Mutia ti La Union 2014

Mutia ti La Union 2014

The Provincial Government of La Union presents the Mutia ti La Union 2014, the annual pageant that highlights the 164th Foundation Anniversary of the province with a theme “Love, Peace, Unity and Prosperity: Our Focus, Our Hope and Shared Responsibility (Ayat, Talna, Panagkaykaysa Ken Panagdur-as: Isu ti Sentro, Namnama ken Rebbengen ti Amin).”

Representatives from the 19 municipalities includes Ma. Heidi Ronato of Agoo, Cris Doctolero of Aringay, Jasmine Navalta of Bacnotan, Arlyn Anne Hagad of Bagulin, Ivy Lou Maniquiz of Balaoan, Daphne Athena Pacpaco of Bangar, Shalida Mae Veneracion of Bauang, Lady Clarish Aberin of Burgos, Claudette Acosta of Caba, Christine Rae See of Luna , Katherine Supsup of Naguilian, Joan Salas of Pugo, Rochelle Bermudez of Rosario, Rachelle Espiritu of San Gabriel, Jeanica Bajo of San Juan, Karen Casem of Santol, Trisha Hernandez of Santo Tomas, Glydel Gesille Espero of Sudipen and Jennica Ollero of Tubao and from the lone city of the province, Grazielle Rio Istomen of the City of San Fernando,

Based from Mrs. Joanna C. Guerrero-Provincial Information & Tourism Office

“To fortify the candidates’ “connection” to the Province of La Union and to guarantee that they really are worthy to represent the true Ilocana beauty of La Union, they were carefully evaluated and asked to submit supporting documents required by the event secretariat. To be able to qualify, they must be single, at least 5’2” in height and aged 16-23 years old at the time of the coronation night. A candidate whose parents were born in the province can also qualify.”

The Mutia ti La Union 2014 pre-pageant and Talent Night was held last February 25, 2014 at the Diego Silang Hall, Provincial Capitol, City of San Fernando, La Union and the Electric Float Parade and Native Costume Competition was last February 27, 2014 at Poblacion, Aringay, La Union. For photos of the pageants, check out


The award-winning float of Sto. Tomas 


The Candidates in their Native Costumes:


Hakot Awards for the nights:



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