Issue of September 17, 2017
     
C E L E B R A T I N G
  The parade of 23 floats, categorized into small and big, and decked with flowers, over the weekend hasonce again gave the Baguio Flower Festival, popularly known as Panagbenga, the distinct edge as far as the conduct of famous festivals in the archipelago is concerned.

The floats, featuring various themes inspired by movies, TV series, products, programs, and advocacies of agencies, companies and institutions, drew thousands of spectators from the country and overseas.

The entryof North Luzon Expressway is this year's top winner in the big float category, followed by SiTEL and Taloy Norte as first and second runners-up, respectively, while 7-Eleven won the top prize in the small float catergory. Universal Robinsons Corp.'s Mang Juan and Selecta placed second and third place.

A day earlier, more than 20 groups wowed the Baguio crowd with their performances in the drum and lyre competition and grand street dance, starting from Upper Session Road to the Athletic Bowl for the final showdown.

Featured here are some of the highlights of the festival with the theme, "Bless the Children with Flowers", captured by Midland's Courier's Ofelia Empian and Harley Palangchao.
 
 
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