BLC children shine on Talent’s Day

By Reena Pillai

United Way Bengaluru, Target and implementing partner Vidyaniketan jointly organised Talent’s Day on 21st January, 2017. Nearly 200 children and parents from 12 anganwadi centers supported under the Born Learning Campaign participated in the celebrations.

Children sing and twirl in their colorful dresses

Organized at the Thanisandra school campus, children aged 3-6 years rendered heart-warming performance in singing, dance, quiz and story-telling.

Children performing a folk dance

The Chief Guests for the event was CDPO Prakash who on the occasion expressed his delight on the event and performances of the children. “I’m extremely happy to witness such talent in these young children. Such events must be encouraged among children to ensure their all-round personality development. I thank United Way Bengaluru for supporting these anganwadis under Born Learning Campaign and Vidyaniketan for being an exemplary implementing partner”.

CDPO Prakash (Center) with the felicitated anganwadi teachers

The other Guests were Nagaraj – Director of Vidyaniketan; Shrimati Renuka – Headmistress of Government High School, Thanisandra; Sharadamba- Supervisor, Department of Women and Child development.

It was momentous occasion when all the anganwadi workers of the 12 centers were felicitated for their commitment and dedication towards their work.

All anganwadi workers from the 12 centers were felicitated on the occasion

On the occasion, HC Mahesh and Ajay from the United Way Bengaluru programs team were felicitated too. The event ended with a sumptuous meal and everyone went home with wonderful memories.

UWBe team members Mahesh and Ajay were honored on the occasion