UncategorisedNational Action Charter celebration set

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) is set to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the National Action Charter (NAC) today (Saturday) under the theme “Our charter… is our future”.
The event, patronized by Supreme Council for Youth and Sports member, BOC member and Bahrain Table Tennis Association president Shaikha Hayat bint Abdulaziz Al Khalifa, will commence at 9am.
It is organized in cooperation with the Gulf University and is part of the committee plan to promote community partnership with national institutions and organisations. It is in compliance with the agreement signed between the two parties.
There will be two sessions marking this prestigious occasion. The morning session is due to take place at Isa Town Sports City in Riffa, while the evening session will be held at the Gulf University premises in Sanad.
A walkathon will kick off today’s programme near the National Stadium, where a variety of other competitions such as football, athletics, badminton, table tennis, short-distance races and physical fitness are also lined-up.
Late on, the second session of activities are scheduled to begin at 7.30pm at the Gulf university with the opening remarks by BOC spokesman. It will be followed by another speech by the Gulf University representative.
A music show will also be performed by the military band, to be followed by a special gesture by the university to honor members of the national handball team on reaching the 2017 World Championship in France. The awarding ceremony will then take place to honor the winners of all competitions.
The BOC, in cooperation with the Gulf university, is also setting up an exhibition to reveal its own activities. The BOC will take this opportunity to promote this year’s edition of Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa Scientific Research Award in the field of sports.
On its part, the Gulf University will announce its programmes as well as the media and interior design departments. The exhibition will also feature a number of ministries and organisations from the private sector, including the Information Affairs Ministry and Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco).

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