Children and adolescents in Camagüey pay homage to Fidel (+ Photos)

Text and photos: Lázaro David Najarro Pujol

Camagüey, Cuba, Nov 26.- Among books, dances, theatrical performances and awards, children and adolescents from Camagüey paid homage to Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro, in a beautiful ceremony held at the Julio Antonio Mella Provincial Library, in the City of Los Tinajones , on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the departure towards eternity of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution.

In addition, the cultural institution awarded the Fidel contest prizes; leader of the Revolution, designed for different age groups and in all literary genres, in which the jury evaluated around a hundred works of primary and secondary education, as well as the National Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired, among others.

The Armonía duo impressed with their dance performance of the song Girón: la victoria, by the late singer-songwriter Sara González.

Children and adolescents brought to scenes the melodies Cabalgando con Fidel, by Raúl Torres, and El Mayor, by Silvio Rodríguez, among other musical works.

The Building Dreams project delighted those present with a full moon and the show in honor of Fidel Castro closed with a dance by the Ignacio Agramonte House of Culture to the rhythm of the song White sheets by Gerardo Alfonso.

Continuing the legacy of the Apostle of Cuban Independence, José Martí, that “We work for children, because children are those who know how to love, because children are the hope of the world”, Fidel Castro prioritized the well-being of children in the country. (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)



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