3C Campaign – was successful and has come to an end

ORANJESTAD -After a few weeks long, the 3C Campaign came to an end. The 3C Campaign is a campaign created by the National Archives of Aruba to collect, learn and conserve the history of Aruba.

Although the campaign has officially ended, the doors of the National Archives of Aruba remain open to the public who want to contribute to the collection of the National Archives in the form of information, photographs, and any other material that was part of the collective memory of Aruba.

Minister of Culture Mrs. Xiomara Maduro and Mr. Raymond Hernandez director of the Aruba National Archives receive a collection of photos from Mr. Michael Arends.Minister of Culture Mrs. Xiomara Maduro and Mr. Raymond Hernandez director of the Aruba National Archives receive the history of 45 families in Aruba from Mr. Harold Frigerio. The Minister of Culture Xiomara Maduro received a collection of photographs from Mr. Micheal Arends and the history of 45 families in Aruba from Mr. Harold Frigerio.

All received material will be archived at the National Archives of Aruba and exhibited to the public. The objective of the 3C Campaign is to acquire information to archive, prepare, and exhibit to the public.

Minister of Culture Mrs. Xiomara Maduro and Mr. Raymond Hernandez director of the Aruba National Archives receive a collection of photos from mr. Michael Arends and the history of 45 families in Aruba from Mr. Harold Frigerio. Archive material submitted to the National Archives of Aruba.The Minister is very grateful to all participants who contributed to the 3C Campaign but also the entire team of the National Archives of Aruba for a successful campaign.

This campaign started with 3Cs but ended with a fourth C, Collect, Learn, Conserve and Create awareness.

Now the community is more aware of its responsibility to preserve and work with the National Archives on the collective memories of Aruba for the next generations.

Archive material submitted to the National Archives of Aruba.  Archive material submitted to the National Archives of Aruba.  Archive material submitted to the National Archives of Aruba.

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