SEDA were privileged to welcome a group of volunteers from St Paul's Milagiriya last month. Fifteen volunteers spent the day helping the SEDA trainees with their craft skills, especially with fabric paintings and making jewellery. They worked throughout the day helping with new designs for items which the trainees are preparing for their Christmas sale at the local shopping mall on 21st December.
Over the past month SEDA trainees have been invited to perform at a number of community events. As the trainees really do love to dance its something they embrace with much excitement.
Performing at the launch of the 'End Child Poverty' Knowledge Centre in October the performers dressed in traditional costumes and performed a group dance based on harvesting the crops. Learning the routine in just one day they all graced the stage with poise and confidence and put on a flawless performance.
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