Sancti Spiritus Builders Back from Santiago de Cuba

Jose Luis Camellon

The devastated city was in need of assistance, and dedicated work, and that was precisely the mark left by the almost 50-men brigade from Sancti Spiritus’s engineering forces in that eastern Cuban territory.

Little Estefany spent almost three hours waiting to hug her grandfather Julio and her father Lazaro. She didn’t care about last Thursday’s cold weather; she just wanted to meet them and hear about what they both did while in Santiago de Cuba, where they stayed for more than two weeks.

The girl was happy, and so were the people who gathered to welcome back the construction workers who helped to clear Santiago de Cuba’s  streets after hurricane Sandy.

Despite being tired due to the long journey home, they managed to brief their relatives on the work just carried out, and the new experiences they lived. Co-workers and local authorities were also present in the ceremony.

The devastated city was in need of assistance, and dedicated work, and that was precisely the mark left by the almost 50-men brigade from Sancti Spiritus’s engineering forces in that eastern Cuban territory.

 

 

 

 

 

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