This year’s Halloween Parade, University of Baguio’s (UB) November banner event, kicked off with an outreach activity dubbed “Alay sa Baguio.” Held on Oct. 26 along Session Road, the outreach included free medical check-up which covered blood pressure assessment, sugar monitoring, blood typing, including distribution of free medicines. Dental services were also extended, such as check-up and tooth extraction. Moreover, legal, career, and business and tax consultations were offered. Zumba and games also highlighted the activity.
UB’s various departments and offices carried out the outreach: SON, SNS, SOD, SBAA, STE, SOL, SIT, SLAHS, SEA, SCJPS, SIHTM, Graduate School, Senior High School, UB Clinic, CCSD, Athletics Office, IDO, and VPF. The activity was organized under the UB CARES (Community Advancement through Responsive Extension Services) Program.
A chalk drawing competition was held following the outreach.
The parade featured Pinoy superheroes. Over 30 characters were portrayed, making the iconic Session Road come alive.
The Halloween Parade was first held in 2016. Now on its third year, it is anchored on the idea of cultural variation and the premise of balanced education by fusing fun and academics.
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Photos by the UB Media Affairs and Publications Office/Donald Rentiquiano, Rene Pascua, and Daniel Paolo Valdez
Children were treated to a trick-or-treat during the event.
Free medical services were offered along Session Road as part of the event.
Business consultation was also offered.
Legal consultation was likewise offered to the public.
A chalk drawing competition was held prior to the parade.
Photos by the UB School of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences/Kim Nguyen, ElleJohn Bawang, and Gabrelle Daludado