"We are participating in the fiber optic master plan" informed mayor bernd hofer (CSU/LV) in the youngest meeting of the town council. Prior to this, enrico meierhof of the reuther planning office had presented the structural plan for the construction of a high-speed broadband network. The plan, which has a 100 percent federal requirement, aims to bring fiber optic cable to every home (fiber-to-the-building – FTTB). A speed of 1000 mbit/s is planned by the year 2025.

Anneliese goller from wingersdorf in the district of bamberg is the new state farmer in the bavarian farmers' association (BBV). At the state convention in herrsching am ammersee, 113 of the 121 delegates present (128 in total) gave the upper franconian their vote. In the evening, colleagues from the profession met at the goller farm in wingersdorf for a congratulatory event, which was then continued at the farmers' museum in frensdorf. Anneliese goller is in the 15. The first female bavarian state farmer from upper franconia during the first election period. The farmers' association has been in existence since 1949.

Anni fries deputy

congratulations on your 90th birthday., mr. dil!

Josif dil celebrated his 90th birthday in kitzingen on wednesday. Birthday. The jubilarian was born in engels in the former german volga region and grew up with five sisters and one brother. He attended a german school. Before the war began, the family was relocated to kazakhstan.

Since the russians did not accept german soldiers into the army, josif dil had to work as a miner in a coal mine. 1948 he married his wife katharina. Life in kazakhstan was not easy, because in his family, in his circle of friends and acquaintances only german was spoken and he was not able to speak russian.

The first steps to becoming an entrepreneur

The school seminars at the campus innovation-kultur (CIK) in kronach attracted a great deal of interest. Young people are given the first tools they need to get started with a business idea later on. 34 schoolchildren from the district, divided into eleven teams, are currently taking part in the school seminars.

The girls’ secondary school of the dillinger franciscan nuns in volkach welcomed two new fifth-graders to the school year that has just begun. The 59 students from classes 5a and 5b gathered with their parents in the auditorium on the first day of school. Principal doris roth, head of the convent sister kunigild steer, chairwoman of the parents’ council angelika martin, head of the all-day care sigrid plutz and the two class leaders birgit engel and kerstin hertle introduced themselves before the girls were put on tenterhooks and called forward by name to be assigned to their respective classes. Like everywhere else at the beginning of the school year, the students made their way to the classroom and quickly tried to get the best seat.

Bamberg – FSJ – this abbreviation stands for "voluntary social year": a model in which young people between the ages of 17 and 27 spend several months doing voluntary work for a social institution. So did the two high school graduates kathrin zeichner and melanie rottmann from bamberg.
Whether facilities for children and youth welfare, hospital or old people's home. Whoever decides to do a voluntary social year or the federal voluntary service can choose between many different placements. The annual survey of catholic volunteers showed that the level of satisfaction is above average, especially in bamberg. In 2014/15, 35 people in bamberg completed a federal voluntary service (BFD) and 58 a voluntary social year (FSJ). The majority of the volunteers are between 18 and 21 years old and have just graduated from high school.
The reason for the FSJ or BFD is obvious: many students have finished their school education and have no idea what to do with their lives now. Some may know right away what career paths they want to take in the future, others may not. This was also the case for the high school graduates kathrin and melanie. While their former classmates from the maria war gymnasium immediately rushed off to study or took time out abroad, the two decided to do an FSJ in bamberg. Central reason: to find out if "something social" is happening as a future profession is suitable for them.
The two volunteers took different paths in their choice of assignment. Kathrin worked for a year in day care at the caritas senior center in st. Germany. Josef. Their activities focused on providing a structured daily routine for the elderly and entertaining them with activities. Melanie, on the other hand, was in the youth culture cafe "after all" and had less to do with the young people themselves, but she still had to bear responsibility. Her tasks were mainly organizational, such as public relations and the planning of events.

