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About 200 beneficiaries of the Social Action Service of the Town Hall gathered at Espace Léo Ferré on Thursday, October 5, for the traditional autumn tasting.
Welcomed by Mayor Georges Marsan and several members of the Communal Council – 1st Deputy Deputy of the Social Action Service-Home Support Section Camille Svara, André J. Campana, Henri Doria, Chloe Boscagli-Leclercq and Claude Bollati – joined in the applause for the Orchestra of the Prince’s Guards, who graciously offered the musical entertainment for the afternoon.
In thanks, the Social Action Service had prepared a surprise, a superb cake bearing the effigy of the Prince’s Carabinieri on the occasion of the celebration of their bicentenary in 2017.
On their arrival, the elected representatives took pleasure in greeting all the guests from table to table, offering a rose to each. These biannual meetings, organised in the spring and autumn by the City Council, offer conviviality for the beneficiaries who appreciate the warm and festive atmosphere.
Strawberry cake, sweets and petits-four, as well as hot and cold drinks and cider, accompanied the musical afternoon.
At the official table, the Mayor and the elected representatives were joined by Véronique Segui-Charlot and Nathalie Vaccarezza, Director and Deputy Director of Action and Social Welfare of the Prince’s Government, as well as Commander Maxime Yvrard of the Sappers Corps-Firemasters of Monaco.
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