MINERA TRES VALLES CELEBRATES CHILEAN INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH WORKERS

MINERA TRES VALLES CELEBRATES CHILEAN INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH WORKERS

Together with workers and local authorities, Minera Tres Valles celebrated the 222nd anniversary of the national independence of the Republic of Chile.

 

In an austere event, but with a lot of patriotism, our company commemorated the national holidays together with three marching bands from Salamanca, Chilean folk songs, and the national dance, the Cueca.


The marching bands from the San Sebastián, Corazón de Jesús and San Francisco de Asís schools were present with approximately 100 students. The children participated by playing with their bands to commemorate the national holidays in spirit at our offices located in Quilmenco.


Authorities from the Army, Police Officers, and the Chilean FBI, together with representatives from the local municipalities, accompanied us in this emotional act, where workers who completed 10 years working at Minera Tres Valles were also recognized.


Along with local folk artists from Manquehua, we were accompanied by Misaldo Astudillo, director of the Manquehua School, who delighted us with his tunes.


The Cueca dance to the flag was performed by the shift manager of the SOMACOR security company, and the winner of the national Cueca contest, Leandro Gallegos.

MINERA TRES VALLES HOLDS TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION ALONGSIDE OUR WORKERS AND THEIR CHILDREN

MINERA TRES VALLES HOLDS TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION ALONGSIDE OUR WORKERS AND THEIR CHILDREN

 

On Thursday, December 12th, 2019, in the touristic venue Taukán in the county of Salamanca, the end of year party was held for the company’s workers and their families.


More than one hundred workers and their families took part in this celebration, which had various recreational activities for both children and adults, and through which Minera Tres Valles brought the year 2019 to an end.


There were Disney characters and it was a lovely day for swimming in the pool, the celebration ended with the arrival of Santa Claus who gave the attendants gifts and bags full of candy.


MTV’s Human Resources Manager, Eduardo Reyes Chacón, highlighted that this celebration “allows us to deepen the connection between workers and to gather as a family. Through this ceremony we could take a break from our daily routine and get to know the people who make up other areas of our operation, something that undoubtedly allows us to build up our team of workers and by interacting with our families that form a key part of our support and motivation.”