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More than 400 Male and Female Participants in the Royal Commission in Jubail's Summer Programs
 
Represented by the Social Services Department and the Culture and Sports Committee, the Royal Commission in Jubail , during this year's summer vacation, carried out summer programs for 421 male and female participants from different age groups to utilize their free time according to their tendencies and desires.
 
 The Culture and Sports Committee prepared programs in five tracks that cover different needs and wishes in order to allow beneficiaries to invest their time in more than one track. The first track was entitled Summer Fun and Skills.  It was dedicated for girls from ages 7 to 12 years old. 70 girls participated in this track which included many programs such as teaching swimming, sports and social and professional skills.
 
 The second and third tracks were entitled Summer Sports and Skills. the former was dedicated for girls from ages 13 to 18 years old. 42 girls participated in this track which included sports, swimming and technical programs. The latter was attended by 142 boys whose ages vary from 7 to 14 years old. This track included several programs such as karate, taekwondo and football skills.
 The fourth and fifth tracks were entitled Summer Languages and Skills. The former track was dedicated for women and girls from the age of 7 and older. It was attended by 104 participants and included many programs such as English Language conversation, French language and computer programming.  The latter was dedicated for males whose ages vary from 7 to 14) and was attended by 63 participants. At this track, participants learned some English Language speaking and writing skills under American and Canadian instructors.
 
These programs were presented by an elite group of  male/female trainers and supervisors who participated to deliver an enjoyable and useful service to the boys and girls of the city.
 
These programs and tracks were in-line with the Royal Commission's vision to create an attractive environment and to utilize provided services and facilities  in the city.