Pioneers' attributes change ceremonies were held on June 14 in Cuba

More than 5,400 pioneers participated, in Las Tunas, in the attributes change ceremonies, one of the most important and beautiful processes that the José Martí Pioneers Organization (OPJM) develops each year.

Las Tunas, Cuba.- In some 500 schools of Primary and Special Education the event took place, which constituted a moment of Cuban sentiment and family joy, and -at the same time- of honor for the 95th anniversary of the birth of Ernesto Guevara and the 178th anniversary of Antonio Maceo.

Nearly a hundred schoolchildren at the Julián Santana semi-boarding school, the venue for the Provincial Act, received their red scarf, which identifies and prides the José Martí pioneers.

Likewise, the 14 de Junio Distinction was awarded to leading teachers and outstanding students, and the Terrestrial Explorer distinction was to the girls and boys admitted to the Pioneer Explorer Movement.

From now on, those who have just completed the third grade of Primary Education will be able to elect and be elected to positions in their pioneer detachment and collective, contribute to the defense by paying for National Day, participate in camps and rotations through the pioneer facilities, as well as in the processes that the Organization develops at other levels, including its National Assembly.

Pioneers' attributes change ceremonies were held on June 14 in Cuba