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St Mother Theresa Vichara Vedike Mangaluru organised competitions in the city

Published On : 21 Aug 2022   |  Reported By : media release

St Mother Theresa Vichara Vedike Mangaluru on the occasion of 25 th death anniversary of Mother Theresa had organised Essay and Drawing competitions to the schools,colleges and the general public in and around Mangaluru on Saturday 20 August 2022.

The competitions were held in the Milagres PU College campus in Mangalore, where more than 500 enthusiastic participants from 78 schools and colleges n general public took part in the competitions and made the event successful.

The competitions were held from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm. Each of the competition had 3 categories. The participants were served breakfast and necessary material for competition. There was no entry fee.

St Theresa Vichara Vedike is a platform of like minded people those wish to share and inculcate service mind that of Mother Theresa. There are more than 100 members from all walks of life. Mr Roy Castelino is the president, Rev Rupesh Madtha is the Coordinator and Mr Sunil Kumar Bajal is the General Secretary at present.

Sushil Noronha, Sumathi Hegde, Flavy Dsouza, Dolphy Dsouza, Asumptha Dsouza, Yogish Jeppinamogaru, Dr Krishappa Konchadi, Revanth Kadri, Stany Crastha, Althaf Thumbey, Shahid, Shanthi Dias, Florine Dsouza, Diana Dsouza, Flavy Crasta, Shalini helped to conduct this event smoothly.

The 25 th Death Anniversary will be commemorated on 9 th September 2022 at Town Hall from 3.30 pm onwards with variety of programs in the presence of thousands of people. The general public is welcome for this mega event.

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