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Rizal Park as we see it today is the product of years of painstaking work by thousands of unknown citizens who gave of their time and their labors to create something of beauty where there was nothing but yawning wilderness in the very heart of our premier city. Its continued cleanliness and order is a tribute to the people who use it more than to those who tend to it. Here is a park that is used, loved and nurtured by the people who saw it shape up from nothing. (Teodoro F. Valencia)

PHILIPPINE FOLK DANCES IN CONCERT AT THE PARK

 

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THE PCCR-MLC BAND PLAYS OPM IN LABS KITA, SABADO!

 

 

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THESE HOLLOWED GROUNDS

It was 7:03 a.m., December 30.
  "Long live Spain! Death to traitors," shouted the troops but the words choked in their throats. Behind them were other troops ready to shoot them if they disobeyed. One soldier defied the order and did not fire his gun. He was court martialed, and paid for his defiance with his own life.
  There will be other December 30s but this one will be different from all. This one rendered the Luneta (Rizal Park) as our national hallowed grounds. 
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DO YOU KNOW THAT the altar at the Holy Rosary Cathedral in Dipolog City was designed by Dr. Jose Rizal? The Cathedral was erected by the Spanish friars sometime in 1895, before Dipolog City became a municipality. (pinoyhenyo.com)