(fwu – 8/23/19) A new kindergarten Abenteuerland was officially opened in Sandhausen next Wednesday at the Friedrich Ebert School Center. The new generous institution can accommodate six groups and at least 80 children with their caregivers and cost a total of 3.8 million euros, of which one million is owed by the federal government, as Mayor Georg Kletti explained in his speech.
It was a great pleasure to welcome many of the former and current members of the municipal council, who, through their positive decisions in the council, would make it possible to build a day center. In his speech, he emphasized the significant amount of sufficient and high quality facilities of this kind, especially for the least future citizens of the community.
An African saying goes, "It takes an entire village to raise a child." And this function will also take the village of Sandhausen to a new kindergarten in a great way, so is Kletti. And still: proud investment made absolutely sense, because, as Churchill once said, a community can't invest its money better than investing it in children.
However, it is also clear that kindergarten work promises success only if parents and kindergarten support each other in trusting collaboration and close contact. Even a well-run and beautiful nursery can never replace parental care, family safety and family ties, the mayor warned.
The kindergarten cannot and should not relieve them of the responsibilities and obligations for the well-being and further path of their children. But he wants to help them develop their children's abilities, develop their abilities and prepare them for life as individuals and as members of the community at the same time as the most lasting impressions can be conveyed, Kletti continued.
After his welcome and introductory speech, the dancing of the children of the Ballet School Missing under the guidance of Mrs. Bruns, who was so cheerful and sweet, that she brought a happy smile to everyone's face.
Although the new day care center is a communal institution, it must not be operated without a church blessing, said Mayor Kletti, who then conveyed the word to Catholic pastor Arul Lord. In ecumenical terms he gave little piety on behalf of the present representatives of the Protestant Church, Reverend Freidhof and Pastor Wieland.
In his homily, Pastor quoted Lord Jesus saying, "Truly, I say to you, unless you repent and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven." He illustrated the difference between children and adults with the example of the ballet school of the Missing School. They would touch all adults and put a smile on their faces. If the dancers were adults, this success would hardly be repeated. After further notes on the subject, he held a prayer and then entered the building with Mayor George Kletti and Chief Clerk Günther Köhler to bless all the premises with the promise of holy water.
After the blessing, the word was handed over to Stefanie Wichert, future director of the day care center. She looked forward to the animation of the first children in the coming week, which will be filmed in the rooms of the U3 Heinzelmännchenbau, Zwergenreich, Wichtelhöhle and Regenbogenschloss groups, and the older children in the Zauberwald and Schatzinsel group rooms. He was officially handed the symbolic key by KiTa Abenteuerland.
After the official part of the event, sandwiches and cold drinks provided an opportunity for face-to-face discussion and a tour of the entire facility.
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