May 26, 2011 School Night Program for Mothers

All worked hard; the days before and the hours before the program presented the night before Mother’s Day in Bolivia.

The Master of Ceremony began with welcoming greetings, announced the first number which is always a speech dedicated to mothers and asked the participants of the following number to get ready. These first minutes bring nervous-debut and excitement, but in the end, a lot of satisfaction on our students for experiencing the fruit of  hours of rehearsals, on parents for seeing their kids perform well, on the school staff for presenting again a well-liked show with God-glorifying numbers. As a school with Christian values, we teach our students to recognize their talents as God-given abilities to bring honor to His Name and enjoy their presentation, execution and accomplishment. Mother’s Day program requires a lot of work, but mothers deserve it.

A man’s work is from sun to sun,

but a mother’s work is from son to son and is never done.

                                                                                                  

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  1. Es verdad, el trabajo de una madre…¡nunca termina!
    Abrazos!!!!!


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