Monday, December 17, 2012

Carols by candlelight in Lae

From MALUM NALU in Lae.

The second Digicel-sponsored Carols By Candlelight, part of the Ahi Festival,  attracted several hundred people to the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium on Saturday night.
The crowd was entertained by popular Lae-based and PNG singers.
It ended with Digicel giving sweets and gifts  to hundreds of children.
 Children at the carols by candlelight in Lae on Saturday night.-Pictures by MALUM NALU

This is the second time for the event to be held after the first Ahi Festival in 2010.
Dancers from Wagang village
“The event was good and it worked out very well,” said event organiser and Riback Stevedores operations manager George Gware.
Digicel dancers
“The difference was the gifts they gave out to kids.
Children rushing for sweets and toys
“We’re looking to make it bigger and better in 2014 for the third Ahi Festival.
Santa dishing out sweets and toys
“I’m very proud because a lot of times, people talk only about the bad things of Lae.
“I hope that if the Lae community can enforce this, there will also be other good things in Lae.
Thumbs up from Santa!

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