Mallorca, Spain. At this time conditioned by the pandemic, Euskal Etxea Artea de Mallorca did not carry out its traditional end-of-course meal, but as it was in the post-confinement phase, it called a pintxo-pote at a local tavern; also to present awards for the contest organized by the club taking quarantine as its theme. Twenty people participated in the event. Among the winners were two children who participated in the contest with a joke and a drawing respectively.
Gotzon Merlo altered the lyrics of “Aita-semeak” to talk about the quarantine. Aupa Gotzon!
Receiving an award and a certificate were Davinia Carvallo, Teo Muñoz, Nicolás Ibarra, Mari Luz Melero, Raúl Palomino, Gabriel Esnal, Carlos Ortiz, María Àngels Ferragut, Rosa Corral, Ane Bastida, Natxo Knörr, Gorka Knörr, Aingeru Merlo, Arantza Dañobeitia and children, Ander and Asier. Participants in the contest presented jokes, songs, videos, short stories, drawings and even a ceramic piece.
Children Ander and Asier accompanied by Ana Herrera the club’s secretary, and club president Nicolas Ibarra
Davinia Carvallo, presented a ceramic piece receiving her award and an applause
Fourteen adults and two children participated and received certificates of participation as well as a prize, enough money to treat themselves to a pintxo-pote. Eskerrik asko everybody!