Mangaluru: The management, principal , teachers and the students of St. Mary’s central school of Kinnigoli presented a strong and unique message ‘Save Earth & Protect Humankind’ on the 5th annual day celebration of the Institution.
V.Rev Fr Vincent Francis Monteiro, Correspondent of St. Marys instution presided, Mr. Ivan D’Souza, Chief Whip Karnataka Legislative Council, Mr. K. Ananda, Director of Public Instruction, Pry education were the Chief guests. Rev. Paul Sequeira, representative of CBE,Mr. Vincent Vinod D’Souza, Vice President, Kinnigoli Church , Rev.Fr Sunil Praveen Pinto, Principal & Mrs, Anitha Pinto, Vice President of PTA were present on the occasion.
Mr. Ivan D’Souza congratulated the management, principal, teachers and students for their zeal to create social awareness along with value based excellent education through St Mary’s Central School and wished all success in future. Mr. K Ananda appreciated the objectives of the school to provide the best education to everyone. Fr. Sunil Pinto presented the Annual Report.
Mr. Vinod Gangolli and Miss Namana Shetty were honored on this occasion.
In the beginning, the student entertained the audience and the parents with their tiny tots and beautiful dances. The Multimedia Presentation ‘Save Earth & Protect Humankind’, written by Vinod Gangolli, was the centre of attraction of the celebration. It contained a combination of drama, dance and video which made the audience to experience a new theatrical world on 3 attractive stages. Little students with colorful costumes and stunning talents mesmerized the packed audience and gave a strong message to save our mother earth and to save humankind.
Fr. Vincent Monteiro welcomed and Mrs. Ranjeetha thanked all. Mrs. Romia D’Costa compered the programme.
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