun. Federation
ABSENT:
Hon. Nancy Arca-Iturralde (O.B.) Councilor
Hon. Elisa J. Lao (On Leave) Councilor

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-48

A RESOLUTION OF COMMENDATION IN FAVOR OF MR. ELISEO J. OBLIGACION FOR HIS UNTIRING EFFORTS IN BRINGING TO GASAN A WHOLESOME THEATRICAL PRODUCTION KNOWN AS “VIVA MARINDUQUE” AND FOR MOULDING AND DEVELOPING GASAN YOUNGSTERS ALONG THIS ART


WHEREAS, behind the conceptualization of “VIVA MARINDUQUE”, is a man whose love of arts can not be discounted;

WHEREAS, those who were able to watch the presentation of this theatrical production can not help but admire the depth of its message, the beauty of its choreography, and the craftiness of its adaptation of light and sound effects and musical scoring;

WHEREAS, Viva Marinduque is truly reflective of the richness of Marinduque’s beliefs, customs and traditions, and can also be an effective vehicle in the preservation of these cultures;

WHEREAS, most of the talents used in this theatrical production are Gasenos, because fact of the matter is that they are youths from Bangbang National High School and Marinduque Midwest College, something which Gasan must be proud of;

WHEREAS, surely, their participation in this theatrical production have elevated them to a new dimension of skills, confidence and discipline – and all these we owe to Mr. Obligacion who patiently trained and coached them along this discipline, and without him there is no such an entertaining production known as “VIVA MARINDUQUE”, which is worthy of watching again and again and again;

WHEREFORE, for and in consideration of the above premises, on motion of Councilor Jose Maria A. Sore, seconded by Councilor Patrick T. del Mundo, be it

RESOLVED, as it is hereby resolved to recognize the services rendered by Mr. Eliseo J. Obligacion in showcasing the cultures of Marinduque, particularly the cultures of Gasan and his effort to preserve them.

RESOLVED FURTHER, to issue this commendation to Mr. Obligacion in recognition of the above-cited efforts and concern to Gasan youths.

RESOLVED FINALLY, that copies of this resolution be furnished Mr. Eliseo J. Obligacion and the Honorable Governor Jose Antonio ‘Bong Carrion’ for their information.

APPROVED: February 26, 2008.

CERTIFIED CORRECT:
(Signed)
DANILO M. DE BELEN
Secretary to the Sangguniang Bayan

ATTESTED AND CERTIFIED TO BE DULY ADOPTED:
(Signed)
SERVILLANO M. BALITAAN
Vice Mayor & Presiding Officer


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The very first-ever Araw ng Marinduque celebration

The very first-ever Araw ng Marinduque celebration

It was on February 2008, when the very first Araw ng Marinduque celebration was held. For love of Marinduque.


The idea of celebrating Marinduque’s founding anniversary in fitting ceremonies province-wide with activities showcasing its traditional arts & culture, history, products and uniqueness as a province, in the same vein that all municipalities, provinces and cities in the Philippines mark their own anniversaries, was proposed by this blogger in late November 2007, in his capacity as consultant for tourism and cultural affairs of to the provincial government. 

The said proposal was warmly supported by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan’s Committee on Tourism chaired by the late board member Yolando Querubin.

Knowing that the funds of the provincial government for such activities were limited at that time, I had the opportunity to discuss the possibility of obtaining a grant from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts with the late NCCA Commissioner Elmer B. Ingles while attending a seminar in Vigan earlier in the same month of November. Ingles was enthusiastic about the idea of supporting a joint PHILIPPINE ARTS FESTIVAL (PAF) and “ARAW NG MARINDUQUE” celebration, both occurring in the month of February (now National Arts Month).
On my way back to Marinduque from Vigan I already got a phone call from a NCCA culture and arts officer, apparently directed by the commissioner asking me to immediately fax my proposal that should strictly follow the official guidelines for the Philippine Arts Festival grants. But it had to be done right away as the deadline for submission was already on the following day. 

