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Iloilo City Hall opens doors for trick-or-treaters!


Little monsters, goblins, witches and other creatures will walk the corridors of the new City Hall as it holds its first-ever Halloween Trick or Treat on Oct. 31. Children and grandchildren of city government employees will join the trick-or-treat activity. More after the jump.

“We want to foster camaraderie among children of City Hall employees,” Mayor Jed Patrick E. Mabilog said.

“This is for them and for us too, to take part in Halloween activities all for the spirit of fun,” he added.

“We have registered 300 kids, and each will be provided with color-coded name tags representing the floors where the offices or departments of their parents are located,” explained city population officer Edna Querubin, whose office is in-charge of the whole event.

Before entering City Hall, the trick-or-treaters will have a “parade of costumes” from 9:00 to 9:15 a.m. from Plaza Libertad to Ortiz Street leading to the back entrance of the building.

A short program will follow including the awarding of best Halloween Costume to be announced by the mayor.

The children will then go around the seven floors of the building for the trick-or-treat.

Each office or department has spruced up even as early as last week in preparation for the event.

Trick-or-treat will only be done in offices with Halloween signage or décor. (Iloilo City PIO)

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