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Bavarian Constitutional Order: Three honorees come from the Miesbach district

2024-03-01T04:24:47.822Z

Highlights: Bavarian Constitutional Order: Three honorees come from the Miesbach district. Markus Wasmeier, Wolfgang Hodbod and Alfred Aigner are among those honored. Wasmeier created a village with 22 rebuilt farmhouses in the Schliersee open-air museum. Aigners fosters between 100 and 200 birds of prey every year at his bird of prey sanctuary in Otterfing. He also repeatedly took children into his own family at the Irschenberg Children's Village.



As of: March 1, 2024, 5:00 a.m

By: Vinzent Fischer, Jonas Napiletzki

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Markus Wasmeier was one of three district citizens who received a constitutional medal from Ilse Aigner.

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Commitment to the homeland and people in need is rewarded.

In the Miesbach district, three personalities are happy about the Bavarian Constitutional Order.

Find out who they are here.

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- State Parliament President and constituency representative Ilse Aigner presented the Bavarian Constitutional Order to 51 women and men yesterday, Thursday, February 29th.

Three of them are closely linked to the Miesbach district.

Markus Wasmeier, Schliersee Open Air Museum

He became world famous as a ski racer, but Markus Wasmeier always remained deeply rooted in his Bavarian homeland.

In the Schliersee open-air museum, the double Olympic champion recreated a village with 22 rebuilt farmhouses.

In it, Wasmeier brings culture, tradition and crafts to life.

Wasmeier has now been honored for the project and his commitment to people in need.

Wolfgang Hodbod, Irschenberg Children's Village

Numerous children have found a home thanks to the support of Wolfgang Hodbod.

As head of the Irschenberg Children's Village (Miesbach district), he looked after children, young people and unaccompanied minor refugees.

Among other things, he ensured that children do not have to recount their traumatic experiences over and over again.

He also repeatedly took children into his own family.

Alfred Aigner, Otterfing reception station

Alfred Aigner gives birds of prey a second chance.

The trained falconer has been caring for injured, orphaned or weakened animals for over 40 years.

At his bird of prey sanctuary in Otterfing (Miesbach district), Aigner fosters between 100 and 200 birds of prey every year.

He cares for up to 30 patients twice a day.

“An outstanding commitment,” says the laudatory speech.

Vincent Fischer

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Source: merkur

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