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The Communal Council visits elders at new year

The Communal Council visits elders at new year

By Staff Writer - January 11, 2019

The Mayor, members of the Communal Council and the teams of the Social Action Service of the Town Council went to the retirement homes of the Principality to meet the residents and wish them a Happy New Year.

The Mayor and the Communal Council at the residence A Qietüdine

On January 8, visits began late morning at the Bellando de Castro Residence of the Hector Otto Foundation. In the afternoon, it was at the residence of Cap Fleuri that the Mayor and members of the Communal Council were welcomed.

On the 10th of January, two other visits were on the program: at the residence A Qietüdine for a lunch and then at the Clinical Gerontology Center Rainier III in the afternoon for a snack with musical entertainment.

During each visit, the Mayor and the elected officials distributed to the boarders a greedy box. They were also able to interact with seniors in an atmosphere always friendly and warm.

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