Don Bosco Mysore Summer Camp with programme of supervised, formative and recreational activities for a variety of interests was held for the Children of Don Bosco Makkala Mane, Mysore, from May 1st to 28th May 2016. The first phase of the camp saw funfilled and educative moments with Skating and Computer lessons along with other motivational sessions for the boys. Skating was a whole new experience for the boys and they strived to excel in skating, which drew a healthy competition between boys. All the fifty boys got opportunities to be trained in both these activities. Master Kevin was the skating trainer while Mr. Akhilesh handled computer lessons.
Nurturing our campers in the family environment, the campers were taken to the sprawling campus of Don Bosco, Sreerampura for an exciting activity filled camp experience from 26th to 29th of May 2016. Here the girls of Ferrando Children’s Home too joined in and both the campuses were completely dedicated to the campers. The Camp was inaugurated by Fr. Benjamin George, Rector in the presence of Fr. Freddy Pereira, Administrator, Fr. John Peter, Director of Don Bosco Makkala Mane, Sr. Lisy George, Director of Ferrando Children’s Home, Bro. Sanjay and Brother Cyril, the Camp Chiefs, Sisters and staff. Camp activities included, sports, creative expressions, art and crafts, dance competitions, treasure hunting, sing songs, short moral lessons and camp fire. All the seventy two child participants enjoyed and actively participated in it. Now the kids are happy and all set to go back to school after a joyful holiday season.
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