An intense week for Secours des hommes de Guipavas between exhibition and book fair

An intense week for Secours des hommes de Guipavas between exhibition and book fair
An intense week for Secours des hommes de Guipavas between exhibition and book fair

It’s a week that’s off to a strong start for the Guipavas Men’s Relief volunteers. Indeed, since Monday May 6, 2024 and until Friday, around thirty photos selected from all those received for the competition organized by the association are visible in the entrance to the Super U. “The public can thus discover the prints made by Studio Loïc,” indicate the volunteers. The association offers two competitions every year: one of photos with the theme “flowers” ​​and one of short stories with the theme “Birthday”.

More than 300 photos received

For the photo competition, more than a hundred participants sent more than 300 photos. The jury has already deliberated and the winners are known: Gladys Béné-Martin obtains the first prize and Léo Prévitali and Catherine Régnier, the second prize ex aequo. There remains therefore the public prize to be awarded: customers of the hypermarket and participants in the book fair, this weekend, Saturday May 11 and Sunday May 12 at the Jean-Monnet room, will be able to take part in this vote . After counting the results, a draw will be held to win the public prize photo.

30,000 pounds at the fair

As for the short story competition, the results will be announced at 5 p.m. on Sunday by the fair organizers. A few weeks before a summer period favorable to reading, the Secours des hommes association is organizing its book fair again this year: over two days, nearly 30,000 books will be put on sale at very low prices.

Practical

Book fair, Saturday May 11 and Sunday May 12, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Jean-Monnet room in Guipavas. Results of the short story competition, Sunday at 5 p.m. FREE ENTRANCE.

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