• July 22, 2014
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The Polish-Lithuanian nursery-kindergarten in Zavišonys to be renovated

This week, the renovation of the Polish-Lithuanian nursery-kindergarten “Dzwoneczek” (“The Tinker Bell”) in Zavišonys begins. It is financed by the LEADER program. The renovation will cost 390,000 litas, 10% of which will be provided by Šalčininkai District Municipality.

UAB “Jaraks” was awarded the contract to renovate “Dzwoneczek.”

The nursery-kindergarten in Zavišonys has been operating for over 30 years. It was opened in 1977 and has not been renovated since then; that is why the management of “Dzwoneczek” filed a request to the Šalčininkai Local Action Group for co-financing the renovation.

The renovation will include putting in wall insulation, as well as replacing windows and doors. It is to be completed until the end of the year.

Irena Kołosowska

Translated by Michał M. Kowalski within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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