Institute of Sathya Sai Education Taps CDN Artists for Anniversary Cultural Show

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Miss Mace Cauilan (leftmost) and Miss Rola Cabalonga (2nd from right) receive their diplomas from the Indian Ambassador and Venezuelan Ambassadress during the event.

Miss Mace Cauilan (leftmost) and Miss Rola Cabalonga (2nd from right) receive their diplomas from the Indian Ambassador and Venezuelan Ambassadress during the event.

The audience applauds after the CDN artists render their last group song at the end of the play "The End of Education is Character".

The eudience applauds after the CDN artists render their last group song at the end of the play “The End of Education is Character”.

On December 10, 2016, Casa del Nino artists were tapped to perform during Institute of Sathya Sai Education’s Anniversary commemoration at the SGV Hall of the Asian Institute of Management Conference Center in Legaspi Village, Makati City. The event was also a belated celebration of the Chancellor’s Day as Sathya Sai Baba was born in November.
Aside from Casa del Nino Science High School Laguna students, Casans from CDN Ilagan, Isabela also performed in their colorful costumes as they did a Venezuelan dance to the delight of the Venezuelan Ambassadress Madam Capaya Rodriguez Gonzales who also presented Diplomas to Tr. Mace Cauilan and Tr. Rola Cabalonga who completed a diploma course on Education in Human Values at the Institute of Sathya Sai Education Thailand earlier this year.
Students from the Sathya Sai School Pillilia came in full force with their Pineapple dance.
The CDN Science High School students trained by Ms. Yoly Jakosalem starred in a play entitled The End of Education is Character written by Dr. Lakshmi Seetharam . CDN Malebox also sang two original songs composed by their mentor Mr. Chito Maramag who was inspired by Dr. Lakshmi’s play.
Overall, it was a tiring but fulfilling event that ended with a message from Dr. Rosario Acierto, CDNSSI President and a pillar of ISSE Laguna. The participation of CDNSSI was managed by Ms. Michelle Asiddao of ISSE Laguna.

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