This was complied with, and soon after came the response for the inclusion of Marinduque in the national arts festival project. A Memorandum of Agreement between the Provincial Government of Marinduque and the NCCA was eventually signed, witnessed by the Provincial Accountant with the Provincial Treasurer issuing a certificate on which official bank account the NCCA funds should be transferred to.

PAF-ARAW NG MARINDUQUE COMMITTEE

A committee tasked to map out plans for the celebration was immediately created. This was composed of representatives of the Provincial Planning and Development Office, the Provincial Tourism Office, the Office of the Governor, Sangguniang Panlalawigan, the Department of Trade and Industry, the Department of Education, the Provincial Engineering Office and the six municipalities of Boac, Buenavista, Gasan, Mogpog, Torrijos and Sta. Cruz.

“VIVA MARINDUQUE” was adopted as the project title of “ANI NG SINING IN MARINDUQUE: PHILIPPINE ARTS FESTIVAL 2008”, and in line with NCCA objectives - to celebrate the Filipinos artistic creations; to promote the Filipino creativity, specifically of local and indigenous talents, through various forms of artistic expressions; to provide a venue for broader participation in creative activities; to drumbeat “Araw ng Marinduque” as a new avenue for cultural-tourism promotion and development in the province.

It also aimed to raise the level of cultural awareness among local artists and the community, in general, and is expected to pave the way for the honing of local talents, as well as strengthening their network among other artists, cultural workers and arts enthusiasts within and beyond the island-province. 

It was also seen as a rare opportunity to raise the level of local and national awareness on Marinduque’s rich cultural heritage.

The “Viva” project was held as an interactive and collaborative project with the NCCA, all the local municipalities, participating schools, cultural organizations, performers and participating groups. This showcase was then presented in all the six municipalities, simultaneous with the arts festivals in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

VENUES

Available public spaces were utilized, namely, covered courts, gyms or open spaces, specifically Boac Covered Court, Mogpog Covered Court, Sta. Cruz Gym, Open Court in Torrijos, Open Public Park in Buenavista and Municipal Tennis Court in Gasan.


The February rains posed a problem as there were days when it rained the whole day on scheduled dates. In Sta. Cruz the original venue had to be changed from the Sta. Cruz Open Court to the Gym two hours before the show. In Torrijos, Buenavista and Gasan, the venues of which had open spaces the rains stopped as if on cue. In all the venues and scheduled dates the programs started at exactly 7:31pm).


The cast dressed up all the venues with backdrops, curtains, mobile platforms designed for the purpose, and additional plants and designs where needed. The municipal governments provided monobloc chairs for the use of town officials, visitors and guess. The general public used bleachers or watched standing on top of parked jeepneys or trucks. A technical crew that travelled with the group was responsible for installation of lights and sound requirements.

Cast dressing up a venue in Mogpog

THE CULTURAL SHOWCASE

Cultural and historical researches were major components of this project that went beyond the traditional arts expressions for which Marinduque is known for, such as moryonan and putong that remained important “Viva” features. Presented were: 

“Moryonan” – dance drama on Marinduque’s famous Lenten tradition;

“Bulong” – dance-drama on teleportation/entry into another dimension, a belief still popular in far-flung areas; 

“Labanan sa Pulang Lupa” – dance-drama with original song on the “Battle of Pulang Lupa” with choral rendition by the Marinduque Provincial Capitol Choir; Mini-feature on one of the U.N. Millenium Development Goals, poverty alleviation (an NCCA requirement); 

Cast of Viva Marinduque
“Kalutang” played by the Pangkat Kalutang group of Gasan;“Harana”, local songs of courtship; and “Putong”, Marinduque’s welcome or thanksgiving ritual.

Students from Bangbang National High School and Marinduque Midwest School and out-of-school youth underwent workshops/rehearsals conducted by this blogger as artistic director and project coordinator with the assistance of choreographers Joseph Ogalinola and Ian Sotto (both from Buenavista), Oliver Macunat and Roselo Salvacion (both from Gasan). 


