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Maha Bodhi's charity drive
Mon, Aug 31, 2009
The Straits Times

By Chia Yan Min

STUDENTS dressed up as Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, President Barack Obama, footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, and even cartoon duo the Supermario Brothers took to the stage as part of Maha Bodhi School's Teachers' Day celebrations on Monday.

The event, held in conjunction with The New Paper's Be Yourself Day, was graced by President S R Nathan.

The president was presented with a cheque for $13,888 - money raised by the school's staff and students for the President's Challenge, an annual charity drive which has 37 beneficiaries.

 

 

 


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