Christian School Family (part II)

DSC_0001Celebration is something we, at the Christian School, always take time for and the school’s 59th anniversary was the perfect excuse to have a special event. Our traditional ceremony includes folklore dances, dramatization of nursery rhymes, poetry recitation, choir songs,  instrumental special numbers and balloon decorations. A good festivity in Bolivia has to be LONG and LOUD; something I still don’t get used to, but I have learned to participate with enthusiasm of the merrymaking and take many pictures. After the formal ceremony that has nothing formal, we had traditional games and competitions and of course we had to finish with some refreshments: traditional salteñas (beef or chicken filled baked pastry) and cake.

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If I am to follow Mr. Train’s legacy of the school, unquestionably I have to continue with the school’s long list of traditional celebrations with all their expenses, work and long speeches. I believe Mr. Train understood the importance of family celebrations and traditions and never missed out one. These party-times at school make us work together, gives us time of excitment, relaxation and much fun. Festive occasions are experiences that create powerful memories which will keep us smiling long after they happened.

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59 anniversary Facebook photoalbum

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