Mangaluru: Colourful 'Festember' commences at Mount Carmel School


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Daijiworld Media Network—Mangaluru (CLP)

Mangaluru, Nov 8: A two-day ‘Carmel Festember’, fancy fete celebration of Mount Carmel Central School, Maryhill which comprised of lots of enjoyable games, and other fun activities kick started on Saturday, November 8 at 3.30 pm.

The event began with the invocation by the students of the school.

Chief guest Manjula Bansal wife of IGP Amrit Paul, along with the other guest lit the lamp, left the helium balloons and officially inaugurated the event.

Sr Melissa A C principal Mount Carmel Central School delivered the welcome address and introduced the guests to the audience.

Sr Carissima admin Mount Carmel Central School said, "This is a beautiful moment for all of us. This is relaxation time with family members. We need to prayer, so that the two day event will be a success".

Addressing the gathering, Manjula Bansal said, "I am happy and lucky to be here today. This is the opportunity for the students to showcase their talents. The fancy fete helps students to develop their personality ".

The two day ‘Carmel Festember’ was held on November 8 from 3.30 pm to 8.30 pm. The event will continue on November 9 from 11.30 am to 8.30 pm.

'Festember' surely was a family entertainer, informed the organizers.

The event will also help in fund raising for spacious auditorium which would accommodate more students for various activities directed towards their all round development.

Hera compered the programme. Sylvia proposed vote of thanks.

  

Comment on this article

  • Elias Cutinha, Bondel / Nagaland

    Mon, Nov 10 2014

    Congratulations. Looks very festive season.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Sun, Nov 9 2014


    Missing Bhandumam to add further color with his comments.

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  • Antony D'Cunha, Permude/Muscat

    Sun, Nov 9 2014

    Releasing of helium balloons reminds me of Shiv Khera's book "You Can Win". Does a black balloon also fly? was the question asked by a little boy to the balloon vendor. Colourful balloons usually do not represent black colour and hence, we need to develop a habit of including all colours in our celebrations.

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