“Children’s Day”, celebrated for the first time in Romania on June 1st 1950, is an opportunity to celebrate the most beautiful period of every man’s life – childhood, to support children, to appreciate and love children, and to promote the well-being of children everyone.
Romania Levant Association honored its children Friday, May 26th at Al Hayat Nursing School, in an event that featured the “Red Riding Hood” story (“Scufita Rosie” in Romanian) played by the talented ladies of the Romanian and Moldovan communities: Lucia Afarian, Gabriela Marchitan, Petronela Rahal, Ludmila Tossunian and Olesea Lesya, karaoke and different games.
The surprise of the event was the plane ticket offered by Tarom, represented by Mrs Salwa Flaity (to whom we would like to thank for her continuous support), to reward the children for their year-long participation.
This same Friday we celebrated, in the presence of Mrs Laura Mircea, minister counselor and Mrs. Cristina Albu, wife of Romanian consul, Mr. Catalin Albu, the Day of the Romanians Abroad, a day dedicated to the Romanian diaspora.
Happy Children’s Day!
“This project is financed with the support of the Ministry of Romanians Abroad”