TABO SA UMAHAN 2010

Thursday, January 7, 2010 at 5:45 PM
TABO SA UMAHAN 2010
(80th Anniversary Celebration of MISOR)
January 11 – 15, 2010
Provincial Capitol Grounds
Cagayan de Oro City


DAY / TIME ACTIVITIES

January 4 – 9 Installation of Booths by LGUs and Exhibitors
January 10 (Sunday) Setting-up of Exhibits / Displays
January 11 (Monday)
7:30am - 8:30am Thanksgiving Mass (Provincial Capitol Kiosk)
9:00am - 11:00am Opening Program
 Prologue (Marching Band of MUST)
 Opening Spiel
 Entrance of Colors (Philippine Flag, MISOR and
LGU Banners)
 Prayer (MISOR Chorale with Dedication for MISOR Bday)
 Singing of the National Anthem and MISOR March
(Hoisting of National Color and LGU Banners)
 Entrance of Host and Guests  Welcome Address – Hon. Norris C. Babiera
Vice - Governor
 Surprise Number – Mr. Emerson Lopoy

 Lighting of Symbolic Candle

 Introduction of the Guest Speaker - Mr. Patrick U. Gabutina
Provincial Administrator  Keynote Address - Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri
 Message - Hon. Oscar S. Moreno
Governor
 Symbolic Slicing of Cake and Toasting of Wine
 Ribbon-Cutting, Release of 80 Balloons, Opening of
Booths and Viewing of Exhibits (to be led by the
Governor, Local Officials and Guests)

11:00am Start of Judging of LGU Booths / Exhibits

1:00pm – 5:00pm Continuation of Display / Exhibits
Pinaka-Taas ug Pinaka-Lami Banana Cake Contest
Cooking Contest (Pinakbet)
6:00pm - 7:00pm Musikahan sa Parke (Provincial Capitol Band)
7:00pm – 10:00pm HIGA-ONON NIGHT
 Production Number Featuring Modern Higa-onon Dances
- MUST Dance Troupe with Villanueva RIC Dance
Troupe
 Search for Mrs. RIC (Beauty and Talent Competition)
 Dance Contest (Nobody Nobody, But You)

January 12 (Tuesday) Continuation of Display / Exhibits (whole day)
2:00pm - 3:00pm Agri-Pasiklaban
3:00pm - 5:00pm Goodwill Basketball Game
6:00pm - 7:00pm Musikahan sa Parke (Provincial Capitol Band)
7:00pm – 10:00pm MUSLIM NIGHT
 Production Number Featuring Modern Muslim Dances
- MUST Dance Troupe with El Salvador 4H Club
 Modern Dance Contest (Hugyaw Sayaw)
 OPM Contest

January 13 (Wednesday) Continuation of Display / Exhibits (whole day)
8:30am – 11:30 am Booth Judging
2:00pm – 3:00pm Poster Making Contest
3:00pm - 5:00pm Goodwill Basketball Game
6:00pm - 7:00pm Musikahan sa Parke (Provincial Capitol Band)
7:00pm – 10:00pm CHRISTIAN (Hispanic Influence) NIGHT
 Production Number Featuring Modern Christian Hispanic
Influence Dances
-MUST Dancers

 Kuracha Dance Contest (Sr. Citizens Level)
 Doble-Kara Duet Contest
School Presentors
- Alubijid National High School
- Initao National High School
- MOSCAT

January 14 (Thursday) Continuation of Display / Exhibits (whole day)

3:00pm - 5:00pm Goodwill Basketball Game
6:00pm - 7:00pm Musikahan sa Parke (Provincial Capitol Band)
7:00pm – 10:00pm MISAMIS ORIENTAL TODAY
 Production Number Featuring Misamis Oriental Today
- Mis. Or. Aggies Dancers
 Modern Dance Contest (Provincial Capitol Employees) - by Department
 Special Presentations (4-H Group)
- Gingoog City - Initao
- Alubijid - Lugait
-El Salvador -YFC Tagoloan


January 15 (Friday) Continuation of Display / Exhibits (whole day)
8:30am – 11:30 am Booth Judging
9:00am Arrival Honors – PMA Cadets (MASIDLAK Class) 2010 with Gov. Oscar S. Moreno (Provincial Capitol Grounds)
1:30 pm Tabulation of Results (LGU Booth Contest)
2:00pm Silent Drill – PMA Cadets (MASIDLAK Class) 2010
(Don Gregorio Pelaez Sports Center)
6:00pm - 7:00pm Musikahan sa Parke (Provincial Capitol Band)
7:00pm – 10:00pm CLOSING PROGRAM / AWARDING CEREMONY
 Intermission Number – OPM Winner and Modern Dance
Winner
 Awarding of Winners (LGU Booth Contest)
 Intermission Number – Winners of Dance Contests

January 16 (Saturday) EGRESS
NOTE:

General Concept : Cultural / Historical relative to the 80th Anniversary
Celebration of Misamis Oriental as a Separate Province

Pocket Activities :

The night activities have different sub-titles that depict the diversity of people, race and culture in Misamis Oriental. Each night will be described through a brief description of its culture, followed by a cultural dance presentation to set the atmosphere.

The first three (3) nights will be hosted primarily by the three (3) RBO Components in Misamis Oriental with different activities, presentations or competitions. The RIC for Higa-onon Night, the 4H Club for Muslim Night and the P4MP for the Christian/Hispanic Night.

The 4th Night which is entitled as MISAMIS ORIENTAL TODAY, depicts the mainstream culture of Misamisnons at present. In its 80th glorious years as Misamis Oriental, this night is expected to be filled with the festive atmosphere of exultation and celebration.