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150 to enjoy special treat at Eid celebration

By SHAYAL DEVI
Friday, August 08, 2014

Update: 4:33PM ABOUT 150 people from special schools, orphanages and senior citizens homes in Ba and Lautoka will tomorrow be guests of honour during an Eid celebration organised by the Lautoka business community.

Organising committee chairman Mohammed Salim said special transport would be arranged.

"We will be bringing them to come and enjoy free meals with us," he said.

"We will start the day at 10am and we urge members of the public to come and enjoy the program.

"Children will have the opportunity to play on bouncy castles or engage in games like tug-of-war and bun eating competitions during the day-long event."








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