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SOULS RHAPSODY wins NSACS ZERO Zunheboto

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By EMN Updated: Oct 10, 2013 8:57 pm
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[dropcap]R[/dropcap]ED Ribbon Superstar, NSACS ‘MUSIC FOR ZERO’ contest Zunheboto edition was held at the town hall where over 500 people turned up to support of the campaign and to experience an evening of great music. The event started with welcome address by Tavinto Chishi, President of the Green Club, the district partner for the campaign. Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto Akato Sema in his short speech expressed his happiness and support for the multi-media campaign.
Mughavi Awomi from Kripa Foundation, who was the motivational speaker shared the importance of staying clean from drugs and alcohol; reiterated the importance of living a safe and responsible. Brand Ambassadors “Clueless Attention” yet again, delivered a gripping performance, leaving the crowd wanting for more. The audience was further treated to special appearances by solo artist Kheshepu Shohe and the 21st Assam Rifles band.
State programme officer NSACS, Dr. Rose shared on HIV/AIDS, and on the various undertakings by NSACS in spreading awareness as well as helping those infected. The band SOULS RHAPSODY was chosen to represent Zunheboto district in the finals. Volunteers from Government College rendered their invaluable service for the event. The positive energy of the crowd testified the success and impact of the campaign in the district of Zunheboto.
Earlier in the morning, the NSACS ZERO crew was able to visit Cornerstone School and Zunheboto Government College, and spread the message of HIV/AIDS to over 700 students. At both institutions, Brand Ambassadors Clueless Attention captured the hearts of one and all with their splendid acoustic performances. Officials from NSACS shared about the ZERO campaign, and how we can all contribute to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Dr. Rose, in a short speech, encouraged the students of Zunheboto Government College to live responsible lives, concentrate on developing the immense potential that is in them and to stay away from destructive lifestyles.
Vice Principal, ZGC, Dr. Vihuli Sema, thanked NSACS for organising such a campaign, and said that such activities will go a long way in creating awareness about HIV/AIDS.

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By EMN Updated: Oct 10, 2013 8:57:21 pm