Reasons for satisfaction

Like many of the volunteers in bamberg, the two former fsjers view their past year very positively. According to the survey, the high level of satisfaction is due to the good support provided by the sponsors – the caritas association for the archdiocese of bamberg and the association of german catholic youth, diozesanverband bamberg.

"Heier wor des horschdorfer christkindla do", it often used to be. The old ones meant with it that the gifts to the christmas feast on holy evening have turned out a little sparingly. And not infrequently there has been nothing at all, which in earlier times of need was quite conceivable.

What is it about the "harsdorfer christkindlein"? On himself? The harsdorf local historian dieter eichner has investigated this question. "Once the gilded figure of laurentius in the former harsdorf church could have been the christkindla. It is said to have once stood on the gallery in front of the organ after it was no longer placed at the new altar. Later it was placed in the attic of the church. The figure was almost a meter high and has disappeared without a trace. The lute boys are said to have made a joke and placed the figure at the sound hole. They love to look down into the village until the community servant, without any order, has fetched the figure and allegedly buried it in his oven at home."

With the opening of the aquaria outdoor pool, which is scheduled for pentecost saturday, 19. May, is planned to come some restrictions on the bathers. The adventure pool in the indoor swimming pool, the paddling pool for babies and children, and the outdoor pool with the current channel will remain open during the outdoor pool season, which is expected to last until the 10th of june. September will be closed.
The current staffing situation at the aquaria is to blame: "we currently do not have enough supervisory staff to be able to offer these areas in addition to the open-air pool during the summer months and at the same time ensure safety", aquaria operations manager jorn pakobnick-kirchner explained in an interview with the tageblatt on monday. "We are a combined pool and therefore do not have the option of closing the indoor pool completely in the summer and then deploying the staff in the outdoor pool", suc's authorized signatory joachim gronau explains. "We need additional staff."
But this sounds easier in theory than it is in practice: so far, no suitable applicants have applied for the open positions as swimming pool attendant or lifeguard, pakobnick-kirchner reported. The positions were even converted from temporary to permanent contracts. The aquaria also trains pool attendants, but it is currently extremely difficult to find applicants for training positions.
It's clear to gronau and pakobnick-kirchner that the job is obviously not the most attractive one. The working hours were often in the afternoons and evenings and sometimes on sundays. But to be able to show the positive side of the profession, the aquaria is increasingly offering internships. "And we are in contact with the vocational schools in coburg to see if we can find some people who might be interested", said gronau. "We are searching on all channels and with all media!" this also includes an appeal to the population to make the job offer known. Gronau can imagine a bonus for a successful mediation.

2500 unoccupied positions

By the way, this is not just a coburg phenomenon: there are about 2500 vacancies in swimming pools nationwide. "However, we are not giving up hope of finding at least one rescue swimmer for the supervisory service and are happy to hear from anyone who is interested.", says the plant manager. Three years of training to become a pool attendant, only a few weeks to become a lifeguard. The applicant must of course be able to swim "and save another person in the process", according to pakobnick-kirchner.
At present, eight people alternately supervised the indoor and outdoor pools in coburg as swimming masters or lifeguards and ensured the safety of the pool's guests. "But we need ten supervisors to operate the outdoor and indoor pools without restrictions, as we do now." this is the only way to comply with the working hours and the legally prescribed rest periods, pakobnick-kirchner refers to the provisions of the collective bargaining and labor law. "Our employees also need a weekend off once in a while."

The young union is making a second attempt to create a youth parliament. The administration should draw up bylaws for a youth parliament, according to a motion submitted to the city council.

This should pave the way for the young people of herzogenaurach to elect their own parliament. This could be called youth advisory board, youth council or youth parliament.

With the financial support of the honorary citizen of kulmbach, hans-albert ruckdeschel, and his wife margit, the kulmbach district traffic watch once again showed itself to be generous when the 500 or so first-class drivers in the entire district of kulmbach were equipped with warning discs in time for the start of school. The handover took place at ziegelhutten elementary school as an example.