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Saturday, 16 April 2011 09:25

The NCC Supreme Student Council (SSC) officers, Student Affairs (OSA) director, Mr. Hilario Almo, and CTE faculty member, Mr. Jefrey Jovellanos, collectively conceptualized an indigenous and culturally-inspired float which was paraded around Laoag City along with other float entries in the recently Pamulinawen Festival Grand Parade held in the afternoon of February 9, 2011.

The NCC float made it in the small float category. To depict the coconut livelihood and coconut-made products of the city, the NCC float is a Bahay Kubo decorated with coconut husks, coconut shells, coconuts seedlings, and coconut home-made products such as coconut oils and coconut pastries and cookies. The muse and escorts were also dressed in coconut-inspired attire. The muse, Ms. Evalyn Ramos, BSN II student, was dressed in a golden Filipiniana attire while the escorts, Nhigel Ceredon, HRT I student, and Charles Rasay, BSN I student, wore the “Manglalatik” costume.

The NCC float was accompanied by the NCC Drum and Lyre headed by Mrs. Geronima Matias, conductor, the SSC officers, and the OSA director. #CC. Uploaded by Nelson Lacadin and Gregg Bonoan.

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