Fondazione Marmo Onlus and Confindustria wanted to reward the most deserving young people in the province of Massa Carrara, who graduated in the school year 2021 2022 with honors.
Present were Matteo Venturi, president of Confindustria, and Bernarda Franchi, president of Fondazione Marmo Onlus.
The boys introduced themselves one by one and talked about their plans for the future.
“For me it is a pleasure and an honor to be able to reward you for the sacrifices you have made, especially during the pandemic period” he has declared Bernarda Franks.
“Onlus marble foundation and Confindustria – he began Matteo Venturi – aim for excellence and we are happy to have you as winners. We also want to urge you to infect your colleagues to follow in your footsteps. We are the first to finance courses to be able to employ young people, like you.”
Finally, with emotion, the boys withdrew their recognition amid the applause of parents and managers of Confindustria and Fondazione Marmo Onlus.
These are the names of the winners: Mattia Giacoma Bottalat, Camilla Duri of the Pacinotti-Belmesseri Institute, Tommaso Coppelli, Arianna Domenichelli, Aurora Santella, Margherita Trivelli of the G. Marconi Scientific High School, Eleonora Menegolo of the Zaccagna Institute, Viola Dell’Amico, Lorenzo Perlamagna, Flavio Zizzi of the Ipsseoa Minuto, Edoardo Bugliani, Anna Giulia Finocchiaro, Francesca Gargiuoli, Elena Lorenzetti, Nicole Montagnani of the P. Rossi Institute, Chiara Lenzoni of the High School A. Gentileschi, Giulia Bernacca, Eliza Dhahna Kiara, Dario Dell’Amico of the Liceo Musicale F. Palma, Veronica Ciaccio and Elisa Mosti of the Liceo Artistico F. Palma, Elena Marchini of the Liceo Classico Carrara, Vanja Kucinovic, Emma Lattanzi, Chiara Musetti, Erika Pisani of the Liceo Linguistico, Giulia Musetti, Alessia Nicolai, Anna Santini of the Human Sciences High School, Gabriele Cariati, Morena Masdea, Mattia Moscatelli and Irene Veronelli of the Pontremoli Episcopal High School.