Victory Day or the marking of General Tomoyuki Yamashita's instrument of surrender at Camp John Hay with a commemoration program at 8 a.m. at the Veterans Park along Harrison Road. It will begin with hail raising ceremonies took after by wreath-laying out of appreciation for the warriors who kicked the bucket in World War II and also an acknowledgment for surviving veterans. Chairman Mauricio Domogan has being pushing for the recognition of Victory Day for a considerable length of time saying that it is nevertheless legitimate for the city if not the whole nation to offer significance to the date.
"In the event that April 9 Araw ng Kagitingan, the day of thrashing, is being praised yearly, the more we ought to likewise be commending our Day of Victory, September 3, 1945 which is the date of the formal surrender of Gen. Yamashita here in our city," he said. Domogan called attention to that the war in fact began in Baguio with the mass besieging of Camp John Hay on December 8, 1941. The occasion in accordance with the city board determination endorsed a year ago organizing the recognition of Victory Day in the city as prescribed by Councilor Elmer Datuin, advisory group on tourism, uncommon occasions, parks and play areas administrator.