Mangaluru: Shepherds International Academy organizes Shepherds Fest 2019

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Mangaluru, Dec 8: Vibrant and colourful 'The Shepherds' Fest 2019, was organized by The Shepherds’ International Academy on December 7 in Mangaluru. The fest is taking place in the school premises at Ivory Enclave in Attavar with a variety of food stalls, games, art and craft activities for the children and their families. The fun-filled fest is taking place for over two days from Dec 7 (4:30 pm to 8:00 pm) and on Dec 8 (10:00 am to 8:00 pm).

Dr Abdul Qadeer, advisor of The Shepherds’ International Academy (chairman of Shaheen Group of Institutions, Bidar), corporator Abdul Ravoof, advocate Abbas Narsha, managing director of AppleMart Haneef PS, director of A K Group of Companies Anil Kumar and owner of Hotel Royal Treat Barakath Ahmed were the chief guests for the day. The fest was jointly inaugurated by all the chief guests with the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Drawing and colouring, art and crafts, selfie corner, origami, pottery, tattoo and other activities are arranged for the children on the second floor of Ivory Enclave. There are over 16 food outlets with multi-cuisine dishes. The Shepherds Fest is one such fest that is open to all.

The Shepherds’ International Academy, Mangaluru arranged the fest to encourage the involvement of families and the school together in a fun and meaningful way.



Title : Mangaluru: Shepherds International Academy organizes Shepherds Fest 2019


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