An­ge­les

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Ros­alia De Je­sus found a new set­tle­ment North of Pam­panga province which they named Cu­liat, an en­demic vines in the area, ac­cord­ing to Ma­mac.

On Jan­uary 1, 1964 An­ge­les was in­au­gu­rated as a char­tered city un­der Repub­lic Act 3700 as it en­tered a pe­riod of tremen­dous growth mak­ing it the premier city in Cen­tral Lu­zon, the vil­lage chief said. Aside from these, Ma­mac said he or­ga­nized the Salakot Fes­ti­val in 2008 to cel­e­brate the friend­ship of the Filipinos and the Amer­i­cans. “A huge steel salakot sits at the main en­trance of Clark Air Base, a for­mer US mil­i­tary fa­cil­ity, dur­ing the time of the Amer­i­cans. It be­came a sym­bol of Clark and An­ge­les City par­tic­u­larly Barangay Bal­ibago,” Ma­mac said. Stu­dents from var­i­ous pub­lic and pri­vate schools in Barangay Bal­ibago par­tic­i­pated in the street danc­ing and pa­rade yes­ter­day. Ma­mac dis­closed that their Salakot street dancers bagged sev­eral awards in the Sinuk­wan Fes­ti­val.

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