Camalig Church (St. John the Baptist Church) was declared by the National Museum of the Philippines as one of the Significant Structures of the Philippines under the category of Important Cultural Property last December 2016. Important Cultural Property is a recognition given to any cultural property (objects or structures) that bears strong cultural, artistic continue reading : Camalig Church declared as Important Cultural Property by the National Museum
The LGU – Camalig headed by mayor Ding Baldo in cooperation with the Camalig Tennis Club, conducts the first Tennis Clinic for kids as part of its continuing efforts for Physical and Health Development Program.
Last May 3 and 12, 2017 almost 200 young boys age 12-15 from indigent families availed of the local government’s free circumcision program called “Operation Libreng Tuli”. through the effort of energetic Municipal Mayor Maria Ahrdail G. Baldo, Municipal Councilor and Chairperson Committee on Health and Sanitation Hon. Gina Nuarin, Municipal Health Officer Ma. Crispa continue reading : LGU – Camalig Conducts free circumcision
Theme: “IT ONLY COSTS A LITTLE TIME AND EFFORT TO SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE”, the Local Government Unit of Camalig headed by Mayor Ding Baldo conducts the annual Mobile Blood Donation Program held on April 27, 2017 at the Camalig Gymnasium, Camalig, Albay. Almost 100 blood donors showed support to the activity which highlighted the birthday celebration continue reading : LGU – Camalig conducts Mobile Blood Donation
Albay Second District Congressman Joey Sarte Salceda and Mayor Ding Baldo met the visitors enjoying the water activities in Sumlang Lake. The two officials surprisingly welcomed the visitors and posed for pictorials before gracing the launching of Food and Crafts of the Island by NAPA, newly-opened cafe and souvenir shop in Sumlang Lake.