Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

FEAST OF FRATERNITY IN SULTANBEYLI


The International Blue Crescent Foundation organized a fraternity festival in Sultanbeyli, one of the most densely populated areas. The festival was earlier for children. In the festival the dance show and the puppet show took place. The festival is funded by Penny Appeal.

During the festival, a craft and hand-printing workshop, a mural workshop and face painting workshops were held. The tree was created with the children and they sang songs.

At the information desk in the festival area, families received information about the projects of the Blue Crescent Foundation. The children received cotton candy and popcorn. And the children have built up the wish tree. Special hats and bracelets have been prepared for the festival day.



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