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russians destroyed a ski resort in Chernihiv. Ski and biathlon competitions have been held there for years.
Despite the destruction, since May, the resort has started to resume biathlon training for children. They are training on a small part of the track that has survived. Children are also warned not to go far, because there is a danger that unexploded shells may remain within the ski resort territory.
For reference: It is referred to the Olympic Reserve specialized children’s and youth sports school (ski resort). It was established in 1977, and later developed. It even included a hostel for athletes.
Natalia Mykolaivna from the village of Lukashivka in Chernihiv region lost her home at the beginning of the full-scale war (during the first days of the russian occupation of the village). However, BUR volunteers together with Repair Together team managed to build a house from scratch for Natalia Mykolaivna. Currently, the activists from BUR are doing interior repairs, and journalists have the opportunity to film this process.
If more people join the volunteers of BUR, Ms. Natalia’s family will be able to move into their new home by Christmas.
Beauty volunteers who help residents of the liberated villages of Kyiv region, plan to come to the Chernihiv region settlements, which were severely affected by the occupation. Masters will manicure nails, put-on make-up, make hairstyles, haircuts for free to everyone who wishes and talk to people about their experiences. Such visits are planned to be made on a weekly basis.
For reference: The idea of beauty volunteering for the de-occupied villages belongs to Olha Belytska, Make-Up Artist. Together with like-minded people, Olha comes to de-occupied settlements of the Kyiv region weekly to help people who survived the horrors of the occupation feel beautiful again. For six months of work, beauty volunteers managed to serve more than a thousand people.
UAH 4.5 million are needed for the restoration of Chernihiv Central Library named after Kotsyubynskyi, which was partially destroyed by the russians during an aerial bombing on February 27. The Ministry of Culture of Ukraine announced this on its social media. The building’s roof and walls are damaged, windows are missing, internal partitions and doors were knocked out, and the heating system is destroyed. A part of the library’s catalog was also lost. Therefore, to restore the institution, the Ministry launched a special platform for collecting funds.