Mangaluru: Lourdites Annual Day 2016 at Lourdes Central School saw life and energy propelled into 'Lourdes for peace and Unity', formulated by the school this year.
The entire programme revolved around the theme stemming from the principal’s welcome statement 'What can you do to promote world peace? Go home, love your family' as quoted by Mother Teresa. The show commenced with melodious voices from the school choir singing a prayer song rendition. This was followed by items staged by the tiny tots from the kindergarten section wherein they danced to the tunes of filmy family songs based on peace. Next came the performance from students of classes 1, 2 and 3 spreading the fragrance of peace in the family and the neighbourhood.
Patriotism towards the country was dramatized by the class 4 students who highlighted the loyalty of the Indian armed forces hand in hand with compassionate loveable Mother of India, St Teresa of Kolkata. The most riveting performance which drew an unceasing applause was Sarva Dharma Bhava by the class 5 graders. The vibrancy with which India 'Lourdites for peace and unity' was conceptualized through dance drama and skits captivated the audience. The chief guest Dr Sr Shalini A C was all in praises for the little children of Lourdes Central School. The entourage of dignitaries showered their wishes on the success of the programme of the primary section.
Special thanks was rendered to the emcees of the day and the teacher of Lourdes Central School. A white handmade rose beautifully crafted by the students of class 5 as a takeaway for the audience and the guest was a silent but noteworthy end to a memorable annual day.
Rev Fr Wilson V D’Souza presided over the function. Principal Fr Robert D’Souza welcomed the gathering and presented an annual report of the school. Lydia D’Souza delivered the vote of thanks.
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