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Friday, February 10, 2006






LAST week, the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall was a hive of activity as students converged there to either perform at the various levels of Children’s Mashramani Competition, or lend support to participants. Among the categories for the contest were `Topical’, `Fantasy’, `Combination’, `Dramatic Poetry’, `Calypso’, `Dancing’ and `Masquerade’.

Photographer Quacy Sampson, who has been following the competition, snapped this St. Agnes Nursery School student and second prize winner of the nursery individual segment in the Fantasy category, performing ‘Glitters and More’; and students of Starter’s Nursery School performing their first prize entry, ‘Angels of Peace’, of the nursery group in the Fantasy category.

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