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With a series of shows, Carnerillo enjoyed the 34th Provincial Immigrant Festival in style

This Saturday the 16th, after 8:30 p.m., the residents of Carnerillo and the region enjoyed a magnificent revival of the Provincial Immigrant Festival, which, as every year, pays a warm tribute to those who immigrated to these lands for their future design.

The mayor of Carnerillo, Iván Galfré, was accompanied by Ariel Moreyra from Ucacha, the candidate for national deputy, Carlos Gutiérrez, and the director of the Río Cuarto Civic Center, Samantha David.

The event took place in the large covered room of the Santa Paula Club in the center of the city, which was completely filled with thousands of visitors occupying tables and chairs in front of the stage. framed by the stands of the immigrants who were represented there.

The flavor tour began with the Italian stand, in charge of the Carnerillo Technical Institute, followed by Germany and Spain, where representatives of the San José de Calasanz elementary school worked, followed by Argentina, in charge of the Jorge Washington Abalos kindergarten, and culminated in a delicious aroma of sweet dishes, typical of France, offered by the volunteer fire department.

Following the lectures, the event opened its artistic and cultural appeal with the excellent presentation of the Atahualpa Yupanqui Ballet from the city of General Cabrera.

Between choreographies with the predominant use of elements such as bass drums and boleadoras, combined with dances full of skill, they formed a show that revealed the traditions of the country.

The dancing and singing marked the path that they could use, smiling girls strutting with charm before the attentive gaze of those present. All were crowned with the ribbon marking the 34th Provincial Immigrant Festival.

After their retirement, the candidates for the regency appeared for the first time under the watchful eyes of a jury that carefully considered who had the necessary qualities to form the regency that will guide them through uncertain fates for a whole year, as Representatives of their country, their own country party.

After a second parade, already with their haute couture dresses, the jurors present made the expected decision.

-Queen: Milagros Soledad Agonal (Applicant 12) represents Consorcio Caminero Carnerillo.

-First Princess: Fatima Suarez (Applicant 11) representing the Carnerillo Technical Institute

-Second Princess: Antonella Milagros Salazar (Applicant 1) representing the Carnerillo Volunteer Firefighters.

Each of the applicants received applause and the experience of having taken part in a welcoming and friendly place that they will keep in their hearts forever.

The various events took place on the stage and among these stands out the presence of the deputy of Cordoba, Carlos Gutiérrez, who presented the mayor Iván Galfré with a contribution from the provincial government worth 3,500,000 million pesos.

This contribution “is a more than significant sum that will allow us to finance the payments for a show of the highest level offered to the people in our environment,” said Iván Galfré.

At this point it is worth mentioning that the event was declared of legislative interest by the unicameral government of Córdoba as a place of homage to the culture of the people. Statement read out during the party.

Between folk dances, Arabic dances, catwalks and songs, a group of actors portrayed a scene of moments experienced by those who left their country and came to Argentina to settle in search of new opportunities, but without giving up their identity. A theatrical performance that drew applause and enthusiasm from those present.

Up to one of the central numbers, the presentation of the music group Ahyre, which presents a musical repertoire imbued with folkloric essence.

And with the arrival of the new day, the 34th Provincial Immigrant Festival closed the new year with a communal dance to the rhythm of the band Los Populares.

Ivan Galfré: “We are a melting pot of races that has shaped the essence of our society”

During the Provincial Immigrant Festival, the mayor emphasized to those present the pride he felt at the large number of people who came to this new edition of an event that identifies people “what Carnerillo is”.

He added that the main goal is to justify this work. “from the people who decided back then to put down roots in our land and to cultivate it in order to achieve a better future for themselves and their families.”

Galfré added that Carnerillo today is a true reflection of the strength of the immigrants who came to the region. “where Piedmontese blood predominates, but the truth is that we are a melting pot of races that have, in some ways, shaped the nature of our society.”

He pointed out that today more than ever it is necessary to go back to basics, “In Argentina, more than ever, to return to this path of building bridges and stopping digging ditches.”

“Today we continue to welcome with open arms those who decide today to come to our homeland to shape their destiny, their future.” In these countries, “Our goal is to teach them to love our culture but always respect their identity.”

He added, “Today we must unite as a people to leave a future for our children, a better country with prosperity and a future.”

To achieve this goal, the President stressed that differences and disagreements must be put aside “To meet again and be able to build this society that we so desperately want.”

That means, “Return to our essence of the dreams of immigrants when they came to these lands to embrace them, and today it is precisely we who must move the country forward to be able to offer prosperity to all who choose to come to these blessed Countries to come.”

In total, “It’s about emulating the entrepreneurial spirit that immigrants had when they decided to build their home in this Argentina.”

He reminded those present that it was the last party at which he could address his community as mayor, and “I take with me the best memories, gratitude and honor that I was chosen.”

Finally, he thanked everyone who made it possible to hold a new edition of the festival, “And to the unconditional support of the Government of the Province of Córdoba, as well as to the merchants, to the municipal workers… and a special thank you goes to all my family who have accompanied me all these years… and to my old man, who will certainly be with me, looking from somewhere in heaven to God who made this festival possible in the south of the province of Córdoba.”he concluded.

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