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BARANGAY CASILI

BARANGAY CASILI - Anao Tarlac
 

BARANGAY OFFICIALS

Punong Barangay:  BENEDICTA B. BAUTISTA Barangay Kagawad:
  • NICOLAS L. DELA CRUZ
  • JUANITO D. BAUTISTA
  • AURORA S. MAPOLA
  • SISENANDO M. CACULITAN
  • EDUARDO C. MARQUEZ, JR.
  • DOMINGO J. AQUINO
  • VICTORINO A. OCAMPO

Barangay Secretary:  VIVIAN B. LONGAKIT

Barangay Treasurer:  BENJAMIN S. GALINDO

CVHW:  MARIA LACISTE;  ELMA D. DANTE;  CYNTHIA G. ESPINO

LUCENA N. ROSETE

BNS:  AMANDA JEAN P. GALINDO

DayCareWorker:  JASMIN I. BANAAG

Pres., Senior Citizen:  JULIANA BAUTISTA

Head, Youth Task Force:  IZZA JEAN G. BAGUISI

Utility Worker:  JEANETTE BAUTISTA

Barangay Tanods:
  • RENZON VELASCO (Chief)
  • JEFFREY B. SACLIN
  • ADONIS R. BAUTISTA
  • BANUAR DANTE JR.
  • RONALD R. SANTOS

HISTORY OF BARANGAY CASILI

In the year nineteen hundred, Anao was still a barrio of Paniqui. When Anao become a town, Casili was born as one of the barrios of this town that was situated in the northernmost part of the municipality. In this barrio, people were fond of using pepper (sili) as their ingredients whenever they cook. And so there came a time that the whole populace planted in their backyards volumes of pepper. Until finally, the barrio folks agreed to name the place CASILIAN and later dropped AN for simplicity.

In the western part of Casili is Sitio Quinabontoc where a big creek is situated from which people get their daily livelihood. Another Sitio of Casili is Billana situated in the northern part. In the eastern side is a plain of hundred hectares of land, which is very fertile. Farmers harvest thousands of cavans of palay, vegetables, sugarcane, tobacco, camote, peanuts and others.

Aside from farming, people are also engaged in weaving mats and hats out of buri palm as home industry, they also make stoves out of clay. The barrio folks are also fond of fishing using bunuan, tabukol, padukdok and patikwas.

The first inhabitants in this place came from Ilocos Region. Among the first settlers were the Baguisi’s , Fernandez’, Bautista’s, Caculitan’s and Macaraeg’s. They were headed by the Teniente del Barrio who was elected not by votes but by wealth, education, and physique. The hardworking and religious people lived in a very simple way.

Today, Casili is poised for enormous progress because of the people’s industry and cooperation. Bayanihan is still practiced to this day that makes the place stand out among other barangays in the municipality.