Orissa Primary bicycle draw

2016-06-15 06:00
School governing body members and principal Dhiren Deonarian, represen-tatives from Cash Crusaders Toti (St John and Carol John) and the prize winners. Photo: supplied

School governing body members and principal Dhiren Deonarian, represen-tatives from Cash Crusaders Toti (St John and Carol John) and the prize winners. Photo: supplied

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ORISSA Primary School’s term two fund-raising drive was unforgettable for the pupils, as a mega prize giveaway of two bicycles and consolations prizes was made even better with a last-minute sponsorship of a third bicycle by Cash Crusaders of Toti Centre.

St John and his wife Carol John learnt of the efforts of the pupils to improve their school through fund-raising and were moved to increase the prize pool.

Dr Saras Pillay, the schools Foundation Phase HOD, also sponsored a junior bicycle. The prizes were themed on celebrating the Physical Education Month of May. - Supplied.

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