Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Singing beauties


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From choral presentation to dance and rhythm poetry, the talent of many of this island’s young people was on display yesterday during the National Children’s Service at the Abundant Life Assembly, Bank Hall, St Michael.
The religious service, under the theme Empower Our Families: Save Our Children, was held as part of the activities to mark Child Month staged by the Child Care Board.
The mid-morning event, which attracted a number of officials including Minister of Family Stephen Lashley, was, however, an occasion for and by the children.
Drawn from the day nurseries, public and primary schools as well as some secondary schools, they showed fine talent whether singing, performing or reading the gospel.
Here, these little ones from Government day nurseries showing off their talent, much to the delight of a very appreciative congregation. (ES)


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