The new building of the kindergarten will be completed in Makón soon

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Within a few weeks, the new building complex of the György Szikszai Reformed Kindergarten will be completed in Makón, it was said during a tour of the building on Wednesday. The maintaining parish won more than 400 million forints for the construction. As they have seen – and this was confirmed by Anett Lázár, the organizational development manager of Bauszer Kft., A contractor employing subcontractors in Makó – only internal work remains – can be read in the article of the Délmagyar news portal.

The work is progressing well in Makón, Vásárhelyi Street.

The level of completion of the building is now 85 percent: the original deadline for handover was May, but it looks like the building itself will be ready by March and, along with the gardening work, by April.

Regarding the investment, the head of 115 institutions caring for 115 children in 5 groups, Csabáné Bertus-Barcza, said that a 21st century kindergarten is now being built, and Pastor István Kotormán argued that there was a need for church educational institutions, because children not only they receive knowledge, but also guidance to make good use of the knowledge. The local government representative of the district, András Mágori, spoke about the fact that such investments also indicate that the government supports Hungarian families instead of migrants.

Mayor Éva Erzsébet Farkas drew attention to the fact that in recent years similar works have been carried out in almost all educational institutions in Makó, with a total value of about HUF 3 billion.

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“The crisis situation takes away from us at the same time and creates an opportunity to evaluate our current situation and, to be more numerous, to interpret our lives in a broader perspective, to look upwards, to wonder that life is much more than we experience most of the time,” said Farkas in his traditional New Year’s speech. Éva Erzsébet, Mayor of Makó.

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