Thursday, June 14, 2012

No classes and office work on Malay Day

It is expected that there will be no classes in all schools, private or public, in Malay and Boracay and it will be a break for offices in the district too.

It is because tomorrow, Friday, 15th of June, the town will be celebrating Malay Day which is the commemoration of the separation of Malay from Buruanga which happenend way back in 1949 on the same date.

Malay Administrator, Godofredo Sadiasa had confirmed that tomorrow is considered a local holiday in the whole town of Malay as well as in the island of Boracay the reason there will be no classes and no offices.

This followed after the implementation of the town council or Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 6 Series of 1987, that declares, that every 15th of June in the District of Malay is a Special Holiday, as a commemoration of the signing of Republic Act 381 that establishes Malay as a separate town from Buruanga, which previously belonged to the Province of Capiz, and which is now a part of the Aklan Province.

Meanwhile as a part of the commemorative Day of Malay, different activities had been prepared by the local government.

Aside from this, in line with the celebration, there will be a program for the presentation of the '7 wonders of Malay' which will be held tonight.

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