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Sergio López and Álvaro Giménez win the prizes of the Solidarity Contest of Micro-stories ‘Villa de Redován’

Redován 06/28/2018. The Solidarity Contest of Micro-stories ‘Villa de Redován’ has concluded a new edition, and there are already five, with the awarding of prizes to the winners. The councilors of Education and Culture, Nely Ruiz and Clara Ezcurra respectively, Clara Ezcurra, have been responsible for delivering the prizes not without first “congratulate all the people who have participated, which have been many, and encourage those who this year not have managed to be among the first to continue taking part in a competition that grows and that, above all, is dedicated to a common purpose “.

The first prize was for the play ‘El cumpleaños’, by Sergio López Vidal, endowed with an award of 300 euros; while Álvaro Giménez García, with ‘Cultural Tourism’, has obtained the second prize and 150 euros. The contest has come works from different places such as Valladolid, Cordoba, Cadiz, Orihuela, Torrevieja and of course, Redován.As the representative of the jury, the award ceremony was attended by the director of IES Redován, Antonio Moreno Menchón, who was in charge of reading the winning stories. Clara Ezcurra highlighted the high participation, “because we have exceeded last year’s and we hope that many more people will be encouraged to send us their works”, while reminding that with the 25 finalist works the City Council Redován will publish a book “from which the collection for sales will go to support the development of projects of the Spanish Red Cross”.

Clara Ezcurra highlighted the great quality “both literary and human of the participants, because writing a short story for the contest of the City Council of Redován is to contribute to the culture and society through the cause of solidarity to which the collection of the book is destined , this time Red Cross “. The mayor has ensured that with five editions “the contest is more than consolidated, and we hope it can continue to be celebrated for many more years and becoming a benchmark nationwide.” For his part, Nely Ruiz has encouraged “the neighbors of the town and all those who like literature to participate in the sixth contest.”

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