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Children of FSUE “Rosmorport” employees take part in Children's Day events

Children of FSUE “Rosmorport” employees take part in Children's Day events

The International Children's Day is celebrated on the first day of summer. On the eve of the global holiday, FSUE “Rosmorport” organized a children's drawing competition to mark this year's 20th anniversary of the enterprise's successful work for the benefit of the maritime industry.

135 kids, children and grandchildren of FSUE “Rosmorport” employees, of three age categories: junior (up to 9 years old), intermediate (10 to 13 years old) and senior (up to 17 years old), showed their creativeness and individuality.

The children were offered to demonstrate their artistic skills in making their own version of the FSUE “Rosmorport” anniversary logo, fantasizing on the theme “When I grow up, I will become a sailor!” or drawing a picture “Through the ice on board an icebreaker.”

The children were very creative in the art competition - they submitted not only drawings made with pencils, paints, felt-tip pens, but also crafts made of plasticine, applications and even works in the pyrography technique - burning on wood.

As part of the Children's Day celebrations, an exhibition of drawings was organized in the lobby of the FSUE “Rosmorport” central office. The most striking and memorable works of the contestants adorned the head office exhibition.

As a reward for their creative efforts, artistic talent and active participation in the children's drawings competition dedicated to the anniversary of the backbone enterprise of the port industry, all children will get commemorative prizes with the logo of FSUE “Rosmorport”. You can have a look at all the works of the contest participants here.

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June 1 is one of the oldest international holidays. It has been celebrated for more than 70 years – since 1950. Children's Day is meant to remind adults of the need to respect and protect the rights of the younger generation, to pay attention to the problems children around the world face.