Saint Trifun & Saint Velentine’s Day 2013

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Last Thursday, on 14th February SPPMD’s team was a part of the local celebrating of two holidays again – the orthodox St. Trifun and the catholic St. Valentine. For the occasion of the both holidays SPPMD’s local and EVS volunteers organized a big event.

The day started with the presentations in the gymnasium “Dobri Daskalov” in Kavadarci where our volunteers presented the story about both saints, St. Trifun and St. Valentine with an aim to inform the students who they were and why we celebrate those holidays. Also a lot of origami hearts, roses and messages were given to students.

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After the presentation SPPMD moved to the center of the town where a lot of people celebrate St. Trifun (the protector of viticulture and wine) every year. Our organization had a stand where people where able to leave messages about wine and love and also to get free origami hearts, roses, candies…

A lot of people came to visit our stand and left a lot of creative and inspirational messages. Also a lot of origami roses and hearts were distributed among the people on the streets, in cafés, bars and restaurants.

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The day finished with a big party in youth club of SPPMD where a lot of youngsters from Kavadarci came to celebrate these two holidays.

It was another successful day for our organization! We hope that we made your day!

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SPPMD would like to thank all volunteers
who were included in preparations for the event
and for their input and help on 14th February!

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