Royal Commission in Jubail, represented by Social Services management recently launched 40 summer programs and activities focusing on recreation and entertainment for the development of citizens learning skills and talents and in improving human potentials for competition and innovation.
Activities are designed to allocate different age groups ranging from children to young people, girls and women, and retirees as well, as general programs for the community fit more than one age group. Summer programs have been designed to suit the needs and aspirations of all age groups, between religious programs, sports and recreational play, educational and cultural courses to gain skills and to build or create various groups and clubs.
A number of sport events have been lined up including football, swimming, tennis, table and billiards, squash, in addition to patrol beach football and volleyball for young people, and competition with jet-ski "backhaul T-ski", and review of sailing, rowing and diving.
Playing court for the children and youth will also be provided at the Fanateer Park beach area as the program is expected to attract a large number of youth participants.
For Retirees behalf
Special programs for retirees have also been prepared at the Social Pensioners Hall, where cultural competition including cuisine festival for the holy month of Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr will be held.
Youth Summer courses
Ten (10) sessions to acquire skills for children and young people already began its activities in Jubail Industrial Science Center. Sessions to acquire skills for drawing, painting and paper recycling received a wide participation of about 100 children. Parental involvement adds color to the event as it brings atmosphere of love and family affection.
Women's Community Service Center in Jubail launched three sessions to learn the art of cosmetics and skin care and will continue for three weeks, and two ad hoc sessions for girls dealing with painting works for three weeks and how to prepare healthy food scheduled for one week. In the coming weeks there will be courses for children to acquire robot skills, courses for women in cooking dishes for Ramadan, and the session dedicated to the community to learn the art of photography.
Ramadan Nights for youth
In addition to sporting events and courses for young people, Department of Social Services has lined-up programs for young people especially for 30 days during the holy month of Ramadan where religious, cultural and social events will be held.
Variety of entertainment for girls will also be showcased and coinciding the event will open the Girls Club summer activities to host various cultural entertainment.
Royal Commission through the Department of Social Services is keen to give the element of entertainment and thrill to teach the children some skills and develop their creativity as well as encourage them to acquire Islamic ethics.
The summer programs in Jubail Industrial City over the years had received great interest and eagerness from the citizens of Saudi Arabia as they viewed it good opportunity to spend good time with their families in the shores while enjoying the programs and summer activities done through the efforts of the Royal Commission all for the satisfaction of residents and visitors to the city of Jubail.