Be active members of our community.

We are aware that the challenges of small communities like ours are certainly not the same as those faced by large cities. However, we remain convinced that our community can offer to everyone the services and activities that any community worthy of the name undertakes to provide.

This approach would be based on two fundamental elements:

• Community unity: the wealth of a community depends on its ability to integrate into her project all individuals in the community landscape, regardless of their opinions or religious and social statuses. It is from diversity that is born harmony.

• Encourage the thirst for knowledge: the education of young generations and the establishment of specific courses appropriate for different strata of the community will be able to generate interest in the discovery of our cultural heritage. Knowledge is probably the prerequisite for a person to assume and assert its identity, its connection to revive the tradition, and to become, eventually, also an active member of the community.