Good morning my insta-friends😍everyone have a good day✌
Getting to the pioneer-camp started During their stay in the summer pioneer-camps, at
parents’ work (the trade union line issued a ticket - on the first photo). It was free🚩. The shifts were mainly for
21 days. 👧👨The counselors were students of 2-3 courses of pedagogical institutes and colleges. Each
student had to work on shift out necessary - it was a practice included in the curriculum. 🌞The spirit of the collective, the motto "One for all and all for one" was cultivated here as well
There were about 10 detachment in the camp.Each detachment had its own name, motto,
and utterance. Collective affairs, life with a couple without parents left their romantic trace. ⛺The pioneers worked hard, engaged in socially useful work, and lived according to the strict
order of the day. Leisure among the children also was not childish at all: the main
entertainment in the summer camps was Zarnitsa, a military sports game that looked very
much like the soldier's military exercises. 🏃Within the framework of the game, each of the two
teams had to master the enemy's flag as quickly as possible. 🚩Each participant wore
epaulettes on his shoulders. If a member of the team was torn off one shoulder strap, he
could not run and just walked, and if both the shoulder straps - he was "killed."
🔥Traditionally, the shifts ended with a big bonfire. The whole squad gathered together, sang
songs, joked. And they also wrote wishes and put signatures on the pioneer tie. Their
number was a kind of measure of attitude. They exchanged addresses, cried, did not want to
say goodbye. They assured that they would meet next year.
🚩In September 1991 at the 22nd Congress of the Komsomol the role of the Komsomol was
declared exhausted, and the Komsomol organization, together with the All-Union Lenin
Pioneer Organization, officially ceased to exist😢 (the photoes were taken in the internet).