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first_imgThe finals of the Children’s National Mashramani Competition continued on Friday at the National Cultural Centre as part of the Education Ministry’s Mashramani celebrations for 2018. Proceedings were carried on under the theme “Let’s Cooperate and Celebrate Republic 48”.Students from every region in Guyana were required to perform a talent piece in the categories Calypso and Dramatic Poetry. In the morning, children of ages five to 10 preformed their talent pieces, and in the afternoon, students aged 11 to 17 took to the stage. The winners of the Calypso piece for ages five to seven were Mainstay Lake Primary School of Region Two. Their piece was titled “Education Fuh We”.In the Dramatic Poetry category, grasping first place were the New Diamond Grove Primary of Region Four. Their performance was titled “Oil in Guyana is We Own.”Meanwhile, in the afternoon, the older students performed their poetry and calypso pieces, mostly in theme with the current affairs of Guyana. Some of the topics highlighted and demonstrated were the country’s 48th republic anniversary, the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy, the increasing crime rate, the oil industry, child abuse, and domestic violence.One of the competitors related that the calypso competition will bring about the rise of calypso singers in Guyana, as it is a part of our heritage.The event saw spectators of all ages, who went to support their favourite performances. The audience was filled with laugher as the students entertained them with their amusing pieces.The national competition will conclude on Saturday with the costume parade, travelling from Parade Ground all the way to the National Park.last_img read more