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febrero, marzo, junio y agosto. 

Enero: Campamento Guadalupano

3 al 31 de enero 

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ACTIVIDADES

 

 

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MEDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD

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• Merienda y almuerzo

• Diversión de lunes a viernes de 9am - 3pm

• Gorra y t-shirt personalizada con logo de la empresa.

• Seguro de accidentes

*Transporte ida y vuelta dentro de la ciudad

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