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VOW Band at Tata Steel 25K Run, 2018

The purpose of running a Marathon is not just crossing the finishing line…………… it also displays the enduring ability, mental strength, character and also attitude of a runner towards others.

Quite a few runners use this platform to show their support for a noble cause. Some others explore this opportunity to spread awareness. All these aspects are extremely important and collectively they work towards making this world a better place to live.

From ‘Voice of World’ we thank the runners who specifically ran the Tata Steel Kolkata 25K Run on 16th Dec’18 just for supporting the underprivileged differently-abled children of ‘Voice of World’. Sunmbul, Shalu, Shreya, Anagh, Neo, Rizwan, Devashis, Hiya & Sanjay were the runners who ran for the cause. However there were also a group of runners who actually were instrumental behind the association between ‘Voice of World’, TSK25K Run & the Runners and they are…. Susmita, Prithwish, Ashok and most members of Unirunners Group and we do express our gratitude for their efforts.

The Underprivileged Visually Challenged students of ‘Voice of World’ did make best use of the opportunity by playing the Military Band in the Tata Steel Kolkata 25K Run held in Kolkata on 16th December, 2018 and it created a lot of awareness.

They played a lot of rhythmic beats all along the track circuit which drew a lot of attention amongst the runners and the spectators.

They also showed the world that disabilities are not good enough to prevent talent or merit to prevail over.

The dignitaries present in the Grandstand also applauded the musical efforts of the Military Band played by the underprivileged students of ‘Voice of World’.

Hope that the applauds actually translates into support……….

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