Philately at the Bucharest Children's' palace
In the pages
of the magazine we presented, many times, philatelic activities
performed at the Bucharest Children's Palace. It is worth mentioning
the activity of Professor Sergiu Niculita, leaders of other circles
in various actions determined by diverse events. We present two
of these actions performed in summer.
Children, education and
the environment - was the generic of the action performed
at the Bucharest Children's Palace. Participated: the philatelic
circle led by Professor Sergiu Niculita, the ecological circle -
Professor Elena Popescu, hidro-biology circle - Professor Aurica
Buda. Collaborators were "Romfilatelia", represented by
Mrs. Daniela Chihaiescu and F.F.R. Participated children from the
schools nr. 81, 84, 87, 97, 100, 133, 299. The action was part of
the program dedicated to the World Environment Day.
As guests and supporters had
among themselves children from the school nr. 97, respectively classes
II-B and II-A accompanied by schoolteachers Magdalena Costache and
Daniela Zigaru. At the event took part approximately 100 children
from the above mentioned schools.
The International Children's
day - was the occasion to organize at the National History
Museum a manifestation called "Flying petals". The program
of the action contained:
- Presentation of the exposition called "Flying
petals" realized and presented by Mrs. Mihaela Stanescu,
- Visiting of the drawing exposition called "The butterfly";
- Visiting the museum;
- Documentation of those children willing to take part at the
competitions "Who knows wins" organized on the same subject;
- Presentation of the competition and the giving away of prizes.;
At the drawing competition
took part children from all over the country.
Another 21 young philatelists
family from the "National Military Circle" Bucharest
was enlarged with a group of beginner schoolchildren from the Primary
School from the Vulturul (Eagle) Commune, Vrancea County.
The group is led by a member
of the National Military Circle, with a long activity, in the person
of colonel (r)Vasile Ghita, born in this commune, and who assures
the activity of the circle in the month of April - October, period
in which he lives in the Vulturul commune.
The group started its activity
in 1999 with 19 paying members, reaching in the year 2000 a number
of 40 members.
The Romanian Philatelic Federation
supports young philatelists of the circle by giving for free, a
number of 10 magazines each month.