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Donations Needed for Halloween Costume Contest

The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) of Sagunto sponsors the annual Halloween Celebration in Sagunto and they have appealed to the generosity of Saguntonians to help them continue this fun and worthwhile event. This event is popular among the young people and they all strive to participate especially in the costume contest. Help them out if you can. Every little bit helps!



Republic of the Philippines

Province of Pangasinan

Municipality of Sison

Barangay Sagunto




Dear Sir/ Madam,

Christian Greetings!

We, the Sangguniang Kabataan of Brgy. Sagunto will be having a HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST at Barangay Sagunto Sison Pangasinan on Novenber 1, 2011.

In view of this, we wish to ask for your generous heart to support for our prizes and other needs for the said program.


Your support is greatly appreciated,

Thank You very much for your unending support.

Godbless and More Power!


Respectly Yours,

Micah Fe Wagayen                                                                 Joel Q. Julio Sr

SK Chairman                                                                           Barangay Captain


SK Kagawad’s

Karl New Villamor      Jeffrey Sailago                     Jan Lois Binay-an       Juna Baturi


Argely Baturi             King Jerald Baladad               Bryan McRey Balajadia



Sagunto Halloween 2010

Sagunto has become famous for its ghoulish Halloween celebrations and this year was no exception. The young people of Sagunto, headed by the Sanguniang Kabataan (SK) always put on a terrific show. This year, the celebration was also to honor of the outgoing SK council and to welcome the incoming SK leaders.

Photos courtesy of Gemillaine Baiguen Gaudiano via Facebook.

Donations Needed for Halloween in Sagunto

It is a long standing tradition for Sagunto to host the annual Halloween celebration. This is a project by the young people for the young people of Sagunto. This year, understandably, the funds for this event is lacking. Our young leaders, SK Chairwoman Ellaine and SK Kagawad Gemillaine sent an appeal for donations so they can still hold a reduced version of previous celebrations. This year, they have decided to forego the basketball tournament and will simply hold a costume contest.

They acknowledge that this event is not a priority but it would be a great morale booster especially for the young people whose families were affected by the storms. Proceeding with the Halloween/All-Saints-Day celebration will be a step in going forward with the recovery process; a sign that life will go on as before even as residents rebuild what the storm destroyed. Continue reading