Necochea, Argentina. The celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Euzko Etxea in Necochea continue, in the southern coast of the province of Buenos Aires, conditioned, like everything else, by measures to protect against COVID-19. In fact, the entire presential program that had initially been prepared has been postponed, and for the moment, activities have consisted of different virtual events. Yesterday, Necocheans were able to happily read their story published in the Basque Country, in the Berria newspaper, a two-page report by Iker Tubia.
Accompanying the report is a photo gallery of different times and moments in the 75 years of history of the Basque club in Necochea, like the planting of a Tree of Gernika, today a Basque classic in the city; the laying of the cornerstone of its building; the visit of Lehendakari Agirre in December of 1955; or different moments in the Basque life of Necochea with festivities like San Juan bonfires, or cider tastings at txotx; the Hator Hona program; and the Tamborrada, an annual activity for many years, profoundly Necochean and Basque-Argentine for various local generations. Zorionak!