The approval of the creation of the Museum and Baseball Hall of Fame in the province of Matanzas, in Palmar de Junco, at the initiative of the Sports Department, as is logical with the support of local authorities, is a sign of recognition to the more than 150 years of the well-known National Sport in the province and especially to its protagonists.
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I imagine old Quintín Bandera at the beginning of the 20th century, with his difficult temperament and the pains of those Mambises forced to hand over their weapons. Black, poor, humble and unable to accept an only credible independence on paper.
The work of mass media professionals in the province, before, during and after the scourge of Hurricane Irma has the recognition of the Yumurina population. After the event, the president of the Councils of State and Ministers of the Republic of Cuba and first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Raul Castro Ruz, highlighted the immediacy of the media and its journalists. The six radio stations in the province of Matanzas kept the information accurate and timely during the hurricane’s scourge, even working still linked to recovery efforts in each territory.
On August 15th, 2006, he died in Havana due to injuries sustained in a traffic accident, prominent sportscaster and commentator Eddy Martin Sánchez, José Martí National Journalism Award, National Radio Award and Hero of Labor The Republic of Cuba.
The scientific degree of Doctor of Science in various specialties was given to 43 professors, more numerous graduation since the opening of the higher studies in Matanzas, in an official act realized in the Concert Hall Jose White, located in Matanzas city.
Manuel Merino Amador is not exactly an omnipotent hero and famous as Hercules or Achilles in Greek mythology, it is much more, for being a laborious man and multiplying profits for his fellow workers and his native town of Calimete, thanks to the fruit Of his dedication, unconditional dedication and passion for the central Jesus Rabí where he began his working life since the age of thirteen.
On the occasion of the declaration of Cuban cuisine as Intangible Heritage at a planetary level, carried out by the Association of Societies of Chefs (World Chefs), the members of this delegation visited the restaurant La Esquina de Medio, headquarters of the Culinary Association of Cuba In Matanzas.
The National Association of Innovators and Rationalizers (ANIR) in Matanzas is developing a day of tribute to Commander Ernesto Che Guevara until the coming month of October when 50 years of his fall in combat are celebrated and the XX anniversary of the arrival of his remains is commemorated to Cuba.
“The new regulations for the exercise of self-employment in Varadero are necessary for the country, in order to achieve an ordered tourist pole and with the quality standards demanded by the international market,” said Lourdes Sarmiento, vice president of the Council of the Provincial Administration (CAP) of Matanzas that attends the economic sphere.