RCJ Honors Retirees
Under the auspices of HE Eng. Jassim A. Al-Hejji, Dir. Gen. of the Royal Commission in Jubail, the Royal Commission in Jubail organized yesterday an honorary celebration for its retirees, which was held at the RC Beach Camp, and was attended by Deputies of the Director General and RCJ Department Directors.
The celebration began with a speech of H.E Director of Public Relations Dept., Mr faisal H. Al-Dhufairi who emphasized that the celebration aimed at honoring our retired colleagues whom we salute with respect and appreciation in recognition of their efforts that contributed to enriching the experience of the Royal Commission. Mr. Dhufairi added that this occasion was a true manifestation of our appreciation for their contribution, throughout their career, to the growth and development of our beloved country which we would be proud to serve. Afterwards, an entertainment interlude took place, in which some honorees and audience participated, and made for a happy jovial atmosphere. Then HE Eng. Jassim A. Al-Hejji delivered an extemporary speech thanking the retirees for all effort made throughout their careers, and praised such efforts, emphasizing that retirement is by no means the end of the road, but a beginning of a new phase of their lives after the long years serving the Royal Commission. Mr. Al-Hejji then concluded his speech by thanking the retirees once again, assuring that the celebration was the least that could be offered to them. Then, Mr. Mosaed A. Al-Massar, Dir. Gen. of Financial & Administrative Affairs gave a speech praising the honorees, and assuring them of their high status at the Royal Commission, as they participated in paving the path of success enjoyed by the Royal Commission today, and he also noted that the retirees and their children would continue to enjoy all health and social care benefits and that is the least that can be done. Engineer Jassim Al-Hejji then handed over thank you and appreciation certificates and souvenirs, and memorial pictures were taken of all (25) retirees.