Camagüey, Sep 28.- With the delivery of recognitions in the communities for the work carried out for more than half a century, the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) in the province of Camagüey celebrate their 60th anniversary today.
Iska Torres Creache, provincial coordinator of the organization, told the Cuban News Agency (ACN) that the day for the event included the placement of plaques in the homes of the families of each of the 134 members of the internationalist contingent Henry Reeve settled in the territory, and recognition of founding members of the CDRs.
As part of the activities, the status of National Vanguard was granted to the Esmeralda municipality and the September 28 flag was sent to Zone 26 of Jimaguayú.
Among the delivery of incentives made by the organization are the 50th Anniversary stamp to the founders of the Mirando al Mar Detachment, 13 Medals for Defense and Neighborhood Unity, 13 distinctions September 28.
They also awarded two El Barrio awards, one to the Golpe a Golpe community project, belonging to the Camagüey affiliate of the Hermanos Saíz Association (AHS), and another to the Ernesto Guevara Elementary School, in the Carlos Manuel de Céspedes municipality.
Another initiative was the placement of stickers in the homes of prominent members in the fight against Covid-19 and in 200 family patios in the province, to promote the self-sufficiency project "Cultivate your little piece."
The CDR coordinator from Camagüey highlighted the importance of the activities carried out, considering them an effective way to promote good work in each neighborhood and to recognize the hard work carried out by the members of the organization in these complex times of fighting against the pandemic, in those that the actions of each person count. (ACN) (Photo: Courtesy CDR Provincial) (Infographic: Cadena Agramonte)