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The team of the Green Sun Association, prepared the first activities of the Green Sun School based on movement and dance for the students of the Elementary School from Albis, Petőfi Sándor School, and Molnár Józsiás School. They draw attention on the role of movement, which is essential for the children through games and activities such as: recognition of sounds, pictures, Russian folk tales, skill games. Photos of the event can be viewed on the association's Facebook page.

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This year, for the third time, the "Nature, the source of life" camp was held in Bikfalva, organized by the Green Sun Association, the Waste Management Association of Kovászna County (ADI SIMD) and the AQUACOV Community Development Association. 24 students from the different settlements of the county participated in the environmental camp, so they were from Cernat, Dalnic, Ghelința, Lisnău, Sfîntu Gheorghe, Tîrgu Secuiesc și Lemnia.

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On the occasion of the National Bird & Tree Day, Green Sun Association visited the elementary school in Kézdikővár and Molnár Józsiás School in Kézdivásárhely. The children learned about the importance of birds and environmental protection through a series of games such as ice-breakers, sound guessing games and idioms - in accordance with the theme.

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The Green Sun Association's traditional programs include the Spring Green Days, which were organized for the ninth time between April 20-22, 2018. Maybe in March 2010, the organizer would not think that the event will be organized more times, but due to its success and the perseverance of the organizing team the event is present in the local community life since then every year. Photos are available on the Facebook page of the organization.

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Wegener Pro Sanitate Foundation together with its partners organized for the first time the Children's Christmas Town in Târgu Secuiesc. At the event was invited Green Sun Association to participate for 4 days with the Ecological Awareness Program: Do not waste, live longer! Photos of the event are available on the association's Facebook page.