GRS brings smiles on special kids’ faces
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GRS brings smiles on special kids’ faces

November 27, 2017

Mysuru: GRS Fantasy Park, as part of the Happiness Festival had organised outing for about 500 children from economically weaker sections and specially-abled recently.

Ashwin Dange, Head of Business Development, speaking on the occasion said, “It gives us utmost joy to bring happiness to these children who would otherwise have never been able to come to GRS. The smiles and happiness on their faces is worth cherishing.”

Metagalli Circle Inspector Sunil Kumar welcomed the children into GRS Park. The children were from various schools and foundations across Mysuru such as Bharathi Sthree Samaja, Karunamayi Foundation, Ashadayaka Trust, Lakshmikanth Temple Trust, Chayadevi Ashrama, Lords Home, Arunodaya Trust, and selected students from various government schools.

Baliga Investments Pvt. Ltd. Chairman Subaraya Baliga, Directors Yogesh Dange, Manjunath Nayak and Dayanand Kudva were present.

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