Members of the Korean Children’s Union across the DPRK celebrated its 77th anniversary (June 6).
They laid flower baskets, bouquets and flowers at the statues and portraits of beaming President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il in their localities and made a bow to them.
Meetings of juvenile activists in displaying noble traits and general meetings of KCU branches were held at provincial, city and county youth league committees and youth league and KCU organizations of schools there on the occasion of the anniversary.
At the meetings speakers said that true to the intention of the President and the Chairman who regarded the work for posterity as the most important of the affairs of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the state, the respected fatherly Marshal Kim Jong Un takes loving care of all schoolchildren across the country and brings them a happy smile and rosy future with the greatest love and affection.
They expressed their determination to become sunflowers of loyalty following only the sun, pillars of prosperous future Korea, with the cleanest and purest loyalty to the respected fatherly Marshal who finds pleasure in bright and happy looks of schoolchildren and makes KCU members’ happy laughter and singing resound endlessly throughout the country.
KCU members across the country spent the holiday, seeing artistic performances by sub-branch organizations and playing colourful sports and amusement games.
Senior officials from Party and power organs in provinces, cities and counties congratulated KCU members on the holiday.
Sports and amusement games took place at schools and schools for orphans including Pyongyang Middle School No. 1, Pyongyang Primary School for Orphans, Mirae Primary School in Phyongchon District affiliated to Kim Hyong Jik University of Education, Paeksa Primary School in Sinuiju City, Haeju Primary School for Orphans, Hamhung Middle School for Orphans, Kanggye Hero Jangjasan Middle School No. 1 and Sonjuk Senior Middle School in Kaesong City.
Relays, leg-tied races, tug-of-war, mental calculation competitions and other events, which proceeded amid enthusiastic cheering, added to the atmosphere of the holiday.