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Regional cross-country final in Serra San Bartolo

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Regional cross-country final in Serra San Bartolo

It will take place next Monday, in the sub-urban park of Serra San Bartolo, in Vittoria, the regional cross-country final reserved for 1st and 2nd grade institutes.

“Our Serra San Bartolo Park – declares the city councilor with responsibility for Sports Policies, Fabio Prelati – becomes a point of reference for sport and regional schools. We are very proud to host an event that consecrates our city as a city of running and well-being. Furthermore, next April 7th we will have the Scoglitti Race-Half Marathon, in May the Jazz Run and the Fast Walk in our historic center. The promotion of the territory through sport continues.”

“I thank – adds Prelati – the Regional School Office for having identified Vittoria and its renovated Serra San Bartolo Park as the place for the regional phase and which will see students from all over Sicily participate. I am particularly pleased to be able to host them in a place free from neglect and malfeasance and, therefore, returned to public usability and its scenic and environmental beauty. We are now aiming to get to the national cross-country stage and we are ready to do our part, as always.”

“The Serra San Bartolo Park – added the mayor, Francesco Aiello – rIt returns to its ancient vitality thanks to initiatives like these. With great satisfaction, we note that it is young people who are giving new life to a naturalistic area of ​​such great importance for our community. We have started the rebirth process with the planting of more than one hundred carob trees, and we will continue with determination in our goal of enhancing this splendid area.

“The Serra San Bartolo Park, with its beauty and its ecological importance – concludes Aiello – thus becomes a space not only of contemplation but also of action and commitment for the common good”.

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