Camorians in the spotlight: “You are the guardian of morals and values.


Emphasis was placed on the presentation of the youth, sports medal and the five Camorian allegiance medals at the Camors (Morbihan) town hall on Friday, 17 June 2022. These titles were presented to recipients by all three of the chapter committee, chapter councilors Marie-Jo Le Breton, Claude Girault, Jean Madec, and Chantal Kervarrec.

Camors daughter, I’m so happy to be with you on this special day.Marie-Jo trusts Le Breton. I am passionate about sports and community life and I would like to congratulate you. The mayor, Claude Jarno, welcomed the aid and greeted the medal winners. for your strong investment in community life. This emphasis shows that the municipality recognizes the employees and your participation in the development of youth and community life to promote sports, cultural or other activities. You are the representatives of youth movements, popular education, sports and culture, the guardian of a morality and the transmitter of the values ​​to be transferred: the taste of effort, self-transcendence, respect from others, kindness… As volunteers, you also carry the values ​​of brotherhood and selfless loyalty.

Claude Jarno invests in AL Camors football

Mayor Claude Jarno stepped forward during the July 14, 2021 promotion that earned him a bronze medal for youth, sport and relational commitment. After retiring from banking, he mainly invested in football club AL Camors. He was a member of the bureau from 1990 to 1992; was treasurer from 1993 to 1994; He was a board member from 1995 to 1997; From 1997 to 1998 he was in charge of the football school. He was its chairman from 1998 to 2001; He was vice president from 2001 to 2014. He has been a member of the board of directors since 2014.

As the head of the commune of Camors since 2014, Claude is still involved in community life and attaches great importance to the various communal, departmental and even national events that take place on the territory of the commune.underlines Joël Le Bourdiec, assistant responsible for sports and associations. Before becoming the first Camorian magistrate, Claude Jarno was elected deputy for municipal and association life, sport and tourism.

Hélène Debois, silver medalist

Retired Hélène Debois, 1.private January 2020. He worked in different structures for many years. From 1968 to 1988 he volunteered with the Catholic Education Management Organization (OGEC) at the College of Notre-Dame-de-la-Clarté in Baud (Morbihan). Volunteered on the Lambel-Camors committee (Save the Birds) from 1968 to 2006. From 2007 to 2013 he was the deputy secretary of this committee, and since 2013 Hélène Debois chairs the committee.

He also volunteered in AL Camors football in 1970 and to this day, and for many years on the festival committee. Especially in charge of reception in the Petit Bois room at the end of the Ronde des Korrigans. More than 50 years of volunteering in the service of the municipality and its residents is testament to an art of living and a gift of self in the service of the community.

Jean Lorho, an important figure

Jean Lorho, retired from the insurance field, was awarded a bronze medal in youth, sports and relational commitment.private January 2021. Jean Lorho is a key figure in the associative nature of the Camors commune. From 1987 to 2014 he was chairman of the festival committee. He chaired this committee together with René Le Louer from 2014 to 2015. From 2015 to 2018, Jean Lorho was deputy secretary of the festival committee. He became its secretary again since 2019.

Since 2018 he has been vice-president of the French association of cycling criteria organizers. He also worked for other associations in the commune, such as Bagad Bleidi Kamorh. He has also been president of Unacita de Camors for several years.

René Le Louer elected president of the festival committee

René Le Louer received bronze medals in youth, sport and relational commitment. A decoration given to him as part of the 1’s promotion.private January 2020. Commercial, René Le Louer has been involved in various sports associations for many years.

From 2004 to 2010 he was president of the Etoile Cycliste de l’Evel in Baud (Morbihan). Between 2010-2014 he was the treasurer of Etoile Cycliste Pluvignoise. For the next two years he was co-chairman of the Camors festival committee with Jean Lorho. He is the sole chairman of this association between 2015-2020. After a two-year hiatus, he was re-elected as a member of the festival committee to prepare for the 60th The Ronde des Korrigans (Editor’s note taking place July 27, 2022) and above all the Coupe de France cyclocross tours on November 19 and 20, 2022, followed by the French cyclocross championship in January 2024.

Jean-Luc Jaubert, dedication to the arts

Jean-Luc Jaubert, formerly a physiotherapist, is now retired. Honored by receiving a bronze medal for youth, sport and association commitment in the 14 July 2019 promotion.

Jean-Luc Jaubert was very interested in the Camorian association Les Amis de la peinture (deputy secretary in 2000, president from 2011 to 2018, then deputy secretary until 2021). Over the years, she has developed this association by offering children new activities such as painting lessons, sculpture, mosaic, creative hobbies, sewing and inlay making.

Along with his devotion to the arts, he also turned to his favorite sport: diving. He goes from practitioner to instructor instructor at Lorient’s (Morbihan) underwater club. More than 20 years of volunteering in the service of municipal associations and in the service of all.