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St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangalore visited old age home.

Published On : 25 Nov 2019   |  Reported By : media release


On 23rd November 2019, the women’s cell and college choir association of St Agnes college (Autonomous), Mangalore visited the old age home-Mother Teresa, Falnir. There were 65 inmates in the old age home.

 

The inmates were very hospitable and friendly, they welcomed the student group with their beautiful smiles. To break the monotony of their lives, students prayed for them and entertained them with dance and conducted few games and sang few songs for them.

The students contributed grocery items and they were happy to receive the same. The superior of the convent was overwhelmed and appreciated the student group for giving them an entertainment program and for their generous contributions. Mrs Prima and Sr Clara, staff coordinator of the associations accompanied the students.







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