01.05.2015 Worker's Day celebration 2015 - Madurai

 It was reeeaaally awesome as it used to be.So the evening started with our awardees coming one by one for the function. Had small talks with the volunteers and then we started the event by 5.30 pm. The specialties are endless in this event we would say. The KnH home boys helped us in setting up the stage and other arrangements quickly. In all events with CSI Pasumalai school we get energy from these kids. The special highlight will be the chief guest Mr. Ramanan, Auditor. He was from a less economic family then which turned to be the highly rich(in character and education) now. He is not only a Auditor, He is a good writer and a poet. Mrs. Ahalya, Managing trustee started with a casual talk about Zeal2heal,Worker’s Day Awards, Appreciating the workers and chief guest introduction. Followed by that Mr.Ramanan spoke about his life, appreciating one’s work and being positive in every situation. Then came the most awaited moment-Award distribution,A title –“Siratha Thozhilalar -2015” and Rs.1000 cash award. Each worker was asked to introduce himself/herself to which Mr.Ramanan added how each work is valued eg. When a watchman came and gave his introduction, Mr.Ramanan spoke about how much patience and alertness is required to be a watchman and also explained that a watch man is called so because his job is just to watch and nothing else as he is not given power to decide on the action to be taken. This made the workers feel great about the work they are doing. Finally Mr. Natarajan, guest visitor spoke about how planning is important to move ahead in life. He shared that three things help a person to be successful 1.Hard work,2.Efficiency and 3.Planning.He said all the workers have the first two but they under estimate themselves and do not plan. Finally the kids performed dance and stunt for the awardees.
So the event came to a refreshing and meaningful end with all the 12 awardees feeling really happy about their work and the appreciation their hard work had fetched them.So that’s what our team wanted.