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400 Children in Germany Attend Disney Cruise Line Community Event

posted on February 2nd, 2012 by Rebecca Peddie, Manager, Public Affairs


The Disney Fantasy recently left the shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, but not before nearly 400 children from three local schools got to experience Disney characters and a special screening of “The Lion King” in 3D. It was Disney Cruise Line’s special way of saying thanks to the community that many cast and crew members have called home while the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy were being built at the nearby Meyer-Werft shipyard.

As the children clamored to hug Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse in the lobby of the local theatre, it was clear that while most of us who were Disney VoluntEARS at the event could not speak German with the children, a smile – rather 400 of them – means the same thing in every language.

This is just one of the many ways in which Disney Cruise Line gives back to the community across our many ports of call, including The Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera and Europe.

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Suzanne on February 7th, 2012 at 11:24 pm

I absolutely LOVE the fact that Disney goes out of it’s way to recognize the communities around where the are ported. Even the ones close to home. Another reason why we are proud to to loyal to DCL!

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