They tell us
2021: 10th International Boule Tournament of Eurojumelages in Bad Breisig
On 28th August 2021, Peter Backes, the chairman of Eurojumelages, together with the 1st Boule-Treff Bad Breisig and the Bonn association, invited members of Eurojumelages to participate in the 10th International Boule Tournament, in Bad Breisig.
2021: First post-covid-19 French course
The course was originally planned for September 2020; due to covid-19 it was then postponed to June 2021, but finally organised in September!!
I couldn't believe it anymore, because starting with 48 registrations and finishing with19 was very complicated!!
But today the worries are forgotten and I am left with a feeling of relief and satisfaction. We had a very dynamic group composed of 7 Spaniards, 11 Germans and 1 Dane who adapted perfectly to the different course locations but were assiduously present for their class every morning from 9 am to 1 pm.
2021: Report Cycling and Walking Event NYSA-ODRA
The 10th cycling and walking meeting NYSA-ODRA, organized by the Gorzow Eurojumelage section, took place in Police between the 8th to the12th September 2021. After the meeting had been cancelled in 2020 due to the Corona situation, it was a great pleasure for all participants to meet again and spend a few days walking, cycling and exchanging ideas together. Participants of the meeting included 9 twinners from Germany, 1 from France and 19 from Poland, who met at the Doboz Hotel in Police on 8th September 2021 after a private journey. The meeting was officially opened by Adam Poholski and Tomasz Miedwiediew after dinner at 19:00.
2021: OSCAR in Wrocław
OSCAR 2021 took place from 28th June to 2nd July 2021 in Wrocław (in former times: Breslau) in Lower Silesia/Poland. As every member of Eurojumelages knows, OSCAR is an event where sport-loving twinners from several national federations of Eurojumelages meet to cycle, walk and forge and consolidate new and old friendships between people from different European countries. After OSCAR 2020 had to be cancelled due to the Corona pandemic, far fewer participants than usual met in Wrocław: only 6 from Germany, 19 from France and 17 from Poland.
Due to high incidences of corona in Germany and Poland, the Foreign Office in Germany had recommended refraining from tourist trips to Poland.