Seosan City, Chungnam Province, announced on Tuesday that it will host a free lecture and meet-the-author (book concert) by Kwak Jae-sik, professor of environmental safety engineering at Sungsil Cyber University, author of “The Earth is Fine, We are the Problem,” at 2 p.m. on the 26th at the Culture Center.At the event, which is free and open to all citizens of Seosan, Prof. Kwak will explain common sense and misconceptions about climate change and discuss with citizens.
Participation is limited to the first 600 people. For more information, please contact the Seosan Public Library OperationTaean to host back-to-back national boccia competitions on Dec. 12-15 (Taean=Yonhap) Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, announced on Tuesday that the National Boccia Super League will be held at the Taean General Indoor Gymnasium on Dec. 12-15 and the National Boccia Competition on Dec. 13-14.
In the National Boccia Super League, more than 200 participants will compete against each other, including three 스포츠토토 teams in the BC1 and BC2 grades and two teams in the BC3 and BC4 grades.At the National Boccia Championships, more than 60 BC4 players will compete in individual events.One of the Paralympic sports, boccia is a competition to see who can throw the ball closest to the target, and is only open to people with severe cerebral palsy and motor impairments. Athletes are divided into BC1 to BC4 classes according to their level of disability.
Dangjin City: “Elderly with heavy shopping carts, call for helpers” (Dangjin = Yonhap) Dangjin City, Chungcheongnam-do, announced on Tuesday that it will operate a “shopping cart helper” program to help the elderly carry groceries on traditional market days (Dangjin 5 and Hapdeok 6).Between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., assistants stationed at the entrances to Dangjin Traditional Market Fish Market Square and Hapdeok Jungang Market will accompany the elderly and provide services ranging from carrying their purchases to accompanying them to their vehicles.Dangjin City plans to operate the program until November and then decide whether to continue it next year based on its performance.