A happy educational Sunday at La Croix-de-Vernailles
The last Sunday of the educational event took place on August 23rd at the Teixeira Stadium, where almost 400 people came to have fun and participate in the solidarity raffle.
The participants of August 23rd will long remember it. The Manuel-Teizeira stadium in the Croix-de-Vernailles neighborhood welcomed 375 people for the last educational Sunday of the summer. Inflatable inflatables, smoothie bikes, chess games, street workouts… Young and old alike enjoyed these activities just around the corner from their homes.” It’s great to see everyone together,” says Loubna, who came with her three children aged 3 to 9. “We love living at Etampes, because there are lots of activities for young people. »
162 participants in the giant dictation
In mid-afternoon, Mama Sy, coordinator for the organizing associations, called on children and adults to sit at the table with a pen in hand.” The aim is to gently prepare the children for the resumption of classes,” she said. It’s time for the giant dictation! Organizer Rachid Santaki encouraged the audience to applaud: “even if you don’t win, you’re here to have fun, be proud of yourself! » If you were not able to attend this event, the association has a website, you can find second-hand educational games for your children, why second-hand , for the preservation of the planet as well as your wallet.
The mayors of Angerville, Authon-la-Plaine, Bois-Herpin, Dourdan, Etréchy, Grigny, Massy and Pussay attended the awards ceremony.” It’s nice to see this relaxed atmosphere,” says Nicolas André, CAESE’s vice-president for youth and mayor of Authon-la-Plaine, “It’s important to be inspired by this type of initiative to duplicate them. »
Five contestants – schoolboy, high school student and adult – won a digital tablet and a “I can’t, I dictated” t-shirt. “There were eight top copies,” said Rachid Santaki. “So we offered consolation prizes for those who made less than three mistakes.”
All proceeds paid to two associations in solidarity with young people