Special Correspondent

A group of students form organisation to adopt some villages in Guntur, Krishna districts

GUNTUR: Fourth year in a row, Helping Hearts Organisation, a students’ initiative to take up charity among the deprived classes in villages, will organise a fund-raising event that would bring entertainment to people of Guntur a week ahead of New Year celebrations.

If you are a fan of some of the popular cine heroes and heroines just look out for some T-Shirts signed by your favourite star to be won as prizes in some of the events during the two-day fun-filled evenings on Saturday and Sunday.

A group of students from NRI Medical College, RVR&JC Engineering College started the organisation to adopt some of the villages in Guntur and Krishna districts.

At a press conference here on Friday, Helping Hearts president B Nanda Kishore and office-bearers Tarun, Rajavardhan, Spandana and Anupama said the event would be organised on the premises of Dr. K.L.P. Public School near JKC College.

Children accompanying their parents would not be disheartened as they too have some competitions and games to play at the various stalls that would remain open from 5 p.m. on both days.

Theme

The theme for the first day was Little Village where an atmosphere would be created to match the village conditions and competitions in body building, Sodoku, T-shirt painting, Karakoe, pet show, rangavalli, cookery and flower arrangement would be organised.

Organising committee members Lakshmi Shravya, Avinash, Anupama and Harish said there was scope for every age group of participant and for every hobby or interest they pursued to display the talent in a festive atmosphere and hoped that people would come out in large numbers to support a cause.

On Day Two, ‘Beat It on Sunday’, a treasure hunt would be organised for girls in the city . For the kids there is clay-modelling, drawing, colouring, runs and hurdles, while for the adults juke box, expressions, paper dance, LAN gaming, arm wrestling and catch a fish would test their talents.

A single entry fee for both days of the show and it would offer people all the fun and some of the items used by cine stars in the movies would there up for grabs, they added.