After the visit of Grottaglie in the afternoon, at the wonderful Tenuta Montefusco it was held the gala dinner which allowed to collect, with the auction sale of the souvenirs brought by the contestants, 560 euros for the earthquake victims of Amatrice.
TARANTO – The last stage of the discovery of Apulia was Grottaglie. With the support of Grott’Art, the multi-ethnic group has known alleys, legends and art of the city of ceramics, closely followed by Made in Taranto.
Under the careful guidance of the master Mimmo, the beautiful Rafaela Torres, Brazilian, has also successfully ventured in the realization of a jar, in the ancient Bottega Vestita.
No “long faces”, just smiles, after the competition. The relaxed faces of contestants and companions have lightened a fantastic evening that seemed to give to the international guests and the other diners, a “summer supplement”.
The Tenuta Montefusco has offered the best of traditional cuisine to the people invited by the cultural association In Progress, Rossella Fanigliulo and association “doctors for San Ciro”, the recipient of the 560 euro raised through the auction of the objects brought by the Ambassadors of Progress.
Among the others Natascha Fischer, Miss Progress International 2016 and Liz Arévalos (winner of the last edition) distinguished themselves in a particular way.
Between the courses the auctioneer, Giuseppe Borrillo urged, successfully, to win one or more of souvenirs.
The elegant musical accompaniment of the guitar duo of Fabio Petruzzi and Peppe Chiaradia was then completed by the performance of the phenomenal Gianmarco, 8 years old, who has stunned the audience with a masterful performance at the piano, as well as the Israeli Schmuel Ben Haim, a songwriter who played guitar and sang one of his songs.
There could be no better way to end the fourth edition of the pageant: ten intense days lived in friendship and peaceful coexistence between peoples, the essence of Miss Progress International.