Montauban.Associative commitment in the spotlight

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Looking back on the youth sports medal ceremony.

Governor Chantal Moshe presided over a medal award ceremony for youth, sports and associative commitments in the gardens of the Hôtel de Intendant.

In her welcome speech, she emphasized that she was happy to host the ceremony again. This period marks the beginning of the preparatory phase of the 2024 French Olympics and reconnects with the tradition of hospitality that was interrupted by the Covid crisis. .. “Youth, commitment and sports, these three pillars are the foundation of the Republic’s values.” And, to quote Pierre de Coubertin, “The important thing in life is not victory, but fighting. The main thing is not winning, but fighting well.”

Gérard Galey, head of the Medalist Commission, recalled that the creation of this distinction dates back to 1929. This was proposed by Secretary of State Henry Paté, who is in charge of physical education for the Government of Gaston Dumerg.

Pierre Arrie Umerlow, Director of Services in the Department of Youth, Sports, and Associative Efforts, tracked the facts of the services of 18 recipients.

Bronze-level medalist decorated during the ceremony: Nathalie Bonnet, Christian Feutrier, Olivier Fournalez, Laura Jaguelin, Moro Angelique, Righessi Beatta, Virol Frédéric.

Silver Tier: Marry-France Kabosu, Michelle Lawrence, Pascal Morin.

Verdun Gold Medalist MJC Director

Alampti, director of MJC in Verdun-sur-Gallonne since 1989, has been awarded a gold medal by the Governor.

“It’s a passionate job for me to grow and reveal my recipients. We have 2,108 members in 65 municipalities. We are the second MJC in Occitanie, offering about 20 activities and 600 in the leisure center. We accept children. Our music school is big 170 students and 14 teachers. Our MJC has 84 employees including 40 full-time staff and 115 volunteers. It is a beautiful facility run by a team of staff.

Medal Ceremony for Youth, Sports and Associative Commitments

Governor Chantal Moshe presided over a medal award ceremony for youth, sports and solidarity in the gardens of the Hôtel de Intendant. In her welcome speech, she emphasized that she was happy to host the ceremony again. This time is the beginning of the preparatory phase of the 2024 French Olympics and therefore reconnects with the hosting tradition interrupted by the facts of Covid. crisis. “Youth, commitment and sports, these three pillars are the foundation of the Republic’s values.” And, to quote Pierre de Coubertin, “The important thing in life is not victory, but fighting. The main thing is not winning, but fighting well.”

Gérard Galey, head of the Medalist Commission, recalled that the creation of this distinction dates back to 1929. This was proposed by Secretary of State Henry Paté, who is in charge of physical education for the Government of Gaston Dumerg.

Pierre Arrie Umerlow, Director of Services in the Department of Youth, Sports, and Associative Efforts, tracked the facts of the services of 18 recipients.

Bronze-level medals decorated during the ceremony: Nathalie Bonnet, Christian Feutrier, Olivier Fournalez, Laura Jaguelin, Moro Angelique, Righessi Beatta, Virol Frédéric.

Silver Level: Marry-France Kabosu, Michelle Lawrence, Pascal Morin

Alan Petit was awarded a gold medal by the governor. “I have been the director of Verdun-sur-Gallonne MJC since 1989. This is a passionate job for me to grow. There are 2,108 members in 65 municipalities. We are the second MJC in Occitanie. It offers 20 activities and the leisure center has 600 children. Our music school is large with 170 students and 14 teachers. Our MJC has 40 people. A beautiful facility run by a team of 84 employees, including full-time staff and 115 volunteers.