Issue of September 9, 2018
Mt. Province

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Mutya ng Pilipinas 2018 bet visits MP; promotes advocacy
by Erwin S. Batnag

MUTYA NG MP -- Mountain Province’s Orielle Kim Mateo Bangloy Basali joins Acting Gov. Bonifacio Lacwasan, Jr., Provincial Administrator Amador  Batay-an, Provincial Human Resource Management Officer Leonila Milagrose Malla-ao and Executive Assistant Wilson Emilio during her visit to promote her advocacies. Basali, who was 2013 Miss Baguio will represent the province in the 2018 Mutya ng Pilipinas. -- Erwin Batnag

BONTOC, Mountain Province – This province’s representative to the regional cluster of one of the prestigious beauty contests, Mutya ng Pilipinas 2018, came home on Sept. 4 to promote her advocacies.

Orielle Kim Mateo Bangloy Basali is among the candidates in the Mutya ng Pilipinas-Northern Luzon that will have its coronation in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.

Employees of the provincial government welcomed Basali.

Acting Gov. Bonifacio Lacwasan, Jr. asked Basali to promote the culture of Mountain Province and its tourist destinations.

“Show the beauty and brilliance of an Igorot lady. Whatever will be the outcome of the pageant, know that we are very proud of you,” Lacwasan said.

Lacwasan handed to Basali a financial assistance from the provincial government.

The 23-year-old Basali traces her roots to Besao, Bauko, and Sagada.

She was crowned Miss Baguio in 2013 and Miss Silka Pangasinan in 2014.

In 2017, she represented the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Association (Creba)-Baguio-Benguet Chapter and was the first runner-up for the 2017 Miss Creba pageant that was held in Davao.

As a member of the indigenous peoples, Basali is advocating for the protection, promotion, and preservation of culture.

She said that Mountain Province has a diverse and wonderful culture that needs to be passed on to the younger generations.

“Millennials should be aware of their culture and traditions and the first way to preserve them is to practice our culture and to teach it to the younger generations,” she said.

She is also an advocate of mental health and encouraged the youth to help break the stigma of people suffering from a mental illness.

To support Basali, click the like button of the Facebook page of Mutya ng Pilipinas Northern Luzon.

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