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PAMANA Peanut Butter: The ATOP Pearl Award’s Best Tourism Gift or Souvenir (Food Category) 2023

PAMANA Peanut Butter’s name is quite special. It’s a combination of two words: “PA” and “MANA,” which together mean “PAlaging MANAlangin” or “Always Pray” in English. 
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The Bright Tanglawan Festival of the City of San Jose del Monte

The Mother Festival of the City celebrated every September 1 to 10 that marks the commemoration of St. Joseph The Worker – the city’s patron saint, and the anniversary of its Cityhood, is a radiant embodiment of the city’s rich heritage, unity, and the unwavering hope that guides its journey towards a promising future.  See more

Harmony of Faith and Labor: The Radiant Tapestry of the Obrero Festival

‘Obrero,’ originates from a Spanish word that refers to ‘’laborer’’. Fr. Dr. Dennis Espejo began The Obrero Festival; he believed that the importance of patrons to the Community should reach a deeper and more meaningful place. See more

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PAMANA Peanut Butter: The ATOP Pearl Award’s Best Tourism Gift or Souvenir (Food Category) 2023

PAMANA Peanut Butter’s name is quite special. It’s a combination of two words: “PA” and “MANA,” which together mean “PAlaging MANAlangin” or “Always Pray” in English. 
See more

The Bright Tanglawan Festival of the City of San Jose del Monte

The Mother Festival of the City celebrated every September 1 to 10 that marks the commemoration of St. Joseph The Worker – the city’s patron saint, and the anniversary of its Cityhood, is a radiant embodiment of the city’s rich heritage, unity, and the unwavering hope that guides its journey towards a promising future.  See more

Harmony of Faith and Labor: The Radiant Tapestry of the Obrero Festival

‘Obrero,’ originates from a Spanish word that refers to ‘’laborer’’. Fr. Dr. Dennis Espejo began The Obrero Festival; he believed that the importance of patrons to the Community should reach a deeper and more meaningful place. See more

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