Tribal Chairman of the DPSG Langenbrücken Rouven Kauselmann (left) and SÜLZLE Stahlpartner Bad Schönborn Branch Manager Konstantin König (right) at the check handover.
SÜLZLE Stahlpartner Bad Schönborn supports the German Scout Association Sankt Georgen
Donation on the occasion of the 140th company anniversary of the SÜLZLE Group
As part of the company’s 140th anniversary, SÜLZLE Stahlpartner in Bad Schönborn donates 1,400 euros to the Langenbrücken tribe of the German Scout Association Sankt Georgen (DPSG).
The German Scout Association Sankt Georgen is the largest association of Catholic scouts in Germany. It was founded in 1929, and today more than 95,000 scouts and guides venture out on adventures together in the DPSG. Children and young people, men and women learn together to take responsibility for themselves and others in the group. Together with their leaders they explore Germany, Europe and the world and experience themselves as a group.
The scout tribe Langenbrücken exists since 1951. In the self-built house in Langenbrücken, about 30 children and young people in four age groups are currently cared for by seven leaders. The donation is to be used to finance a training course for these seven leaders in the field of canoeing, in which all the necessary knowledge for planning and carrying out a canoe trip is imparted. Such trainings are offered for example by the German Canoe Association. Since the entire tribe would like to orient itself generally gladly further in the direction of the watersports, the planned advanced training offers an optimal basis. In addition a canoe route is naturally also a highlight of each summer camp.
On behalf of the entire SÜLZLE Stahlpartner Bad Schönborn site, branch manager Konstantin König last week handed over the symbolic check for 1,400 euros to the tribal chairman of the DPSG Langenbrücken, Rouven Kauselmann.
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