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YLANG-YLANG END OF PROJECT EVALUATION
Project Concept Paper of the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA)
First Monday Flag Raising (September)
TUPAD ORIENTATION
Chairman of the Municipal Bird Flu Task Force Mayor Betty Badar Lacbayan
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Mayor Betty B. Lacbayan assisted Ms. Luz Lopez of DOH Tarlac in distributing the cash incentive to the B.H.W.'s of ANAO
BSP TRAINING COURSE FOR UNIT LEADERS
Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) Task Force Meeting
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 received_1573087029383540Welcome to the Municipality of Anao...the Ylang-Ylang Capital of Tarlac!

Anao is a 5th class municipality in the Province of Tarlac, Philippines.

As the smallest municipality in the province, Anao covers a total land area of 2,387 hectares (5,900 acres). The area occupied by the municipality was formerly a part of Pangasinan. It is 34 kilometres (21 mi) east of the provincial capitol and nestling on the Tarlac-Nueva Ecija border. Located in the north-eastern part of Tarlac, it is bounded on the north by San Manuel, in the east by Nampicuan, on the south by Ramos and on the west by Paniqui and Moncada.

The area where Anao is located was inhabited before 1800 by people from the Ilocos Region. In 1835, a group of immigrants from Paoay, Ilocos Norte reached the region and first settled near a creek on the bank where there were balete trees. These immigrants called their settlement "Balete". The immigrants found that the region where they settled has many agricultural prospects and this attracted more immigrants who came from the north, especially from the town of Paoay. The settlement expanded and became a barrio named Balete which later changed to Barrio Anao deriving authentically from the Ilocano word "Danao" which means creek. By that time, balete trees were extinguished and the barrio was adjacent in all directions by creeks. Paniqui then stood as one municipality and had a road extended toward the east to Barrio Anao. Paniqui had more rights to claim Anao as its barrio and the people of the barrio accepted the claim.

Years went by and Barrio Anao expanded. A petition was made and approved that Barrio Anao be made a Municipality. This was in the year 1870.

Let us know if there's more we can do to make information available to you! Email us at municipalityofanao[at]yahoo.com with your ideas and suggestions.

Contact Information

anao-municipal-hall Address: Municipal Hall Building Poblacion, Anao, Tarlac
Contact No: (045) 606-9011
Email: info[at]anaotarlac.gov.ph /municipalityofanao[at]yahoo.com
Website: http://www.anaotarlac.gov.ph

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AWIT NG ANAO

Payak ka mang naturingan
Hamak man ang kalagayan
Hindi naman masusukat
Taglay mong sigla't sikap.

Mamamayang manahan sa iyong kandungan
Pag-ibig talino't paglilingkod ay alay
Pagpapakasakit ay pinamuhunan
Upang dangal ng lahi itanghal ng lubusan.

Mahal naming Anao, tahimik na bayan
Ang halimuyak mo'y dama sa Ylang-Ylang
Taglay mong liwanag ng kapayapaan
Sinag ng pag-asa sa kinabukasan.

Kalinisa't luntian mo'y aming karangalan
And kabukiran mo'y aming kayamanan
Mabuhay kang tunay pinagpalang bayan
MABUHAY! MABUHAY! MAHAL NAMING ANAO!