Well known director Frank Rivera was also invited to conduct a workshop for the dance-drama cast and the participating cultural groups. Altogether, the “Viva Marinduque” artistic and production staff were composed of 100 persons. During the performance in Buenavista, Mayor Ofelia Madrigal requested that some dancers who took part in their municipal showcase be also included in the Viva repertoire to perform some of the local dances, increasing the number of participants to 120.

Mogpog's "Battle of Bintakay"
Part of the arts festival concept was the inclusion of municipal showcases. The municipality of Mogpog came up with “Battle of Bintakay”, performed by DepEd teachers, about the revolutionary struggle in Mogpog during the Filipino-Spanish war. The story was presented from the point of view of Olympia Manuba, the local Gabriela Silang. The play also incorporated local dances, songs and cultural practices, and underscored the capacity of women to be so empowered as to join the fight for Inang Bayan.

In Boac, DepEd teachers presented a local folk dance; In Sta. Cruz the municipal choir rendered various local songs with an elderly veteran of “Harana” songs dishing out a few songs. In Buenavista, selected students from Buenavista National High School performed three local dances, including “Banderitas de Libas”, said to be a native dance that was eventually included in the Viva presentations. “Harana” songs complete with a movable ‘bahay kubo’ was likewise performed as part of the municipal contribution.

Torrijos' "Inalimango"
In Torrijos, DepEd teachers danced “Inalimango” as well as other lesser known folk dances. As most of the Viva performers were from Gasan including the Kalutang musicians, the municipal government helped in the technical aspects of the production from rehearsals, providing additional mobile platforms when necessary, providing additional meals and snacks to the cast and appointing a municipal staff as coordinator for all Gasan performers throughout the duration of the project (January-February).

Responsibility for lights and sound, production design, costumes and props, transportation, accommodation, meals and snacks, streamers and documentation were variously assumed by the provincial government and participating sponsors.

AUDIENCE

Government officials, employees, teachers, students, parents and people from all walks of life watched the “Viva Marinduque” presentations. Depending on the weather situation and other factors such as efforts exerted by the municipal governments to attract a good crowd the estimates were: 

Mogpog (2,000), Sta. Cruz (held at the Gym with 500 people mostly dressed up for the occasion); Boac (700); Buenavista (2,000); Torrijos (1,000) and Gasan (2,500). The Mogpog Viva presentation was shown on the two local cable channels and covered by the local paper, “The Weekly Marinduque”. Performances were held in Boac (Feb 9), Mogpog (Feb 12), Torrijos (Feb 16), Sta. Cruz (Feb. 17), Buenavista (Feb 23) and Gasan (Feb. 26, 2008).

THE OTHER “ARAW NG MARINDUQUE” FESTIVITIES


“Viva Marinduque” was the most visible of all the Philippine Arts Festival-Araw ng Marinduque celebration because of its province-wide presence. There were other activities undertaken, however, to mark the event. Among them: “Barakalan at Turismo” (Trade, Tourism and Food Fair) a cooperative endeavor among the six municipalities of Marinduque, the Department of Trade and Industry and the provincial government. The exhibition site (Boac Covered Court), served as a big bazaar of quality Marinduque trade and tourism products and served as tourist information center as a whole. (Feb. 16-21, 2008)

“Quiz-Bee & Oratorical Contests” organized by the Department of Education, the Quiz-Bee on Marinduque’s culture and history, as well as the Oratorical Contest were undertaken for high school students in public and private schools. The latter’s theme was “Marinduque: Alab ng Puso ng Pilipinas”. DepEd took care of the responsibility for the guidelines and mechanics of the contests. Held at the Boac Covered Court. (Feb. 18, 2008)

“Harana”. As Marinduque is known to be one of the few remaining localities in the country where the traditional “Harana”, local serenade, is being practiced, or where the old songs remain popular to oldtimers, all municipalities showcased their versions of Harana to generate new interest in this tradition. Held at Sta. Cruz Municipal Court (Feb. 18, 2008).

