Commemorative plaque unveiled in Santa Cruz del Sur on the occasion of Teacher’s Day

1 On the occasion of the celebration of the Teacher’s Day, Yolanda Molina and Fernando Expósito unveiled a commemorative plaque highlighting the place where Santa Cruz del Sur was declared illiteracy free territory in 1961. The homage was made right in the spot where it is located Radio Santa Cruz Radio Station, later on women and men working in the

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Exhibition of decorative art in Southern Camagüey Museum

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, May 26. –Santa Cruz del Sur Museum, a place of culture and history, has many expositions of decorative art. Many members of the staff are educators of the current generations, holders of great knowledge and guardian of the objects and documents of this place. The display cabinets show the people Cuban and Asian art. Behind

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Women from Santa Cruz del Sur always in the vanguard

1 Women from Santa Cruz del Sur, always in the vanguard, the grace and beauty that nature wanted to place on the most exquisite human beings: women continue to be made up of the essential characteristics that define them. But for those who appreciate their values and have defended their presence in the every day life, also outdoors, know how

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The making up of the executive committee of Popular Councils continues in Santa Cruz

1 Santa Cruz del Sur May 27. – The “8 de Octubre” Primary School, located in the Haiti district, was the chosen place to perform the Solemn Assembly that chose the new leaders of the Popular Council representing this settlement before the government.   Mayelín Hernández was chosen as president and Enrique Godoy Pereira was elected vice-president. Both of them have

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May Day turned into a tribune of patriotism and reaffirmation

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, May 4. -The people from Santa Cruz del Sur celebrated this May 1st the International Worker’s Day, and it was the Trade Union from the Education, the Science and the Sports the one that conquered the first place in the multicolored parade. Juan Manuel Guerrero, secretary general of that group said that the men and

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