Royal Commission in Jubail under the auspices of HE Chief Executive Officer Dr. Mosleh Hamad Al-Otaibi, organized on Monday in the recently opened Al-Bahar Bachelor’s Park a first of its kind program and activities dedicated for parents and youth. The event, which was also attended by a number of Royal Commission and government departments officials features a carnival-like atmosphere, opening beaches for bachelors, Folk art presentation, car showcase and competitions and fireworks display among others as the concluding event.
Event organizers expressed that Royal Commission in Jubail is always keen to create and provide the right atmosphere for the youth to reach their goals in life and help shape up their future.
“The youth almost double practiced their hobbies during their leisure time to showcase their talents and skills as they deemed ready to participate in various social, cultural and sports events”, Mohammad Al-Oraini, Social Services Dept. Director said.
As per survey done during the event, young people also perceives the event will give positive sign to close the door for marginalization or social exclusion and instead will open the door for recognition to allow them to join their families to do useful things and be involved in fruitful activities without being isolated or singled-out.
The organizing committee thanked supporters of the event especially security and traffic police, civil defense, health services program, industrial security and operation and maintenance sector for their cooperation and teamwork that made the celebration a success.The recently opened Bachelor’s Park Al-Bahar is located just after Intercontinental Hotel-Jubail and near Prince Mohammad Palace with an estimated area of 150,000 square meters with long sandy beach of 1000 meters. It contains a green space park situated in an estimated 30,000 square meters, and a sandy beach area of 20,000 square meters, and an artificial planted golf park and beach courts and designated areas for restaurants and cafes which can accommodate 670 car park. Wireless internet and TV screens at the park will also be provided to make the site more conducive for the youth.