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Adb, panettone supportive for a new gym

The alliance has been renewed. In the sign of sweetness and solidarity. Also for Christmas, Marchesi Bakery and the Bergamo Association for the Disabled unite to support the world of the disabled. By purchasing an artisanal banneton, you can contribute to the project of building a new gymnasium developed by the association. “The gym – they explain from the association that the 34-year-old has been on the side of the disabled with tangible support able to engage the community in initiatives always in the name of solidarity – aims to make it available to all people who need continuity of movement after leaving hospital buildings and the usual rehabilitation courses within the same hospitals “. All thanks to the willingness of Asst Papa Giovanni XXIII to give the Bergamo Association for the Handicapped a derelict wing to be restored “to create an additional service to complete the community home”.

Marchesi bakery (a brand with more than 60 years of history in the city, between points of sale in Via Borgo Palazzo, Piazza Pontida and Via Capitanio) was awarded as the best panettone in Lombardy and among the top five in Italy

The Panettone will be bookable until November 14th. You can send an email to the address [email protected] Or call 339.6143343 or 339.4024660. The collection will then be carried out at the association’s headquarters at Via Borgo Palazzo 130. A collection of social and gastronomic excellence.

This year, in fact, the bakery (a brand with more than 60 years of history in the city, among the shops in Via Borgo Palazzo, piazza Pontida and via Capitanio) took the award as the best panettone in Lombardy and among the top five in Italy. Carlo Cracow was awarded the prize to “Maestro” Silvano Marchesi in Milan last September by Carlo Cracow, one of the nationally renowned chefs. Promoters of the initiative hope it will achieve the same success it has had over the years. Always in line with the motto he has espoused, which is “Do good with good”.

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