Students showcase talent during show

Youth & Careers

STUDENTS displayed their talents in music, dancing, drama and singing during the Don Bosco Got Talent show last month.
Principal Martin Dai said the show gave students an opportunity to display their talent.
He said show was to commemorate the birthday of Italian priest Don Bosco.
“The school was named after him and part of the celebration is in commemoration of his birthday,” he said.
Don Bosco is regarded as a father, friend, and teacher in Don Bosco institutions in 132 countries.
He was born in Italy on August 16, 1816.
He modelled his life after St Francis de Sales, the saint of journalists and a model of kindness.
Don Bosco named his new religious family, the Salesians, after St Francis de Sales.
The apostolate of Don Bosco among young people was born through the experience of Bosco in 19th century Turin, a city that attracted young farmers.
He was concerned about street children and exploited youth, criminals and the evils that affected young people.

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