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Steeple Education Society celebrates Christmas Day

Steeple Education Society, Steeple Ngo

New Delhi: Steeple Education Society on Saturday celebrated Christmas Day. Around 100 children were gathered during the day-long event in which children participated in various events.

During the event, girls performed group dance at various Bollywood songs including ‘Desh mera rangila’, ‘Beti Hindustan ki’ and others while boys did a mesmerising performance on ‘Ye desh hai veer jawano ka’.

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All the performances spellbound the guests as well as the audience.

“Today we celebrated Christmas Day wherein many children participated. We organised various events such dance, drawing, singing competition etc. In which, children participated with full fervour,” said Sujata, teacher at Steeple NGO.

During the event children were also made to interact with each other and discuss their future planning like eight-year-old Sikha wanted to be a doctor while 10-year-old Sanchit has a dream to be an astronaut. Guests were also happy to see the enthusiasm of these children.

“I am very happy see that someone at our locality making efforts for such deprived children. I want to wish all of them Merry Christmas and children a message that we should live together with love and help each other,” said R.K. Jain, Guest at the event and President of Seniors Hub Dwarka.

Another guest and General Secretary of Seniors Hub Dwarka, Ravi Jailtey, endorsed Jain, saying, “Spread love and keep moving ahead.”

Subhash Midha, ex GM Finance Account, NAFED and Dr. Devender Dutt Sood were also present at the event as guests and their extended their wished to the children.

Though many small children dressed as Santa Claus were not able to narrate their happiness but it was reflecting on their faces that how much they were enjoying the atmosphere. They were happy to become baby Santas.

Pradeep Kumar Gahlot, President, Steeple Education Society, said, “Today we celebrated Christmas Day at out NGO. Many children participated in the program where they took part in various activities. Though these children come from underprivileged families but we are envisioned to form a society with equality and mitigate the disparity. ”

Treasurer of the NGO, Rajesh Rathi, said that we made tireless efforts to deliver a cute smile on the faces of these children. I believe if we can’t change their destiny, we can at least make their day.

Steeple NGO General Secretary Deepak Garg hosted the entire event. “These children are the future of the country and if we can do something for them now then nothing could be greater than that for me,” he concluded.

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