M'luru: Prestige International School & College wins smiles through Enthu Charity Drive

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Mangaluru, Nov 21: Prestige International School and College on November 19 conducted a grand charity drive fest ‘Enthusia’. With a noble mission and monomaniacal motive, the fest was organized to support the underprivileged and sick children of ‘Snehadeep’ through donation from the earned profits.

‘Enthusia’ was inaugurated by the chief guest Ramanath Rai, MLA Bantwal taluk, forest minister, Government of Karnataka and guests of honor Shashidhar Hegde, chief whip of Mangaluru City Corporation and J Surendra, corporator. Afreen Vaz, beauty pageant and first runner up of Miss Femina India 2015 also graced the inauguration.

More than 41 amazing stalls of fun games and quality food and refreshments that were organized, thrilled the visitors to the core.

Besides these, a lot of other interesting competitions such as science model making, flower arrangement, mono acting, mimicry, solo, group dances, singing, fancy dress and many more were held in the auditorium, stage 2 and other venues. ‘Scary House’ and Magic Show also added to the thrill of the day.

Special entertainment by Ocean Kids and an orchestra were held on Stage 3, followed by raffle draw tickets and prize announcements later in the evening.

The entire management team and staff led by the chairman of Prestige International school Hyderabad Ali contributed immensely to the execution of the event with a sole motto of ‘lending a helping hand to the poor and sick children’. The fest was also supported by other philanthropic sponsors.

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