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In the presence of Mayor Georges Marsan, his Deputies Camille Svara, Jacques Pastor and Henri Doria as well as Communal Councilors Karyn Ardisson Salopek and Claude Bollati, 120 members of Club le Temps de Vivre were gathered Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at Espace Léo Ferré for a festive afternoon around the traditional galette des rois.
After a speech by Claude Bollati, Councilor Communal Delegate to the Club Le Temps de Vivre, who recalled the recent move of the club in its temporary premises at 4, boulevard Charles III before its final installation at the Foyer Sainte-Dévote, afternoon was marked by a musical animation very much appreciated by the members. Some do not hesitate to appropriate the Espace Léo Ferré for a few dance steps.
After tasting the pancakes (frangipanes and brioches), the queens and kings, happy holders of the bean, were called on stage to give them a Monegasque silver piece of 100 francs in its case.
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