Old Boys Reunion at St Paul's Hr Sec School

Published: 27th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI:St Paul’s Higher Secondary School celebrated Old Student’s Day recently. The event saw sports and games, which was conducted for the old students.

This included traditional games such as Uri-adithal, musical chairs and shot-put. Later amidst high tea and conversation, the elder boys got a chance to interact with their alumni and classmates. Those who attended got a chance to reminisce and even sit in their old classrooms! Later in the evening, a cultural programme was held with music, mimicry and mono-acting presented by the old students. The highlight of the show was a comedy act by popular Sun TV artiste Thanga Durai, also an alumnus of the school.

Former headmasters Rev J P Yesupatham, R Nathaniel NesaKumar and Ebenezer Muthiah felicitated the old boys and recalled their memories. Chief guest on the occasion, R C Paul Kanagaraj, president of the Tamil Nadu Bar Association and an old Paulite delivered a speech and distributed prizes to the winners.

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