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Children’s day observed
Published on 16 Nov. 2009 11:59 PM IST
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Sunrise Kindergarten School Changtongya: Along with the rest of the nation, Sunrise Kindergarten School Changtongya town celebrated Children’s Day at the school premises on November 14. According to an official bulletin, assistant headmaster S. Sanen Longkumer speaking on the occasion encouraged the students to be more sincere in their studies and also to get involve at activities and facilities provided by the school. To mark the occasion, the school children paid rich tributes to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru by remembering him as Children’s Day at his Birth Anniversary. Highlights of the programme included presentation of songs, dances, skits, Bible recitation and fancy dress competition. The programme was chaired by Akum, teacher while Assistant Headmaster S. Sanen Longkumer distributed prizes for the achievement made by the children for the year 2009, special thanksgiving prayer was offered by School proprietress Achila. St Xavier’s school Kidima: St Xavier’s School, Kidima celebrated Children’s Day supported by Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, New Delhi n the school premises. Rev. Father Victor D’Mello S.J. headmaster of the school addressing in the occasion said Childrens Day was part of a small venture where people show love to children. Victor also expressed hope that today’s children would become responsible citizens with a bright future. According to an official bulletin, the day was marked bycompetition, merry and joy making followed by lunch. The school authority lauded Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, New Delhi for facilitating the programme. YSU: Yimchungrü Students Union (YSU) celebrated Childrens day on November 14 at Yimchungrü Baptist Church Tuensang with more than 200 children attending the programme. Some of the highlights of the programme included short story, song and drama competitions. Prizes were later distributed to the winners. The union thanked all members and well wishers for their contribution toward making the programme a success. LFS Kohima: Little Flower Higher Secondary School Kohima on Monday celebrated Children’s Day cum prize distribution at the school campus which was graced by M.C Konyak, Minister for Forest and Environment and Excise Minister. The minister in his address lauded the School authority and the Catholic mission in general for their yeomen service to the people. He also said that he was overwhelmed by the rich talents and potentialities displayed by the children on the occasion and reminded the gathering children that the future belong to the children. “We respect you and have strong confidence that you’ll lead us to a brighter future”, M.C Konyak added. The celebration was marked the presentation of enthralling entertainment programme including display of cultural items such as dances and song, drama, skits and drill by students of different classes and houses. Later, prizes were given away to the individual and winner house. (Correspondent)

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