By Euro Weekly News Media • 30 November 2011 • 15:00
Image of the reopening of La Rosaleda pumping station.
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ALBOX Council and the local Scouts association met to discuss local leisure activities for young people. Scouts coordinator Javier Carrillo offered to put at the town’s disposal all the association’s educational, material and human resources for youth activities.
Aimed at helping the young to feel involved in what happened in the town, Education and Culture councillors Sonia Cerdan and Francisco Carillo have now outlined plans for future collaboration with the Scouts.
Both wanted the association to continue playing a leading role in motivating the town’s children and adolescents, they said. They were also interested the Scouts’ offer to ensure that no young Albojense was denied the opportunity of knowing and enjoying the Almanzora area as well as other parts of Spain.
The Scouts currently have nine places available. Those interested can email the organisation at [email protected], ring 650 21 08 57 or visit the group from 4.30pm onwards on Saturday afternoons.
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