The delivery of the 8M Prize to Francisca Naranjo, a special âIn your park or mineâ, and the reading of the institutional manifesto, followed by the commemorative artistic action, âEnPlazArteâ, inaugurated last weekend the events organized by San Javier City Council on the occasion of International Women's Day.
Francisca Naranjo received the 8M prize from the mayor of San Javier, José Miguel Luengo during the traditional commemorative dinner held Friday night in the hall of the Parque Almansa civic center in San Javier with a majority of female presence.
The mayor congratulated the honoree and highlighted the implication she has always shown with the people she arrived for almost 40 years.
The Prize, granted by the Municipal Equality Commission, recognizes the work of Francisca Naranjo combining her family life with her participation in local life through associations and entities of different nature such as the Red Cross, APA of âRuiz de Aldaâ, commission of parties, associations of housewives and bobbin lace, Cáritas, and the Center for the Elderly of San Javier, not forgetting its passage through local politics as councilor of the City Council of San Javier.
The Barnuevo esplanade in Santiago de la Ribera was the place chosen to celebrate the 8 M through the institutional manifesto read by the Councilor for Equality, Ana Belén Martínez, in an act that was covered by the choreography alluding to women, organized by Ruth Olmos, Judith Artega and Verónica Muñoz.
The program will be completed with a conference on responsible consumption tomorrow Tuesday at 4pm at the headquarters of the Association Housewives of San Javier, (low Almansa Park Auditorium), a cultural outing on Saturday March 14 and a colloquium on women the Tuesday 17 at 19:00 in the library of San Javier.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier