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Summer is coming and June is here, full of activities. This weeks we have had trips, events and meetings to join parents and children and promote a healthy life.It's started on 5th June and finished 10th June. Everybody could participate in our events, but mostly children were the protagonists.

The cycling parade had a good influence, we visited Kézdivásárhely riding bike and it finish in the Sport Center. Around tree kilometres were enough to move our bodies, go outside and enjoy it. 

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On 7 June, at the invitation of the Women's Association of Kézdivásárhely, the Hungarian volunteer of Green Sun Association, Zsofi Fabok gave a presentation on her experience gained during her month-long pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago, in Spain.

The presentation included an overview of Camino de Santiago amended with many personal stories and pictures from "the Way". The hour-long screening was followed by an informal discussion between the audience and the speaker with topic-related questions.

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We didn`t have excuses, took our bike, rode it and did it! In spite of the weather, we rode bike around Kézdivásárhely. Children and parents could spend a good, funny and healthy afternoon. The meeting point was the sport center to start three kilometres, three kilometres to move our bodies. Kézdivásárhely from a perspective of a biker. Children were riding bike together with theirs parents, for some of them it was probably the first time to bike or they were begginers. The most important was to participate and see them doing sports.

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Continuing past years` traditions, Green Sun Association organized trekking for its members and for nature lovers on 27 May 2018. During the 11,6 km long trip, hikers explored the Bodoc Mountains, situated among the plains of River Olt and Feketügy. For more photos please visit the association`s Facebook page

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On 23rd of May, we met again for a new moving afternoon to promote the healthy life. The life outside our houses doing sport, meeting with the others, moving our bodies and refresh our minds. For more photos, please visit the association's Facebook page

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