Concert to save Earth

In a bid to portray the message of saving our environment, 550 students of St Joseph’s Secondary School in Suva will take to the stage in their annual concert next week to save earth.

The students performed their first dress rehearsal to parents and teachers at the school hall at Waimanu Road yesterday.

Principal Sister Genevieve Loo said the event was celebrated every year with a theme related to real-life situation.

“This year the students are performing in accordance to the conservation of our environment,” Sister Genevieve said.

“Pollution is a controversial issue because it not only affects our lives but also our envir­­onment.

“With the students’ performance, we hope to relate the message to the community to be good citizens and maintain a pollution-free environment.”

Headgirl Vinaina Raboiliku said the girls prepared well for the event.

“We are looking forward to a good show and we hope the community will learn something from our performances,” she said.

“It is all about caring for our environment people need to work together in order to control the level of pollution.

“Let’s get our hands dirty and clean our backyards before we clean our country.”

The concert, scheduled for Tuesday at the Civic Auditorium in Suva, carries the theme “We Are Stewards in God’s Garden: Let Us Recreate Our World for a Brighter Future“.



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