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DPC visits Sharon Home of Hope

By EMN Updated: Aug 16, 2014 1:38 am


MEMBERS of Dimapur Press Club (DPC) and residents of Sharon Home of Hope had a quality time of fellowship to share the joy and encourage one another on the occasion of Independence Day celebration.
DPC vice president, Akangjungla, motivated the children to have faith in oneself with a set goal in life’s journey. She narrated an inspiring story from the life of an athlete Dereck Redmond with a message to never give up in life but to hold one’s head high even in the midst of adversity. She advised the children to have faith in themselves and seek help from elders to overcome obstacles in time of difficulty.
DPC president, Moa Longkumer, encouraged the children by pointing out that they are fortunate to dwell together as one family as compared to other kids who do not have a place to call home, or those who want to study but cannot go to school for various reasons.
He advised the children to set goals and strive hard to achieve and make their lives better by inculcating moral values and hard work.
Proprietor of Sharon Home of Hope, Kechungai, briefed the visiting Club members and also introduced the children. The Home, which was established in 2005, houses 40 children including 10 orphans.
The programme was led by DPC general secretary Paudi Renta. Besides sharing eatables, the DPC donated stationeries and food items to the home.

By EMN Updated: Aug 16, 2014 1:38:40 am