The Club des Résidents Etrangers de Monaco – CREM – celebrated its 13th anniversary during an exclusive event at the AS Monaco Performance Centre at La Turbie last week. The evening was marked by the presence of the Minister of State, HE Mr Pierre Dartout, who spoke of the importance of the Club as a key player in the community.

Mrs Corinne Bertani represented the President of the National Council. HSH Prince Albert, honorary president of the Club, was unable to attend the evening, but renewed his support for CREM through a letter in which he describes the club as: “a catalyst for strengthening ties between foreign residents.”

Despite the vagaries of the weather, the reception was a resounding success, with a series of activities rich in discoveries and entertainment: – Exclusive visit to the prestigious premises of the AS Monaco Performance Centre, which demonstrate AS Monaco’s commitment to sporting excellence and the development of young talent, and an artistic surprise. The painter Djiango created a live large-format portrait as well as ten digital portraits of participants.

Mrs Louisette Azzoaglio, President of CREM, as well as the Director, Mr Alexandre Boin and the Members of the Board of Directors, took the floor to express their gratitude to all those who contributed to making this anniversary such a special moment and also expressed their pride in seeing the club grow and prosper since its inception 13 years ago.

PHOTO: Minister of State Pierre Dartout (centre) enjoyed the convivial company of residents