Grandparents celebrated their day in Punta de Mata

Grandparents celebrated their day in Punta de Mata

Fifty seniors belonging to the Hogar de los Abuelos de Ezequiel Zamora celebrated their day with dances, songs, sports activities and a pleasant reception.

The older adults who live in the Casa Hogar de los Grandparents of Ezekiel Zamora They celebrated this May 29th the day of the elderly with live music, dances, culinary tastings and the realization of different dynamics in which they demonstrated their impetus and energy.

The activity was promoted by Mayor Oscar Cedeño Febres and First Lady Rosa Millán, in order to contribute to the well-being and joy of grandparents, remembering the importance that each one of them represents with their experiences and great love.

The president of the geriatric institution, Carmen Pérez, expressed: “Once again the elderly of the Hogar de los Abuelos enjoyed this well-deserved treat, which thanks to the social policies of Mayor Oscar Cedeño and First Lady Rosa Millán, became continues to vindicate our beloved grandparents and grandmothers, for whom we will continue to work with much love.

The official stressed that care for the elderly is part of the social protection policies that President Nicolás Maduro has been implementing through the National Institute of Social Services (INASS) and the Great Mission in Amor Mayor to dignify grandparents .

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With music, tastings and dances, the grandparents who live in the geriatric care center spend a special day.

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