Starting tomorrow, Friday 9 dan in Murcia Penitentiary II (Campos del Río) the Cultural Days of the Templars of Jumilla with teachers IES Cartagena Polytechnic Abellan Eugenio Martínez, Technical Professor of Welding and Germán Villalba Madrid, Professor of Systems Electronics, creators of the project "The Peral Submarine sails again" held in Cartagena educational institution;
an exact replica of naval ingenuity invented by Murcia born in Cartagena, Isaac Peral, a 1/5 scale Murcia built by students aged between 13 and 15 who are studying in the educational center of the port city.
Inmates in the prison, with proven ability in crafts, recyclable materials, modeled on the "Peral Simon" property of the Templars of Jumilla, to apply this name in honor and allusion to the author of the former inmate said center, they will present the speakers with a pair of submarine Peral, hull have been built with poplar wood from fruit boxes for disposal, in strict application of the guidelines of the Department of Penitentiary Institutions (SGIP) in optimization resource.
The event is part of the commemoration of the XI Cultural Crusade Templar Bailiwick of Jumilla which includes the Phoenix Project Prisoners of Fine Arts and Crafts created in 2006 by Christi milites Murcia town famous for the temple of its wines, through which employed as therapy and combating social exclusion fine arts, crafts and exhibits for the Spanish geography, the Templar project since its inception pays special attention to the boarding subject to Suicide Prevention Program (PPS).
The Templars Jumilla Association for the second consecutive year, enjoys the status of "partner NGOs" in prisons MII, and granted by the SGIP Daroca under its wholly altruistic cultural activities as reported worthy of all credit sources Templar.
Source: Templarios de Jumilla