THE Director General of the Royal Commission in Jubail Opens the 9th Annual Flower and Garden Festival
HE Acting Director General of the Royal Commission in Jubail, Eng. Jasim A. Al-Hejji opened on Tuesday morning the 9th Annual Flower and Garden Festival in the presence of Royal Commission in Jubail key personnel, and directors of government offices in Jubail Industrial City. The festival is held at Al-Nakhil Beach and will continue for 10 days.
Upon arrival to festival site, HE cut the ribbon and visited Royal Commission Health Services and Power and Telecommunication Departments section where he was briefed on the activities and other various achievements. He also witnessed the festival art exhibition, which included paintings and pictures of domestic gardens. After that, Mr. Al-Hejji visited RC Public Relations Department wing, and appreciated the arrangement, organization, information and pictures displayed, in addition to the video show about the Royal Commission pioneer experience in previous flower festivals. Next, he toured the (38) participating agricultural companies and establishments specialized in gardens requirements.
In a press release, Mr. Al-Hejji expressed his pleasure of the remarkable evolution of the festival, as it has become a significant annual event, and considered the festival a tourist addition to the recreational facilities provided in the city. Mr. Al-Hejji concluded his speech by thanking all those who contributed to the success of the festival, especially the Royal Commission is the entity who launched the idea of holding the festival.
It is worth mentioning that flower festival is held in Jubail Industrial City for the 9th consecutive year, and attracts a lot of flowers and garden fans. A special section was assigned for the Royal Commission in Jubail for exhibiting pictures of previous flower festivals and showing videos that assert the pioneering experience of the Royal Commission in Jubail.
The festival includes various activities suitable for all society categories as it comprises cultural and educational competitions, children and visitors activities, several programs related to landscaping, in addition to numerous educational and recreational programs for youth, and familiarization with the usage of modern irrigation systems that help to decrease water consumption.