PREVIEW FOR THE VALEDICTORY AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION
Applause may be best when heard, but these people have been used to second
best for so long, they're on terms with it. And applause is applause after all,
right? How does it matter whether seen or heard?
The Deaf Art And Cultural Society and The Family Service have jointly organized
a state-level competition in dance, drama, mime and painting for deaf children
in four categories - sub-juniors (5-7 years), juniors (8-12 years), youth (13-17
years) and adults (18 above). The competition was organized as part of the 44th
International Week For The Deaf celebrations that happened from September 13
to 16 to bring out the hidden talents of the deaf. There was no specific theme
here, and the participants were free to present items of their choice.
The prize distribution to the winners will be today. Some prominent personalities
will speak on the occasion, and at the end, some of the selected students will
present drama and dance to entertain the audience.
Please contact Ramesh, Deaf Art and Cultural Society, at 780-4616 for further