ANGELES CITY — The Mutya Ning Angeles 2022 official candidates had its first orientation today, September 10, 2022 at the Prime City Hotel for the upcoming prestigious pageant on Dec. 8, 2022.
The pageant, which is one of the programs set by Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, Jr. for the celebration of the Fiestang Kuliat 2022, is co-presented by the Beautéderm Corporation.
Twenty candidates from the city’s barangays are among the official candidates of MNA 2022, according to Executive Assistant IV Reina Manuel, also the Chairperson of the MNA 2022 organizing committee.
The Angeleña ladies are as follows Kassandra Mae Manlutac (Sapalibutad); Alaissa Joie Bondoc (Sto. Cristo); Eingel A. Lumbang (Sapangbato); Cayle Valerie Galang (Cutcut); Lyn Sharyl Julian (Mining); Allana Kashi Delima (Sta. Teresita); Janet Phoemela David (Lourdes Sur); Danica Malinao (Amsic); Giannine Danielle Batul (Capaya); Anya Bezaleel Balatbat (Claro M. Recto); Maricar C. Tanhueco (Pandan); Dynara Maurer (Balibago); Desielyn Layug (Lourdes Northwest); Marianne Kim Rada (Pulung Cacutud); Genica Cruz (Cutcut); Myrna Esguerra (Anunas); Anna Marie Suarez (Ninoy Aquino); Joanne Marie Thornley (Balibago); Mary Kyla Villavicencio (San Jose); and Allyson Hetland (Pandan).
Manuel sent her fullest appreciation to the Beautéderm Corporation led by President and Chief Executive Officer Rei Anicoche-Tan for giving all-out support and care to the skin and beauty of the 20 official candidates.
“This is the third time that the Beautéderm assisted us in our endeavor to celebrate the resiliency of Angeleños for this prestigious pageant,” Manuel said.
“Maraming salamat din po sa Prime City Hotel and Giada’s Cafe for accommodating us, serving as one of our sponsors,” Manuel added.
Also with Manuel during the orientation are Chief Adviser IC Calaguas, City Tourism Officer Anneleen Antonio-Sugui; Angeles City Economic Development Investment Promotions Officer Irish Bonus-Llego; and the Production Team.
The MNA 2022’s grand winner will receive ₱1 million worth of prizes, while accessories, wardrobe and sandals to be used in the pageant will all be made locally.