St. Anne’s Convent School, in collaboration with Councillor Gurpreet Singh, took the lead in organizing the Amrit Kalash Yatra and Swachhta Abhiyan Awareness Procession. The school’s management, Rev. Father Ambrose, and Principal Sister Siji, alongside dedicated staff and students, demonstrated their commitment to the cause. Councillor Gurpreet Singh, as the chief guest, played a key role in guiding the procession, emphasizing the importance of cleanliness and hygiene in the community.Summary
Local Community Unites for Amrit Kalash Yatra and Swachhta Abhiyan Awareness March
Chandigarh: “St. Anne’s Convent School Unites for ‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’ in Swachhta Abhiyan Awareness Procession”.
In a vibrant display of community spirit, St. Anne’s Convent School became the focal point at 8:15 AM today. They led a procession to raise awareness about the Swachhta Abhiyan (Cleanliness Campaign), with Mr. Gurpreet Singh, Councillor Ward No. 34, as the honored chief guest.Rev. Father Ambrose, the school manager, and Principal Sister Siji, joined forces with dedicated sisters, teachers, and enthusiastic students. They marched through the streets, carrying flags, placards, and banners conveying powerful messages promoting cleanliness and hygiene.What made this procession exceptional was its deep commitment to the cause. It began with a symbolic gesture – collecting earth from the Amrit Kalash within the school’s grounds. This earth symbolized purity and a clean environment, serving as a poignant reminder of the importance of cleanliness in our lives.As the procession weaved through Sector 32 market, it caught the attention of passersby and local residents. Their message was crystal clear: Swachhta Abhiyan is not just a campaign; it’s a way of life to be embraced by every citizen.
The procession highlighted the community’s unwavering dedication to cleanliness, with people from all walks of life uniting for this noble cause. It exemplified the power of unity in striving for a cleaner and healthier environment.This event not only raised awareness about Swachhta Abhiyan but also showcased a community’s strength in making a positive change. It’s a testament to what can be achieved when people come together with a shared goal – a cleaner, greener, and more hygienic future for all.
As the procession concluded, it left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of those present, inspiring them to continue their efforts in making their surroundings cleaner and more beautiful.