Welcome to our website!

Banga's 1000 is a nonprofit, apolitical, and nondenominational group dedicated to promoting friendship and helping Banganhons in the areas of community development, disaster response and social outreach.

We have created this website for more exposure and networking possibilities in line with our objective of further gathering and sharing information and ideas to help make Banga beautiful again.

Our members are in various areas of occupation spread all over the world — in Australia, Austria, Canada, Hong Kong, Italy, Northern Ireland, Norway, the Philippines, Scotland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States.

The B1000 spirit is strong and determined to revive Banga's fading splendor and glory. In cooperation with our families and many friends from everywhere, B1000 moves on!

Special thanks to Josette Mabasa-Berger for sharing these photos.

The 5th Pag-Aeaw Aeaw

Reenactment of the Banga Crossing Massacre

72nd Anniversary

October 21, 2014

A Photo Essay

Everything is set early enough, and the folks are starting to take their positions.

Nice, new red, white & blue banners!

Schoolchildren await their number.

The parade arrives, led by the staff of Banga LGU and DepEd Banga District.


The programme begins.

Banga Elementary School pupils singing the National Anthem and the Aklan Hymn.

Banga Vice-Mayor Hon. Noel L. Redison


Banga Mayor Hon. Erlinda M. Maming

Guest Speaker Dr. Danilo E. Abayon, President of Aklan State University 

The celebration starts ... pag-aeaw aeaw

Arrival of the Japanese Imperial Army.

Then the horrible massacre!

Concluding presentation by students of the Aguinaldo T. Repiedad, Sr. Integrated School