Mangaluru: St Agnes Special School holds annual scouts and guides, bulbuls and cubs camp

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Mangaluru, Sep 29: The annual camp of scouts and guides, bulbuls and cubs was held on September-26-27 in St Agnes Special School premises.

On September 26 in the evening, the students had their activities such as Shramadhan, campfire and fun games. The formal inauguration was held on September 27. K Vasanth Rao - president- scouts and guides Dakshina Kannada , Bharath - assistant- state organising commissioner, the Bharath scouts, and guides Dakshina Kannada district, Sandhya – the treasurer - the Bharath scouts, and guides Dakshina Kannada district and well-wisher Harsha Kumar - Assistant district commissioner were present along with Sr Linet Maria – joint secretary St Agnes Special School, Sr Marie Christine - director- St Agnes Vocational Training Centre and Sr Shruthi - principal St Agnes Special School. After the inauguration, the kit inspection was held. Thereafter the activities such as cooking without fire, treasure hunt, adventurous games etc. were held. Deputy sub-inspector Vishwanath Rai Kadri police station addressed the group and gave the demonstration on traffic rules.

Speaker U T Khadar visited the premises and interacted with the scouts and guides and recalled his youthful days where he was involved in all these activities. He also appreciated the staff and management for giving such opportunities to these children and bringing them to the mainstream.  

Later, principal Sr Maria Shruthi lowered the flag and congratulated the staff and the students for taking part in all the activities actively and wholeheartedly.



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