Gerhard schott celebrated 75. Birthday

Gerhard schott from kupferberg was honored with many awards on his 75th birthday. Schutteln's birthday, which he celebrated at the schiffauer inn. At the head of the crowd of congratulators, the three children michaela, tanja and markus, together with the two grandchildren emma and philipp, wished the many-sidedly committed jubilarian all the best and continued good health.

Father adrian manderla and church administrator waldemar hebda expressed the best wishes and blessings of the church. For the town of kupferberg mayor alfred kolenda gave a performance. He thanked the caretaker of the local group kupferberg of the frankenwaldverein, who keeps the 15 resting benches placed around the small mining town in good order.

“So much dedication is anything but self-evident”

Bavaria’s minister for health and care, melanie huml, presented the "female angel" award in selb on thursday awarded to ten burghers from upper franconia. Special honorary commitment in the fields of health and care was thus honored.

Among the honorees was uwe rendigs, whose commitment is to children with cancer. Since 2010, he has been chairman of the foundation for children with cancer in coburg.

County navigators help

Living in a new, foreign country means more than learning a new language. Culture, social interaction, official procedures – everything is different. Integration is a challenge and needs support. That’s why the district of bad kissingen now has district navigators for education, employment and participation. Eleven people with a refugee or migration background have qualified for the program. They pass on their knowledge to people with a refugee or migration background who speak the same language and help them to find a fub.

To become county navigators, the women and men have completed a training course. These were organized by the district and caritas in cooperation. The concept was developed in cooperation with integration coordinator jessica muller and andrea herzer, education coordinator for new immigrants in the district of herzogenaurach. They were supported in their training by specialists from the employment agency, the caritas educational counseling center, a former school board member, a health insurance company and the health department.