National historians included Dr. Emmanuel F. Calairo, president of National Historical Association and Dr. Augusto V. De Viana, chief history researcher, National Historical Institute
“National Conference on Marinduque”. The former National Historical Institute identified eminent historians, researchers, anthropologists and archaeologists to present papers on various aspects of Marinduque’s culture from pre-Hispanic times to the present. 

History conference participants
Students, teachers, government officials, historic-cultural societies, researchers and media participated in this conference organized by the provincial government in cooperation with the National Historical Institute, National Museum, Philippine Historical Society, Department of Education, private schools and the six municipalities. Held at the Mogpog Central School. (Feb. 19-20, 2008).

Drum and Lyre Corps from OMPSA, Torrijos at the Boac Covered Court

“Grand Parada” (Street-Dancing Festival Showcase). Showcase of municipal festivals introduced in recent years to promote the province as a year-round tourist destination. Parade with all municipalities bringing their own festivals to the capital started from different designated areas in Boac Poblacion and converged at the Boac Covered Court. 

Participated in by the provincial government, the six municipalities, Phiippine National Police, Department of Education, other participating agencies, NGOs and the business community. 

Streets of Boac & Covered Court (Feb. 21, 2008 morning).

“Putong Festival”. Showcase of different “Putong” rituals from the six municipalities. Suceeding annual festivals were intended to be competitive, with traditional and modern categories. Organized by the Provincial Tourism Office in cooperation with the Municipal Government of Mogpog and the other five municipalities. Mogpog Covered Court (February 21, 2008 afternoon)

Unprecedented kudos to all individuals and orgs involved

Spreading cultural and historical awareness and continuously exploring, searching for that something that could help bring about unity and positive change in a small, poor, politically divided island-province, promoting a sense of oneness, a clearer sense of identity and direction among Marinduquenos, are tasks cultural workers and artists take upon themselves to undertake. 

It is believed that existing political structures could make it rather difficult for cultural undertakings of the same magnitude as the first "Araw ng Marinduque" to prosper. But the message of the Araw ng Marinduque celebration was clear. 

As the first Araw ng Marinduque celebration was concluded, a RESOLUTION was adopted by the SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN NG MARINDUQUE. It was to commend all the individuals behind the success of the two projects for such an achievement "despite the limited time and budget of the provincial government and the six municipalities... and even strengthened a collaborative effort with the national government offices/agencies and other organizations..."

The resolution stated that "despite the limited time and budget", the event "exuded the province's unique culture, customs and traditions which were hailed by most of those who witnessed the various activities and presentations".

The huge success of the Viva Marinduque project could be gleaned from the welcome decision of the NCCA for singular inclusion of Marinduque three (3) years in a row in the Commission's annual Philippine Arts Festival projects, and to prioritize cultural development in this island-province.

Full text of said SP Resolution adopted on motion of board member Eleuterio "Bong" Raza, Jr. follows. In a strong show of support and solidarity with all those involved in the project, said Resolution was "unanimously seconded" by all the members of the provincial council, and therefore may be described as unprecedented: 



Republic of the Philippines
PROVINCE OF MARINDUQUE
Boac

OFFICE OF THE SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN

EXCERPT FROM THE MINUTES
5th SPECIAL SESSION, 11th SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN
SUPREME COURT COMPOUND, BAGUIO CITY
FEBRUARY 24, 2008

Resolution No. 264 series 2008

RESOLUTION

COMMENDING ALL INDIVIDUALS, OFFICES, AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESS OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE “ARAW NG MARINDUQUE” 

WHEREAS, the recent celebration of the “Araw ng Marinduque”, the founding anniversary of the province, had exuded the province’s unique culture, customs and traditions which were hailed by most of those who witnessed the various activities and presentations relative to the same;

