in      
Reserved Area

News Tiruchy Province (INT)

CHANGE TEXT A A A
Join 360° view forum
Join 360° view forum
 
Previous  |  Next
Printable View Print News   Mail to Friend Mail to Friend  Comment on News Mail to Ricopar Royan
Organic Gardening camp organised for Children
Tiruchy, Nov. 13. The children of Don Bosco Eco Clubs at Don Bosco Thanjavur gathered on 4th-5th November, 2017, for a two day training programme and workshop on 'Organic Gardening.'
View actual size | Download Photo
Children were motivated to become promoters of a green and clean world. They were encouraged to keep their surroundings clean, green, organic and plastic free zone. A rally was organized into the city, with slogans and placards creating eco-awareness with an invitation to join hands in their green campaign.  Salesian priests Father Ricopar, Father Amirthanathan, Father Gerard Britto, Father Asvin and Father John Madasseril animated the children on various topics and accompanied them in the rally.  At the end of the meeting the children carried organic seeds to their homes. Fathr Barnabass John, organized the event together with Mr. Arockiaraj.
Previous  |  Next
CHANGE TEXT A A A

Comments





Post a Comment

More News in YOUTH

Regional Councilor for South Asia Father Biju Michael Intends ``to transform lives of half a million young people``
42 Assam Migrants Rescued in Telangana by Don Bosco Navajeevan (DBNJ)
DBYA South Asia Delegates GoogleMeet Focuses on Young People Amidst Laudato Si` Year
30-Minute Film ``Zatti, our Brother`` to Premiere on YouTube on 11 June
Don Bosco Green Alliance Launches `Rethink, Reconnect, Renew` Campaign
Rate this
Current Rating
3.0
Contact via Email
 
Write Your email text message below.
Your email id:
Subject: Comments on 'Organic Gardening camp organised for Children' - Source: BIS South Asia
Comments:
Security Code:
Enter Security Code:  



BIS is the information service of the Salesians of Don Bosco in South Asia.
The information available on the site is posted by the online registered Salesians in the South Asia Region and are approved by their respective Province BIS Coordinators.


This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox and/or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 + at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768


NEWS SEARCH
Search
Province
Classification


News Subscription
  
 
RSS Feeds RSS Feeds