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Deputy Mayor Angela Cutasevici, together with representatives of the German Embassy in Chisinau visited CCYN GREEN GATE, the children's day camp04.04.2022 16:50 624 Views
Deputy Mayor Angela Cutasevici, together with representatives of the German Embassy in Chisinau, paid a working visit on Monday to the City Center for Young Naturalists (CCYN) GREEN GATE.
The guests attended the activities and communicated with the children's parents, to ensure that the little ones receive the best services and that they spend their interesting time.
The "GREEN GATE - Spring 2022" day camp was organized by the General Department for Education, Youth and Sport, within the City Center for Young Naturalists for Refugee Families, opened on March 10, 2022.
Currently, the Center has 3 groups of 18-20 children, who interested in creation, artistic modeling and eco-design.
Beneficiars are children interested in horticulture and floriculture, beekeeping and medicinal plants, floristics, working with natural materials, landscaping design, zoology and ecology.
This program is dedicated to children between the ages of 5 and 12 of refugee families from Ukraine free of charge.
The representatives of the German Embassy expressed their conviction that the City Center for Young Naturalists is an open door to the knowledge of the world of natural sciences.
The City Center for Young Naturalists (CCYN) is a public extracurricular educational institution subordinated to the General Department of Education, Youth and Sports of the Chisinau Municipal Council, which offers free educational services to children and young people from 5 to 21 years old.