He is the chosen one so that the Real one fulfills his promise, made by the realistic president, Jokin Aperribay, as soon as he finishes the 0-8 of the first Cup qualifier played in Palencia, in the New Ballast, because the Mariano Haro did not meet the security requirements of the Spanish Football Federation. Both clubs promised eternal brotherhood. La Real will take care of all the expenses of the people of the Palentino club, and also of the round trip travel expenses of the inhabitants of the town who want to go.The Becerril has already begun to announce the way to sign up to travel by bus for that Saturday. You have to register in a list that you have placed in two bars in the town of Becerril, and the deadline to do so is this Monday. The buses will leave Becerril at eight o’clock on Saturday morning of the match and return at 9:00 p.m., at the end of the commitment.The people of Becerril will also organize a meal in San Sebastian before the game, and the realistic club will give them a special treatment so they can get to know the Real’s facilities much better and also enjoy the game. Curious are some pictures that this is leaving Cup With the new format. Field Calf it is a palencia town that could write a book about the Spain emptied A corner of the region of Farmland which at the beginning of the century still used four figures to measure its population. But the figure of one thousand inhabitants was falling and now there are 754. Almost everyone knows each other. Against his team, of Third, faced the Real society in the first round And all of them have chosen the date on which the Royal will fulfill the promise he made after the first qualifying round Copa del Rey.It will be Saturday, February 22 in the match against Valencia in the Reale Arena. The promise was that the San Sebastian club would invite a party in Saint Sebastian to all the people of the town of Palencia. These days in Becerril de Campos there was no talk of anything else, making pools fantasizing why party would empty the streets to have its inhabitants in Donostia.“Aperribay He told us to look for a weekend that would fit us well to go to San Sebastian to watch a Real match. They take care of everything, he told me. The players and managers pay us the bus, the entrance and even invite us to eat. And for the rest of the people who want to sign up they invite the round trip and the entrance to the game, ”he explained Juan Antonio Redondo, the president of the Becerril. That match will be the team’s visit on February 22, at 6:30 p.m.
“We’re one big community,” she said. “It’s all considered Harbor Area, and you want to give back to those in need.” The Harbor Division has been collecting donations of toys and money, but is still looking for event volunteers as well as monetary donations for next year. “We always have start-up funds for the following year,” Pacheco said. Volunteers can call the station’s Community Relations desk at 310-522-2042. email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champThe Harbor Division began answering these requests, and last year donations helped 250 local families. The division wanted to increase that number to 300 this year. Families in the Harbor Division’s area – San Pedro, Wilmington, Harbor City and Harbor Gateway – are nominated by local public and private schools. “Schools know best of the family situations,” Pacheco said, adding that nominations are usually based on financial need. Families will celebrate today at a private party in a secret location in San Pedro, with food, children’s rides and classic holiday movies. Children will get to pick out their own presents and get their picture taken with Santa Claus. Pacheco said that the event is an opportunity for both police officers and residents to help those in need. The Los Angeles Police Department’s Harbor Division will be giving 300 families in need a holiday celebration today, complete with food, gifts, movies and activities for children. Harbor Division personnel began the holiday program 10years ago, after so many children asked them for presents. “It started out being kids calling the police station or writing letters for food and toys,” explained Officer Teri Pacheco, the youth services officer. “Usually you write the letter to Santa.” She said the requests usually indicated the child’s parents could not afford to buy holiday gifts.