The Mayor of Los Alcázares, Mario Cervera, announced this morning the cancellation of most of the activities scheduled on the occasion of the 37th anniversary of Municipal Autonomy due to the current global pandemic situation due to coronavirus. The Alcazareño councilor, accompanied by the Councilor for Celebrations, José Carlos Castejón, explained that only three events will be held, the act of the Official Chronicler of the town of Los Alcázares, on October 11 at 12.00; Placement of its place of origin of the Milestone that divided the municipality between Torre Pacheco and San Javier, on the morning of October 12; and, the same day at 8:00 p.m., the delivery of the Al-Kazar Award, the most important distinction granted by the municipality and that this year will go to the workers of the Los Arcos Hospital for their work during COVID 19. This award also includes among its awards special mentions, which this time will go to the more than one hundred neighbors and neighbors who during the confinement sewed thousands of masks that were distributed to all the houses of Los Alcázares at the hands of Civil Protection and volunteers. The Councilor for Celebrations, José Carlos Castejón, for his part, has encouraged the neighbors that, despite not being able to celebrate the Caldero Day on October 12 as is tradition, to share photos of the preparation and tasting of the traditional on social networks Caldero del Mar Menor that day. Pérez Cervera assures that "despite the circumstances, Los Alcázares is a living and united town, and we will continue working to overcome this situation as well as many others already experienced, and without a doubt we will gain strength for when we can celebrate our traditions again, because of The most important moment is to guarantee everyone's health.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares / Foto: archivo