St Mary’s teachers visit Seon Ashram
Author - Harshini, Udupi Published on Oct 6 2015 2:06PM   1

Kannarpady,Udupi Oct 6 : On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi a group of 50 Teachers of St.Mary’s English Medium School Kannarpady visited Seon Ashram near Belthangadi which is meant for mentally challenged. Understanding the condition and the problems of the mentally ill, witnessing the method of treatment and extending a helping hand to their rehabilitation were the main objectives behind this visit. Groceries, clothes and other daily requirements were distributed to Ashram dwellers during the visit. A day’s salary of all the teachers were collected and donated to Ashram towards its maintenance.

The programme had been organized under the guidance of the Correspondent Rev.Fr. Fred Mascarenhas and coordinated by Principal Miss Myrtle L.F.Lewis.

Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration at Saint Mary’s Kannarpady

The students of St.Mary’s English School, Kannarpady offered flowers to Mahatma Gandhi’s photo and conducted an all religion prayer session on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi celebration. The students were enlightened by teachers regarding the life and principles of Gandhi. Principal Miss. Myrtle L.F.Lewis and the teachers were present on the occasion.

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Francis Mathias, Mudarangadi/Udupi Tuesday, October 27, 2015
A commendable and highly appreciable noble work by the teachers headed by school principal Ms.Lewis under the guidance of Rev.Fr. Fred Mascarenhas. Humanity at its best. God bless you all of you in St.Mary's School, Kannarpady, Udupi.
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