Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Alimodian Barangay - Lico
Feast Day: Last Saturday of March
Patron Saint: St. Joseph
The name of the place came from a term that was called for the path or road upwards with lots of turns (paliko-liko). The barrio was established in 1954 under the leadership of Ireneo Macaya. During that time, there is a bounty of food and harvest in the mountain, but the real problem of the residents is the lack of salt. Their place is about two days to reach by walking to and from the town proper (poblacion) of Alimodian.