North Ruimveldt Multilateral Secondary emerges winner
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South Ruimveldt Secondary’s Rashidi Ceres showcasing 'Frolic Harmony' with faces of Guyana, designed by Quacy Welcome (Samuel Maughn photo)
South Ruimveldt Secondary’s Rashidi Ceres showcasing 'Frolic Harmony' with faces of Guyana, designed by Quacy Welcome (Samuel Maughn photo)

–to represent Georgetown in National Schools Mashramani Competition 

North Ruimveldt Multilateral Secondary is set to represent the Georgetown District at the National Schools Mashramani Competition when it starts next week.
The school emerged winner yesterday during the Georgetown leg of the Children’s Mash competition at the National Cultural Centre (NCC).NCC rocked with screams, shrieks and shouts as students came out in their numbers to support their schools and participating colleagues.
Wednesday’s competitions saw students in the 11 – 13 and 14 – 17 age groups competing in six categories: Masquerade, Legends and Traditions, Social Commentary, Religious Beliefs, Interpretive Dance, and Hip Hop.
Secondary schools from all across Georgetown took part in the activities, which was a continuation of the Children Mashramani celebrations that began in Georgetown on Monday.
The competition continues today with the Costume Competition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH); tomorrow, also at Sports Hall will be the physical display competition.

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