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Yunarmee Viktoria Apostolova from Tver became one of the winners of the All-Russian competition for schoolchildren “Big Change”, the final of which was held from October 31 to November 5 at the International Children’s Center “Artek”. She successfully passed all the tests and was highly appreciated for her project “Crane Wedge” in memory of the national heroes.

Victoria is in 11th grade at school number 49. She has been with the Youth Army for the third year already. He is the commander of the detachment named after Hero of the Soviet Union Stepan Gorobets, created at the Center for Patriotic Education of Youth in the Kalininsky District of the Tver Region. According to the girl, “Big Change” is a great chance to realize yourself in life, to show what you are ready for and to decide on your future profession.

“The competition was held in several rounds and most of all I remember the“ Team competition ”. At this stage, we gave three cases, we chose the one that was associated with the local history museum. After analyzing the situation in the region, the guys and I came to the conclusion that the Tver region lacks just such museums. This was the beginning of our history of creating the project, ”noted Victoria Apostolova.

The girl immediately decided that participation in the “Big Change” would be associated with the patriotic education of young people. Her team included Yuri Lyashko from the school where Victoria herself studies, Emilia Kuznetsova from gymnasium No. 10 and student of Lyceum No. 1 Anna Lenskaya. The children were mentored by the head of the Center for Patriotic Education of the Kalininsky District, a veteran of military operations Sergei Shchukin.

Realizing the importance of the topic and based on the work already done (in the summer the Yunarmeys conducted the rally “Crane Wedge”), the team chose the “Remember” direction. The guys wanted to show the importance of maintaining peace and preserving historical memory among today’s youth. This is how the idea of ​​a mobile tent museum was born, which was named “Crane Wedge”. For complete immersion in the atmosphere, it is planned to use digital technologies that will even reproduce smells. Visitors will be able to shoot from a trench, provide first aid, and familiarize themselves with wartime equipment. The guides in the museum will be Yunarmeys from the Tver region, who in this way themselves learn more about history, and also convey to all visitors the main idea of ​​the “Remember” direction.

“With their project, the guys showed that today’s generation remembers and honors those who died in various wars and local conflicts. The lessons of the past must not be forgotten in order to prevent such bloodshed again. This is the main idea – to live in peace and friendship. We hope that the project will receive support not only in the Tver region, but also in other Russian regions, ”the Yunarmiya press service emphasized.

According to the results of the “Big Change” competition, Victoria Apostolova was among the 300 winners who received 1 million rubles each. These funds can be used to pay for commercial training. It should be noted that two more Yunarmeys became finalists of the competition. This is a student of the Penza gymnasium No. 6 Natalya Erdeli and Dilyara Galieva, who studies at school No. 31 in Nizhnekamsk. They also became owners of 1 million rubles.

Let us remind you that in the International Children’s Center “Artek” the final tests of the All-Russian competition “Big Change” were held, which brought together 1.2 thousand schoolchildren from different regions of Russia. The purpose of the competition is to give every teenager an opportunity to express themselves and find their strengths in the modern world.

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