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Vimla Convent and Hindi Junior School
Vimla Convent and Hindi Junior School

In Simcha spirit, a day filled with laughter and excitement unfolded as 3 different groups; Hindi Junior School with over 200 enthusiastic students, Vimla Convent with over 135 children also followed by the lively Kitty Group of 45 led by the dynamic Ranjeeta Saluja Mam, the stage was set for an unforgettable day of fun and frolic.

The Adventure Unleashed:

The entire gathering immersed themselves in various thrilling activities that catered to every age group. From the daring Bull Ride to the delightful Panda Ride, Simcha grounds echoed with the sounds of joy and excitement. The carefully curated list of activities ensured that there was something for everyone.

Activities included:
Bull Ride
Circle Cycle
Dragon Coaster
Balloon Rifle Shooting
Giant Swing
High Rope Course
Rocket Ejector
Panda Ride
Peddle Cart

Kitty Group:
The Kitty Group, led by Ranjeeta Saluja Mam, enjoyed spinning into a world of nostalgia. The Kitty Group indulged in exhilarating activities like Circle Cycle, Carousel, Zorb Football, Cycling, Panda Ride, and Peddle Kart creating memories of laughter and friendly competition.

As the sun set on a day filled with laughter, shared experiences, and the thrill of adventure, this collaborative celebration in Simcha not only fostered a sense of unity among the participants but also showcased the spirit of joy, playfulness, and shared participation that defines the essence of such gatherings.

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