WHEREAS, despite the limited time and budget of the provincial government and the six municipalities, it did not constrain them from organizing a committee that made the event a success and even strengthened a collaborative effort with the national government offices/agencies and other organizations that led to such an achievement;

WHEREAS, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan is truly grateful to all individuals and/or organizations who in one way or another, and through their efforts, have contributed to the success of such an endeavour;

WHEREFORE, on motion of Hon. Eleuterio R. Raza, Jr. unanimously seconded, it was:

RESOLVED, as it is hereby resolved, to commend all individuals, offices/agencies and organizations who contributed to the success of the celebration of the “Araw ng Marinduque”.

RESOLVED, finally, that copy of this resolution be furnished the following for their information, to wit:

1. Provincial Governor
2. Provincial Administrator
3. Executive Assistant to the Governor
4. Mayor and SB of the 6 Municipalities
5. Organizing Committee through the Consultant for Tourism Affairs
6. Department of Education
7. Department of Trade and Industry
8. Marinduque State College and all School Participants
9. National Commission for Culture & the Arts
10. National Historical Commission
11. Department of Tourism
12. Sponsors, Donors, Guests, Others.

ADOPTED, this 24th day of February 2008 at Baguio City.

CERTIFIED CORRECT:
(Signed)
NIMFA M. CABRERA,Secretary, SP

ATTESTED:

(Signed)
TOMAS N. PIZARRO
Vice-Governor & Presiding Officer

Friday, February 16, 2018

House tackles TIEZA revenue and allocation; Velasco pushes for more Marinduque tourism manpower services

           
Rep. Velasco with DOT's Alma Rita Jimenez and Tourism Chair Rep. Lucy Torres Gomez

On February 14, 2018, the House Committee on Tourism tackled House Bill No. 5882 which sought to amend Republic Act No. 9593, also known as the “Tourism Act of 2009,” in order to transfer the allocation of forty percent (40%) of the gross travel tax collections of the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to a new government agency, the National Tourism Training and Manpower Program (NTTMP). The measure was authored by Cong. Lucy Torres-Gomez, chairperson of the committee. 

Rep. Lord Allan Velasco, Committee Vice Chairperson, supported the measure and discussed with Department of Tourism (DOT) Undersecretary Alma Rita Jimenez the possibility of involving the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in the implementation of Rep. Torres Gomez’s bill, which is to train practitioners in the tourism industry.    


       
To this end, Velasco recommended that the province of Marinduque should also be given the opportunity to enhance its manpower services as regards the tourism industry. With ample number of tourist spots and destinations in the island province Marinduque, he stressed, has a great potential and should be developed like the other areas in the country. Consequently, it would also benefit from the training and capacity building program that the chairperson envisioned, he added.

View of Marinduque. Photo credit: deaconblue


Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Look! Marinduque Airport to be completed by June 2018


Cong Lord Allan Velasco with CAAP Acting Chief Administrator, Raul Glorioso


Marinduque Airport Completion by June 20, 2018
Report ni Cong. Lord Allan Velasco:
"Dumaan po tayo sa Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) kaninang umaga bago po tayo pumasok sa session sa Kongreso at finollow-up po ng inyong lingkod kay Acting Chief Admin Raul Glorioso ang timetable ng completion ng ating Airport. Base po sa schedule na naipakita sa atin ay mukhang tuloy na tuloy na ang paglipad ng Eroplano ngayong July. It took some time, but with a little patience, magkakaroon na din tayo ng flights. Laking tulong po nito para sa pagpaunlad ng Turismo sa ating isla at mas madali at mas kumbinyenteng makakarating ang mga turista. Also, malaking tulong pag may magkaroon man ng emergency sa atin"👍🏼

Schedule of Procurement Activities in connection with runway completion.

The unfinished portion of the runway of the Marinduque Airport measuring around 147 meters in length and 30 meters in width. Photo credit: Pongkoy Rey Sarmiento Manrique







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